This Palgrave Pivot argues that basic income at a decent level is,
in fact, affordable. The contributors approach the topic from the
perspectives of three different countries-Canada, Switzerland, and
Australia-to overcome objections that a universal program to keep
all citizens above the poverty line would be too expensive to
implement. They assess the complex array of revenue sources that
can make universal basic income feasible, from the underestimated
value of public program redundancies to new and so far unaccounted
publicly owned assets.
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