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Emerson Sprick

Senior Economic Analyst

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Emerson Sprick is the Senior Economic Analyst for BPC’s Economic Policy Program, where he leads the team’s work on retirement and financial security. Previously, he spent three years at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce supporting the fundraising and development efforts of the president and CEO. Sprick holds a B.S. in economics from the University of Missouri and an M.A. in economics from Georgetown University.

Am I wrong, or is this...very much not unconditional? That makes the interpretation here very, very different. Truly unconditional cash transfers have not been show to negatively impact labor force participation (and often seem to increase it, mainly through entrepreneurship).