Artikelen van Het Amerikaanse Basisinkomen Netwerk USBIG

Hier een overzicht van engelstalige artikelen die de  USBIG (United States Basic Income guarantee Network) heeft verzameld op hun website over het Basisinkomen.

De USBIG discussion paper series makes available papers in progress about or relating to the Basic Income Guarantee as a forum for discussion in advance of publication. If you would like to submit a paper for this series, send an electronic copy Please follow the instructions for authors for all submissions.
# Date Author Title
1 2000-05 Harris, Robert The Guaranteed Income Movement of the 1960s and 1970s.(doc)
2 2000-09 Widerquist, Karl Citizenship or Obligation (doc)
3 2000-12 Block, Fred Basic Income and the Shadow of Speedhamland (doc)
4 2001-03 Clark, Charles M.A. Changing Labour Markets: Towards Real Flexibility (doc)
5 2001-05 Lewis, Michael A Critique of Phelps' Welfare Economic Justification of Wage Subsidies (doc)
6 2001-11 Wax, Amy Something for Nothing: The Liberal Case Against Welfare Work Requirements (doc)
7 2002-01 Cunliffe, John and Guido Erreygers Inheritance and Equal Shares: Early American Views (pdf)
8 2002-02 Smith, Jeffery J From Red to Green: From Income to Rents as the Funding Source for a Social Salary (doc)
9 2002-02 Howard, Michael W. Liberal and Marxist Justifications for Basic Income (doc)
10 2002-02 Bergmann. Barbara R. A Swedish-Style Welfare State Or Basic Income: Which Should Have Priority? (pdf)
11 2002-02 Farris, Buford Was it only a Dream: Guaranteed Income through the eyes of a Sixties Poverty Warrior in Texas (doc)
12 2002-02 Sheahen, Al Does Everyone Have a Right to a Basic Income Guarantee?(doc)
13 2002-02 Sheahan, Al Why not Guarantee Everyone a Job? Why the Negative Income Tax Experiments of the 1970s were Successful (doc)
14 2002-02 Garfinkel, Irwin, Chien-Chung Huang, Wendy Naidich, Effects Of Tax Rebates on Poverty and Income Distribution (doc)
15 2002-02 Lewis, Michael Perhaps There Can be Too Much Freedom (doc)
16 2002-02 Wolff, Ed Recent Trends in Living Standards in the United States (doc)
17 2002-02 Morrison, Roy A Framework for Justice and Fairness (doc)
18 2002-02 Bryan, James B. Did the U.S. Welfare Reforms of 1996 and the Expansion of the Earned Income Tax Credit Eliminate the Need for a Basic Income Guarantee? (doc)
19 2002-02 Laurent, Thierry and Yannick L’Horty Static vs. Dynamic Inactivity Trap on the Labor Market: Revisiting the “Making Work Pay” Issue. (DOC)
20 2002-02 Bouquin, Stephen & Catherine Levy Social minima a part of recommodification of labour? Critical assessment concerning the tendencies towards basic income(doc)
21 2002-02 Pressman, Steven Guaranteed Incomes and the Equity-Efficiency Tradeoff (doc)
22 2002-02 Zelleke, Almaz Basic Income in the United States: Redefining Citizenship in the Liberal State (doc)
23 2002-02 Nattrass, Nicoli and Jeremy Seekings The Political-Economy of a Basic Income Grant in South Africa(doc)
24 2002-02 Shafarman, Steven Ending Hunger, Homelessness, and Debilitating Poverty: Comparing BIG and other approaches (doc)
25 2002-03 Waltman, Jerold The Basic Income Guarantee and the Living Wage: A Comparative Anatomy (doc)
26 2002-03 Van Trier, Walter Who Framed ‘Social Dividend’? (doc)
27 2002-03 Widerquist, Karl Who Exploits Who? (doc)
28 2002-03 Shafarman, Steven Beyond Left vs. Right: A New Political Discourse (doc)
29 2002-03 Clark, Charles M. A. Basic Income: Promoting Social Justice in a 21st Century Economy (doc)
30 2002-03 Widerquist, Karl Phelp’s Economic Discipline as Undisciplined Economics (doc)
31 2002-03 Caputo, Richard K. FAP Flops: Lessons Learned from the Failure to Pass the Family Assistance Plan in 1970 and 1972? (doc)
32 2002-03 Clark, Stephen C. Funding a Basic Income Guarantee Considering Size, Political Viability, and Pipeline (doc)
33 2002-03 Frankman, Myron Funding a Planet-Wide Citizen's Income: Trial Calculations (html)
34 2002-04 Suplicy, Eduardo From a Minimum Income to a Basic Income in Brazil (doc)
35 2002-05 Shafarman, Steven Welfare and the True Meaning of “Conservative” (doc)
36 2002-05 Widerquist, Karl The Stakeholder Account System (doc)
37 2002-07 Handler, Joel Social Citizenship and Workfare in the U.S. and Western Europe: From Status to Contract (htm)
38 2002-09 Widerquist, Karl A Failure to Communicate: The Labor Market Findings of the Negative Income Tax Experiments and Their Effects on Policy and Public Opinion (doc)
39 2002-11 Cruz Basso, Leonardo Fernando Meritorious currency: a currency against famine (doc)
40 2002-11 Hern Universal basic income as a preferential social dividend (doc)
41 2002-11 Rey Pérez, José Luis Can we argue for a human right to Basic Income? (doc)
42 2002-11 Shafarman, Steven Mobilizing Support for Basic Income (doc)
43 2002-11 Thurlow, James Can South Africa Afford to Become Africa's First Welfare State?(doc)
44 2003-01 Farris, Buford A Real War on Poverty: Guaranteed Income Plus (doc)
45 2003-01 Smith, Jeffery Not the Left, but a Critical Mass Will win, not BI, but Rent Dividends (doc)
46 2003-01 Neuberg, Leland G. Beyond Basic Incomes and Stakes: Toward a More Egalitarian Society (doc)
47 2003-01 Fumagalli, Andrea Bioeconomics, labor flexibility and cognitive work: the unequal exchange (doc)
48 2003-01 Funicello, Theresa Getting on a path to just distribution: The Caregiver Credit Campaign (doc)
49 2003-01 Clark, Stephen The Basic Income as a Foundation of a Sound Currency and a Free and Open Market (doc)
50 2003-01 Laurent, Thierry and Yannick L’Horty Basic Income/Minimum Wage Schedule and the Occurrence of Inactivity Traps : Some Evidence on the French Labor Market(doc)
51 2003-01 Handler, Joel Myth and Ceremony in Workfare: Rights, Contracts, and Client Satisfaction (doc)
52 2003-01 Murphy, Jason and John Buerck Thinking Machines, Automated Administration, Employment and Citizen’s Participation (doc)
53 2003-01 Sheahen, Allan Does Everyone Have the Right to a Basic Income Guarantee?(doc)
54 2003-01 Henriques, Manuel The Guaranteed Minimum Income Schemes in the European Union, the Crisis in the European Social Policy Model and the Lessons from the USA (doc)
55 2003-02 Neuberg, Leland G. What Defeated a Negative Income Tax?: Constructing a Causal Explanation of a Politically Controversial Historical Event (doc)
56 2003-02 Wax, Amy The Political Psychology of Social Security: (doc)
57 2003-02 Harvey, Philip The Right to Work and Basic Income Guarantees: A Comparative Assessment (doc)
58 2003-02 Opielka, Michael Carework Salaries: The German Case and Beyond (doc)
59 2003-02 Zelleke, Almaz Distributive Justice and the Argument for Basic Income (htm)
60 2003-02 Bryan, James B. Targeted Programs v. The Basic Income Guarantee: An Examination of the Efficiency Costs of Funding Different Forms of Redistribution (doc)
61 2003-02 Harman, Eva Social Grants and their Social Circulations (doc)
62 2003-02 Dahms, Harry F. Breaking the Glass Cage: How Basic Income is a Quantitatively Different Social Policy Paradigm (doc)
63 2003-04 Suplicy, Eduardo Matarazzzo President Lula's Zero Hunger Program and the Trend Toward a Citizens' Basic Income in Brazil (doc)
64 2003-04 Widerquist, Karl Citizens Capital Accounts: A Proposal (doc)
65 2003-12 Widerquist, Karl Economic Possibilities of our Grandparents (doc)
66 2004-01 Leland Neuberg Emergence and Defeat of Nixon’s Family Assistance Plan (doc)
67 2004-01 Farina, Pete The Case Against Income Inequality: Unequal Income Is Unequal Citizenship (doc)
68 2004-01 Sheahen, Al Does Everyone Have a Right to a Basic Income Guarantee (doc)
69 2004-01 Theodore, Carla Utopia or Oblivion (doc)
70 2004-01 McGuire, George Green Capitalism (doc)
71 2004-01 Bezruchka, Stephen BIG Medicine for Achieving Population Health in the U.S. (doc)
72 2004-02 Murphy, Jason That We May Know What We Want: Towards an Argument for a Basic Income Guarantee Based On Deliberation (doc)
73 2004-02 Noguchi, Eri and Lewis, Michael A. Unconditional Basic Income: A Basic Condition of a Better Society? (doc)
74 2004-02 Wetzell, David On Some Unappreciated Implications of Becker’s time Allocation Model of Labor Supply (DOC)
75 2004-02 Keely, Louise, C. and Tan, Chih Ming What Role Does Identity Play in the Preference for Income Redistribution? (pdf)
76 2004-02 Lewis, Michael A. and Farberman, Harvey A. The Cost of Caring: The Impact of Caring for the Elderly on Women’s Earnings (doc)
77 2004-02 Wetzell, David, L. On the Welfare Effects of a Wage Floor in a Two-Sector Labor Market with Impoverished Workers (DOC)
78 2004-02 Widerquist, Karl Freedom as the Power to Say No (doc)
79 2004-02 Tcherneva, Pavlina R. Job or Income Guarantee? (doc)
80 2004-02 Clark, Charles M. A. Ending Poverty in America: The First Step (doc)
81 2004-03 Hughes, James Embrace the End of Work (doc)
82 2004-03 Hartzok, Alanna Citizen Dividends and Oil Resource Rents (doc)
83 2004-04 Dyan, Paula How It Feels to Be Homeless (doc)
84 2004-04 Tideman, Nicolaus The Ethics of Basic Income Grants (doc)
85 2004-05 Widerquist, Karl Does She Exploit or Doesn’t She? (doc)
86 2004-06 Levine et al A Retrospective on the Negative Income Tax Experiments (doc)
87 2004-07 Howard, Michael Basic Income and Migration Policy: A Moral Dilemma? (doc)
88 2004-07 Widerquist, Karl Freedom as the Power to say no (doc)
89 2004-07 Smith, Jeffery J. The Citizen’s Dividend: Sharing the Wealth of the Commons(doc)
90 2004-08 Füllsack, Manfred BI as a “Medium”? An “un-ethical” approach to the BI-debate(doc)
91 2004-08 Noguchi, Eri and Michael Lewis In Defense of Lazy: An Argument for Less Work, More Community (doc)
92 2004-08 Nattras, Nicoli AIDS and the Disability Grant in South Africa: Further Reasons for Introducing a Basic Income Grant (doc)
93 2004-08 Sheahen, Al and Karl Widerquist A Proposal to Transform the Standard Deduction into a Refundable Tax Credit (doc)
94 2004-08 Lewis, Michael A. and Eri Noguchi Class-Based Inequities in Civic Participation: Some Possible Reasons, One Possible Solution (doc)
95 2004-09 Frankman, Myron J. Ample Room at the Top: Financing a Planet-Wide Basic Income(doc)
96 2004-10 Howard, Michael Basic Income and Migration Policy: A Moral Dilemma? (doc)
97 2004-12 Tomlinson, John, Penny Harrington, and Simon Schooneveldt Why Australian Workers and Unions Should Support Basic Income (doc)
98 2005-01 Pizzigati, Sam Can a Society with a Very Rich Be Decent to the Very Poor? The case of a “maximum wage” (doc)
99 2005-01 Colombo, Gianluca, Andrea Fumagalli, Stefano Lucarelli, Jacopo Mazza, Edoardo Mollona, and Cosma Orsi Testing the Value of Solidarity and the Implementation of Social Cohesion Policies (doc)
100 2005-02 Daly, Lew Whatever Happened to Unearned Income? (doc)
101 2005-02 Wirengard, Robert Capitalist Living Dividend, Not a Living Wage (doc)
102 2005-02 Farris, Buford The Compassionate Face of Religion: A Grounding for a Guaranteed Income (doc)
103 2005-02 Marangos, John Thomas Paine (1737-1809) and Thomas Spence (1750-1814) on Basic Income Guarantee (doc)
104 2005-02 Noguchi, Eri and Michael Lewis So Long As There Are Bad Jobs, There Will Be Poor Workers: An Argument for an Anti-Poverty Policy NOT Dependent on the Labor Market (doc)
105 2005-02 Dietsch, Peter Institutions as Motivational Bootstrapping (pdf)
106 2005-02 Marx, Axel and Hans Peeters An Unconditional Basic Income and Labor Supply: Results From a Survey of Lottery Winners (pdf)
107 2005-02 Bouquin, Stephen The local exchange system (doc)
108 2005-02 Swanson, David Basic Income Guarantee Versus the Corporate Media (doc)
109 2005-03 Widerquist, Karl Justice as Voluntary Agreements (doc)
110 2005-03 Howard, Michael W. Basic income and job guarantees: alternatives or complements?(doc)
111 2005-03 Wright, Erik Olin Basic Income as a Socialist Project (doc)
112 2005-03 Tcherneva, Pavlina and L. Randall Wray Common Goals (doc)
113 2005-03 Zelleke, Almaz A Feminist Critique of Reciprocity and Conditionality (doc)
114 2005-03 Busilacchi, Gianluca Two Problems, One Solution: The Earth Basic Income (doc)
115 2005-03 George, Robley Socioeconomic Democracy: A Democratic Basic Income Guarantee (doc)
116 2005-04 Opielka, Michael Complex Justice and Basic Income (doc)
117 2005-04 Clark, Robert F. The Earth as a Common Trust: Implications for a Minimum Income Guarantee (pdf)
118 2005-04 Kittay, Eva Dependency-Independent Justice: Is BIG the answer (doc)
119 2005-04 Kunnemann, Rolf Basic Food Income (doc)
120 2005-04 Stevens, Jillynn Social Welfare Policy: Controlling Gender, Race and Class (doc)
121 2005-04 Seekings, Jeremy Prospects for Basic Income in Developing Countries: A Comparative Analysis of Welfare Regimes in the South (doc)
122 2005-05 Danahey, Patrick Education And The Democratic Sovereignty Of The People: A Human Rights Approach Towards Introducing And Entrenching The Full Integration And Implementation Of A Universal Income Beyond The Duration Of (pdf)
123 2005-05 Calderon Cuevas, Eduardo and Oscar Valiente Gonzalez Basic Income as a Policy to Fight Child Labour (pdf)
124 2005-05 Birnbaum, Simon Real Libertarianism, Structural Injustice and the Democratic Ideal(pdf)
125 2005-05 Yamamori, Toru Basic Income and Capability Approach: On Recognition and Deconstruction for Difference (pdf)
126 2005-05 Cruz, Maria N When Financial Benefits Guarantee School Attendance Without Children and Adolescents Stopping Work: the bolsa escola case of the Municipal Government of Belo Horizonte (Brazil) (pdf)
127 2005-05 Jahn, Jens-Eberhard Problems of a Programmatic UBI Debate Within the German Party of Democratic Socialism (pdf)
128 2005-07 da Silva e Silva, Maria Ozanira From a Minimum Income to a Citizenship Income: The Brazilian Experiences (pdf)
129 2005-07 Handler, Joel F. The False Promise of Workfare: Another Reason for a Basic Income Guarantee (pdf)
130 2005-08 Healy, Sean and Brigid Reynolds Introducing a Basic Income System Sector by Sector in Ireland(pdf)
131 2005-08 Suplicy, Eduardo Matarazzo The Approval and Sanctioning of the Basic Income Bill in Brazil: How it will be Implemented (pdf)
132 2005-08 Howard, Michael W. Basic Income and Migration Policy: A Moral Dilemma? (pdf)
133 2005-08 Nattrass, Nicoli The Challenge for Basic Income Posed by AIDS: Why an Incremental Approach Is Inadequate in South Africa (pdf)
134 2005-09 Noguera, Jose Antonio Citizens or Workers? Basic Income vs. Welfare-to-Work Policies(pdf)
135 2005-09 Bergh, Andreas Basic Income (pdf)
136 2005-09 Bugra, Ayse and Caglar Keyder Arguing for Basic Income in Turkey: Main Challenges (pdf)
137 2005-09 Elgarte, Julieta Magdalena Non-Domination, Real Freedom, and Basic Income (pdf)
138 2005-10 Clark, Robert F. Assaulting Global Poverty: Shortfalls and Proposed Remedy(pdf)
139 2005-12 Bloom, Abe and Steve Bloom A proposal to establish a social fund in the USA to eliminate poverty through a tax surcharge on households earning incomes of more than $100,000 per year (pdf)
140 2006-01 Mays, Jennifer Employment and Disability: Some Emerging Questions (pdf)
141 2006-01 Tomlinson, John Faint Praise for a Chimera: Selectivity versus Universalism in Social Policy (pdf)
142 2006-02 Clark, Stephen C. A Declaration of Independences (pdf)
143 2006-02 Janicke, Marie A. and Ellen A. Hadley National Sales Tax: Making a Basic Income Guarantee Palatable to the Powerful (pdf)
144 2006-02 Sheahen, Allen It’s Time to Think BIG! How to Simplify the Tax Code and Provide Every American with a Basic Income Guarantee (pdf)
145 2006-02 Smith, Jeffrey Fund BI Not from Income but from Outgo (pdf)
146 2006-02 Widerquist, Karl On Duty (pdf)
147 2006-02 Gonzalez Bailon, Sandra and David Casassas Corporate Watch, Consumer Responsibility, and Economic Democracy: Forms of political action in the orbit of basic income(pdf)
148 2006-02 Butler, Sam The Poverty of Politics (pdf)
149 2006-02 Morrison, Roy A Basic Income Grant and a Sustainable Future (pdf)
150 2006-02 Füllsack, Manfred BI – a “historical necessity”? Sketch for a “functional” approach to the BI-debate (pdf)
151 2006-02 Seekings, Jeremy Employment guarantee or minimum income? Workfare and welfare in developing countries (pdf)
152 2006-02 Suplicy, Eduardo Matarazzo Citizen’s Basic Income: The Answer is Blowing in Wind (pdf)
153 2006-02 Ji-Young, Yoo The Impact of TANF on Income, Poverty Rate and Poverty Gap among Women and their Families (pdf)
154 2006-03 McGuire, George Big and the Flat Tax – A Populist Essay (pdf)
155 2006-03 Widerquist, Karl The Basis of Voluntary Trade (pdf)
156 2006-03 Widerquist, Karl Property Rights by General Agreement (pdf)
157 2006-11 De Wispelaere, Jurgen and Lindsay Stirton The Public Administration Case Against Participation Income(pdf)
158 2006-11 Suplicy, Eduardo Matarazzo The possible Transition from the Bolsa-Fam (doc)
159 2006-12 Richa Looking at BIG from below (doc)
160 2007-01 Cook, Richard C. The Basic Income Guarantee and Monetary Reform: A Tale of Two Ideas (doc)
161 2007-01 Clark, Stephen C. The Juarez Plan (doc)
162 2007-02 Caputo, Richard K. The Death Knoll of BIG or BIG by Stealth: A Preliminary Assessment of UBIG Political Viability around the Globe (pdf)
163 2007-02 Farris, Buford Happy Workers. Welfare Queens and Surfers: Images in the Debate Around a Guaranteed Income (doc)
164 2007-02 Todd, Christine Poverty Reduction and Welfare Provision for Single Parents in Aotearoa / New Zealand and the United States – A Comparative Analysis (doc)
165 2007-02 Smith, Jeffery J. Can a Citizens Dividend Replace Welfare? (doc)
166 2007-02 Lewis, Michael A. What To Do About Care Work: Compensate Or Facilitate? (doc)
167 2007-02 Bambrick, Laura A BIG Response to Wollstonecraft’s Dilemma (doc)
168 2007-02 Wetzell, David L A New Kind of Index Fund Designed to Grow the Social Security Trust Fund (doc)
169 2007-02 Sheahen, Al The Rise and Fall of a Basic Income Guarantee Bill in the United States Congress (doc)
170 2007-02 Healy, Sean and Brigid Reynolds Making Tax Credits Refundable: A Pathway to Basic Income in Ireland? (doc)
171 2007-02 Schenk, Nadine Political Decision Making and Agenda Setting in South Africa: Why the Basic Income Grant has not (yet) been accepted by government in South Africa (doc)
172 2007-03 Tideman, Nicolaus The Ethics of Unequal Basic Income Guarantees (doc)
173 2007-03 Quaraishi, Sabrina How Empowering Is Microcredit: A Look At Grameen Bank (doc)
174 2007-03 Zelleke, Almaz Is ‘The Plan’ a Basic Income? An Assessment of Charles Murray’s Proposal to Replace the Welfare State with an (Almost) Universal Grant (doc)
175 2007-05 Widerquist, Karl A Dilemma for Libertarians (doc)
176 2007-05 Widerquist, Karl The Physical Basis of Voluntary Trade (doc)
177 2007-09 Widerquist, Karl Lockean Property Theory (doc)
178 2008-01 Jubb, Rob Basic Income, Effective Control Self-Ownership, and Market Power (doc)
179 2008-02 Sheahen, Al The Rise and Fall of a Basic Income Guarantee Bill in the U.S. Congress (doc)
180 2008-02 Howard, Michael Cosmopolitanism and Self-Determination (doc)
181 2008-02 Harvey, Phil Laying out the Argument for a Public Works Program (pdf)
182 2008-02 Suplicy, Senator Eduardo A Basic Income to Democratize and Pacify Iraq (doc)
183 2008-02 Roy, Christian Civilian Service for Social Security? Basic Income and Labor Sharing in the Thought of Arnaud Dandieu (doc)
184 2008-02 Clark, Stephen The Little Red Hen Thinks Again (doc)
185 2008-02 Farris, Buford Compassionate Liberalism as a Frame for a Renewed War on Poverty (doc)
186 2008-02 Mulvale, Jim The Guaranteed Adequate Income Debate in Canada: Challenges and Opportunities (doc)
187 2008-02 Nathanson, Stephen The Decent Level Criterion of Justice and Its Competitors (doc)
188 2008-03 Widerquist, Karl Status Freedom (doc)
189 2008-03 Smith, Jeffery J. How to Make BI inflation-proof while also raising wages (doc)
190 2009-01 Antonopoulos, Rania and Kim, Kijong Public job creation: A path to Inclusive and Gender Equitable Development (doc)
191 2009-02 Caputo, Richard K. Commentary on the book 'The Failed Welfare Revolution: America's Struggle over Guaranteed Income Policy' (pdf)
192 2009-02 Clark, Stephen C. Excalibrator Logarhythmic Floating Cybercurrency (pdf)
193 2009-02 Cook, Richard C. A Bailout for the People: Dividend Economics and the Basic Income Guarantee (pdf)
194 2009-02 Farris, Buford Sociology and Basic Income: A Case Study of Four Theorists(pdf)
195 2009-02 Gaffney, Mason George's Economics of Abundance: Replacing dismal choices with practical resolutions and synergies (pdf)
196 2009-02 Howard, Michael W. An Open Letter to President Obama on Environmental Justice(doc)
197 2009-02 Lloyd, Eron The Social Shareholder Model (pdf)
198 2009-02 Murphy, Jason Burke Baby Steps: On the Need for Incremental Victories (doc)
199 2009-02 Pech, Wesley Behavioral economics and the basic income grant: A critical evaluation (pdf)
200 2009-02 Pressman, Steven Justice and History: The big problem of Wilt Chamberlain (doc)
201 2009-02 Tideman, Nicolaus and Tsang, Kwok Ping Seigniorage as a Source for a Basic Income Guarantee (rtf)
202 2009-02 Vandenberghe, Marc Financial crisis: RIGHT on Basic Income for a stable financing of basics economy? (doc)
203 2009-04 Pasma, Chandra Working Through the Work Disincentive – April 2009 (doc)
204 2009-04 Eyal, Nir 207-Near-Universal_Basic_income_April2009.pdf (pdf)
205 2009-12 Richa A Basic Income Guarantee as Reparations for Group Injustice(html)
206 2010-6 Widerquist, Karl What Does Prehistoric Anthropology Have to Do with Modern Political Philosophy? Evidence of Five False Claims (pdf)