How can the ECB be reformed to benefit wider society? Positive Money Europe Executive Director Stanislas Jourdan discusses how the central bank can be reconfigured to put people above private banks.
A new briefing by Stanislas Jourdan and Sebastian Diessner outlines 12 recommendations on how the accountability of the ECB could be improved.
Once upon a time, market neutrality was supposed to be an untouchable holy principle of the ECB’s quantitative easing, but today the ECB has finally made loud and clear this principle should be reviewed.
During a first-ever civil society dialogue with the ECB, Positive Money Europe quizzed President Christine Lagarde and Chief Economist Philip R. Lane on helicopter money, central bank independence and market neutrality.
The Eurogroup is about to miss the opportunity to make the ECB’s Board gender-equal for the first time in history.
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: