Articles by Ben Spies-Butcher

Ben Spies-Butcher is a Senior Lecturer and Director of the Masters of Policy and Applied Social Research in the Sociology Department at Macquarie University. He has a PhD in Economics from the University of Sydney and his work focuses on the political economy of social policy. Ben is a Research Associate at the Retirement Policy and Research Centre at the University of Auckland, Board member of Shelter NSW and member of the Policy Advisory Group of COTA NSW. His most recent co-authored book is Market Society published with Cambridge University Press. Ben was the Co-Convener of the Australian Greens during the 2013 election.

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Not Just a Basic Income

On the 9th December, 2016, the Green Institute published the paper Can Less Work be More Fair: a discussion paper on Universal Basic Income and Shorter Working Week. As part of this release Green Agenda will be republishing a number of essay from the paper. The second paper we are publishing is from Ben Spies-Butcher, “Not Just a Basic Income“. One... Read More

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