In its annual report, the European Central Bank clearly acknowledges that its ‘quantitative easing’ (QE) program has increased the richest citizens’ … [Read more...]
Clément Fontan and Stanislas Jourdan
Clément Fontan holds a PhD in Political Science from Sciences-Po Grenoble. His thesis dealt with how the ECB extended its political influence and attributions during the eurozone crisis. Now a post-doctoral researcher at the CNRS, his research focuses on inequalities generated by central banks and the crises of financial capitalism. Stanislas Jourdan is a writer and campaigner on economic justice issues. He organised the European Citizens’ Initiative on unconditional basic income and currently coordinates the campaign “Quantitative Easing for People” in the Eurozone.