Download e-book for kindle: Basic Income: A Transformative Policy for India by Sarath Davala,Renana Jhabvala,Guy Standing,Soumya Kapoor

By Sarath Davala,Renana Jhabvala,Guy Standing,Soumya Kapoor Mehta

ISBN-10: 1472583108

ISBN-13: 9781472583109

ISBN-10: 1472583116

ISBN-13: 9781472583116

would it not be attainable to supply individuals with a uncomplicated source of revenue for granted? the belief has a protracted historical past. This booklet attracts on pilot schemes performed within the Indian country of Madhya Pradesh, during which hundreds of thousands of fellows, ladies and kids have been supplied with an unconditional per thirty days funds money. In a context during which the Indian govt at nationwide and nation degrees spends an unlimited volume on subsidies and selective schemes which are chronically pricey, inefficient, inequitable and topic to vast corruption, there's scope for switching no less than many of the spending to a modest simple source of revenue. This ebook explores what will be prone to occur if this have been done.

The e-book attracts on a sequence of evaluate surveys performed over the process the eighteen months within which the most pilot was once in operation, supplemented with specific case stories of people and households. It appears to be like on the influence on overall healthiness and foodstuff, on education, on monetary job, women's enterprise and the welfare of these with disabilities.

Above all, the e-book considers even if a uncomplicated source of revenue should be transformative, in not just bettering person and relatives welfare yet in selling financial development and improvement, in addition to having an emancipatory influence for individuals lengthy mired in stipulations of poverty and monetary insecurity.

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