Research & Analysis

10th January 2016

The net income effects of two Citizen’s Income schemes

This article evaluates the net income effects of two Citizen’s Income schemes for an individual earning the National Minimum Wage Since 2007 we have published in our introductory booklet a Read More

14th October 2015

Two feasible ways to implement a revenue neutral Citizen’s Income scheme

by Malcolm Torry This article was first published as a EUROMOD working paper by the Institute for Social and Economic Research at the University of Essex. It builds on a Read More

15th June 2015

How close is the new state Single Tier Pension (STP) to a Citizen’s Pension?

The new Single Tier Pension (STP) combines the basic state pension (BSP) and state second pension (S2P) to create a new flat rate pension for individuals reaching state pension age Read More

20th March 2015

Research note: A feasible way to implement a Citizen’s Income

Introduction A Citizen’s Income is an unconditional, nonwithdrawable income for every individual as a right of citizenship. If a Citizen’s Income were to be implemented in the UK, then there Read More

1st March 2015

Could a Citizen’s Income work?

Click here to read Donald Hirsch, Can a Citizen’s Income work Donald Hirsch’s paper, written for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, identifies what would be the main implications of introducing a Read More

27th February 2015

On the Benefits and Justice of an Unconditional Basic Income

Click here to read Amy Downes, dissertation. Amy Downes writes: In this paper, I will assess and argue for the introduction of an UBI, laying the basis for this from the Read More

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