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Basic Income Studies is pleased to announce the publication of BIS Vol. 4, Issue 1. BIS back issues are available for free sampling at http://www.bepress.com/bis. Browse for the volume and issue on the bottom-right menu, click the required article and follow the instructions to get free guest access to all BIS publications.

CONTENTS OF VOL. 4, ISSUE 1

RESEARCH ARTICLES

“Basic Income or Caretaker Benefits?”

Amy L. Wax, University of Pennsylvania Law School

http://www.bepress.com/bis/vol4/iss1/art3

“A Universal Basic Income: Theory and Practice in the Israeli Case”

Miki Malul, Ben Gurion University

John Gal, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Miriam Greenstein, Taub Center for Social Policy Studies in Israel

http://www.bepress.com/bis/vol4/iss1/art4

“A Universal Basic Pension for Europe’s Elderly: Options and Pitfalls”

Tim Goedemé, Fund for Scientific Research – Flanders (FWO), and University of Antwerp

Wim Van Lancker, University of Antwerp

http://www.bepress.com/bis/vol4/iss1/art5

BOOK REVIEWS

Review of Brian Steensland, “The Failed Welfare Revolution: America’s Struggle over Guaranteed

Income Policy” Cristian Pérez Muñoz, Washington University in Saint Louis

http://www.bepress.com/bis/vol4/iss1/art6

Review of Karl Widerquist, Michael Anthony Lewis and Steven Pressman (eds.), “The Ethics and Economics of the Basic Income Guarantee” Richard K. Caputo, Yeshiva University

http://www.bepress.com/bis/vol4/iss1/art7

Review of Pete Alcock, “Understanding Poverty” John J. Hisnanick, U.S. Census Bureau & U.S. Naval Academy

http://www.bepress.com/bis/vol4/iss1/art8

To submit your next paper to Basic Income Studies, visit http://www.bepress.com/bis, and click “Submit Manuscript”. If you like to discuss your contribution informally, contact editors Jurgen De Wispelaere or Karl Widerquist at bis-editors@bepress.com.

BIS is published by The Berkeley Electronic Press (bepress), sponsored by Red Renta Básica (RRB), the Basic Income Earth Network (BIEN) and the Spanish Instituto de Estudios Fiscales (IEF), and supported by the US Basic Income Guarantee Network (USBIG).