Research & Analysis

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

5th December 2017

Would a Citizen’s Basic Income pilot project in the UK be possible?

  This article is based on a research project conducted by a French student, Lucas Delattre, during the summer of 2016, and updated in October 2017 Introduction A Citizen’s Basic Read More

3rd December 2017

LSE Beveridge 2.0 celebration opening event discusses Citizen’s Basic Income

To mark the 75th anniversary of the Beveridge Report, the London School of Economics is holding a series of events entitled ‘Beveridge 2.0’, culminating in the LSE Festival: a whole Read More

3rd December 2017

New ILO report discusses Citizen’s Basic Income

A new report from the International Labour Office discusses Citizen’s Basic Income as an option for the reform of social security: … is a renewed debate about a universal basic Read More

22nd November 2017

The IMF Fiscal Monitor’s discussion of Citizen’s Basic Income

The International Monetary Fund Fiscal Monitor for October 2017 contains a discussion of Citizen’s Basic Income (Universal Basic Income): In countries where both coverage and progressivity are relatively high, such Read More

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