Stewart Lansley is a visiting fellow at London’s City University and at the University of Bristol. He has written widely on inequality, wealth, poverty and austerity, and is the author of A Universal Basic Income: An Idea Whose Time Has Come? ( with Howard Reed ), Compass, 2016. He is also the author of A Sharing Economy, How Social Wealth Funds Can Tackle Inequality and Help Balance the Books, Policy Press, 2016, Breadline Britain, Oneworld , 2015 ( with Jo Mack ) and the Cost of Inequality, Gibson Square, 2011.
On July 25th 2019 Stewart Lansley and Anna Coote discussed the conflicting and complementary aspects of Universal Basic Services and Basic Income. Watch the full event below.