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About Almaz Zelleke

My research and writing over the last several years has focused on an examination of arguments for an unconditional basic income. I began this work as doctoral student in political science at Harvard University. I received my degree in 2008. My dissertation is titled "Radical Pluralism: Arguments for an Unconditional Basic Income in the United States." My current focus is on developing a feminist theory of justice, in which I believe a basic income plays a crucial role.


Present Director of Academic Affairs, The New School for General Studies, The New School

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