Kingdom of Spain: Basic Income from Social Movements to Parliament and Back Again

@inproceedings{Ravents2012KingdomOS,
  title={Kingdom of Spain: Basic Income from Social Movements to Parliament and Back Again},
  author={Daniel Ravent{\'o}s and Julie Wark and David Casassas},
  year={2012}
}
  • Daniel Raventós, Julie Wark, David Casassas
  • Published 2012
  • Political Science
  • With the present economic crisis and the ensuing economic policy measures introduced by the Spanish government as of May 2010, a curious two-way shift has occurred in the debate on basic income. On the one hand, basic income has virtually disappeared from the official agenda, even in the form of piecemeal discussion among the political parties whereas, on the other hand, there is greater interest in it among the activists of quite a wide range of social movements. A short history of basic… CONTINUE READING

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