Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy at Stanford University
Juliana Bidadanure is an assistant professor in the Department of Philosophy at Stanford University. Her research is located at the intersection of political philosophy and public policy. She is currently writing a book on issues of justice between generations—asking how we should distribute resources between age groups and what it means for young and old to stand as equals. Bidadanure has written on a number of public policies, including youth quotas in parliaments, basic income and basic capital. She is the founder and faculty director of the Stanford Basic Income Lab—a center on campus that promotes research on the philosophy, politics, and economics of universal basic income and informs policymakers and practitioners about latest best practices.