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Policy issues concerning Basic Income

Citizen's Income - feasible?

This paper examines the feasibility of a citizen’s income.  It was first presented at a policy conference 'Basic Income - Radical Utopia or practical Solution?’ and published in the accompanying book.  Also available to download is the presentation and a cartoonist’s interpretation of the paper.

Basic Income - Radical Utopia?

This paper explores whether basic income is a radical utopia or a practical solution and on policy in practice.  It was first presented at a policy conference 'Basic Income - Radical Utopia or practical Solution?’ and published in the accompanying book.  Also available to download is the presentation and a cartoonist’s interpretation of the paper.

Finnish Basic Income Experiment

This paper examines the basic income pilot in Finland.  It was first presented at a policy conference 'Basic Income - Radical Utopia or practical Solution?’ and published in the accompanying book.  Also available to download is the presentation and a cartoonist’s interpretation of the paper.

Netherlands - Basic Income

This paper details basic income related experiments in the Netherlands.  It was first presented at a policy conference 'Basic Income - Radical Utopia or practical Solution?’ and published in the accompanying book.  Also available to download is the presentation and a cartoonist’s interpretation of the paper.

Basic Income a transformative strategy

This paper explores a partial basic income as part of a suite of transformative strategies.  It was first presented at a policy conference 'Basic Income - Radical Utopia or practical Solution?’ and published in the accompanying book.  Also available to download is the presentation and a cartoonist’s interpretation of the paper.

This paper explores pathways to a basic income system.  It was first presented at a policy conference 'Basic Income - Radical Utopia or practical Solution?’ and published in the accompanying book.  Also available to download is the presentation and a cartoonist’s interpretation of the paper.

Ronan Lyons presents his paper ‘A Right to Housing? The case for a Universal Housing Subsidy’ at the Social Policy Conference 2016. 

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Michelle Murphy presents her paper ‘Pathways to a Basic Income System’ at the Social Policy Conference 2016. 

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Seán Healy and Brigid Reynolds present their paper ‘Basic Income: Radical utopia or Practical Solution?’ at the Social Policy Conference 2016.  

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Ville-Veikko Pulkka presents his paper ‘The Finnish Basic Income Experiment’ at the Social Policy Conference 2016.  

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