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happy 2013-2018 last 6 years of The Economist's 175 year journey to mediate Industrial Revolution's end of poverty

Welcome to PovertyUNi where we invite you to Charter the future of economics of 7 billion peoples wonderful livelihoods. To create jobs and race to sustainability its also optimal to study the POP of poverty (eg US congress will take masterclass on this 24 sept 2015, as part of washington DC's surprising reformation since 2012-need more maps mobile 240 316 8157 )-

1 who's your leading professional that lives with the poorest

2 whats she or he found out about system traps of poverty

3 how do we all celebrate the view tat it would be sinful not to priortitse modern tech apps to empower the poorest (eg this industrial age never eraced wit electricity running water or communications)

WHERE END POVERTY CHARTERING BEGAN

The Economist's Scottish founder James Wilson had this crazy idea in 1843 - The Economist should be closed down once it had navigated how leaders of The Industrial Revolution ended poverty

A few starnge things happenedending poverty along the way to not needing the world's favorite newspaper for - first queen victoria liked James idea- sent him to calacuta to refoprm raj economics where de died  9 moints laterof diarrea (leaving his son-in-lwa bagehot as second editor to reform te English Constitution - empowering Vicroria to enjoy ending slavery and emdiating commonwealt insead - or so it was joed as te 20t C started up - but ten contiental europe started mad wars- by b1950 te UK's only remaining gift to te world was te starnge englis langiage, 2 ribval superpowers were playing games wit all te newly independent colonies, and Europe was ultimately to be orbited towards sweese ceesy banking and gemeranwings (but that would to be to let te disnal MBA mindset take over wci as te exact opposite logic as James pro-yout economics of 7 billion wonderful livelioods) So lets get back on script -

- it took another 119 yeras before BRAC replicated oral rehydration across 75000 Bangaldeshi vilages - the start of one of the 2 lowest cost health systems ever servoed, and withouhoyt wose grassroots wonens trusut networking tere would have been no pre-digotal microcredit and no post-digotal women4empowerment

So we now know that by 1972 the west's industrial revolution had done less than half of james job leaving half the world in villages without electricity, running water, communicatiosnb (so illteracy and no channels to market)- but since 1962 te east had joined in the race to end poverty- japan ad established such quality of manufacturing taht electronics and ten computers would bet on an expoentail of a billion times more analysis for your buck than that needed for compuetrs to help man race to te moon; and cinese diaspora ad started designing yte world superports, models for cina's own supercapitals once te chinese as 3rd ricest network were invited back to inward invest on te maryalnd- all of this could see James' dream halve povery again before 1999 but would tat generation be as gracious in investing in millennisl to completely enf popverty by 2030- wat te industrial revolution ad never been able to rac - would te first net generation of bodreless humanity be celebrated for sustaining te greatest ever expoenetials chalenge www.futureofeconomics.com

happy 2014 update do you have a happiest idea of 2013 - ours is plant a khan academy type lab wherever youth and leaders are meeting with job creating ideas and you can change the world of socially productive youth rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk 

spaces for most urgent planting are catalogued at http://youthcreativelab.blogspot.com  and its search for twin capitals of million jobs co-creation with yooth

Join in Norman Macrae's 41st annual diary -linking in youth to networking millennium goals

IS this 2013's most value multiplying question: -if Massive Open Online Curriculumare the best thing to have happened to net generation since berners lee;s start up of www, what people's curriculum do you most value knowing existence of? - eg MOOCYunus and at ning of Global Grameen; mackey ; abed; munro ;  blecher & mandela, khan, koller, NGg & DoerrNorman's biggest scoop ocurred in 1972 , when he first saw 500 youth sharing knowhow around a digital network - from then on Norman calling the last 3 pages of Keynes General Teory) was convinced that only fatally conceited political elders backed by low-trust macroeconomists  and image-addicted media men could stop the 2010s being worldwide youth's most productive and sustainable time to be alive

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 10  .... scotland tries to unite round launch of journal of social business as 70th birthday collaboration present for dr yunus after his weekend 4 july 2010 -download 10the inuagural issue - comments welcom chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk - we aim to converge all scotland's youth have learnt on the 25000 youth summit atlanta 2015 and nov 2013 launch of the first Yunus 501 Foundation Yunus Creative Labs USA (not to be confused with creative labs anywhere else)

 

9 wholeplanet.tv has become a catalogue of the 100 leaders we believe are trying hardest to make the net generation the most productive -and exponentially susutaining -  time for worldwide youth to grow up joyfully everywhere- your votes of leaders the calss of 2010s should be celebrating most are most welcome chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

 

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Dear N @ Annata & Akira
2 weeks ago i was up in boston judging part of the mit100k competition. The entry I most want to help mentor is sending mit students to many countries including Japan to search for patient capital investors and the most urgent social startups all over the world now that new laws for crowdfunding are expected in usa.
As I think I told you, as far as my knowledge goes there is nowhere in usa more exciting to network into than MIT. Is there anyone in Tokyo that you would recommend that I can put the MIT student in contact with during her January visit?
Happy 2013 Chris Macrae

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Out of The Economist since 1972 Macrae's viewpoint Entrepreneurial Revolution argues that the net generation can make tremendous human progress if and only if educators, economists and all who make the biggest resource integrate youth job creating into the way their worldwide purpose and impact is valued -chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk join in ... 43rd Entrepreneurial Revolution Youth Networks Celebration..
 


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Dad (Norman Macrae) created the genre Entrepreneurial Revolution  to debate how to make the net generation the most productive and collaborative . We had first participated in computer assisted learning experiments in 1972. Welcome to more than 40 years of linking pro-youth economics networks- debating can the internet be the smartest media our species has ever collaborated around?

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 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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