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Citizen’s Income and Welfare Regimes in Latin America: From by Rubén Lo Vuolo

By Rubén Lo Vuolo

This e-book describes the fundamental source of revenue (BI) thought as a version to reform guidelines of source of revenue transfers in Latin the US. BI goals at ensuring a common and unconditional source of revenue to all people. Entitlement to BI is decoupled from hard work prestige and questions the welfare kingdom in line with the insurance/assistance advantages version, the place paid paintings keeps to play a principal position.

Latin the US is among the areas the place the talk on BI is complicated, however the situation is kind of assorted than within the built nations. Lo Vuolo discusses BI foundations lower than this actual state of affairs and increase attainable how you can reform present rules following the ideas of the BI concept. a special learn, it covers many issues and plenty of international locations, in retrospect at either the genesis and aid of present focalized and conditional courses and ahead (using theoretical and empirical research) to work out how and even if the BI notion could be tailored to be used within the quarter.

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22. See the chapters by Fabio Waltenberg and Lena Lavinas in this volume. 23. See Alice Krozer and Rubén Lo Vuolo’s chapter in this volume. 24. Refer to the chapter by Jennifer Pribble in this volume. 25. Among numerous texts about the contents, advantages and disadvantages of the CI proposal, refer for instance to Van Parijs, 1992, 1995; Van Parijs an Vanderborght, 2006; Raventós, 2001, 2007; Van der Veen and Groot, 2000; and Lo Vuolo, 1995. 24 RUBÉN LO VUOLO Bibliography Atkinson, Anthony B. ” The Political Quarterly 67, no.

See CEPAL, 2010, 2011, 2012. 20. See Esping-Andersen, 1990, 1999 for the most renowned typologies of the European welfare states. 21. See, for instance, Hicks, 1991; Ferrera, 1996; and Théret, 1997. 22. See the chapters by Fabio Waltenberg and Lena Lavinas in this volume. 23. See Alice Krozer and Rubén Lo Vuolo’s chapter in this volume. 24. Refer to the chapter by Jennifer Pribble in this volume. 25. Among numerous texts about the contents, advantages and disadvantages of the CI proposal, refer for instance to Van Parijs, 1992, 1995; Van Parijs an Vanderborght, 2006; Raventós, 2001, 2007; Van der Veen and Groot, 2000; and Lo Vuolo, 1995.

In Basic Income on the Agenda. Policy Objectives and Political Chances, edited by R. Van Der Veen and L. Groot. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. 2002. Van Trier, Walter. Every One a King. Leuven: Department of Sociologie, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. 1994. Vandenborght, Yannick. ” Basic Income Studies 1, no. 1 (2006). Widerquist, Karl, and Michael W. Howard, eds. Alaska’s Permanent Fund Dividend. Examining its Suitability as a Model, Exploring the Basic Income Guarantee. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

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