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2020 who are scholars who can save economistyouth.com - schwarzman fazle abed - now led by soros botstein ban-ki moon , chang - with ma1 ma2 gates ray galio chen jinine bloomberg-hopkin schwab ka-shing maso-son alumni adam smith scholars at cop26 with nordica's greta and 5g- david attenborough with prince charles and royal families of japan and netherlands and your choice of 100 world record jobs creators
20.1 Brilliant 20.2 Deming 20.3 Borlaug 20.4 Von Neumann 20,5 Moore 20.6 Kennedy 20,7 Korolev 20.8 Clarke 20.9 Keynes 20.10 Einstein 20.11 Gandhi 20.12 Montessori 20.13 Bell 20.14 Edison 20.15 Ford 20.16 Boeing 20.17 Bard Will Shakespeare 20.18 David Attenborough 20.19 J Ma 20.20 Akio Morita 20.21 Royal Families of Japan UK and Netherlands 20.22 Fazle Abed BRAC U -story of the year- Something accidentally weird happened when man started to develop machine engineering in 1760 -origin Glasgow University James Watt. At that time and for the next 100 years England, representing less than half a per cent of peoples on earth, was the most superpowerful hub of trade and knowhow in the world. Their higher education colleges, oxbridge, were extremely influential. They determined what children who spoke the english language spent their time being examined on. For some reason -SEE THIS REFERENCE www.normanmacrae.net from diary of World Record Job Creator Adam Smith - the empire's higher education system did not make goal 1 ending poverty its overarching "values" purpose. In fact, we are not sure that a university system began to be designed around Goal 1's purpose until 2001 when Fazle Abed decided that 30 years of empowering the worlds poorest women to end poverty was a worthy alumni network for humanly innovative 21st c universities- further ref BRAC U a member of OSUN worldwide alumni networks
20.23 Unknown Barefoot Nurse 20.24 James Grant 20.25 Gates 20.26 MIT- Quadir family 20.27 Bard College : Botstein 20.28 Ban Ki-Moon 20.29 OSUN: George Soros 20.30 Craig Barrett . episode 3 -31 Schwarzman,, 32 Harrison Owen 33 musk
10 years of remembering Norman Macrae Order Rising Sun, CBE who parted 2010 65 years after his first job navigating raf planes over modernday Myanmar and Bangla . Here's norman's last birthday party with Muhammad Yunus
- since normans parting Adam Smith Glasgow scholars started up Journal of Social Business inspired by Yunus; Yunus forfeited Grameen bank and Japan Embassy in Dhaka clarified sustainability exponentials of Sir Fazle Abed BRAC (worlds most cooperative NGO partnership) BRACU (established to celebrate UN Grants love of public health services) and Bkash (bank for billion unbanked girl empowerment) - discuss sir fazle abed as top 3 worldrecordjobs creator at bracnet.ning.com - we have lost 1 big dataset - ning yunuscity: -here's why Norman only journalist at Messina recommended never t6o let EU bureaucrats get big headed
10 most urgent questions for 2018-9
who are the 100 people who want edutech to change youths' futures and how do they meet the top 10 people who want fintech and sdg economic zones to change sustainability youth futures livelihoods and co-creation webs
and UN refugee belt roads
7 No Trumps andall that jazz- why is there nobody twittering #metooinvest- could usa close down all its media and business schools for a year and give the rest of worldwide girls investors time to breathe
can you help the governor of jeju korea find 2000 green big bang governors to benchmark with around the world's new development bank's belt roads?
can we map who's who of 43 weeksto @ link as jack ma's chair at tsinghua ying lowrey spends week with original wise lauteate brac sept 30 to oct6
from un general assembly sept 2018 we have 43 weeksto beings 100 national leaders mapping Belt Riad Imagjneerig 2 - what reports will be issued in time for delages to map everythikng not just superports and superailRiads- eg guterees report edited by gates and ma on digital cooperation due march 2019
if world leaders summit agendas were logged in a future diaryby those which resulted in most new learning be freely dsitributed to all teachers and students- which would be the world's most important events- would any be more important than Maolympics.com
suggest other top 6 colaborations of sustainaility girls gen - rsvp email@example.com
can we survey every student union that has a favorite communities for all action network - eg the specialists, singforhope, the special olympics and send the survey results to jack ma for his 54th birthday
can we help franciscan g20 in argentina debate people centric education across belt road 10 (s america) 6 america (3 ice road belt eurasia) 0 china
In Norman Macrae's life works at The Economist the 3 greatest value multiplying exchange networks with compound impact worthy of a life dedicated to mediating the worlds favorite viewspaper were:
the internet (from 72)
productive livelihoods of girls so destroyed by macroeconomic metrics that became 20th C q3's "disgraceful political chicanery" replacing what keynsians had valued (see last chapter of Generalk Theory). Ironically it was Keynes (Macrae's inspiration at Cambridge) who had explained how the monopolies of analysis that economists rule over - pose the greatest compound threat to the future of youth and especially of girlsA after all children are born with no assets nor voting on the future, and in some war-prone cultures girls are born with even less security or credit.
net net nature's greatest evolutionary experiment on human sustainability will hub round livelihoods og QuarterBillionGirls - who come of working age 2005-2030 - the post industrial age unlike the thing extraction age depends on exponential growth of people and community. This is how future history should be when you analyse the 4000 fold increase in budget allovcated to Learning Communications Technologies 2030 versus 1946 - moores law doubling of LCT spend every 7 years - the entreprenurial revolution making others communications chnages from invention of printing press to steam engines mobility look like blips on the richer scale of development of woman and planet
how many of the next billion green jobs will they linkin; how many of the billion renew community jobs
year 1 of 15 of sustainability goals rising exponentials of valuing youth- with special thanks to China's journalists of QuarterBillionGirlslivelihoods
best news for global youth 2016
1 china G20 summit promises to lead global youth's world back to sustainability -references - jinping meets trudeau modi, and which other g20 leaders to collaborate around S-goal mapping and global youth jobs
Hangzhou becomes the centre of the world for the first time in 700 years- may the job creation SME (Small Medium Enterprise) www vision and mission of jack ma and china's top 50 job creating entrepreneurs celebrate hard workers and market access in communities near you; 30 countries who value future of education most debate jack ma and gordon brown @ UN New York 18 september
agriculture's next billion jobs GLOSSARY of Do You Love Economics
EntrepreneurialUnion.com Mathematically its simple- if you want to spend your life destroying the sustainability of youth , get an MBA and become ceo of one of 95% biggest american or european stickmarketed companies driven only by quarterly profits siloisation
Economistamerica.com Of course organisations should have positive cashlow models so that they cannot get taken over by those with exponentially non-sustainable purposes. (eg those who embedded themselves in globalisation’s bad banks and professions that lost their hippocratic oaths valuetrue.com )
–fortunatley china offers a different route as most of its largest corporations are still led by its founders and government represent 10 year back from future plans including all the peoples not the vested interests of the biggest
Cctv summit g20 impact on africa
African partnerships are becomong better ways for china to sustain future of youth than many western nations can be whilst rules by 90 days numerologists
the strange case of YouthCreativeLab:
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How did Norman Macrae become pro-youth economist? After spending last days as teenager navigating planes in ww2 over modern day Bangladesh and Myanmar, Norman was tutored in Cambridge Corpus Christi by Keynes: increasingly only economists will design or destroy futures youth need most .Fast forward one quarter after 25 years of editing leaders for The Economist
;1972: Norman Macrae starts up Entrepreneurial Revolution debates in The Economist. Will we the peoples be in time to change 20th C largest system designs and make 2010s worldwide youth's most productive time? or will we go global in a way that ends sustainability of ever more villages/communities? Drayton was inspired by this genre to coin social entrepreneur in 1978 ,,continue the futures debate here
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is any computer science major (or any parent) interested in affordable education also interested in MOOC ?
my dad (isabella's grandad) first became The Economist's net generation future correspondent in 1972 when we saw 500 youth sharing knowledge on an early digital network
The Economist's year-end article on MOOCs revolution to whole of education is here
chris macrae washingtion dc hotline on moocs and net generation's 3 billion new jobs 301 881 1655
helping net generation youth map three billion new jobs of post-industrial revolution- or start by discussing Freedom of Economics
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Chartering is an open Question & Answer method of mapping which we invite all most passionately interested in an unique purpose and heroic goal to linkin. . It was developed by a NM ER microeconomics network and published by the Economist Intelligence Unit in early 1990s. Our chartering network aims to focus first on the world's most unique value multiplying purposes.
Since 1982 Norman argued that service economies are sustained by interfacing great open projects- he then clarified how in true knowledge networking economics, people would quickly need to map why separated organisational structures often compound least economic impacts. At this community we will demonstrate how chartering works with a few small projects whose purposes we founded
as well as a few giant projects we have tracked for a long time and believe to be absolutely critical to 2010s sustaining youth's most exciting decade
This is our 35th year of helping Entrepreneurial Revolutionaries and networkers connect round the most heroic goals all are children want. It has been the greatest editorial privilege> Until Norman's passing in 2010 it was possible for 3 Macraes to meet and discuss detailed social experiences of work with youth in over half of the world's nations. As Internationalist Scots we build on 6 generations of our families's practical experiences across hemispheres and love of transparent maps of empowering productive lifetimes for and by all.
Main ER interests of this community are:
Mapping Greatest Purposes ever sustained across generations especially at times of extraordinary change- we invite future correspondents to this for the 16 most life-critical global markets
networks which seemed to be the defining change of productive lifetimes of anyone born after 1950
value multiplication which happens in hi-trust relationship architectires where everyone's best effors are trasparently linked in to win-win-win business modelsand sustainably rising exponentials - this can only happen in places and cultures where long-term investors are heroised more than speculators
More specific entrepreneurial revolutionary maps are linked in by our associate nings:
Extract from 1843 launch of The EconomistWe have no party or class interests or motives; we are of no class, or rather of every class: we are of the landowning class: we are of the commercial class interested in our colonies, in our foreign trade, and in our manufactures: but our opinions are that not one part of these can have any lasting and true success that is not associated and co-existing with the prosperity of all. And lastly—if we required higher motives than bare utility, to induce that zeal, labour, and perseverance against all the difficulties which we shall have to encounter in this work—we have them. If we look abroad, we see within the range of our commercial intercourse whole islands and continents, on which the light of civilization has scarce yet dawned; and we seriously believe that FREE TRADE, free intercourse, will do more than any other visible agent to extend civilization and morality throughout the world—yes, to extinguish slavery itself. Then, if we look around us at home, we see ignorance, depravity, immorality, irreligion, abounding to an extent disgraceful to a civilized country; and we feel assured that there is little chance of successfully treating this great national disease while want and pauperism so much abound: we can little hope to improve the mental and moral condition of a people while their physical state is so deplorable:—personal experience has shown us in the manufacturing districts that the people want no acts of parliament to coerce education or induce moral improvement when they are in physical comfort—and that, when men are depressed with want and hunger, and agonized by the sufferings of helpless and starving children, no acts of parliament are of the slightest avail. We look far beyond the power of acts of parliament, or even of the efforts of the philanthropist or the charitable, however praiseworthy, to effect a cure for this great national leprosy; we look mainly to an improvement in the condition of the people. And we hope to see the day when it will be as difficult to understand how an act of parliament could have been made to restrict the food http://normanmacrae.ning.com/#and employment of the people, as it is now to conceive how the mild, inoffensive spirit of Christianity could ever have been conceived into the plea of persecution and martyrdom, or how poor old wrinkled women, with a little eccentricity, were burned by our forefathers for witchcraft
If norman macrae were alive today, his family believe his nominations for all time sustainability of human livelihoods as world prepares to gather cop26 nov 2021 would be
email@example.com co-author with norman of 2025report.com
viva 50+ years since The Economist called for sdg generation's entrepreneurial revolution 260 years of adam smith and james watt out of glasgow u 60 years of fazle abed building womens and world largest ngo partnering economy, OSUN global university of poverty mapped by soros botstein ban-ki moon and friends, and why not you? only we the peoples can lead gov-: lets communally end virus, save climate, value livelihood edu of every next girl born through community blossoming everywhere- lets celebrate mother of all fringe festivals cop26 glasgow nov 2020 firstname.lastname@example.org 60+ years of bbc nature with attenborough, 420 years since the bard wrote hamlet & the 26 letter english alphabet was born ==================================================
what's the most innovative question an economist has ever asked? what if adam smith was onto something crucial to humanity 260 years ago in judging english higher education at oxbridge hopeless? do we yet have a global university of united nations number 1 goal ending poverty? if not what chance do we have of humanising artificial intelligence before AI platforms condition how are cities go to work or whether our meeting spaces are safe and healthy?
hi jan 2020 at long last some tech scholars networks for sdg generation are emerging at schwarzmanand osun- we will increasingly cover this at our co-blog goodhubsguide.com and continue to map the 7th economy at economistfuture.com
welcome to 5G 2020- our womens empowering economics cooperation project UniversityofStars.com- email@example.com
Remembering Norman Macrae at The Economist
Lesson from Moore's 5G to 0G decades- small by itself isnt beautiful but linking in big data small and humansAI is the future all parents of the sdg generation value most
AI Trillion times moore than 60's: Emperors & royals loveQ we peoples. Mobile who's sdg action webs do child, teacher & AI coder need to app? welcome to most exciting decade - to be or not to be that is the Q?
chapter 20 will optimistic economics lead local-global space 1984-2024
firstname.lastname@example.org surviving co-author of the Economist's Entrepreneurial Revolution genre welcomes Q&A on how western truth media and student-centric edu and american dream died when 2 Kennedies, 1 Pop celeb Lennon, King (&&&&&&&&)
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and Vietnam/Cambodia was a bridge too far, and Nixon's Bum words correlated with shooting Ohio State students "Twenty-eight guardsmen fired approximately 67 rounds over a period of 13 seconds, killing four students and wounding nine others, one of whom suffered permanent paralysis.
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2018-2028: THE MOST EXCITING TIMES TO BE ALIVE - 3 generations youth, dads and moms, grandparents are linking in the last 7 years determining our species sustainability exponentials for all time...
For The Economist's Norman Macrae ValueTrue.com the significance of moon landing in 1969 achieved by a few thousand brains and computing networks was that we parents of 21st C youth could design a race to sustainability goals linking in every community on planet earth- and if we didnt collaborate around such a change in education and media then orwell's big brother was the only other end game likely to spin 8 billion peoples lives around;
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COMING ENTREPRENEURIAL REVOLUTION
our dad/grandad spent the rest of his working life from 1968 at the economist and elsewhere opening space around this greatest of all human interest stories
WHENCE TODAY his family email@example.com and friends ask:
2024 the best of times?-2018 enters the last 7 years of our debate published in 1984 - would 3 generations (grandparent, parents youth) change education to sustain the human race
In 1943-5 Norman was spending his last days as a teenager navigating RAF planes ober myanmar/bangladesh; by 1960 he was celebrating the old enemy Japan as the start of world's most peaceful age capable of valuing youth in odrer of magnitude more economic and social ways.
since 1960 dad norman macrae mapped reasons for believing that human sustainability would require the west to learn more from the east than vice versa- post world war 2 it fell to the east to design world trade models that went beyond western empire and changed economics back to designing win-win free trades that scot adam smith had first maped in 1748, and which The Economist was born in 1843 to mediate
from 1977 he annnounced the extraodrinary good news that the fifth of the epoples living on mainland china could be trusted to have another go at peaceful win-win trades- something their end of the silk roads had emboldened all across the eursia conteint until britosh empire insisted that in return for silk, specis and porecelain china should take opium- the open trade empire fell, the great wall was built; fortunately sufficient chiense diaspora existed to design the great superports that grew eastern world trade after world war 2 round quality systems including suoertrains and the miasturisation of electronics as a critical step towards the age of spending 1000 times more on all being conecetd by computing and satellite mobile apps
so WHITHER 2018-2020-2024 (last call for education caoable of celebrating our youth as the sustainbility generation)
firstname.lastname@example.org dec 25 2018 thanks to all who joined our happy xmas debate
DIARYOF THE 7 MOST CRITICAL YEARS TO BE ALIVE _ to work, to learn, to play, to connect happy trading maps through evry global vilage
We enter the last 7 wondrous years of Entrepreneurial Revolution's examination of chances for human sustainability.
well Entrepreneurial Revolutionaries made assumption that 10 times more brains would collab race to change education by 2024 than raced to moon in 1960s - join us friends (eg china) in 43 weeks race to WISE@UNGA -charter: is it possible that girls-centric edu can take over from new yorks big banking and greenwash advertising; is it possible that us can join china and bangladesh and qatar in celebrating sustainable generation -1 2 let it be
happy 2018 :: 175th birthday The Economist, 50th birthday of moon landing entrepreneurial revolution on earth http://erworld.tv
#theeconomist choose edu human-centric economy 21st c, will youth, health be sustainable if not? special thanks china-bangla http://normanmacrae.ning.com
celbrate centuries of people-centric economic dreams: 21st Chinese; 20th American ; 19th English-speaking as translated by Scots!
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which university partnerships are valuing youth
as last jobs agents of human sustainability-
, sustainability goals and china capitalism
, sustainability goals and china capitalism
help welcomed with youth economics curricula
COURSE INTRODUCTION:billion times more job creating education
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What have net generation alumni of The Economist's 3 billion jobs curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution learnt 1972-2014?
|who's curricula would you like to see on World Bank's Open Learning Campus or on Khan Academy - Yunus, Gorbachev, Soros, Abed, Jim Kim, Joi Ito - other world record job creators -help 20000 youth and nobel Laureates converging on Atlanta Nov 2015 (and cape town 2014) to assemble this.................|
Gross Worldwide Productivity : 7 billion humans' productivity is currently valued at about 64 trillion dollars -what's going to exponentially spin next?
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Missing MAPS of YouthCapitalism & MOOCYUNUS -can you help with Youth Summit Survey?
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