Latest news coverage of Universal Basic Income and the Lab
Can Guaranteed Income Help Americans Escape Poverty?
Faculty Director, Juliana Bidadanure, weighs in on Universal Basic Income in the U.S.
$1,000 per month: How would a universal income boost Marin City?
Faculty Director Juliana Bidadanure and Postdoctoral Fellow Rebecca Hasdell with the Stanford Basic Income Lab weigh in on UBI in Marin City.
Social psychology Ph.D. student shares research on universal basic income
Former Stanford Basic Income Lab Graduate Fellow, Catherine Thomas, talks about Universal Basic Income.
Is This the End of Work as We Know it?
(Juliana Bidadanure, beginning at 7:30 minutes) - The year is 2050- the world's population is nearing the 10 billion mark, artificial intelligence is integral to many of the jobs we do, and robots and technological "personal assistants" are the new norm in the workforce. So will there be enough paid work to go around?
With artificial intelligence looming, debate over 'basic income' heats up
Basic Income Lab faculty director, Juliana Bidadanure, speaks to the Palo Alto Daily about whether universal basic income could bring an end to poverty. This article examines the challenges and different schools of thought on universal basic income and why it may or may not be feasible.
Stanford Lab Explores Universal Basic Income
Stanford philosopher Juliana Bidadanure is leading an initiative focused on fostering discussions about universal basic income and analyzing previous and ongoing unconditional cash experiments across the world.
UBI Cities Toolkit Launch
The National League of Cities (NLC) and the Stanford Basic Income Lab (BIL) released the first-ever definitive guide for piloting universal basic income (UBI) in cities. The toolkit, entitled “Basic Income in Cities,” is meant to serve as a guide to cities considering piloting UBI, highlighting the ...