Given the various problems associated with existing basic income schemes, not least of which is funding, issuing social dividends from user fees on shared resources could be a sensible alternative to the tax-funded benefit programs considered above. The social dividend approach would address a number of the concerns that drive proponents of a citizen’s income, such as providing a non-labour supplement to falling wages and incomes, or reducing social and economic exclusion.

Source: blog.p2pfoundation.net

Brilliant must-read analysis of the basic income debate looking at social and ecological alternatives to the current neo-liberal hegemony.

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