Research & Analysis

15th October 2017

Half of UK adults would support universal basic income in principle

– but support drops if it means benefits are cut or taxes rise Nearly half of all adults aged 18-75 in the UK (49%) would support the UK Government introducing Read More

21st September 2017

A history of the welfare state – and now we need a Citizen’s Basic Income

Chris Renwick has written a ‘long read’ for The Guardian: ‘Why we need the welfare state’. The article relates the history of the welfare state and recognises that we now need Read More

16th September 2017

An International Handbook on Basic Income

Palgrave Macmillan is planning to publish An International Handbook on Basic Income, and a call for authors for the book’s chapters has been issued. Click here to read the document.

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

8th August 2017

New research on the influence of means-testing on family structure

The Journal of Social Policy has published research that shows that ‘aspects of welfare that remove or reduce a mother’s access to an independent income and require one partner in Read More

7th July 2017

European opinion survey

A recent opinion poll conducted in six European countries has shown that both understanding and approval of Citizen’s Basic Income are increasing rapidly, with 63 per cent of polled individuals Read More

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