Research & Analysis

20th July 2018

Daniel Sage challenges the centrality of paid employment

In a new blog post for British Politics and Policy at LSE, Daniel sage explains why we need to challenge the centrality of paid employment in our society, and how Read More

20th July 2018

Rethinking Poverty republishes a Chris Goulden blog post

Rethinking Poverty has republished a blog post by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation’s Chris Goulden: … [Universal Basic Income] is not affordable, unpalatable to most of the public because of its ‘money Read More

20th July 2018

Nathan Heller writes about Citizen’s Basic Income in the New Yorker

An article by Nathan Heller in the New Yorker, ‘Who really stands to win from Universal Basic Income?‘: … People generally have a visceral reaction to the idea of a universal basic Read More

20th July 2018

Conference announcement, An Intellectual History of Basic Income

Cambridge, 14th January 2019 The conference organisers say this about the event: The last ten years have witnessed a major revival of interest in the Universal Basic Income proposal. After Read More

14th June 2018

Illustrative draft legislation for a Citizen’s Basic Income

The Citizen’s Basic Income Trust occasionally sets up working groups to tackle particular pieces of work. A recent working group – containing a solicitor, a tax accountant, a student of Read More

4th June 2018

£10,000 for 25-year-olds

On the 2nd April 2018, the Institute for Public Policy Research published a report, Our Common Wealth, which recommends that a Citizens’ Wealth Fund should be established, which by 2030 Read More