The Basic Income Pocketbook

The Basic Income Pocketbook

The Basic Income Pocketbook

The current social security system is unwieldy, complex, unjust and unfit for purpose. It is a Gordian Knot that cannot be unraveled or reformed. It must be cut through and replaced by a system fit for the 21st century. A BI is just such a system. It redefines the relationship between the state, society and the individual. This innovative book provides a new perspective on Basic Income - a regular, unconditional payment to every citizen resident in the country. This concise book has been rigorously researched and thus will appeal to academics and policy makers, as well as to the general reader who is concerned about the current state of social security in the UK. Find out how a BI can make a difference to your life.

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ISBN : 1913025993
Pages : 333 pages
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