Elizabeth Rhodes

Elizabeth Rhodes is the research director for the Basic Income Project at Y Combinator Research. Elizabeth recently completed a joint PhD in social work and political science at the University of Michigan, where her research focused on health and education provision in informal settlements in Nairobi, workforce development, and antipoverty strategies. Elizabeth also holds an MSW from Michigan and a BA in government and economics from Georgetown.


Is it time for a universal basic income?

October 10, 2016

Natalie Foster of the Aspen Institute hosts a conversation with Andy Stern, author of Raising the Floor, and Elizabeth Rhodes, who is heading up Y Combinator’s new universal basic income experiments.