…ein Beitrag von Gery Petrova in den Basic Income News.
Siehe frühere Beiträge von uns zum Projekt Namibia hier.
…ein Hinweis auf den Basic Income News.
…My personal reflections after following it for 40 years“, eine Einschätzung von Karl Widerquist, der auf seine lange Beschäftigung mit dem Thema zurückschaut.
…schreibt Karl Widerquist auf den Basic Income News.
„An early version of a book, Alaska’s Permanent Fund Dividend: Examining its Suitability as a Model, is now available for free download on my personal website. A summary, from the first chapter of the book (2012), is reprinted below. If you want to cite or quote it, please see the published version:
…melden die Basic Income News.
„A Global March for Universal Basic Income is setup to happen on the 26th of October 2019. Currently, ten cities in four countries are organizing a march on that date:
United States: New York City, San Francisco, Chicago, Salt Lake City, Honolulu, Orlando
Marches will include speaking venues, in the case of New York featuring Scott Santens, Karl Widerquist, Andy Stern, among others.“
…die Rezension findet sich auf den Basic Income News.
…Hinweis auf einen Beitrag von Johanna Perkiö auf den Basic Income News.
…darüber berichtet ebenfalls Andre Coelho in den Basic Income News. Aus der Ankündigung auf der Verlags-Seite:
„Advocated (and attacked) by commentators across the political spectrum, paying every citizen a basic income regardless of their circumstances sounds utopian. However, as our economies are transformed and welfare states feel the strain, it has become a hotly debated issue.
In this compelling book, Louise Haagh, one of the world’s leading experts on basic income, argues that Universal Basic Income is essential to freedom, human development and democracy in the twenty-first century. She shows that, far from being a silver bullet that will transform or replace capitalism, or a sticking plaster that will extend it, it is a crucial element in a much broader task of constructing a democratic society that will promote social equality and humanist justice. She uses her unrivalled knowledge of the existing research to unearth key issues in design and implementation in a range of different contexts across the globe, highlighting the potential and pitfalls at a time of crisis in governing and public austerity.
This book will be essential reading for anyone who wants to get beyond the hype and properly understand one of the most important issues facing politics, economics and social policy today.“