Research & Analysis

22nd March 2017

A new working paper from the Institute for Policy Research

The Institute for Policy Research has published a new working paper, The Fiscal and Distributional Implications of Alternative Universal Basic Income Schemes in the UK. Dr Luke Martinelli, IPR Research Read More

4th February 2017

The Guardian: an editorial, and letters in response

On the 2nd February The Guardian published an editorial, The Guardian view on Basic Income: A worthwhile debate, not yet a policy: … Theory is easier than practice. Set the basic Read More

12th January 2017

Daniel Raventós and Julie Wark write about trade unionist objections to Citizen’s Income

Daniel Raventós and Julie Wark have written a useful summary of arguments that trade unionists sometimes offer, along with some possible responses. This contribution to the Citizen’s Income debate can Read More

11th January 2017

Friedrich Ebert Stiftung report on the digital economy calls for research into Citizen’s Income

The Friedrich Ebert Stiftung foundation has published a report on the European digital economy. The project report can be found here, and the UK country report here. The UK country report concludes Read More

5th January 2017

Behavioural Effects of a Citizen’s Income on wages, job security and labour supply

[Note: If the tables appear too small on your computer screen, go to tools/zoom/200% ] Abstract. What would be the effect of a citizen’s income (CI), aka basic income or Read More

4th January 2017

Citizen’s Basic Income: A brief introduction

A new introductory booklet is now available: Citizen’s Basic Income: A brief introduction, 2017 Contents What is a Citizen’s Basic Income? How would it work? Six fundamental changes Four frequently asked Read More

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