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BIEN NewsFlash 89, November 2015
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NewsFlash Volume 89, November 2015

NEWS
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UNITED STATES: Leading economists and business people discuss Basic Income at the World Summit on Technological Unemployment

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SWITZERLAND: Parliament rejects basic income initiative, but poll shows popular support

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SOUTH KOREA: Seongnam City announced to implement ‘Youth Dividend’

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PORTUGAL: New book from authors André Barata and Renato Miguel do Carmo released

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ITALY: Friuli-Venezia Giulia region introduces a minimum income experiment

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Portugal: First pro-Basic Income congressman gets elected to parliament

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FINLAND: Government Forms Research Team to Design Basic Income Pilots

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ALASKA: The state’s mini-basic income comes under increasing attack

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UNITED STATES: Detroit activist Grace Lee Boggs dies at 100, she endorsed city-level universal basic income

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Portugal: Presidency candidate Manuela Gonzaga supports basic income

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NAMIBIA: Basic Income Grant Back on National Agenda

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ALASKA: Study Links Permanent Fund Dividend with Increased Birth Weight

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PORTUGAL: Paulo Borges runs for President, while defending basic income

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United Kingdom: Opposition’s Economic Adviser Argues for UBI

EVENTS

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Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: Call for Participation in the 15th North American Basic Income Guarantee Congress, 12-15 May 2016

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INTERNATIONAL: Guy Standing to discuss basic income in Poland, Austria and Spain

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SAN FRANCISCO, USA: Political and Technological Strategies towards a post-Scarcity Society

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Maastricht, The Netherlands: Conference, “Celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Dutch Basic Income Association”

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SAN FRANCISCO: Universal Basic Income Createathon, November 13-15

FROM THE WEB

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Federico Pistono, “As tech threatens jobs, we must test a universal basic income”

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Christine Emba, “Universal basic income: A primer”

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UNITED STATES: U.S. Department of Arts and Culture Sponsors Basic Income Grant

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Roy Bahat, “To support innovation, subsidize creators”

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Tom Streithorst, “A New Golden Age Part III: The Basic Income Guarantee”

OPINIONS & REVIEW

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Disputing Citizenship, a review

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Basic Income as the Core of the Economy

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Charity is for setbacks, not systematic shortfalls

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My libertarian-socialist working feeling

ACADEMIC LITERATURE

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Robin Jessen, Davud Rostam-Afschar, and Viktor Steiner, “Welche Effekte hätte ein bedingungsloses Grundeinkommen für Deutschland?” [What effects would a Basic Income have for Germany?]

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Herbert Jauch, “The Rise and Fall of the Basic Income Grant Campaign: Lessons from Namibia”

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David Casassas and Jurgen De Wispelaere “Republicanism and the political economy of democracy.”

VIDEOS

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Basic Income NYC, “what would you do?”

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