Unconditional Basic Income and Care Revolution: Why we can’t have one without the other

Since the 1970s, feminists have been developing and discussing political, philosophical and economic alternatives under the heading of »care,« thereby putting life and sustaining life at the center of economic analysis. They have been criticizing the exclusion of unpaid care work from consideration in most economic theories, although this work is about 50 percent of all work necessary in society.

Although the “crisis of social reproduction” they have described is inextricably linked with other dimensions of the crisis, the issue has still not gained public awareness as such.

Most feminist economists agree to the fact that the reorganization of Care activities […]

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