Universal Basic Income and the Reshaping of Democracy

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1. Introduction 1


2. Basic income ‒ a project for generations 1


2.1 Unconditional basic income ‒ a consensus-building term? 1


2.2 The transition to the basic income system - an impossible task? 4


3. A long-term vision 11


3.1 Maximal market transparency 11


3.2 Maximal transparency in redistribution 13


3.3 Basic income and social security 13


3.4 Basic income, minimum wage and full employment guarantee 15


3.5 Optimization, not maximization 16
4. Basic income in other policy areas 20

4.1 Basic income and business cycle policy 20


4.2 Basic income and demographic policy 21


4.3 Basic income for nations in need 22


5. Common objections to basic income 25


5.1 Tax burden and work incentives 25


5.2 Further objections 27


6. The role of pilot studies 29


6.1 Experiments to date 29


6.2 The logic of basic income studies 33


6.3 The case for nationwide experiments 35
6.4 Candidates for nationwide experiments 40

6.5 Principles of sponsoring 42


6.6 Potential sponsors 43


6.7 Epistemic objectives 44


7. Basic income, demographic structure and the size of the state 46


8. Basic income and the reshaping of democracy 51


8.1 Intellectual overburdening of policymakers 51


8.2 Basic income states - involuntary associations? 57


8.3 Intellectual overburdening of citizens 59


9. A project for the 22nd century? 62


9.1 Two basic errors 62


9.2 Formation of consciousness 64


9.3 The political detour as a shortcut 64


9.4 The future of basic income activism 66


Bibliography 69



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Towards a Citizens’ Stipend in a New Political Order

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  • Universal Basic Income and the Reshaping of Democracy

  • 1. Introduction 1


    2. Basic income ‒ a project for generations 1


    2.1 Unconditional basic income ‒ a consensus-building term? 1


    2.2 The transition to the basic income system - an impossible task? 4


    3. A long-term vision 11


    3.1 Maximal market transparency 11


    3.2 Maximal transparency in redistribution 13


    3.3 Basic income and social security 13


    3.4 Basic income, minimum wage and full employment guarantee 15


    3.5 Optimization, not maximization 16
    4. Basic income in other policy areas 20

    4.1 Basic income and business cycle policy 20


    4.2 Basic income and demographic policy 21


    4.3 Basic income for nations in need 22


    5. Common objections to basic income 25


    5.1 Tax burden and work incentives 25


    5.2 Further objections 27


    6. The role of pilot studies 29


    6.1 Experiments to date 29


    6.2 The logic of basic income studies 33


    6.3 The case for nationwide experiments 35
    6.4 Candidates for nationwide experiments 40

    6.5 Principles of sponsoring 42


    6.6 Potential sponsors 43


    6.7 Epistemic objectives 44


    7. Basic income, demographic structure and the size of the state 46


    8. Basic income and the reshaping of democracy 51


    8.1 Intellectual overburdening of policymakers 51


    8.2 Basic income states - involuntary associations? 57


    8.3 Intellectual overburdening of citizens 59


    9. A project for the 22nd century? 62


    9.1 Two basic errors 62


    9.2 Formation of consciousness 64


    9.3 The political detour as a shortcut 64


    9.4 The future of basic income activism 66


    Bibliography 69