Advantages of Basic Universal Income Student’s Name: Course Title: Institution: Date of Submission: Advantages of Basic Universal Income Reed H. & Lansley S. (2016). „Universal Basic Income: An Idea whose time has come?”. London Compass. This article focuses on the analysis of the desirability and feasibility of the idea of introducing a universal basic income scheme in the United Kingdom. The authors of this article are interested to examine the possible ways of implementing the scheme in a democratic sustainable and equitable manner. The article also provides a detailed analysis of the role of universal basic income in promoting a good society and the possible benefits of implementing this scheme. The authors of the article Howard Reed and Stewart Lansley have well versed mastery of the field considering the senior positions they hold in different institutions. Howard is the director of the economic research consultancy Landman Economics while Stewart is O. V. (2016). Unconditional Basic Income–Impact On The Economy. Annals-Economy Series 3 118-122. Koistinen P. (2016). Challenges of the basic income. In Annual Conference of the International Working Party on Labour Market Segmentation (No. 37a).Leventi C. Rastrigina O. & Sutherland H. (2016). The importance of income-tested benefits in good times and bad: lessons from EU countries (No. EM2/16). EUROMOD at the Institute for Social and Economic Research.Macdonald D. (2016). A Policymaker’s Guide to Basic Income.Molony E. & Duncan C. (2016). Income Wealth and Health Inequalities—A Scottish Social Justice Perspective. AIMS Public Health 3 255-264.MÜLLER K. (2016). The political economy of universal pensions in Bolivia.Piachaud D. (2016). Citizen's Income: Rights and Wrongs (No. 200). Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion LSE. Reed H. & Lansley S. (2016). „Universal Basic Income: An Idea whose time has come?”. London Compass. Torry M. (2016). An evaluation of a strictly revenue neutral Citizen’s Income scheme (No. EM5/16). EUROMOD at the Institute for Social and Economic Research. [...]
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