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Citizen's Income and Welfare Regimes in Latin America
From Cash Transfers to Rights
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"This is an outstanding collection of essays making a compelling case for the desirability and viability of a citizens' income, while at the same time identifying the formidable political obstacles to the implementation of such a policy. The authors contribute insights from different country experiences into the steps necessary to transition from the prevalent model of conditional cash transfers to a rights-based universalistic basic income scheme. Citizen's Income and Welfare Regimes in Latin America is a must read for scholars, students, and citizens concerned with policy to reduce poverty and inequality." - Evelyn Huber, Morehead Alumni Professor of Political Science and chair of the Department of Political Science, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
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Lena Lavinas Camila Arza Pablo Yanes Alice Krozer Fabio Walterberg Jennifer Pribble Corina Rodriguez Enriquez Louise Haagh Roberto Gargarella
Introduction 1. Lo Vuolo, Ruben. First Part: Citizen's Income and Cash Transfers 2. Lavinas, Lena: Brazil: the lost road to citizen's income. 3. Lo Vuolo, Ruben: The Argentine 'Universal Child Allowance' for the unemployed and informal workers 4. Arza, Camila: Basic pensions in Latin America: Towards a rights-based policy? 5. Yanes, Pablo: Targeting and conditionalities in Mexico: the end of a cash transfer model? 6. Krozer, Alice and Lo Vuolo, Ruben: A Regional Citizen's Income to Reduce Poverty in Central America. Second Part: Citizen's Income and the Latin American Public Agenda 7. Walterberg, Fabio: Are Latin Americans - Brazilians in Particular - Willing to Support an Unconditional Citizen's Income? 8. Pribble, Jennifer: The Politics of Citizen Income Programs in Latin America: Policy Legacies and Party Character. 9. Rodriguez Enriquez, Corina: Should Citizens Income become a goal for feminism in Latin America? 10. Haagh, Louise: Citizen's Income and Democratization in Latin America - A Multi-Institutional Perspective. 11. Gargarella, Roberto: Citizen's Income and the material basis of the Constitution. Epilogue 12. Lo Vuolo, Ruben.