Loriana Luccioni is a PhD student at The University of Queensland. After completing degrees in
Psychology and Sociology, Loriana has graduated with a Master of Science in European and Comparative Social Policy at the London School of Economics and Political Science, with her dissertation awarded the Titmuss Prize.
Following a brief collaboration as an independent postgraduate researcher with the Policy Innovation Hub at Griffith University, she is now investigating the Cultural and Political feasibility for the implementation of a UBI in Australia. Her areas of expertise are Discourse Theory, Discourse and Social Change, Universal Basic Income.
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