“Basic income experiments in OECD countries: A rapid evidence review” (J. Chrisp, L. Smyth, C. Stansfield, N. Pearce; R. France y C. Taylor). IPPO, U. of Bath. El documento se puede bajar aquí.
“Since 2015, the idea of a universal basic income (UBI) has inspired an increasing number of experiments in OECD countries. In this report, we provide a rapid evidence review of the characteristics, indicators and outcomes of these basic income experiments in order to inform policymakers about gaps in knowledge and to make suggestions for future experimental design. We found 38 experiments across Europe, North America and Asia that met inclusion criteria. Most experiments involve cash benefits targeted at a relatively small number of low–income households for a period of roughly two years dispersed across a relatively large area. We consider that this makes a sound case for the development of more heterogenous target groups, a longer time period and a greater examination of community effects. We also provide some suggestions for more policy–and political–oriented goals, which we argue are an oft–ignored elements of these experiments in policymaking and research”