International Basic Income Conference Program 170925(Mon) Lisbon

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17 th CONGRESS PROGRAM 25-27 SEPTEMBER 2017, LISBON IMPLEMENTING A BASIC INCOME BIEN CONGRESS BIEN CONGRESS 3

25 September, Monday Assembleia da República, Palácio de S. Bento 8:30 – 12:30 9:00 – 9:30 9:30 – 10:15 10:15 – 10:30 10:30 – 12:30 REGISTRATION WELCOME WORDS AND INTRODUCTION TO THE PROGRAM

Chair: Gonçalo Marcelo (Basic Income – Portugal / University of Coimbra / Católica Porto)

Jorge Lacão (Vice President of the Assembly of the Portuguese Republic) Representative of the Ministry of Labour, Solidarity, and

 

Social Security Sara Bizarro (Basic Income-Portugal / Centre for Ethics, Politics & Society, University of Minho / USBIG) Karl Widerquist (BIEN Vice-Chair, United States) Room: Auditorium “Sala do Senado

” KEYNOTE ADDRESS Chair: Roberto Merrill (Basic Income-Portugal / Centre for Ethics, Politics & Society, University of Minho) Guy Standing (UK), The Charter of the Forest: 800th Anniversary of Basic Income in the Commons Room: Auditorium “Sala do Senado” Session 1 Roundtable A:

 

UBI and Party Politics (in Portuguese) Room: Auditorium “Sala do Senado” Session 2 Distribution, Pre-Distribution and Basic Income Room: Sala 1 da Comissão Parlamentar Session 3 UBI,

Gender Justice, Precariat & Automation Room: Sala 2 da Comissão Parlamentar Session 4 Defining UBI Room: Sala 3 da Comissão Parlamentar REFRESHMENTS PARALLEL SESSIONS Note

: All talks will be presented in English unless otherwise indicated. 4 12:30 – 14:00 14:00 – 15: 45 18:00 – 19:00 15:45 – 16:00 16:00 – 18:00 LUNCH BREAK And PHOTO OF ALL: 12h35

 

on the outside stairs of the National Parliament PLENARY SESSION ON BASIC INCOME EXPERIMENTS Chair: Nazaré da Costa Cabral (CIDEEFF, University of Lisbon)

Evelyn Forget (Canada), Narratives of Change: Contemporary Basic Income Experiments in Four High Income Countries Karen Glass (Canada),

Finding a Better Way: A Basic Income Pilot Project for Ontario Elizabeth Rhodes (Oakland Experiment – USA),

Why Study Basic Income? Joe Huston (GiveDirectly- USA), Basic Income and Cash Transfers in the Developing World:

GiveDirectly’s Experience Room: Auditorium “Sala do Senado” BIEN GENERAL ASSEMBLY MEETING,

Part One Chairs: Louise Haagh (BIEN Chair) and Karl Widerquist (BIEN Vice-Chair) Room: Auditorium “Sala do Senado” REFRESHMENTS Session 5 Roundtable B:

 

Participation Income Room: Auditorium “Sala do Senado” Session 6 UBI, Degrowth & Sustainable Food Systems Room: Sala 1 da Comissão Parlamentar Session 7 UBI for All, Social Security & the Welfare State Room: Sala 2 da Comissão Parlamentar Session 8 UBI and the Digital Economy Room: Anfiteatro 3

 

(floor 4) PARALLEL SESSIONS 5 26 September, Tuesday ISEG – Lisbon School Of Economics & Management, Universidade de Lisboa, Rua do Quelhas 6 8:45 – 12:30 9:00 – 10:30 10:30 – 10:45 10:45 – 12:45 REGISTRATION PLENARY SESSION Welcome words by Professor Mário Caldeira, President of the Lisbon School of Economics & Management

 

Chair: Carlos Farinha Rodrigues (ISEG, University of Lisbon) Philippe Van Parijs (Hoover Chair, Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium),

 

Basic Income and the Future of Work Ronnie Cowan (Scotland, MP),

A Scottish Perspective for Introducing a Basic Income Enno Schmidt (Switzerland/Germany, Basic Income Referendum and Bündnis Grundeinkommen)

 

Review of the Swiss UBI Referendum and What to Learn from It; Basic Income in the USA, China, Taiwan, Japan, Experiences & Cosima Kern (Germany, Bündnis Grundeinkommen) The Basic Income Party in Germany at the Bundestag Election Room:

 

Auditorium Caixa Geral de Depósitos (CGD) Session 9 Roundtable C: UBI and Conditional Transfers (in Portuguese) Room: Auditorium Caixa Geral de Depósitos (CGD) (floor 2) Session 10 Communicating About UBI Room: Auditorium 2 (floor 2) Session 11 UBI, System Dynamics & Efficiency Room: Auditorium 3 (floor 2) Session 12 Funding UBI Room:

SANTANDERTOTTA (floor 3) REFRESHMENTS PARALLEL SESSIONS 6 12:45 – 14:00 16:00 – 16:15 LUNCH BREAK REFRESHMENTS 10:45 – 12:45 14:00 – 16:00 Session 13 UBI and the Welfare State Room: Sala 3 da Comissão Parlamentar Session 14 UBI, Peer-Production, Employment & Time Sharing Experiment in Bilbao Room: Anfiteatro 1 (floor 4) Session 15 Roundtable D: UBI from a Corporate Perspective Room: Auditorium Caixa Geral de Depósitos (CGD) Session 16 Roundtable E: Keeping Women, Poverty and Welfare Rights Room:

 

Auditorium 2 (floor 2) Session 17 UBI in Guatemala, Australia & Bilbao Room: Auditorium 3 (floor 2) Session 18 UBI, Job Guaranteed or Guaranteed Income? Room: SANTANDERTOTTA (floor 3) Session 19 UBI, Happiness, Freedom & Exclusion Room: Anfiteatro 3 (floor 4) Session 20 UBI, Capitalism & Exploitation Room: Anfiteatro 1 (floor 4) PARALLEL SESSIONS PARALLEL SESSIONS 16:15 – 18:15 Session 21 Roundtable F:

 

Basic Income and Commonfare Room: Auditorium Caixa Geral de Depósitos (CGD) (floor 2) PARALLEL SESSIONS 7 16:15 – 18:15 Session 22 Roundtable G: Keeping Women, Poverty and Welfare Rights (cont.) Room: Auditorium 2 (floor 2) Session 23 The Political Economy of UBI Room: Auditorium 3 (floor 2) Session 24 Ideologies and Politics of UBI Room: SANTANDERTOTTA (floor 3) Session 25 UBI,

 

Democracy and Human Rights Room: Anfiteatro 3 (floor 4) Session 26 UBI in Brazil Room: Anfiteatro 1(floor 4) PARALLEL SESSIONS 18:15 – 19:15 19:30 – 21:00 PLENARY SESSION Chair: Gilda Farrell (ex-Head of the Social Cohesion, Research and Early Warning Division at the Council of Europe) Lena Stark (Sweden, Basic Income Party), Basic Income, Let’s Vote It In! Ping Xu (Taiwan UBI), Preparatory Stage of a Pilot Program in Taiwan Masahiko Yamada (Japan), Implementation of Basic Income in Japan Room: Auditorium Caixa Geral de Depósitos (CGD) Screening of “Free Lunch Society” Documentary & Debate Chair: Jorge Pinto (Basic Income-Portugal / Centre for Ethics, Politics & Society, Univ. of Minho) Debaters: Christian Tod (Austria), Sara Bizarro (Portugal/ USA) & Scott Santens (USA) Room: Auditorium Caixa Geral de Depósitos (CGD) 19:15 – 19:30 REFRESHMENTS 8 27 September, Wednesday ISEG – Lisbon School Of Economics & Management, Universidade de Lisboa, Rua do Quelhas 6 8:45 – 12:30 9:00 – 11:00 REGISTRATION Session 27 Roundtable H: UBI, the Future of the Welfare State and the Left (in Portuguese) Room: Auditorium Caixa Geral de Depósitos (CGD) Session 28 Pilot Projects in Mexico City, Korea, Germany & Finland Room: Auditorium 2 (floor 2) Session 29 UBI & Poverty Room: Auditorium 3 (floor 2) Session 30 UBI and the Future of Work Room: SANTANDERTOTTA (floor 3) Session 31 UBI, Work & Dignity Room: Anfiteatro 3 (floor 4) Session 32 UBIE Workshop: How Can Basic Income Activism and Research Support Each Other? Room: Sala 306 (floor 3) PARALLEL SESSIONS 11:00 – 11:15 12:30 – 13:45 REFRESHMENTS LUNCH BREAK 11:15 – 12:30 BIEN AFFILIATES PLENARY SESSION Chair: Jenna Van Draanen (BIEN Outreach Coordinator) Room: Auditorium Caixa Geral de Depósitos (CGD) 9 15:45 – 16:00 17:15 – 17:30 17:30 – 19:30 13:45 – 15:45 16:00 – 17:00 17:00 – 17:15 REFRESHMENTS REFRESHMENTS BIEN GENERAL ASSEMBLY MEETING, Part Two Chairs: Louise Haagh (BIEN Chair, United Kingdom) and Karl Widerquist (BIEN Vice-Chair, United States) Room: Auditorium Caixa Geral de Depósitos (CGD) PARALLEL SESSIONS Session 33 Film Projection: Rena Masuyama (Japan) will show her film about Universal Basic Income Room: Auditorium Caixa Geral de Depósitos (CGD) Session 34 Workshop for Addressing Issues Facing Basic Income Networks Around the World Room: Auditorium 2 (floor 2) Session 35 RBI, Pobreza e Trabalho no Brasil (in Portuguese) Room: Auditorium 3 (floor 2) Session 36 Implement-ing an UBI Room: SANTANDERTOTTA (floor 3) Session 37 UBI and Its Effects on Work Room: Anfiteatro 3 (floor 4) PLENARY SESSION Chair: Philippe Van Parijs (Hoover Chair, UCLouvain) Eduardo Suplicy (Brazil), The great challenge: how to finance and implement UBI in Portugal and in Brazil? Francisco Louçã (Portugal), Is the universal basic income feasible and an adequate social strategy for fairness? Room: Auditorium Caixa Geral de Depósitos (CGD) CLOSING WORDS Chair: Karl Widerquist (BIEN Vice-Chair) Jurgen De Wispelaere, 2018 conference organizer, “Preview of the 2018 BIEN Congress (Finland)” Louise Haagh (BIEN Chair, United Kingdom), “Closing Reflections & Announcements” Room: Auditorium Caixa Geral de Depósitos (CGD) 10 September 25 Assembleia da República, Palácio de S. Bento Content Of The Parallel Sessions Session 1 (“Sala do Senado”) Roundtable A: UBI and Party Politics (in Portuguese) Chair: Gonçalo Marcelo (Basic Income – Portugal / Univ. Coimbra / Católica Porto) Luísa Álvares (LIVRE), André Silva (PAN), Hugo Mendes (PS), Rita Rato [TBC] (PCP), Representative of PSD [TBC], Representative of BE [TBC]. Session 2 (Sala 1 da Comissão Parlamentar) Distribution, Pre-Distribution and Basic Income Chair: Borja Barragué Calvo (University Autónoma of Madrid and Red Renta Básica) i. David Casassas (University of Barcelona and Red Renta Básica) – PreDistribution, Basic Income, and the Institutions of a Free-Choosers Society ii. Simon Birnbaum (Institute for Future Studies-Stockholm University) and Jurgen De Wispelaere (Independent Social Research FoundationUniversity of Bath) – The Exit Trap: Is Basic Income an Acceptable Way Out for Republicans? iii. José Luis Rey Pérez (University Pontificia Comillas and Red Renta Básica) – Pre-Distribution, Post-Distribution, Tax Policy and Basic Income iv. Bru Laín (Faculty of Economics, University of Barcelona) – Workfare, Labour Markets, and Distributive Justice: The Case of Common Property and Basic Income Session 3 (Sala 2 da Comissão Parlamentar ) UBI, Gender Justice, Precariat & Automation Chair: Troy Henderson (University of Sydney) i. Zuzana Uhde (Institute of Sociology, Czech Academy of Sciences) – Preconditions of Gender Equality: Combining Universal Basic Income with a Public Model of Care ii. David Chaplin (Northwest Nazarene University) – Universal Basic Income and the Blossoming of the “Academic Precariat” in the United States iii. Tyler Prochazka (UBI Taiwan) – Taiwan’s Economic Future: Automation & Basic Income PARALLEL SESSIONS 1 to 4 (10:30 – 12:30) September 25 Assembleia da República, Palácio de S. Bento 11 Session 4 (Sala 3 da Comissão Parlamentar) Defining UBI Chair: Ronnie Cowan (Scotland, MP) i. Malcolm Torry (Citizen’s Income Trust and London School of Economics) – What’s a Definition? And How Should We Define “Basic Income”? ii. Andrea Fumagalli (Basic Income Network – Italy, University of Pavia) – The Correct Definition of Basic Income as Primary Income: Remuneration of Life in Bio-Cognitive Capitalism iii. Leire Rincón García (University of Barcelona) – Citizen Preferences Towards Basic Income Policy iv. Miranda Fleischer (University of San Diego Law School) – Atlas Nods: The Libertarian Case for a Basic Income Session 5 (“Sala do Senado”) Roundtable B: Participation Income: Avenue or Roadblock to the Basic Income Society? Chair: Carlos Farinha Rodrigues (ISEG) Jurgen De Wispelaere (Independent Social Research Foundation/University of Bath), Heikki Hiilamo (University of Helsinki), Kathrin Komp (University of Helsinki), Cristian Pérez (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile), Almaz Zelleke (NYU Shanghai) Session 6 (Sala 1 da Comissão Parlamentar) UBI, Degrowth & Sustainable Food Systems Chair: Andreia Saavedra (Linking Landscape, Environment, Agriculture and Food, ISA) i. Michael W. Howard (University of Maine) – Basic Income and Degrowth ii. Elena Ambühl, Nicole Teke and Aurélie Hampel (MFRB – Mouvement Français por un Revenu de Base) – Considering Basic Income Through the Lens of Agriculture: An Innovative Food Policy Measure to Support Fairer and More Sustainable Food Systems iii. Lynn Johnson and Peter Lanius (Nature Needs More, Australia) – Can a Basic Income Stop the Illegal Wildlife Trade? iv. Jorge Pinto (Centre for Ethics, Politics & Society, University of Minho) – Environmental versus Ecological Basic Income PARALLEL SESSIONS 5 to 8 (16:00 – 18:00) 12 Session 7 (Sala 2 da Comissão Parlamentar) UBI for All, Social Security & the Welfare State Chair: Malcolm Torry (Citizen’s Income Trust and London School of Economics) i. Rasmus Schjoedt (Development Pathways, UK) – Pathways to Universal Basic Incomes: The Political Economy of Social Security in Low- and Middle Income Countries ii. Ina Hallström (Stockholm University) – A Feminist and Crip Perspective: Embodying Austerity Politics in the Swedish Welfare State iii. Rui P. Fonseca (Direcção Geral da Segurança Social – MTSS, Portugal) – The Relation between Basic Income and Other Welfare State Benefits iv. Peter Brake – Implementation of Basic Income Session 8 (Sala 3 da Comissão Parlamentar) UBI and the Digital Economy Chair: João Vasco Gama (Nova University) i. Ville-Veikko Pulkka (University of Helsinki, Faculty of Social Sciences) – A Free Lunch with Robots – Can a Basic Income Stabilise the Digital Economy? ii. Julio Andrade (The Ethics Institute, South Africa) – Implementing a Basic Income: An Income Stream Through a Reconceptualization of Data iii. Charles Shereda – The Modern Talent: An Earth-Backed Democratic Digital Currency System Parallel Session 9 (Auditorium Caixa Geral de Depósitos) Roundtable C: UBI and Conditional Transfers (in Portuguese) Chair: Nazaré Cabral (CIDEEFF, University of Lisbon) Gilda Farrell (Ex-Head of the Social Cohesion, Research and Early Warning Division at the Council of Europe), Carlos Farinha Rodrigues (ISEG), André Barata (UBI). PARALLEL SESSIONS 5 to 8 (16:00 – 18:00) PARALLEL SESSIONS 9 to 14 (10:45 – 12:45) September 26 ISEG – Lisbon School of Economics & Management, Universidade de Lisboa, Rua do Quelhas 6 13 Parallel Session 10 (Room: Auditorium 2 [floor 2]) Communicating about UBI Chair: Ronnie Cowan (Scotland, MP) i. Jenna van Draanen (Basic Income Canada Network / University of California, Los Angeles) – Trends in Basic Income Discussions on Social Media Platforms from 2016-2017 ii. Lowell Manning (President of Basic Income New Zealand Incorporated) – Strategies of Communication in the Implementation of Basic Income in New Zealand and its Relationship with the Existing Income Support Structure iii. Alexander de Roo (BIEN Netherlands) – Campaign to Get Basic Income in the Dutch Government Program iv. Seán Healy (Social Justice Ireland) and Brigid Reynolds (Social Justice Ireland) – The Politics of Basic Income – A Case Study Parallel Session 11 (Room: Auditorium 3 [floor 2]) UBI, System Dynamics & Efficiency Chair: André Coelho (UBI-Portugal) i. Boyd Cohen (EADA Business School / Universitat de Vic) and Xavier Ferras (Universitat de Vic) – From Michael Porter to Jane Jacobs: Reflections on Innovation Ecosystems, Welfare and Basic Income ii. Nathan Parker (Rice University, Houston) – Basic Income Against the Competition iii. Anthony S. Cristiano – Efficiency Aspects of Basic Income Parallel Session 12 (Room: SANTANDERTOTTA [floor 3]) Funding UBI Chair: David Casassas (University of Barcelona and Red Renta Básica) i. Julio Linares (National Cheng Chi University, Taiwan) – Funding Basic Income: Finance and the Counter-Movement ii. Geoff Crocker – Overcoming the Objection of Affordability of Basic Income – A Radical View iii. Pablo Fernández del Castillo – Basic Income in Complementary Currency: Thinking Outside the Box iv. Stanislas Jourdan (Positive Money) – Can Helicopter Money Lead to Basic Income in Europe? 14 Parallel Session 13 (Room: Anfiteatro 3 [floor 4]) UBI and the Welfare State Chair: Geoff Crocker i. Sandra Lima Coelho (CEGE, Católica Porto Business School / IS-FLUP, Universidade do Porto) and Gonçalo Marcelo (CECH, Univ. de Coimbra / Católica Porto Business School) – Universal Basic Income and the Fundamental Tasks of the State ii. Jurgen De Wispelaere (University of Bath/Independent Social Research Foundation) and Luke Martinelli (University of Bath) – A New Universalism? Varieties of Basic Income and Welfare State Reform iii. Antti Halmetojja (University of Tampere) – The Finnish Welfare State and Basic Income: Is it a Match? iv. Otto Lehto (King’s College London) – Basic Income as Private Property – But Whose, and Why? The Utilitarian-Libertarian Case for Granting Private Property to All Parallel Session 14 (Room: Anfiteatro 1 [floor 4]) UBI, Peer-Production, Employment & Time Sharing Experiment in Bilbao Chair: Troy Henderson (University of Sydney) i. Katarzyna Gajewska (Independent scholar, Strasbourg) – The Future of Work in a Basic Income and Post-Employment System: The Scenario of Peer Production ii. João Vasco Gama (Nova University) – Redistributive Impacts of UBI and the UBI Amount iii. Leire Rincon and Angel Elias (UBI Bilbao) – Labour Time Sharing Pilot Project Experience Within Social and Solidary Economy Business Parallel Session 15 (Auditorium Caixa Geral de Depósitos) Roundtable D: UBI from a Corporate Perspective Chair: André Macedo (RTP) João Ricardo Moreira (Administrador empresa cotada), (Core Capital Partners) Martim Avillez Figueiredo, Philippe Van Parijs (Hoover Chair, UCL) PARALLEL SESSIONS 9 to 14 (10:45 – 12:45) PARALLEL SESSIONS 15 to 20 (14:00 – 16:00) 15 Parallel Session 16 (Room: Auditorium 2 [floor 2]) Roundtable E: Keeping Women, Poverty and Welfare Rights at the Heart of a Basic Income Movement Chairs: Maria Wong (Vancouver Rape Relief and Women’s Shelter), Ann Withorn (University of Massachusetts, Boston, Professor Emeritus) and Barb Jacobson (UBIE) Felicia Kornbluh (University of Vermont), Brandy Moore (Canadian Singer and Songwriter, Basic Income Women Action Group), Toru Yamamori (Doshisha University, Kyoto), Kaori Katada (Hosei University, Tokyo), Sabine Heissner (Basic Income Women Action Group), Lina Coelho (CES, University of Coimbra & FEUC) Parallel Session 17 (Room: Auditorium 3 [floor 2]) UBI in Guatemala & Australia Chair: Jorge Pinto (Centre for Ethics, Politics & Society, University of Minho) i. Julio Linares, Rodrigo Carbonell and Hugo Rodas (National Cheng Chi University, Taiwan) – Guatemalan Basic Income Sovereign Fund ii. Troy Henderson (University of Sydney) – Pathways to an Australian Basic Income iii. John Tomlinson (Basic Income Guarantee Australia) – When Will the BIG Wheel turn? Basic Income in Australia iv. Jennifer Mays (School of Public Health and Social Work, Faculty of Health, Queensland University of Technology) – Potentials for Transitioning to Basic Income Implementation in Australia Parallel Session 18 (Room: SANTANDERTOTTA [floor 3]) UBI, Job Guaranteed or Guaranteed Income? Chair: Gilda Farrell (ex-Head of the Social Cohesion, Research and Early Warning Division at the Council of Europe) i. Benjamin M. Leff (American University Washington College of Law) – Universal Basic Income in the United States: Three Compromise Proposals ii. Maciej Szlinder (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland) – Basic Income Versus Job Guarantee: Economic and Philosophical Analysis iii. José A. Noguera (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona) – Universal Basic Income or Guaranteed Income? The Political Debate in Spain iv. Nicholas B. King (McGill University) and Jurgen De Wispelaere (Independent Social Research Foundation-University of Bath) – “Just Give Cash”: Basic Income as a Default Policy Option (in Public Health) 16 Parallel Session 19 (Room: Anfiteatro 3 [floor 4]) UBI, Happiness, Freedom & Exclusion Chair: Borja Barragué Calvo (University Autónoma of Madrid and Red Renta Básica) i. Lisa Perrone (Western Sydney University), Margaret H. Vickers (Western Sydney University) and Debra Jackson (Oxford Brookes University) – Introducing Financial Freedom: What It Can Teach Us about Basic Income ii. Neil Howard (University of Antwerp) – Basic Income and the Contemporary Anti-Slavery Movement iii. Robert Ulmer – Exclusion and Threat as a Societal Intention iv. Bastiaan Meinders – Basic Income and the Epistemic Problem of Happiness Parallel Session 20 (Room: Anfiteatro 1 [floor 4]) UBI, Capitalism & Exploitation Chair: Guy Standing (SOAS University of London) i. Annamaria Artner (King Sigismund University, Budapest) – Unconditional Basic Income within the Framework of Capitalism ii. Vladimir Simakov – UBI: a Lifeline for Capitalism or an Agent of Disruption? iii. Hikmet Gülçin Beken (Gumushane University, Turkey) – Is Basic Income a New Way to Save 21st Century Capitalism or Not? iv. Dimitrios Efthymiou (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main) – Transnational Exploitation in the EU: A Case for Combining Access to Welfare Rights with a Basic Income? Parallel Session 21 (Auditorium Caixa Geral de Depósitos) Roundtable F: Basic Income and Commonfare Chair: Lídia Martins (Basic Income-Portugal) Andrea Fumagalli (BIEN EC & Bin-Italia), Gilda Farrell (ex-Head of the Social Cohesion, Research and Early Warning Division at the Council of Europe), Maurizio Teli (MITI Madeira),Waldir Pimenta (Basic Income-Portugal) PARALLEL SESSIONS 15 to 20 (14:00 – 16:00) PARALLEL SESSIONS 21 to 26 (16:15 – 18:15) 17 Parallel Session 22 (Room: Auditorium 2 [floor 2]) Roundtable G: Keeping Women, Poverty and Welfare Rights at the Heart of a Basic Income Movement (cont.) Chairs: Maria Wong (Vancouver Rape Relief and Women’s Shelter), Ann Withorn (University of Massachusetts, Boston, Professor Emeritus) and Barb Jacobson (UBIE) Felicia Kornbluh (University of Vermont), Brandy Moore (Canadian Singer and Songwriter, Basic Income Women Action Group), Toru Yamamori (Doshisha University, Kyoto), Kaori Katada (Hosei University, Tokyo), Sabine Heissner (Basic Income Women Action Group), Lina Coelho (CES, University of Coimbra & FEUC) Parallel Session 23 (Room: Auditorium 3 [floor 2]) The Political Economy of UBI Chair: Ugo Gentilini (World Bank) i. Joe Chrisp (University of Bath) and Jurgen De Wispelaere (Independent Social Research Foundation-University of Bath) – Political Economy of Basic Income ii. Karl Widerquist (SFS-Qatar / Georgetown University) – The Political Economy of Basic Income Trials iii. Thomas Wells (Tilburg University) – Just Give Money to the Poor: The Case for a Global Basic Income iv. Gaspard Koenig (Sciences-Po Paris / GenerationLibre Think-Tank) – Why It Is Time to Disagree Parallel Session 24 (Room: SANTANDERTOTTA [floor 3]) Ideologies and Politics of UBI Chair: Guy Standing (SOAS University of London) i. Almaz Zelleke (NYU Shanghai) – Is Basic Income Capitalist, Socialist, or Something Else? ii. Télémaque Masson (EHESS, Paris) – The Politics of Unconditionality iii. Liz Fouksman (Harvard University) and Elise Klein (University of Melbourne) – Radical Transformation or a Technological Intervention? Critical Engagements in Implementing a Basic Income iv. Reimund Acker (Netzwerk Grundeinkommen) – Basic Income and Political Parties in Germany Parallel Session 25 (Room: Anfiteatro 3 [floor 4]) UBI, Democracy and Human Rights Chair: António Baptista (Centre for Ethics, Politics & Society, Univ. of Minho) i. Leticia Morales (Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata) – The Democratic Case for a Robust Right to Income 18 ii. Rados Vidakovic – In What Way does Basic Income Support Democracy? A Revelation of Its Mechanism iii. Sonja Scherndl (STWR – Share the World’s Resources) – Article 25 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Universal Basic Income iv. Tadashi Okanouchi (Faculty of Social Sciences, HOSEI University, Tokyo, Japan) – Global Basic Income or Human Heritage Dividend Parallel Session 26 (Room: Anfiteatro 1 [floor 4]) UBI in Brazil Chair: Jorge Pinto (Centre for Ethics, Politics & Society, University of Minho) i. Eduardo Suplicy (BIEN Co-President of Honor) – The Construction of a Fair and Civilized Country: The Perspective of the transition from “Bolsa Família” to the “Renda Básica de Cidadania” ii. Leandro Teodoro Ferreira (Federal University of ABC, Brazil) – From Bolsa Família to Basic Income iii. Maria Ozanira da Silva e Silva (Universidade Federal do Maranhão) and Valéria Ferreira Santos de Almada Lima (Universidade Federal do Maranhão) – The Political and Economic Conjuncture in Brazil Post Lula’s and Dilma’s Governments: A Step Back in the Direction of Implantation of a Basic Income in Brazil iv. Thiago Santos Rocha (Faculdade de Direito, Universidade de Lisboa) – Basic Income of Citizenship in Brazil: The Difference Between Establishing and Implementing It PARALLEL SESSIONS 21 to 26 (16:15 – 18:15) PARALLEL SESSIONS 27 to 32 (9:00 – 11:00) Parallel Session 27 (Auditorium Caixa Geral de Depósitos) Roundtable H: UBI, The Future of the Welfare State and the Left (in Portuguese) Chair: Hugo Mendes José Neves (Nova University), Francisco Guerreiro (PAN), Daniel Oliveira, Manuel Carvalho da Silva (CES, University of Coimbra) September 27 ISEG – Lisbon School of Economics & Management, Universidade de Lisboa, Rua do Quelhas 6 19 Parallel Session 28 (Room: Auditorium 2 [floor 2]) Pilot Projects in Mexico City, Korea, Germany & Finland Chair: Soomi Lee (University of La Verne) i. Pablo Yanez – Mexico City’s Constitution: A Step Forward Towards Basic Income ii. Jaeseop Kim (Tio Su-ki Project, Deajeon, Korea) – Basic Income Pilot Project by Korean Youth: Imagine Another World iii. Jurgen De Wispelaere (University of Bath/Independent Social Research Foundation), Johanna Perkiö (University of Tampere), Lindsay Stirton (University of Sussex), Navajyoti Samanta (University of Sheffield) – Modelling Policy Attention and Political Support for Basic Income in Finland, 1979-2016 iv. Christian Lichtenberg and Katarina Huth (Mein Grundeinkommen) – Introduction to “My Basic Income” Experiment in Germany Parallel Session 29 (Room: Auditorium 3 [floor 2]) UBI & Poverty Chair: Ronnie Cowan (Scotland, MP) i. Laura Bannister and Paul Harnett (World Basic Income) – Basic Income Beyond Borders: How a Worldwide Basic Income Could Tackle Global Inequality and End Extreme Poverty ii. Annie Miller – A New Poverty Benchmark for Basic Income Scheme iii. Sandra Miller (Democracy Earth Foundation) – Solving Basic Income’s Most Intractable Problem of Secure Distributio iv. Télémaque Masson (EHESS, Paris) – Towards an Answer to the Question: What is Basic Income ? Parallel Session 30 (Room: SANTANDERTOTTA [floor 3]) UBI and the Future of Work Chair: José Luis Rey Pérez (University Pontificia Comillas and Red Renta Básica) i. Anikó Vida (University of Szeged) – With or Without Work? The Dilemmas Surrounding Basic Income from the Perspective of Full Citizenship ii. Leen Scholiers (SMart Cooperative) – The Future of Work and Technological Unemployment iii. Jean-Philippe Martin – Mitigating Technological Unemployment Through Shared Work iv. Helen Blakeman – Utopia of the Zero Hour Contract 20 Parallel Session 31 (Room: Anfiteatro 3 [floor 4]) UBI, Work & Dignity Chair: André Barata (University of Beira Interior) i. György Palffy (Hungarian Unconditional Basic Income Association) – Freedom or Slavery Through Work? ii. Eugenio R. Borrallo (Podemos) – Basic Income as a Tool to Dignify the Work of Landless Peasants iii. André Gal Mountian (Universidade de São Paulo) – I, Daniel Blake and Basic Income iv. Matheus Gama Correia (Federal Prosecutor in Brazilian Labour Law) – Universal Basic Income: An Alternative to the Submission of the Individual to Subordinate Work Parallel Session 32 (Room: Sala 306 [floor 3]) Chair: Anja Askeland UBIE Workshop: How Can Basic Income Activism and Research Support Each Other? PARALLEL SESSIONS 27 to 32 (9:00 – 11:00) PARALLEL SESSIONS 33-38 (13:45 – 15:45) Parallel Session 33 (Auditorium Caixa Geral de Depósitos) Chair: Enno Schmidt Film Projection: Rena Masuyama (Japan) will show her film about Universal Basic Income Parallel Session 34 (Room: Auditorium 2 [floor 2]) Chairs: Jenna van Draanen and Peter Brake Workshop for Addressing Issues Facing Basic Income Networks Around the World Parallel Session 35 (Room: Auditorium 3 [floor 2]) RBI, Pobreza e Trabalho no Brasil (in Portuguese) Chair: Eduardo Suplicy (BIEN Co-President of Honor) i. Marcela Ribeiro de Albuquerque (UENP, Brasil), Rogério Mendonça Martins (UENP, Brasil) – Políticas Governamentais de Inclusão Produtiva para a Redução da Pobreza no Brasil ii. Thaís Amanda Silvestre (UENP, Brasil), Carla Maria Freres Stipp (UEL, Brasil), e Marcela Ribeiro de Albuquerque (UENP, Brasil) – Aspectos do Processo de Terceirização no Direito Trabalhista Brasileiro: Precarização de Direitos Fundamentais 21 iii. Marcelo Lessa (CEO Lessa Consultoria) – Um Passo à Frente: Ferramenta Econômica Acelerando a Transformação Socia Parallel Session 36 (Room: SANTANDERTOTTA [floor 3]) Implementing an UBI Chair: Philippe Van Parijs (Hoover Chair, UCLouvain) i. Bonno Pel (Université Libre de Bruxelles) and Julia Backhaus (Maastricht University) – Realizing Basic Income: Shifting Claims to Expertise in Basic Income Advocacy ii. Marek Hrubec (Institute of Philosophy, Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague) – Implementation of Basic Income within Models of Economic Democracy iii. Roderick Lim (www.kreytor.org/) -– Learning from Human Behaviors and Past Basic Income Experiences iv. Matthias Fechner (Cusanus University College, Germany) – Liberating Minds – Economic Education as Key to an Unconditional Basic Income Parallel Session 37 (Room: Anfiteatro 3 [floor 4]) UBI and Its Effects on Work Chair: Jorge Félix Cardoso (University of Minho) i. Gunmin Yi (Seoul National University) – The Effects of Basic Income on Labour Supply ii. George Bangham (Barcelona GSE) – Universal Basic Income and Work Incentives: Why It Matters that Government Cannot Credibly Commit to a UBI Ad Infinitum iii. Ana Helena Cavalcante (University of Freiburg) and Bernhard Neumärker (University of Freiburg) – The Microeconomic Effects of UBI on Time Allocation RBIP – ASSOCIAÇÃO PELO RENDIMENTO BÁSICO INCONDICIONAL PORTUGAL SEDE: RUA AZEDO GNECO, N. 10, 2 DTO. 1350-035 LISBOA CONTACTO: rbiport@gmail.com

 

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