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Special Issue of JET: Hughes, Walker, Campa & Danaher on Tech Unemployment and BIG


Posted: Mar 7, 2014

The special issue of the Journal of Evolution and Technology is published and has nine essays on technological unemployment and the basic income guarantee, six of them by IEETers.

Technological Unemployment and the Basic Income Guarantee (Volume 24 Issue 1)

James J. Hughes “Are Technological Unemployment and a Basic Income Guarantee Inevitable or Desirable?”

Mark Walker “BIG and Technological Unemployment: Chicken Little Versus the Economists”

Gary E. Marchant, Yvonne A. Stevens and James M. Hennessy “Technology, Unemployment & Policy Options: Navigating the Transition to a Better World”

James J. Hughes “A Strategic Opening for a Basic Income Guarantee in the Global Crisis Being Created by AI, Robots, Desktop Manufacturing and BioMedicine”

Jamie Bronstein “A History of the BIG Idea: Winstanley, Paine, Skidmore and Bellamy”

Riccardo Campa “Workers and Automata: A Sociological Analysis of the Italian Case”

Riccardo Campa “Technological Growth and Unemployment: A Global Scenario Analysis”

Katarzyna Gajewska “Technological Unemployment but Still a Lot of Work: Towards Prosumerist Services of General Interest”

John Danaher “Sex Work, Technological Unemployment and the Basic Income Guarantee”

Technological Unemployment and the Basic Income Guarantee


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