How does the concept of a Net Basic Income (NBI) work, which Bernhard Neumärker presented in Susanne Wiest’s Bundestag petition for a basic income in times of crisis (October 2021)? What can be learned from the discussions with parliamentarians in the Committee on Petitions, and what should we make of the support that the petition received from a considerable section of the population? How could the NBI be transformed into a fully-fledged Basic Income in post-crisis times, and what role could environmental taxes play in financing a UBI?
Together with the UBI activist, Susanne Wiest, the scientists Bianca Blum and Bernhard Neumärker will be presenting the results of their work with an eye to the future. The event will be moderated by Enno Schmidt, and the language will be English. Bernhard Neumärker and Bianca Blum’s contributions will be based in part on two papers they published this summer.
On 07 October 2021 at 6 pm (CEST). Duration: Approx. 90 minutes.
Public event; language: English
Meeting-ID: 690 2653 5825
Bianca Blum: Research Associate at the Götz Werner Chair of Economic Policy and Constitutional Economic Theory (Freiburg University)
Prof. Dr. Bernhard Neumärker: Professor of Economic Policy (Götz Werner Chair), Director of the Department of Economic Policy and Constitutional Economic Theory at Freiburg University and head of FRIBIS.
Susanne Wiest: Basic Income activist and initiator of the petition for a basic income in times of crisis at the German Bundestag (October 2020).
Host and interpreter: Enno Schmidt