Where: European University Institute 9 Via Roccettini 50014 Fiesole Italy
The Max Weber Programme at the European University Institute in Florence, is organizing a conference on “The Future of Basic Income Research” which will take place on 26-27 June, 2015 with key speakers Philippe Van Parijs and Yannick Vanderborght. You may contribute to the seminar by participating to the call for abstracts (deadline 15th of February) The past three dec
Here is Eve, she recently discovered a drug that can block Dihydrofolate Reductase (DHFR), a molecule found in the malaria parasite. Yes, there are similar compounds that have been used to block that molecule, however, new strains continue to evolve, rendering those medications useless. However, rather than asking whether this drug will meet the same fate as others or is it a better version, the main question to ask here is, who is Eve? Well, Eve is a robot, one of the first scientist robots, developed by researchers from the Universities in UK, specifically to automate the early stages of dr
The answer, may surprise you. Let’s start by combining one bold idea - that of universal basic income, with another… not so bold idea, Quantitative Easing. Central Bankers in developed economies have...
Introduction. This budget does not take into account the debt problem. The author thinks that the only realistic way out of the crisis is to give a debt moratorium of 5 years and discuss that topic 3 years from now. The depth of the Greek crisis is an opportunity to depart from the classical views regarding the organisation of a
Many Basic Income Guarantee groups across Canada and around the world are developing programs of basic income. They insist on the importance of the name, Basic Income Guarantee (BIG). They occasionally, but reluctantly use Guaranteed Annual Income (GAI), an old phrase which falls short, both in terms of meaning and in terms of public policy goals.
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