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Comment peut-on défendre un revenu de base ?

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  • Guillaume Allegre

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    (OFCE - OFCE - Sciences Po)

A la suite de la remise des 125 000 signatures réunies par des organisations défendant l'introduction d'un revenu de base, les citoyens suisses se prononceront lors d'un référendum d'initiative populaire sur l'inscription du principe du revenu de base dans la constitution fédérale helvétique. Si le revenu de base, défendu par Vanderborght et Van Parijs (2005) sous le terme allocation universelle, peut prendre plusieurs formes, son principe est d'être versé (1) de manière universelle, d'un montant égal pour tous3, sans contrôle des ressources ou des besoins ; (2) sur une base individuelle et non aux foyers ou ménages ; (3) de façon inconditionnelle, sans exigence de contrepartie (...).

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Date of creation: Dec 2013
Publication status: Published in Les notes du blog, 2013, pp.1-13
Handle: RePEc:hal:journl:hal-00972862
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