Basic Income Studies (BIS) has announced the recent publication of two issues of the journal. The contents of the issues are below. BIS issues are available for free sampling at https://www.bepress.com/bis. Click the required article and follow the instructions to get free guest access to all BIS publications.
CONTENTS OF VOLUME 4, ISSUE 2 (2009)
Special Issue on “The Green Case for Basic Income”, guest-edited by Simon Birnbaum
“Introduction: Basic Income, Sustainability and Post-Productivism”
“Basic Income From an Ecological Perspective”
Jan Otto Andersson
“Basic Income and Sustainable Consumption Strategies”
“Political Ecology: From Autonomous Sphere to Basic Income”
Philippe Van Parijs
“Basic Income, Post-Productivism and Liberalism”
“Mobility, Inclusion and the Green Case for Basic Income”
CONTENTS OF VOLUME 5, ISSUE 1 (2010)
“Alternative Basic Income Mechanisms: An Evaluation Exercise With a Microeconometric Model”
Ugo Colombino, Marilena Locatelli, Edlira Narazani and Cathal O’Donoghue
“Why Cash Violates Neutrality”
Joseph Heath and Vida Panitch
“Near-Universal Basic Income”
“The Right to Existence in Developing Countries: Basic Income in East Timor”
David Casassas, Daniel Raventós, and Julie Wark
“Baby Steps: Basic Income and the Need for Incremental Organizational Development”
Jason B. Murphy
Review of “Alanna Hartzok, The Earth Belongs to Everyone”
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