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Daniel Raventós

Daniel Raventós has a PhD in Economics and is a lecturer in the Department of Sociological Theory, Philosophy of Law and Social Science Methodology. University of Barcelona, Spain.

He is a founding member of the international review of political thought, Sin Permiso ( and is currently president of the Red Renta Básica (RRB), a section of the Basic Income Earth Network, and coordinator of the of this association's website (

Daniel is also a member of the ATTAC Scientific Council and of the International Board of the Basic Income Earth Network (BIEN).

He has written extensively on basic income, republicanism and social theory, including the books, El derecho a la existencia (The Right to Exist) (1999, Barcelona: Ariel) and Basic Income: The Material Conditions of Freedom (2007, London: Pluto Press).

From indignation to citizen rescue plan: the first year of 15 May Movement
International - 5/06/2012 - 1 comment
Worldwide concentration of wealth: what the figures say
Economics - 29/10/2010 - 29 comments
Postmodernism, pseudosciences, religion and the left
Society - 19/03/2010 - 33 comments
Basic Income: good in the boom, essential in the crisis
July 2009 Feature - 16/07/2009 - 1 comment
Oil in troubled waters - funding a Basic Income for East Timor
International - 2/07/2004

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