Friday, January 26, 2007
The Berkeley Electronic Press has published Vol. 1, Issue 2, of Basic Income Studies, an international journal of basic income research:
Basic Income Studies (BIS) is the first academic journal to focus specifically on basic income and cognate policies. BIS provides a forum for the discussion of theoretical issues and empirical research on the design and implementation of basic income schemes, and also aims to address broader questions regarding the future direction of universal welfare policy.
Vol. 1, Issue 2, guest-edited by Loek Groot (Utrecht University), features a debate on the merits and disadvantage of using an experimental approach in basic income research.
For the full table of contents, with links to the 15 articles in the current issue, see here.