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Basic Income Studies

Basic Income Studies
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UC San Diego Home Page Spain/Latin America Live video chat by Ustream Más allá de las divisiones sociales, las corporaciones, las escuelas de pensamiento, nosotros, firmantes del presente llamamiento, queremos contribuir a provocar desde ahora una transformación realista y constructiva de la sociedad: la de una renta básica universal e incondicional. La renta básica es un ingreso pagado por el Estado, como derecho de ciudadanía, a cada miembro de pleno derecho o residente de la sociedad, independientemente de cuáles puedan ser las otras posibles fuentes de renta, y sin importar con quien conviva. Desde hace tiempo, numerosas personalidades de todos los horizontes políticos, de todas las confesiones y de todas las nacionalidades están apoyando esta idea, que se conoce bajo apelaciones diversas: subsidio universal, ingreso de existencia, renta ciudadana, renta universal, ingreso social garantizado, dividendo universal, ingreso de base, etc. (cf. Wikipedia ) cuvelier, Mantes-la-jolie, france, Nationalité française, Oui, comédien </b>*}

Basic Income Japanese Network (BIJN) Information: BIJN Establishment Conference and Ceremony March 26-27th, 2010 Doshisha University Tentative Programme of 26th-27th BIJN internatilnal congress International Academic Symposium in Celebration of the Establishment of BIJN “Globalization and the New Form of Labor: The Movement of the World around Basic Income” Session 1 Andrea Fumagalli "Bio-capitalism, cognitive labour and precariat movement in Europe" When: March 26 (Fri) 15:30 - 17:20 Where: Kambaikan Party Hall, Doshisha University Imadegawa Campus Session 2 Guy Standing “Labour after Globalization” When: March 27 (Sat) 10:00 - 12:00 Where: Rinkokan 2F, Doshisha University Imadegawa Campus The Founding Night of BIJN When: March 26 (Fri) 18:00 - 20:30 Where: Kambaikan B1F Conference Room A, Doshisha University Imadegawa Campus Basic Income Japanese Network Founding Conference “Will Basic Income Connect/Change?” History: Provisional Purposes: The first goals of this network are as follows: Mail to : tyamamr (at) mail.doshisha.ac.jp

Academic Literature Archives | BIEN Jurgen De Wispelaere, “The Struggle for Strategy: On the Politics of the Basic Income Proposal” ABSTRACT: Policy interest in the basic income (BI) proposal is booming, but remarkably little attention is spent on systematically examining political strategies to build robust enabling coalitions in favour of BI. This paper reviews two thorny problems that affect the coalition-building efforts of BI advocates. » Read more Attanasio, Orazio P., Veruska Oppedisano, and Marcos Vera-Hernández, “Should Cash Transfers Be Conditional? We study a Conditional Cash Transfer program in which the cash transfers to the mother only depend on the fulfilment of the national preventive visit schedule by her children born before she registered in the program. » Read more Christopher J. In order to prevent a sudden and catastrophic collapse of the capitalist system, a Universal Basic Income (UBI) will be required to stabilize a transitional hybrid economy as it moves towards a Commons. » Read more » Read more

Philippe Van Parijs Philippe Van Parijs (French: [filip vɑ̃ paʁɛjs]; born 23 May 1951, Brussels) is a Belgian philosopher and political economist, mainly known as a proponent and main defender of the basic income concept and for the first systematic treatment of linguistic justice.[1] Education[edit] Philippe Van Parijs studied philosophy, law, political economy, sociology and linguistics at the Université Saint-Louis (Brussels), at the Université catholique de Louvain (UCL) in Louvain-La-Neuve, at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (KU Leuven) in Leuven, Oxford, Bielefeld and California (Berkeley). Career[edit] He is professor at the Faculty of economic, social and political sciences of the Université catholique de Louvain (UCL), where he directs the Hoover Chair of economic and social ethics since its creation in 1991. He is one of the founders of the Basic Income European Network (BIEN), which became in 2004 the Basic Income Earth Network, and he chairs its International Board. Bibliography[edit]

Welcome to UC Davis Veille internationale Appel pour le revenu de vie “Il n’est rien au monde d’aussi puissant qu’une idée dont l’heure est venue.” Victor Hugo Aller au contenu Signer l’appel Actualités Qui sommes-nous? Les signataires Veille documentaire Veille internationale Simulations L’objet de cette page est à la fois de propager et de mesurer la progression de l’idée du revenu de vie à l’échelle internationale. [ Lien direct ] Basic Income (en), Grundeinkommen (de), Renta Basica (es), Revenu de vie (fr) On en parle tout le temps! sur Twitter jcfrog “ @clhomme : Le RSA ne décourage pas les jeunes de travailler, selon l'Insee mobile.lemonde.fr/economie/artic… ” +1 argumentaire #revenudevie Join the conversation Français English (Anglais) Deutsch (Allemand) Español (Espagnol) Ελληνικα (Grec moderne) Total Petition Signatures Appel pour le revenu de vie: 4879 Dernières actualités Participer au plan d’action pour l’Initiative Citoyenne Européenne en faveur du revenu de base Lettre d’Information N°7 Barcamp sur le revenu de vie – dimanche 25 mars Meta

Basic Income A Basic Income is a monetary sum allocated unconditionally to citizens of a government. Guaranteed Minimum Income requires more than citizenship as it is provisional and may require a means test or contribution to community service. Basic Income can be compatible with Peer-to-Peer philosophy by providing a sense of economic equality that suites the voluntary nature of peer networks. A secured standard of living can help develop even richer economic foundations for existing and as yet developed peer networks. Material below may relate loosely with the two political economic conceptions of Basic Income and Guaranteed Minimum Income, including the many shades thereof. See also: Basic Income Guarantee Allan Sheahen: Citizen's Dividend "Citizen's dividend or citizen's income is a proposed state policy based upon the principle that the natural world is the common property of all persons (see Georgism). Negative Income Tax Asset-Based Egalitarianism

(2005) Redesigning Distribution: Basic Income and Stakeholder Grants as Cornerstones for an Egalitarian Capitalism. Bruce A. Ackerman and Erik Olin Wright. Flip to back Flip to front Listen Playing... Paused You're listening to a sample of the Audible audio edition. Learn more See this image Want it tomorrow, 16 Apr.? <div> Are there ways that contemporary capitalism can be rendered a dramatically more egalitarian economic system without destroying its productivity and capacity for growth? £17.99 FREE Delivery in the UK. Frequently Bought Together No Kindle device required. Apple Android Windows Phone To get the free app, enter your e-mail address or mobile phone number. or What Other Items Do Customers Buy After Viewing This Item? Look for similar items by category

Basic income guarantee An unconditional basic income (also called basic income, basic income guarantee, universal basic income, universal demogrant,[1] or citizen’s income) is a proposed system[2] of social security in which all citizens or residents of a country regularly receive an unconditional sum of money, either from a government or some other public institution, in addition to any income received from elsewhere. A basic income is typically intended to be only enough for a person to survive on, so as to encourage people to engage in economic activity. A basic income of any amount less than the social minimum is sometimes referred to as a 'partial basic income'. On the other hand, it should be high enough so as to facilitate any socially useful activity someone could not afford to engage in if dependent on working for money to earn a living. Basic income systems financed on returns to publicly owned enterprises are major components in many proposals for market socialism. Properties[edit] Costs[edit]

University of California Coordinates: The University of California (UC) is a public university system in the U.S. state of California. Under the California Master Plan for Higher Education, the University of California is a part of the state's three-tier public higher education system, which also includes the California State University system and the California Community Colleges System. As of fall 2011, the University of California has 10 campuses, a combined student body of 234,464 students, 18,896 faculty members, 189,116 staff members, and over 1,600,000 living alumni.[2] Its first campus, UC Berkeley, was founded in 1868, while its tenth and newest campus, UC Merced, opened for classes in fall 2005. History[edit] UC Office of the President in Oakland In 1849, the state of California ratified its first constitution, which contained the express objective of creating a complete educational system including a state university. Academics[edit] UC Libraries[edit] Governance[edit] Criticism and controversies[edit]

Le blogue de Josef Zisyadis » Pour une allocation universelle su La Confédération institue une allocation universelle ou un revenu suffisant d’existence versé inconditionnellement, c’est à dire sans justification de ressources, à tout individu, de sa naissance à sa mort, du seul fait qu’il existe. Pour l’instant ce n’est qu’une proposition au Parlement . Et ci cela devenait un jour une réalité ? L’allocation universelle désigne le versement d’un revenu unique à tous les citoyens d’un pays, quels que soient leurs revenus, leur patrimoine, et leur statut professionnel: ce revenu permettrait à chaque individu de satisfaire ses besoins primaires (se nourrir, se loger, se vêtir, voire acquérir certains biens culturels de base), et laisserait l’individu libre de mener ensuite sa vie comme il l’entend. Pour l’individu, ce revenu de base alloué à chacun parce qu’il existe, calculé à partir de la richesse produite par le pays, cumulable avec les autres revenus d’activité, viendra se substituer aux revenus de transferts existants.

Dominique de Villepin: “Ich schlage die Schaffung eines Bürgereinkommens vor.” Dominique de Villepin, französischer Ex-Premierminister auf dem Ticket des konservativen Parteibündnisses Union pour un mouvement populaire und jetzt Präsident der von ihm im Juni 2010 neu gegründeten Partei République Solidaire, veröffentlichte in der französischen linksliberalen Tageszeitung Libération vom 1. März 2011 einen Vorschlag für ein Bürgereinkommen unterbreitet (der Artikel als pdf-Dokument auch hier und hier). Villepin begründet den Vorschlag so: „Jahrhundertelang hat die Menschheit kein anderes Ziel gehabt, als das eigene Überleben zu sichern. In einem Interview sagt Villepin zu seinem Vorschlag: „Ich schlage die Einführung eines Bürgereinkommens vor für alle Menschen, die in finanziellen Schwierigkeiten bzw. unter der Armutsschwelle leben. Beide Aussagen zu dem neuen Transfersystem „Bürgereinkommen“ lassen nicht eindeutig auf einen Grundeinkommensvorschlag schließen, da einmal von einem Transfer für alle, ein andermal von einem Transfer für Arme gesprochen wird.

(2005) What's Wrong with a Free Lunch? Philippe Van Parijs Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Buy New FREE Delivery in the UK. Only 6 left in stock (more on the way). Dispatched from and sold by Amazon. Quantity:1 What's Wrong with a Free ... has been added to your Basket Add to Basket Turn on 1-Click ordering for this browser Buy Used Add to Wish List Trade in your item Get a £0.34Gift Card. Trade in Learn More Have one to sell? Sell on Amazon Flip to back Flip to front Listen Playing... See this image What's Wrong with a Free Lunch? by Philippe Van Parijs (Author) Be the first to review this item See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions Paperback £15.50 16 Used from £1.74 19 New from £7.98 Want it tomorrow, 16 Apr.? <div> Our politicians insist that we live in a time of unprecedented prosperity, yet more and more Americans are pointing out that the richest 1% of our society holds more wealth than the bottom 90% put together. Read more Special Offers and Product Promotions Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought Page 1 of 1 Back Next

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