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Infographics on the distribution of wealth in America, highlighting both the inequality and the difference between our perception of inequality and the actua...
Money always helps, but for the very poor, one lump sum can last a long time.
«A certain $20 every month can help you budget and take care of regular expenses, while $480 all at once can give you enough capital to start a business or another big project.»
A world with basic income is one of less poverty and higher taxes, not utopia or collapse.
According to research, people believe they can overcome inequality — even in the most unequal places.
This morning I will be on a panel at Columbia University about Universal Basic Income (UBI) and the climate crisis as part of a conference on the Green New Deal. In my view UBI should be a central...
The plan is no gift to the masses, but a tool for our further enslavement
It has enthusiasts on both the left and the right. Maybe that’s the giveaway.
Truly useful jobs are disappearing. Should we get paid for doing nothing?
In the past few weeks, calls for a universal basic income have been louder than ever. Even the US is sending cheques to most citizens. And rightly so – the coronavirus pandemic requires radical…
It's like we live in a game of Monopoly but we're no longer collecting money for passing Go. A universal basic income would correct this, writes Scott Santens.
Daniel Straub remembers the night he got hooked on basic income. He had invited Götz Werner, a billionaire owner of a German drugstore chain, to give an independent talk in Zurich, where Straub was…
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