We build pilots, design policy, and conduct research on guaranteed income alongside international partners in government, philanthropy, and academia.
The nature of work is changing, and in an era of widening inequality, legacy social safety net programs are inadequate and inefficient. Our society has the resources to raise the standard of living for all people, and the responsibility to find the most just and efficient means.
Since 2016, we’ve worked to study direct cash transfer programs and basic income initiatives in the US and around the world. We have built out a global network of fellows, advisors, and partners that provides a unique view into the variety of ways cash transfer programs can be structured and implemented. Our in-depth white paper series covers disbursement infrastructure, interactions with existing benefits, and optimal guaranteed income design.
Working with us
If you’re interested in working with us, email firstname.lastname@example.org. We primarily partner with policymakers, local government officials (mayors, state representatives and senators, economic development teams within cities, etc), academics, and foundations. We provide research expertise and local insights on all aspects of guaranteed income policy. Our areas of knowledge include pilot and research design, strategy, operationalization, and implementation; assembly of academic advisory boards; consulting on cash transfer legislation, policy, and media; and analysis.