Research & Analysis

29th October 2016

Institute for Policy Research seminar and blog posts

On the 11th October the Institute for Policy Research held a seminar: ‘Money for Everyone: The state of the Basic Income / Citizen’s Income debate’. Click here to read an Read More

14th October 2016

A Human Rights Income, by Peter Kobak

Peter Kobak has written a master’s degree dissertation at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poland: A Human Rights Income: How a Basic Income Could Help States Fulfil Human Rights Obligations Abstract: Read More

13th October 2016

A research seminar on the state of the Basic Income/Citizen’s Income debate

To see an account of a research seminar that took place at the Institute for Policy Research at the University of Bath on Tuesday 11th October 2016, click here

21st September 2016

Some typical household effects of a Citizen’s Income scheme

The research results that the Citizen’s Income generally publishes are of the aggregated variety – that is, they answer such questions as: How many households in lowest earnings decile would experience Read More

21st September 2016

Beveridge’s rival

Beveridge’s rival: Juliet Rhys-Williams and the campaign for tax-benefit integration, 1942-1955 Readers of the Citizen’s Income Trust newsletter are likely to be familiar with Lady Juliet Rhys-Williams (1898-1964), a pioneering Read More

19th September 2016

Members of Parliament debate Citizen’s Income

On Wednesday 14th September a Westminster Hall debate took place about a Universal Basic Income. To watch the debate, click here. (The UBI debate begins at 16.37)  The written record Read More

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