Mending the Net: Toward Universal Basic Incomes

Mending the Net Toward Universal Basic Incomes Mending the Net features a pair of essays on the hot topic of Universal Basic Incomes a radical idea with growing support In this age of growing precarity we need to look at new ways of sharing the

  • Title: Mending the Net: Toward Universal Basic Incomes
  • Author: Chris Oestereich
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 315
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Mending the Net features a pair of essays on the hot topic of Universal Basic Incomes, a radical idea with growing support In this age of growing precarity, we need to look at new ways of sharing the spoils of our increasingly productive economies This short book lays out a broad case for UBIs, while also addressing potential shortcomings CONTENTS OPENING VOLLEY INTRODUMending the Net features a pair of essays on the hot topic of Universal Basic Incomes, a radical idea with growing support In this age of growing precarity, we need to look at new ways of sharing the spoils of our increasingly productive economies This short book lays out a broad case for UBIs, while also addressing potential shortcomings CONTENTS OPENING VOLLEY INTRODUCTION 1 FOOD, WATER, SHELTER FROM BASIC NEEDS TO BASIC INCOME 2 AN ECONOMIC SHOCK ABSORBER NOW WHAT PARTING SHOT NEXT ABOUT THE AUTHOR REFERENCES

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    About “Chris Oestereich

    • Chris Oestereich

      Chris Oestereich is the founder and editor of the Wicked Problems Collaborative, a loose affiliation of thinkers and doers that are tackling some of humanity s biggest issues He tends to focus on social and environmental issues from a systems thinking perspective and works to integrate these concerns in his writing and teaching, as well as through the zero waste circular economy work that he does Chris is a contributor to a variety publications, and he tends to write about the issues and opportunities central to nudging humanity towards a sustainable future Chris holds an MBA from Washington University in St Louis, and a Masters in Environmental Management from Harvard University Chris lives with his family in Bangkok, Thailand where he s the Director of Publications for Thammasat University s School of Global Studies.



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    • Book is incompleteWhere is the rest of this book The sample was intriguing, so I bought the book The complete version has no content at all, just the cover pages and some end notes I ll change my rating when I receive the complete book.



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