Alternatywy dla dochodu podstawowego: przegląd krytyczny

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Rozdział książki Guya Standinga „Basic Income: And How Can We Make It Happen”. Autor analizuje szereg rozwiązań będących odpowiedzią na kryzysy gospodarcze, nierówności i ubóstwo: płacę minimalną, składkowe ubezpieczenia społeczne, pomoc społeczną opartą na kryterium dochodowym, dotowanie żywności, ulgi podatkowe, programy workfare i gwarancję zatrudnienia. Ocenia te rozwiązania w odniesieniu do zasad sprawiedliwości społecznej i porównuje z dochodem podstawowym.

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Standing, G. (2017). Alternatywy dla dochodu podstawowego: przegląd krytyczny. Praktyka Teoretyczna, 24(2), 15-38. https://doi.org/10.14746/prt.2017.2.1
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Guy Standing, SOAS University of London Thornhaugh Street Russell Square London WC1H 0XG United Kingdom

Guy Standing – angielski ekonomista, profesor studiów nad rozwojem w School of Oriental and African Studies na Uniwersytecie Londyńskim. Światową sławę przyniosły mu publikacje na temat prekariatu, zmian modeli zatrudnienia oraz kryzysu państwa dobrobytu. W latach 1975-2006 pracował dla Międzynarodowej Organizacji Pracy, badając m.in. transformacje gospodarcze w krajach postkomunistycznych. Jeden z założycieli Basic Income Earth Network (BIEN). Opublikował m.in. Prekariat. Nowa niebezpieczna klasa (2011, wyd. pol. 2014), Karta prekariatu (2014, wyd. pol. 2015), The Corruption of Capitalism (2016), a ostatnio Basic Income, And How Can We Make It Happen (2017).

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