The European Central Bank recently launched a new survey asking individuals and organisations based in the eurozone for their views on the bank’s current monetary policies, as part of the upcoming Strategic Review. Positive Money Europe has submitted a comprehensive response explaining how the bank can meet its inflation target, honour its environmental obligations and improve its diversity. Here are our main points:
Last year we recommended a few books to enjoy during the summer break. You seemed to eat up those recommendations, so we decided to add a few more should you need some reading inspiration for summer 2020!
Positive Money Europe today publishes its very first Annual Report. The report details the key activities and achievements made since our launch in May 2018, and includes details of our funding and expenditure.
With Eurozone governments spending huge amounts to fight the recession caused by Covid-19, the debt sustainability debate and how to manage it will only intensify in the coming months. Positive Money Europe’s new report, written by Sebastian Diessner, assesses the merits and drawbacks of different monetary finance proposals with the potential to revive the euro area economy.