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A global network of economics students is calling on their universities to teach them the truth about banks. Brought together by the international Rethinking Economics network, the “Rethinking the Role of Banks in Economics Education” campaign has spread to 27 universities across 11 countries, supported by 57 economists and organisations who signed an open letter.
We are looking for a full time Campaign Manager to help us increase our campaigns’ impact by building a community of supporters around our campaigns and increasing our visibility in the general public and in the media.
In a recent speech, the German central bank’s governor objected to Positive Money Europe’s “green quantitative easing” proposal. But his objections are biased, wrong-headed and surmountable.
The European Central Bank regularly claims it must respect the “market neutrality” principle and therefore not support explicit climate goals. However our research shows this principle is not so much a legal requirement than a self-defined doctrine.
Six NGOs lay out a plan on how the new European Commission President can best deliver the one trillion euros “Green Deal” she promised to secure her election.
Positive Money Europe regrets the decision of the Governing Council of the ECB to reintroduce Quantitative Easing, and laments the reluctance of the Governing Council to consider Helicopter Money.