Book review of “Money for Everyone: Why we need a Citizen’s Income” by Malcolm Torry

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Abstract

In this book Malcolm Torry considers the social, economic and labour market advantages of introducing a Citizen’s Income in the UK. The author attempts to explore its implications on the economy, social cohesion, families, and the employment market. Aurelie Charles writes that although the ideal of a Citizen’s Income, with all its strengths and weaknesses, is a challenging framework to reflect on, the author shows how to make it a reality.
Original languageEnglish
TypeBook Review
Media of outputLSE Website
PublisherLSE Book Review Blog
Publication statusPublished - 5 Dec 2013

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Book review of “Money for Everyone: Why we need a Citizen’s Income” by Malcolm Torry. / Charles, Aurelie.

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