Anastasia Cojocaru shares new Basic Income Report, looking at Basic Income (BI) and Working Time Reduction (WTR), as two policies targeting employment and their environmental impact.
As the nature of work changes dramatically, many people are starting to explore new and innovative ideas for responding to the opportunities and challenges we will face move forward. Anastasia Cojocaru (MA, University of Aberdeen), has completed a new report on the interaction between basic income and reduced working time, particularly around the potential environmental impacts.
She has shared the report with Fellows: follow link here.
If you have questions or comments, you can contact her through Twitter @nastiacojocaru to discuss.
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