Basic Income

Also known as Universal Basic Income (UBI), Basic Income is a regular income paid unconditionally to every individual person.

The economy will not produce what people lack the money to buy. Basic Income gives them the money.


Money gives people access to the economy's resources.

The way we get people their money is broken. We over-stimulate the financial sector to push money to workers through jobs.

Basic Income is a sane alternative to the status quo of forcing people to do useless work as an excuse to pay them.


The political momentum behind Basic Income has outpaced the development of economic theory. Most Basic Income supporters are not thinking about what makes Basic Income work.

Project Greshm is cultivating an intellectual foundation for Basic Income.

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The Basic Income movement has plenty of activists. It needs more learners and thinkers. It's fine if you disagree with our thinking. What's not fine is if too many people leave the thinking to someone else.

Project Greshm's founder, Alex Howlett, has been thinking about Basic Income since 2011. He studies monetary theory through the lens of Perry Mehrling's Money View.

If you get stuck explaining Basic Income to your friends, reach out to Alex. He'll get you unstuck.