References for Theme: Universal Basic Income
- Aronowitz, Stanley; Jonathan, Cutler
Post-work: The Wages of Cybernation
Includes bibliographical references and index
- Atkinson, A B
- Birnbaum, Simon; De Wispelaere, Jurgen
- Block, Fred
- Casassas, David; De Wispelaere, Jurgen
- Cholbi, Michael
- Dinerstein, Ana Cecilia; Pitts, Frederick Harry
"From post-work to post-capitalism? Discussing the basic income and struggles for alternative forms of social reproduction"
"Basic Income in One Country"
- Flanigan, Jessica
- Forget, Evelyn L
- Gheaus, Anca
- Gourevitch, Alex
- Hohenleitner, Ingrid; Straubhaar, Thomas
"Bedingungsloses Grundeinkommen und Solidarisches Bürgergeld - mehr als sozialutopische Konzepte"
- Jubb, Robert
- Lombardozzi, Lorena
- Lombardozzi, Lorena; Pitts, Frederick Harry
"Social form, social reproduction and social policy: Basic income, basic services, basic infrastructure"
- Panitch, Vida
- Pettit, Philip
"A Republican Right to a Basic Income?"
“A universal right would mean that those who rely on the basic income – distinct from the independently wealthy – will not have to assert their right on the grounds of being a class apart: people who depend on others’ goodwill and are easier targets of control and domination. And a universal right symbolizes the fundamental equality of all in relation to the collective provisions of government; only some will depend on the basic income that all receive, but all can see that the income is there to depend on, should they themselves fall on hard times.” pp. 5-6
- Raventós, Daniel
- Schmode, Frauke
- Smith, Nicholas H
- Standing, Guy
- Standing, Guy; Samson, Michael
- Tcherneva, Pavlina R
"The job guarantee: delivering the benefits that basic income only promises–a response to Guy Standing"
The Case for a Job Guarantee
- Tcherneva, Pavlina R; Wray, L Randall
- Tosi, Justin
- Van Parijs, Philippe
"Competing Justifications of Basic Income"
Real Freedom for All
(p.126) basic income is an income one is allowed to keep when earning additional income from waged labour or self employment. Hence, the higher the level of one's unconditional income, the higher not only one's consumption power, but also one's ability to get access to jobs with desirable non-pecuniary features. For the higher the grant, the easier it is to create one's own job by becoming self-employed, to work part-time or to accept a lower wage in order to get a job that has a non-pecuniary feature (including training opportunities that improve future pecuniary prospects) to which one attaches particular importance. The...
Real Freedom for All: What (if Anything) Can Justify Capitalism?
What's wrong with a free lunch?
"Basic Income: A Simple and Powerful Idea for the Twenty-First Century"
- Veltman, Andrea
- Weeks, Kathi
- Widerquist, K
- Wilson, Shaun
The Struggle Over Work: The 'End of Work' and Employment Alternatives in Post-Industrial Societies
- Zwolinski, Matt
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