Other person: but the word hazard means dangerous, therefore it is bad.
Me: No, the changed incentive structure would be beneficial, as the hazard in this case is very unlikely
Just to clear things up, there are a variety of ways in a free society to provide a social safety net, including mutual aid and private charity (as opposed to government charity).
Is it your opinion or is it a fact that welfare does not encourage more people on net to drop out of the labor force?
In many cases if you are not disabled, or have a child, you must work to receive welfare. This is where companies become subsidized to hire these people.
Private charity is not a reliable way to provide a safety net. The poor shouldn’t be subject to the whims of the fortunate.
Welfare may have a slight encouragement effect, but only those who have very few opportunities would take this choice. However, welfare does help people who are disabled, or who can’t work for various reasons.
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