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It's Basic Income: The global debate

Author: Downes, Amy
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 176
Pub Date: 01/03/2018
Publisher: POLICY PRESS
ISBN: 9781447343905
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Quick overview Experts, well known figures and key thinkers from across the world explore the concept of a Universal Basic Income. Including international case studies, this engaging book provides an indispensable guide to an innovative policy idea, and contributes to wider conversations about the future of work and the role of welfare in the 21st Century.
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Is a Universal Basic Income the answer to an increasingly precarious job landscape? Could it bring greater financial freedom for women, tackle the issue of unpaid but essential work, cut poverty and promote greater choice? Or is it a dead-end utopian ideal that distracts from more practical and cost-effective solutions? Contributors from musician Brian Eno, think tank Demos Helsinki, innovators such as California's Y Combinator Research and prominent academics such as Peter Beresford OBE offer a variety of perspectives from across the globe on the politics and feasibility of basic income. Sharing research and insights from a variety of nations - including India, Finland, Uganda, Brazil and Canada - the collection provides a comprehensive guide to the impact this innovative idea could have on work, welfare and inequality in the 21st century.

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