In a recent book, Clément Fontan, Peter Dietsch and François Claveau make a sobering and urgent wake-up call for rethinking the way central banks think and implement monetary policy and banking supervision.
A letter by the European Central Bank reveals it has not yet thoroughly studied the possible implementation of a central bank digital currency.
Since 2012, Mario Draghi has visited six national parliaments of the Eurozone. However are those genuine attempts to increase the ECB’s accountability, or just a publicity stunt for the ECB?
On May 23rd 2018, the launch of Positive Money Europe took place in Brussels through a successful event where participants debated on whether and how the European Central Bank should be reformed.
The monetary reform being proposed to a referendum in Switzerland could be even more urgently needed in the Eurozone, writes Daniel Stelter.