Research & Analysis

6th July 2017

Two working papers from the Institute for Social and Economic Research

The Institute for Social and Economic Research at the University of Essex has published two working papers: Reducing poverty and inequality through tax-benefit reform and the minimum wage: the UK Read More

4th July 2017

Unequal Recognition: Othering ‘the poor’

A lecture given at the Challenging Inequalities Conference at the London School of Economics International Inequalities Institute on the 14th June 2017 Unequal recognition through the othering of people in Read More

30th May 2017

Paul Spicker’s suggestion of a convertible tax allowance

Paul Spicker has written an article suggesting a convertible personal tax allowance. To read the article, click here. This is a partly-baked idea, based on reform of the Personal Tax Read More

2nd May 2017

New Royal Society of Arts podcast, and a report from the Work and Pensions Committee

To hear a discussion between Anthony Painter, John Thornhill, Jon Cruddas MP, and Dr Louise Haagh, click here. The report from the Parliamentary Work and Pensions Committee enquiry mentioned during the Read More

10th April 2017

A new article about Citizen’s Income in ‘Social Europe’

To see the most recent article about Citizen’s Income in Social Europe, click here.

30th March 2017

A local Citizen’s Basic Income that can only be spent on local produce?

A European Commission research project has published A Proposal for Voluntary Degrowth by Redesigning Money for Sustainability, Justice, and Resilience. The report proposes a local Citizen’s Basic Income that can Read More

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