I suggested an unconventional method. I.e. in addition to quantitative easing, ECB should lend money to small companies and individuals in a zero coupon fashion whereby the borrowers only pay a lump sum at some date in the future. This would make borrowing simpler and possibly benefit companis that have an initially slow growth rate. I also suggested that the ECB should consider influencing the culture by posting adverts that reward spending, setting up of small businesses (and other activities that can stimulate the European economy). Pretty unconventional, but as long as the end goal is met, that is all that matters.