The EUROMOD newsletter features three research papers on Citizen’s Basic Income

The November 2017 edition of the EUROMOD Newsletter, published by the Institute for Social and Economic Research at the University of Essex, features three research papers that use the microsimulation programme EUROMOD.

A basic income is remarkable insofar as it is a policy option that is proposed – in an increasing number of regional and country settings – as the solution to a range of problems presented by contemporary tax-transfer systems. Two recent EUROMOD working papers and an OECD Policy Brief have each simulated scenarios in EUROMOD that include, in one form or another, a basic income reform. We describe these analyses briefly below and point the reader to the papers; it is unlikely that these analyses will be the last to look at this topic using EUROMOD! …

To read the Newsletter article, click here and go to page 4.