ECB ignores EU law on physical  security issues

A report on tagesschau.de on 25 November 2023 disclosed that there had been major problems with the electricity installation in the Main Building, which also impacted the life security systems.  The report was based on a TÜV report of 2018 and an ECB project report of 2022. The project was started in 2018 to remedy…
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14. December 2023 0

Blowing the whistle against ECB´s wage moderation stance

We reproduce below a message that was circulated by IPSO to all ECB staff on 7 of March 2023 ECB´s wage moderation stance is causing serious prejudice to European workers without being economically founded. The latest analysis provided by Reuters is one among many other pieces of evidence indicating a change of approach is needed.…
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12. March 2023 0

IPSO Seminar with Michael Kosinski

On 22 June 2021, during a Webinar organised by IPSO, The Trade Union of the European Central Bank, Professor Michael Kosinski, who has become internationally recognised for his innovative approach in the fields of Computational Social Science, Big Data and Artificial Intelligence, presented and discussed with ECB staff members his views and insights into the use of big…
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24. June 2021 0

Outcome of Mario Draghi´s End of Mandate survey

ECB Staff Trade Union IPSO has made a survey among ECB staff asking them to assess the Performance of Mario Draghi as a President of the ECB. We are sharing the main findings below. Journalists are invited to contact us if they need more details. Mario Draghi is assessed to have been a very good…
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24. October 2019 0

IPSOpinion: Quinn Slobodian speaking

Quinn Slobodian is a historian of modern German and international history with a focus on North-South politics, social movements, and the intellectual history of neoliberalism. He is the author of Globalists: The End of Empire and the Birth of Neoliberalism (Harvard University Press, 2018). Professor of History at Wellesley University, he also regularly publishes articles…
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28. June 2019 0

Prof. Jörg Bibow speaking at Ipsonomics Seminar

Prof. Jörg Bibow, Professor of Economics at Skidmore College, was the speaker at the Ipsonomics seminar on 14 May 2019, talking about “How to redesign the fiscal regime of the Eurozone – lessons from US and Eurozone experiences”. Main topics of his presentation were: Optimum currency area theory and EU labour market policies Competitive internal…
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10. June 2019 0