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Julia Hermann, “Would an unconditional basic income be just?”

Hermann considers basic income from the perspective of justice and concludes that basic income is worth pursuing.  She finds that basic income would be just due to its egalitarian nature of real equality, and it will ensure an income floor for everyone by decoupling work from income.  Further, she believes that a basic income will lead to financial independence for all women, which can help push toward gender equality.

 

Julia Hermann, “Would an unconditional basic income be just?“, Justice Everywhere, 2 May 2016.

About Josh Martin

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Josh Martin is a recent graduate of the London School of Economics and Political Science where he received an MSc in Social Policy and Planning and wrote his dissertation on the universal basic income as a possible solution to the problems facing Universal Credit in the UK. Prior to LSE, he attended St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota, and is originally from Decorah, Iowa.

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