Research & Analysis

20th December 2017

The ideal meets the practical

Towards an unconditional Citizen’s Basic Income At a time when the idea of Citizen’s Basic Income is gaining traction, discussion and debate continues to break down when the idea meets Read More

13th December 2017

Reducing poverty and inequality through tax-benefit reform

A slightly revised version of an Institute for Social and Economic Research working paper on tax and benefit reform options in the UK has now been published in the Journal of Economic Read More

11th December 2017

A debate about the feasibility of Citizen’s Basic Income

On the 23rd November, Social Europe published an article by Bo Rothstein entitled ‘UBI: A bad idea for the welfare state‘: First, such a reform would be unsustainably expensive and Read More

6th December 2017

A report on Citizen’s Basic Income from Reform Scotland

Reform Scotland, a Scottish think tank, has published a report on Citizen’s Basic Income. A briefing about the report can be read here and the full report can be found here.   Read More

6th December 2017

To What Extent Would a Switch to a Universal Basic Income System Provide Solutions to Inequality in the UK

Congratulations to Luke Chilton on gaining a distinction at SOAS, University of London, both for his dissertation, To What Extent Would a Switch to a Universal Basic Income System Provide Solutions Read More

5th December 2017

Citizen’s Basic Income and Housing

A report from a Citizen’s Basic Income Trust working group Introduction Decent homes are essential, and are as integral to welfare as education, healthcare, and income. [1] Equally essential are Read More

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