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Mongolia’s resource-to-cash transfers

Mongolia’s resource-to-cash transfers

Mongolia is an East Asian country located between the two giant powers of the world: China in the South, and Russia in the north. As a classic example of a mineral-rich developing country, Mongolia has an export-driven economy in which 90% of the exports come from its...

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FAQs

BIEN | FAQsA Basic Income is a periodic cash payment unconditionally delivered to all on an individual basis, without means test or work requirement (a Basic Income is sometimes called a Universal Basic Income, a Citizen’s Income, or a Citizen’s Basic...

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Housing prices are an obstacle to universal income

Housing prices are an obstacle to universal income

There is a fear that a disproportionate part of Universal Basic Income would be paid to housing. Under current circumstances, a large portion of the income is paid to rent. A person UK in 2019, if receiving benefits only, in many cases is paying over fifty percent of their income for housing. If UBI was to come into effect, it is possible the same problem would occur.

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The Future We Need

The Future We Need

This is a guest post by Rahul Basu for The Indepentarian Blog. Welcome, Rahul. Author: Rahul Basu The Future We Need This is a comment on Karl Widerquist's excellent proposal for a People's Endowment. I'm a member of The Future We Need (TFWN), a global campaign to...

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