The Adam Smith Institute backs the idea of a universal basic income – in which everyone gets a fixed payment from the State regardless of salary or employment.
It said the scheme would help secure public support for future technological upheaval when robots are predicted to take over many manual tasks.
But there could also be a 'populist backlash' from those left jobless.
A basic income could 'deliver popular consent for globalisation and technological change', said the think-tank.
Woods was the recipient of a third Emmy—this time a Daytime Emmy—in 2000 for voicing Hades in children’s animated program in 2013.
Woods gained headlines in 2015 when he sued a Twitter user for million for defamation.
Woods is best known for his appearances in movies such as .
Conservative actor James Woods—one of President Trump’s staunch supporters in otherwise wholly liberal Hollywood—is causing controversy again.
But they also risk disrupting traditional professions and career paths, from lorry drivers to lawyers.'To avoid a populist backlash, we need to design policies for those left behind by creative destruction.
Cash transfers are our best bet at ensuring the benefits from coming technological change are felt by everyone.'The report said basic income would ensure that 'capitalism and efficient redistribution can be vindicated in equal measure'.
The anonymous user alleged the actor was a “cocaine addict.” The defendant died, but Woods continued to pursue the case until it was settled this past July.
The actor has been outspoken about his politics on Twitter.
"The National Party's not normally big on the really nasty rough and tumble, not like the Labour Party." Mr Twyford, having voted in a few Labour leadership elections, couldn't argue with that.