Opinion

14th September 2017

Helicopter Money

Helicopter money and a basic income How the Bank of England might create new money to pay into the economy as a Basic Income In televised debates during the recent Read More

11th September 2017

Dan Nidess writes in The Wall Street Journal: UBI a calamity

Dan Nidess has written an article in The Wall Street Journal, ‘Why a Universal Basic Income would be a calamity’: (£) Leading voices in the tech industry — from Mark Read More

11th September 2017

A Giles Fraser article in The Guardian about Citizen’s Basic Income

Giles Fraser has written an article in The Guardian, ‘Why the rise of the robots could allow humans to flourish again’. Optimists argue that new jobs will be created, just Read More

7th July 2017

Consensus?

Two recent conferences – the annual Foundation for International Social Security Studies conference in Sigtuna, Sweden, and a sociology of law workshop at Oñati, Spain – shared a significant characteristic. Read More

4th July 2017

Unequal Recognition: Othering ‘the poor’

A lecture given at the Challenging Inequalities Conference at the London School of Economics International Inequalities Institute on the 14th June 2017 Unequal recognition through the othering of people in Read More

26th June 2017

An increasingly lively debate: Responses to an article in The Guardian

An article written by Ellie Mae O’Hagan and published by The Guardian on the 23rd June offers a good opportunity to respond to a number of trends in the increasingly Read More

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