14th December 2017

The Institute for Chartered Accountants returns to a discussion of Citizen’s Basic Income

The Institute for Chartered Accountants of England and Wales has published an article entitled Is business doing enough to reduce inequality? … With the increase in technology and AI, social Read More

13th December 2017

Uber, watermen, employment market change, and Citizen’s Basic Income

A BBC Radio 4 The Long View programme discusses changes in the employment market and the role that a Citizen’s Basic Income might play in providing income security during the Read More

13th December 2017

Reducing poverty and inequality through tax-benefit reform

A slightly revised version of an Institute for Social and Economic Research working paper on tax and benefit reform options in the UK has now been published in the Journal of Economic Read More

11th December 2017

A debate about the feasibility of Citizen’s Basic Income

On the 23rd November, Social Europe published an article by Bo Rothstein entitled ‘UBI: A bad idea for the welfare state‘: First, such a reform would be unsustainably expensive and Read More

6th December 2017

December 2017 update: Just for once, a fourth edition of the Newsletter …

The December 2017 monthly update advertises a book launch, carries information about a new opinion survey, and provides links to the fourth edition of the Citizen’s Income Newsletter for 2017. Read More

6th December 2017

A report on Citizen’s Basic Income from Reform Scotland

Reform Scotland, a Scottish think tank, has published a report on Citizen’s Basic Income. A briefing about the report can be read here and the full report can be found here.   Read More

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