Can Less Work be More Fair? A discussion paper on Universal Basic Income and shorter working week – The Green Institute

SUMMARY Does a world with more insecure work need to be a world of greater instability and fear? Couldn’t it, instead, be an opportunity to build a fairer, greener society? That’s the fundamental question we ask, and try to answer, in an exciting new paper we’re publishing today – Can Less Work be More Fair? … [Read More] Can Less Work be More Fair? A discussion paper on Universal Basic Income and shorter working week – The Green Institute

A ‘simple policy’ to make a universal basic income a reality – World Economic Forum

Extract from an article by Yanis Varoufakis, Finance Minister, Greece The right to laziness has traditionally been only for the propertied rich, whereas the poor have had to struggle for decent wages and working conditions, unemployment and disability insurance, universal health care, and other accoutrements of a dignified life. The idea that the poor should be granted … [Read More] A ‘simple policy’ to make a universal basic income a reality – World Economic Forum

Selection of articles: Impacts of Economic Growth on Basic Income

Impacts of Economic Growth on Basic Income – A selection of articles from a variety of sources Average city size and economic growth / SA Frick, A Rodríguez-Pose – Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 2016 — … The coefficients are similar between the fixed effects and system GMM, but lower in the 2SLS … In order to understand … [Read More] Selection of articles: Impacts of Economic Growth on Basic Income

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