Changing circumstances and new basic premises: turning the affordability and feasibility relationship on its head: a reply to ‘The big tax hikes that make UBI “affordable” could be used to cut poverty in more targeted ways’ by Donald Hirsch1

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Howard Robert Reed Landman Economics, UK

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Matthew Thomas Johnson Northumbria University, UK

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Stewart Lansley University of Bristol, UK

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Graham Stark Open University and Virtual Worlds, UK

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Kate E. Pickett University of York, UK

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  • Hirsch, D. (2023) The big tax hikes that make UBI ‘affordable’ could be used to cut poverty in more targeted ways, Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, 31(1): 1635, doi: 10.1332/175982721X16702576209751.

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  • Johnson, M., Johnson, E. and Nettle, D. (2022) Are ‘red wall’ constituencies really opposed to progressive policy? Examining the impact of materialist narratives for Universal Basic Income, British Politics, doi: 10.1057/s41293-022-00220-z.

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  • Johnson, M., Johnson, E., Webber, L.F., Reed, H. and Wildman, J. (2021) Modelling the size, cost and health impacts of Universal Basic Income, Health Services and Outcomes Research Methodology, 45976, doi: 10.1007/s10742-021-00246-8.

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  • Reed, H., Johnson, M.T., Lansley, S., Johnson, E.A., Stark, G. and Pickett, K.E. (2023) Universal Income is affordable and feasible: evidence from UK micro-economic modelling, Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, 31(1): 14662, doi: 10.1332/175982721X16702368352393.

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