Research & Analysis

13th February 2020

A new book on the social minimum contains discussions of Citizen’s Basic Income

Hart Publishing has published a new book, Specifying and Securing a Social Minimum in the Battle Against Poverty, edited by Toomas Kotkas, Ingrid Leijten and Frans Pennings The publisher says Read More

13th February 2020

New research on the simplicity claimed for Universal Credit

Kate Summers of the London School of Economics and David Young of the University of Bath have published new research in the Journal of Poverty and Social Justice. A key Read More

12th February 2020

An LSE symposium on the 29th January

The London School of Economics held a symposium on Priorities for Transforming Transfer Programmes on Wednesday 29 January 2020 Recent years have seen a growing debate around different approaches to Read More

21st January 2020

Daily reasons for Citizen’s Basic Income

The book 101 Reasons for a Citizen’s Income was published in 2015 by the Policy Press. In 2016 we published the reasons one at a time over a period of 101 Read More

14th January 2020

A workshop on the ethics of Basic Income at King’s College London

On Friday 24th April there will be a full day interdisciplinary workshop on the ethics of UBI in a changing economy at King’s College London. The workshop focuses on Universal Basic Read More

6th January 2020

Specifying and securing a social minimum

A new book,  Specifying and Securing a Social Minimum in the Battle against Poverty, edited by Toomas Kotkas, Ingrid Leijten and Frans Pennings, has been published by Hart Publishing. The Read More