Is Citizen’s Income the answer to workfare?

Journal article


Gray, A (2014). Is Citizen’s Income the answer to workfare? Citizen’s Income Newsletter. 2014 (2), pp. 8 - 13 (5).
AuthorsGray, A
Abstract

What are the differences between a Citizen's Income and Universal Credit ? How would a Citizen's Income affect the labour market ? Are there other, more immediately feasible measures, to alleviate conditions of precarious workers and bring an end to compulsory work for benefit ?

Year2014
JournalCitizen’s Income Newsletter
Journal citation2014 (2), pp. 8 - 13 (5)
PublisherCitizen's Income Trust http://www.citizensincome.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/CIT_Newsletter_2014_Issue_2.pdf
ISSN1464-7354
Publication dates
Print03 May 2014
Publication process dates
Deposited20 Feb 2017
Accepted03 May 2014
Accepted author manuscript
License
CC BY 4.0
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