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Empirical Research on an Unconditional Basic Income in Europe

Edited by Lei Delsen ()

in Contributions to Economics from Springer, currently edited by Johannes Glaeser

Date: 2019
ISBN: 978-3-030-30044-9
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Chapters in this book:

Ch Chapter 1 Unconditional Basic Income and Welfare State Reform in Representative Democracies
Lei Delsen
Ch Chapter 2 Individual Preferences for the Unconditional Basic Income in the European Union
Lei Delsen and Rutger Schilpzand
Ch Chapter 3 Is a Basic Income Feasible in Europe?
Genevieve Shanahan, Mark Smith and Priya Srinivasan
Ch Chapter 4 Exploring Benefits and Costs: Challenges of Implementing Citizen’s Basic Income in Scotland
Michael Wlliam Danson
Ch Chapter 5 Job Search, Employment Capabilities and Well-being of People on Welfare in the Dutch ‘Participation Income’ Experiments
Ruud Muffels and Erwin Gielens
Ch Chapter 6 The Who and the Why? Selection Bias in an Unconditional Basic Income Inspired Social Assistance Experiment
János Betkó, Niels Spierings, Maurice Gesthuizen and Peer Scheepers
Ch Chapter 7 Experimental Economics: A Test-Bed for the Unconditional Basic Income?
Sascha Füllbrunn, Lei Delsen and Jana Vyrastekova
Ch Chapter 8 Experimental and Game Theoretical Analyses of the Unconditional Basic Income
Toshiji Kawagoe

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DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-30044-9

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