Research Assistant. Nicolas joined the Positive Money Europe’s team in May 2019. He holds an MA in Political Sciences from the University Catholic of Louvain and has studied political economy during his study trip at the EHESS in Paris. He previously worked for the CADTM and for a Proxy Advising Firm. During his studies, he investigated the topic of sovereignty and fiscal dependence on financial markets.
Investing in the Past: How the ECB Subsidizes the Car Manufacturing Sector
Since 2017, Positive Money Europe has been vocally criticizing the way in which the ECB’s corporate quantitative easing programme (CSPP) benefits mainly massive multinational corporations, and in particular those contributing most to climate change.
June 17, 2019