Karl Widerquist

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Books
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Book Reviews

Economic Policy Reports
Articles in the Popular Media
Translations
Newsletters

Total: 98
 

Books

The Ethics and Economics of the Basic Income Guarantee, Karl Widerquist, Michael Anthony Lewis, and Steven Pressman (eds.), Aldershot, UK: Ashgate 2005

Economics for Social Workers: The Application of Economic Theory to Social Policy and the Human Services, Michael Anthony Lewis and Karl Widerquist, New York: Columbia University Press, 2002

Current Project: The Blackwell Anthology of Basic Income,  (co-editor) Oxford, UK: Blackwell


Scholarly Articles and Chapters (peer review, total 1A, indicated by **)


"A Dilemma for Libertarianism" Politics, Philosophy, and Economics (forthcoming) **

The Basic Income Guarantee and the goals of equality, efficiency, and environmentalism” with Michael Lewis in Environment and Employment: A Reconciliation, Philip Lawn (Ed.) London: Routledge (forthcoming)

Libertarianism” in the International Encyclopedia of Public Policy, Volume 3, Phil O’Hara (Ed.) Oxford: Oxford University Press (forthcoming) **

The Bottom Line in a Basic Income ExperimentBasic Income Studies 1 No. 2, December 2006 **

Who Exploits Who?Political Studies 54, No. 3, October 2006, pp. 444-464 **

Launching a Basic Income JournalBasic Income Studies 1, No. 1, Summer 2006

An Efficiency Argument for the Basic Income Guarantee,” with Michael A. Lewis International Journal of Environment, Workplace and Employment 2, No. 1, 2006, pp. 21-43 **

“Discussion” Time for Land Value Tax? Dominic Maxwell and Anthony Vigor (eds.) London: Institute for Public Policy Research, 2005

“Introduction to the Symposium on the Basic Income Guarantee,” with Michael Lewis and Steven Pressman, The Review of Social Economy 63, No. 4, December 2005. Revised version published as “An introduction to the Basic Income Guarantee” in The Ethics and Economics of the Basic Income Guarantee, Widerquist, Lewis, Pressman (eds.), Aldershot: Ashgate, 2005

A Retrospective on the Negative Income Tax Experiments: Looking Back at the Most Innovative Field Studies in Social Policy,” with Robert Levine, Harold Watts, Robinson Hollister, Walter Williams, and Alice O’Connor, in The Ethics and Economics of the Basic Income Guarantee, Widerquist, Lewis, Pressman (eds.), Aldershot: Ashgate, 2005

Does She Exploit or Doesn’t She?” in The Ethics and Economics of the Basic Income Guarantee, Lewis, Pressman, and Widerquist (eds.), Aldershot: Ashgate, 2005

A Failure to Communicate: What (If Anything) Can we Learn from the Negative Income Tax Experiments?the Journal of Socio-Economics 34 No. 1, 2005, pp. 49–81 **

Introduction,” The Journal of Socio-Economics 34, 2005, pp. 1–2

“The Labour Market Findings of the Negative Income Tax Experiments and Their Effects on Policy and Public Opinion,” in Promoting Income Security as a Right: Europe and North America, G. Standing (ed.), London, Anthem Press, 2004, pp. 497–537

Public Choice and Altruism,” the Eastern Economic Journal 29, No. 3, Summer 2003 **

Perspectives on the Guaranteed Income, Part II,” the Journal of Economic Issues 35, No. 4, December 2001 **

Perspectives on the Guaranteed Income, Part Ithe Journal of Economic Issues 35, No. 3, pp. 749–757, September 2001 **

Reciprocity and the Guaranteed Income,” Politics and Society, Volume 33, No. 3, pp. 386–401, September 1999 **

“Redistribution and Reciprocity” in Proceedings of the Pennsylvania Economics Association Annual Meeting, D. Y. Lee (ed.), 1998

Book Reviews

Review of Natural Justice, Ken Binmore, Utilitas (forthcomming)

Review of the Ethics of Stakeholding, Keith Dowding, Jurgen De Wispelaere, and Stuart White, the Citizens Income Newsletter, Issue 2, 2007

Review of Libertarianism Without Inequality, Michael Otsuka, the Citizens Income Newsletter, Issue 1 2005

Review of Work Behavior of the World’s Poor: Theory Evidence and Policy, Mohammed Sharif, the Citizens Income Newsletter, Issue 3, 2004

Review of The Civic Minimum, Stuart White, the Citizens Income Newsletter, 2004 (1)

Review of Real Libertarianism Assessed, Andrew Reeve and Andrew Williams (eds.), the Citizens Income Newsletter, 2004 (1)

Review of Economics as Religion: from Samuelson to Chicago and Beyond, Robert H. Nelson, the Eastern Economic Journal 30, No. 1, 2004

Review of The Political Economy of Inequality, Ackerman, Goodwin, Dougherty, and Gallagher (eds.), the Journal of Economic Issues 35, No. 4, December 2001

Economic Policy Reports

 Business As Usual: How Albany’s “Open Secret” Holds Back Real Progress in School Funding Equity, Educational Priorities Panel, Spring 2002

Castles in the Sand: Why School Overcrowding Remains a Problem in New York City, by Noreen Connell with Karl Widerquist (Appendix Author and Analyst), Educational Priorities Panel, Spring 2002

Academic Intervention Services, New York: The Educational Priorities Panel, Summer 2001

Getting It Right: An Assessment of Several Methods for Calculating Regional School Costs Across New York State, Educational Priorities Panel, April 2001

The Regressive Effect of STAR, Educational Priorities Panel, February 2001

Checkerboard II: An Analysis of Tax Effort, Equalization, And Extraordinary Needs Aid, Educational Priorities Panel, February 2001

Building Aid Short Changes the Big Cities, The Educational Priorities Panel, 2000

Articles in the Popular Media

 Conference Report: The Eleventh BIEN CongressCitizens Income Newsletter Issue 2, 2007

John Maynard Keyens: Economic Possibilities of Our GrandparentsDissent, Winter 2006

The Basic Income Guarantee,” Synthesis/Regeneration 26, Fall 2001

The Money-Making Ethic,” Chronogram Magazine, New Paltz, NY, January 1999

Blaming the Worker,” Chronogram Magazine, January 1998

The Book is Dead,” Cake: The Nonmusic Music Magazine, October 1996

Translations

“Predicciones de Keynes: ‘Las posibilidades económicas de nuestros nietros’ Una visión restrospectiva” Ciudadanos: Critica Política y Propuesta Año 6, No. 10 El Futuro (Invierno de 2006). Traducido por José Villadeamigo, pp. 55-60 de “Economic Possibilities of Our Grandparents” Dissent, Winter 2006

Newsletters

The U.S. Basic Income Guaranteed Network Newsletter, 2000-present. Subscription 600

  47 issues: Volume 1, No. 1 January 2000 – current issue

Summary, the Jerome Levy Economics Institute of Bard College, Subscription 8,000

  12 issues: Volume 6, No. 3, Summer 1997 – Volume 9, No. 3, Summer 2000

Total publications of all kinds: 98