(PR, External Relations and Civil Society, Press Review and Press Officer)
has studied Business Administration with a focus on ethics at the University of Cologne (B.Sc.) and at the RWTH Aachen (M.Sc.). Most recently he worked on the research project “Society after money: a simulation”. As a PhD candidate at FRIBIS he deals with the question, what impact an UBI could have on the Care-Economy. In addition, he is interested in ethical and sociopsychological issues of the UBI.
(IT, Homepage and Web-Design)
studied economics at the University of Freiburg and is a member of the “Basic Income for Peacebuilding” (BIP) team. His dissertation deals with the significance of an unconditional basic income for a market-oriented social system.
(Event and Meeting Management as well as Guest and Lecture Management)
studied ethnology and political science in Freiburg and Heidelberg and is currently doing her PhD on basic income in the context of climate change at FRIBIS. Her project focuses on the relationship between climate justice, mitigation and income in the Global South, particularly in the English-speaking Caribbean.
studied economics at the University of Freiburg and is the managing director of FRIBIS. She is also the coordinator of the “Sanctions-Free” and “Tanah Papua Basic Income for Climate and Nature (Indonesia)” teams. The latter is still being established. Her research focuses on care economics, contract theory, and the relationship between basic income and the public domain.
(Management Assistant (International Issues))
His research focuses on ecological ethics and distributive justice of universal basic income (UBI), sovereign wealth funds (SWFs), guaranteed minimum income, and the public health effects of establishing universal and unconditional income security as evidenced in the Manitoba Mincome experiments. This work also prioritizes inter-generational wealth transfer analysis in the form of preservation of financial and ecological assets for future generations.
studied germanic philology and theatre science at the Free University of Berlin and in Paris. Her Masters in german as a forerign language and cultural exchange she did also in Berlin and Toulouse. Her dissertation focuses on the impact of an UBI on individual learning processes, particularly on self-regulated learning, motivation and choice. She is currently forming a group on UBI and education.
(Experimental and “Empirical Data Analysis” Support (SOEP, SoCoLab, Online Experiments, Surveys), Third Party Funding)
studied psychology at the Albert-Ludwigs-University of Freiburg and supports FRIBIS in the analysis of empirical and experimental data. She focuses on the potential effects of the BGE on cognitive processes by investigating the effects of performance-based and performance-independent rewards.
(Editorial Staff of the FRIBIS Newsletter and Person in Charge of the FRIBIS Youtube Channel)
studied philosophy and literary studies in Freiburg and Barcelona and is team coordinator as well as member of “Participation and Unconditional Basic Income” (P&UBI). He examines the extent to which the UBI as a concept of economic policy is compatible with different political ideologies.