BABEL media report

Tijs Laenen, Marie-Laure Mulayi, Cyrille Francisco & Wim Van Lancker


Dit rapport toont voor het eerst aan in welke mate verschillende vormen van het basisinkomen steun krijgen in de Belgische publieke opinie. Lees hier de Nederlandstalige versie.


Ce rapport analyse pour la première fois dans quelle mesure différents types de revenu de base bénéficient du soutien de l’opinion publique belgeLisez la version française ici.

Not That Basic: How Level, Design and Context Matter for the Redistributive Outcomes of Universal Basic Income.

Elise Aerts, Ive Marx & Gerlinde Verbist

Using microsimulation analysis in a comparative two-country setting, we show that the potential poverty-reducing impact of BI strongly depends on exactly how and where it is implemented. Implementing a BI requires far more choices than advocates seem to realize. 

Assessing Basic Income Feasibility: Political Parties’ Positions on the French-speaking Belgian Scene. (Forthcoming)

Floriane Geels

This study intends to investigate the positions of five French-speaking Belgian parties (PTB, PS, Ecolo, Les Engagés & MR) on basic income.

New directions in research on public support for a UBI. (Forthcoming)

Marie-Laure Mulayi, Tijs Laenen, Wim Van Lancker & Bart Meuleman

In this chapter, we take a comprehensive approach by providing a brief overview of the state of knowledge on public support for a UBI. We also address the interactions between individual, contextual and policy design features about which little is known so far.

The popularity of Basic income. Evidence from the Polls. (Forthcoming)

Tijs Laenen

In light of the vastly increased political salience of basic income in recent years, this book provides a state-of-the-art overview of the popularity of basic income among the general public.

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