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.
Czech Central Banker says helicopter money is “a real and viable possibility” whose implementation would be facilitated by the introduction of a public digital currency.
Central banks should be concerned about the inequality effect of their own policies such as quantitative easing.