Norman Macrae -The Economist pro-youth economist -bravo sir fazle abed & jack ma
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Discuss how to help world record jiob creators under 30s alumni between now and Tokyo Olympics- clickpic
is unctad summit oct 21 geneva sustainability trade's best ever or what?!!
2018 welcome to 175 birthday of The Economist founded by James Wilson 1843 - we hope you will enjoy sampling valuetrue media and mapping - up to 1990 The Economist regularly surveyed peoples nations however scary their history to celebrate possible future trading win-wins of people and sustainability worldwide - we hope to see this joyful purpose of media return to BRI.school as every young person joins in asking whether their continents coastal belts and over land Roads/Grids are designed to sustain happy trades and livelihoods or the exact opposite - Little Sister Sustainability or Big Brother climate and human collapse?
These are the most exciting times to be alive - as parents decide whether to invest in youth and change children's education in time for them to help every community thrive. Where will World Record Jobs Creators turn up to celebrate millennials as the first sustainability generation- EconomistDiary.com -help search out event where leadership collaboration inspires changes to how everything is taught
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update 2020...Shall we design markets for 10 billion, 3 bn or zero people?..
As people concerned by community and global media, this is our fast moving understanding of what partners in UN's great debate on sustainability goals (17 goals is a lot for one screen -more at EconomistRefugees.com) is about? we (eg 6 generations of diaspora scots mediating community health across 4 hemispheres) love to hear what you think the purpose of sustainability goals education is. rsvp email@example.com
Depending what languages and faiths you use, different origins to this debate can be found. The one my scottish diaspora family knows best started 175 years ago in 1843 around James Wilson. His first concern was whether it was possible to design markets so that 2 islands - britain and ireland- grew in peace. He founded The Economist in 1843 to host what became a 17 year debate during his life time. The results were mixed ..continued here
WHATS NOT POSSIBLE TO IMAGINEER AS FINTECH BANK FOR 2 BILLION POOREST BLOSSOM?
July 2018: breaking news from EconomistDiary, Norman Macrae Foundation partners with BRAC- Bangladesh's and girl empowerment's hub of WISE world's first education laureate to host futures roundtables of girls' fintech and edutech. October 1-7 sees our 3rd event following roundtables with Sir Fazle Abed and Kamal Quadir which were both kindly staged by the Japan Embassy in Dhaka, Though largely unacknowledged. dad , Norman Macrae, was awarded The Emperor's Order of the Rising Sun with Gold Bars for relentlessly arguing that essential to sustainability goals would be a return to people/family centric economics ; :Population-wise this would be led by the East especially the tenth of the world's young women living in China and Bangladesh. We aim to celebrate the recent fintech partnership between www.bkash.com of www.brac.tv and Jack Ma's Ant Finance of Alibaba -which is set to bank for empowering the poorest 2 billion on the planet. Moderating the week will be Ying Lowrey, Chinese academia's lead researcher of Ali Baba, featuring fresh news of the new global business school and all curricula celebrating SME value chain: (More on Professor Lowrey of Tsinghua.)
(3rd week of July_) Jack Ma was just invited by the UN's Guterres to lead a new panel on digital cooperation in every market : first report march 2019 ready for 100 nation's leaders of Belt Road Imagineering (EconomistDiary April 2019 Beijing BRI 2.0 host Xi Jinping).
On Dhaka's Road to Beijing, friends of BRAC and ALIRESEARCH hope to progress edutech connections -ref why Norman Macrae's Entrepreneurial Revolution demanded a sea-change in education if sustainability is to be all parents' gift to millennials livelihoods and joy of being universally connected. firstname.lastname@example.org washington dc 240 316 8157
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Jack Ma and Melinda Gates report due Spring 2019 in time for sustainability's top 100 national leaders to celebrate at the second BRI.school summit to be hosted by Xi Jinping Beijing May 2019
more at EconomistDiary.com which aims to celebrate formal meeting of national leaders eg over 65 national ledaers mapping beyond colonisation's world trade routes - next beijing may 2019, tokyo olympics summer 2020 - and informal collabioations next dhaka oct 1-7, 2018 - email@example.com
From The Economist 1976 Coming Entrepreneurial Revolution by Norman Macrae; celebrated across Italy with Romano Prodi - where are friends of small enterprise globalisation today? Norman died 2010- april 2017 Romano Prodi at Beijings ThinkinChina -Norman's 3 MVPs of Entrepreneurial Revolution
Sir Fazle Abed, BRAC Bangladesh, Chief Guest at Japan Embassy celebration of Macrae 2012
Muhammad Yunus, Chief Guest Norman;s last public birthday party St James, London, 2008
MAO: women lift the sky of half the world -
.1962 Consider Japan:1967 Japan Rising part 2.1
What will human race produce in 20th C Q4? - Jan 1975
1991 Survey looking forward to The End of Big Banks contoling Politicians...
partnering 7 billion peoples' S-goals-Goal 17
WorldClassBrandsNetwork founded 1988 when norman macrae retired from 40 years as The Economist's end poverty ... -our network linksin youth and journalists concerned with mediating better futures for next generations. We publish the transformational genre of how world's most resourced organisations partner intergenerational sustainability ; explore conscious purposes of market sectors triangularised by global youth. In our league tables:
#1975now to#2025now Partners in World Record Book of Job Creation
Curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution was started up in The Economist by father Norman Macrae 1 2 to debate 4 greatest ignorances that the rich'swestern world was starting the 4th quarter of the 20th century with.
Not understanding what failed system is identified with rural poverty -eg lack on infrastructures of electricity, educational-communications, running water and sanitation, roads and so time-sensitive supplies of life critical goods including basic nutrition infants need
Vested interests spinning societies to turning blind eye to slum and semi-urban povertyWorld Record Empowerment
Denial of our species biggest danger that 3 halves of the world - women, youth, poorest as yet have less than 10% voice in what futures compoundWorld Record Open Edu
.consider the first worldwide generation what open system mathematicians like Einstein and Von Neumann posed as the grand challenge of designing technologies of connectivity around a higher order system than constitutions rule over
|Help millennials end inconveniences of 20th C politicians & tv?
his greatest debates on youth futures start in 1972 when he saw students experimenting with digital networks:
-what are best ways of learning about such ideas as:
1972: Over the next 2 generations two thirds of humanity should be raised from intolerable indigence to something better than that which a third of us already enjoy. The remaining aim of the political economist should be to support whatever system she thinks could cause this to happen more quickly or more smoothly
3) 1948 diaries reveal the right old muddle around which the NHS started- with hindsight could not most economists map a design that compounded in a 2 times more economical way?
2) the coming mobilisation of information technology could surely double efficiency by sharing life-saving information and connecting remote experts with local emergency interventions
1) there should be courageously mediated choices (however politically incorrect) on what a public system should not cover - if for example father's statistic that over half of national health costs are connected to keeping of people alive for an extra year, then such national mis-spending is at odds with every parent who strives to see their children have a better livelihood opportunity in the future than the past (ultimately the only way a place can wholly develop)
|Norman Macrae last journalist mentored by Keynes, whose General Theory concluded 1) "increasingly economics rules the world" and 2) greatest risk to youth's productivity is elderly macroeconomists. Norman's 40 years of journalism at The Economist aimed to help net generation prevent ruin by economists by collaborating entrepreneurially in 10 times more productivity out of every community. On seeing 50 youth on a digital net in 1972, Norman coined term Entrepreneurial Revolution -2012 being 40th year of debates of www.erworld.tv|
Share optimistic determination of investing in next generation interacted by friends of The Economist’s Unacknowledged Giant with the founding fathers of digital media’s ecology!
ER The French word Entrepreneur "between take" originates in cutting off heads of royalty *the one per cent of late 1700s" for monopolising peoples' productive assets- let's agree more joyful ways of transferring assets for youth to be productive, how do we deal with over-government crisis identified in The Economist since 1978...? Political and other bureaucrats now control more of GDP by so-called western democracy than ever that of old priests, kings or communists. 2010s is the decade where changing .gov will determine sustainability of all our children's children
The Economist. Saturday, 22 January 1972. 2011-2012: 40th year: dialogue started with networks of The Economist in 1972: how to prevent macroeconomists collapsing global financial economy in 2012.
Norman Macrae nearly 4000 leaders @ The Economist. By tradition only surveys were signed. 1962, Norman's 14th year of 40 at The Economist saw his first survey "Consider Japan" signed. Next year: he led a team to USSR: survey forecast communism would die within a quarter of a century. Decade later 1972 survey" gave western economists a maximum of 40 years to prevent meltdown of global financial system; whence his joyful surveys on Entrepreneurial Revolutionmapped where leaders were redesigning the net generation's most productive futures - forecasting in 1975 the asian pacific worldwide century and journalising the first book of the internet's economic and social business media significance in 1984.
rsvp firstname.lastname@example.org (tel wash dc 1 301 881 1655 ) if you have a specific reason for needing a copy of one of these surveys. I will list options known to me.
Norman Macrae judged Female and Youth grassroots networks of Bangladesh as the winners of The Economist's Entrepreneurial Revolution net generation competition 1976-2005. He spent his last 5 years preparing to co-launch Journal Genre of New Economics starting up Yunus Partnership @ Journal of Social Business with Adam Smith Scholars & Friends of Bangladesh's 40 year test marketing of microeconomics and global village networking.
011 ad from Economist The global economy – Another year of living dangerously
Macroeconomic crises have a dismal way of recycling each quarter of a generation AND getting larger as global disasters. Reviews at worldeconomist.net
Norman Macrae's main books include:
1955 London Capital Market
1963 Sunshades in October
1984 with Chris Macrae The 2024 Report - aFuture History of The Net Generation to 2024 republished over next 2 years in many languages as 2025 Report or 2026 Report with a 1993 update in Swedish : Den Nye Vikingen - Sweden's Future 1995-2015
1992 John Von Neumann = Biography
plus Scenario chapters of Hackett's 3rd world war series aimed at military wanting to downsize themselves so that peace dividend is invested in net generation's borderless world
Radical Reaction : Advert to book compiling several early Hobarts from Institute of Economic Affairs
Consider Japan Part 1 - Survey by Norman Macrae
The Most Exciting Example
Consider Japan Part 2
Lessons for Developers?
Changing Russia - Survey led by Norman Macrae
Ad of Norman Macrae's Book Sunshades in October (no free reviews allowed of books by E-journaists)
Ten green bottles
The Economist. Saturday, 25 December 1976.
Pages 41-43. Vol 261, issue 6956.
good news that dad's partner in entrepreneurial revolution in 1976 - romano prodi - has joined in yunus side
Allen & Unwin
Autumn catalogue includes Macrae's Sunshades in October and Manmohan Singh's "Demand Theory and Economic Calculation in a Mixed Economy"
The Economist. Saturday, 30 November 1963.
Page 57. Vol 209, issue 6275.
No Christ on The Andes - What's Gone Wrong?
The Economist. Saturday, 25 September 1965.
Pages s9-s11. Vol 216, issue 6370.
The German Lesson
A survey by Norman Macrae
The Economist. Saturday, 15 October 1966.
Page s3. Vol 221, issue 6425.
The Economist. Saturday, 29 October 1966.
Page 4. Vol 221, issue 6427.
The Economist. Saturday, 27 May 1967.
Page 3. Vol 223, issue 6457.
The Risen Sun
Norman Macrae's Second Survey on Japan
1967 Japan Rising part 2.1The Economist. Saturday, 27 May 1967.
Page s9. Vol 223, issue 6457.
The Risen Sun - II (The Import Balancing Trick)
The Economist. Saturday, 3 June 1967.
Page s7. Vol 223, issue 6458.
The Economist. Saturday, 3 June 1967.
Page 3. Vol 223, issue 6458.
Institute of Economic Affairs ()
Ad The Economist. Saturday, 17 June 1967.
Page 58. Vol 223, issue 6460.
Old France in a Hurry (Billions from Somewhere)
The Economist. Saturday, 18 May 1968.
Pages s11,s12. Vol 227, issue 6508.
The Green Bay Tree - Survey of South Africa
The Economist. Saturday, 29 June 1968. Page s9. Vol 227, issue 6514.
Envoi (Why isn't there a bloody black revolution? And will there be one?)
The Economist. Saturday, 29 June 1968. Pages s45,s46. Vol 227, issu...
The Economist. Saturday, 6 July 1968.
Page 4. Vol 228, issue 6515.
The Economist. Saturday, 27 July 1968.
Page 4. Vol 228, issue 6518.
The Neurotic Trillionaire (The Mormons Oust The Pugilists)
A Survey of Mr Nixon's America
The Economist. Saturday, 10 May 1969.
Pages s11,s12. Vol 231, issue 6559.
The Economist. Saturday, 9 May 1970.
Page 3. Vol 235, issue 6611.
The Phoenix is Short-Sighted
A survey of Western Europe - to be the next superpower or to make America's mistakes on a grander scale?
The Economist. Saturday, 16 May 1970.
Page s9. Vol 235, issue 6612.
The New Europe
The Economist. Saturday, 23 May 1970.
Page 4. Vol 235, issue 6613.
The New Europe
The Economist. Saturday, 6 June 1970.
Page 4. Vol 235, issue 6615.
Education & Courses
Ad The Economist. Saturday, 20 February 1971.
Page 81. Vol 238, issue 6652.
Britain's industrial backyard
The Economist. Saturday, 1 January 1972.
Pages s17-s21. Vol 242, issue 6697.
A revealing yesterday
Business and Finance - A survey "The Next Forty Years"of Multinational Business in which Norman Macrae first argues for blending the roles of exponential economics and future historian. Checklist: macroeconomic short-term fixes prompted by world wars needing urgent addressed if world's financial system is not to collapse in 2010s
The Economist. Saturday, 22 January 1972.
Pages s5-s8. Vol 242, issue 6700.
The Economist. Saturday, 22 January 1972.
Page 3. Vol 242, issue 6700.
The Economist. Saturday, 29 January 1972.
Page 6. Vol 242, issue 6701.
The Economist. Saturday, 5 February 1972.
Page 8. Vol 242, issue 6702.
Letters - a letter on future history of Arab-Islamic civilisation by Ambassador of Jordan
The Economist. Saturday, 12 February 1972.
Page 4. Vol 242, issue 6703.
The next 40 years Because of widespread interest, the survey
The Economist. Saturday, 8 April 1972.
Page 20. Vol 243, issue 6711.
No one quite like them
Brian Beedham Survey of Japan
The Economist. Saturday, 31 March 1973.
Pages s7,s8. Vol 246, issue 6762.
The people we have become
Survey of UK
The Economist. Saturday, 28 April 1973.
Pages s3-s8. Vol 247, issue 6766.
The people we have become
The Economist. Saturday, 12 May 1973.
Pages 4,6. Vol 247, issue 6768.
The Economist. Saturday, 7 July 1973.
Page 4. Vol 248, issue 6776.
The Economist. Saturday, 1 December 1973.
Pages s35,s36. Vol 249, issue 6797.
The socialist revolutionaries are at take-off point
Survey of Algeria
turday, 13 April 1974.
Pages 41-45. Vol 251, issue 6816.
After 10 years (The Economist changed editors The departing one, Alastair Burnet, on what we have been trying to do
The Economist. Saturday, 26 October 1974.
Pages 15,16. Vol 253, issue 6844.
The embarrassed heir
The Economist. Saturday, 4 January 1975.
Pages 15-18. Vol 254, issue 6854.
A garden is lovesome
The Economist. Saturday, 4 January 1975.
Pages 22-28. Vol 254, issue 6854.
The Economist. Saturday, 1 February 1975.
Page 6. Vol 254, issue 6858.
Survey of America's Third Century
The Economist. Saturday, 25 October 1975.
Page 3. Vol 257, issue 6896.
Recessional for the second great empire?
Pages s3,s4. Vol 257, issue 6896.
Page s42. Vol 257, issue 6896.
America's third century
Page 4. Vol 257, issue 6898.
Page 10. Vol 257, issue 6899.
Page 10. Vol 257, issue 6903.
Survey of The Coming Entrepreneurial Revolution (ER)
Page 3. Vol 261, issue 6956.
Ten green bottles
The Economist. Saturday, 25 December 1976.
Pages 41-43. Vol 261, issue 6956.
Towards the industrial archipelago
Pages 31,32. Vol 262, issue 6958.
Bottom-up is best
Page 35. Vol 262, issue 6958.
Granulated Capitalism - a survey responding to ER
Page 3. Vol 262, issue 6958.
The coming entrepreneurial revolution
>The Economist. Saturday, 22 January 1977.
Pages 4,6. Vol 262, issue 6960.
Page 4. Vol 262, issue 6962.
Big can be beautiful
A response to ER by 2 managers of General Electric Company
Pages 45,46. Vol 262, issue 6966.
Son of Buggins
Page 34. Vol 262, issue 6966.
Quiet flows the chart
The Economist. Saturday, 5 March 1977.
Pages 38,45. Vol 262, issue 6966.
Pages 34-38. Vol 262, issue 6966.
Even more entrepreneurial
Norman Macrae replies to nearly 3 months of correspondence on Entrepreneurial Revolution
Pages 33-38. Vol 262, issue 6967.
Page 3. Vol 262, issue 6967.
Britain and Europe
Page 4. Vol 262, issue 6969.
Page 3. Vol 263, issue 6975.>
Tomorrow's workshop -
2 billion people - novel suggestions for East Asia
Pages s7-s11. Vol 263, issue 6975.
The Economist. Saturday, 4 June 1977.
Page 7. Vol 263, issue 6979.
A miracle has been postponed
The Economist. Saturday, 31 December 1977.
Pages 13-15. Vol 266, issue 7009.
On a wing, a prayer and a string
The Economist. Saturday, 31 December 1977.
Page 24. Vol 266, issue 7009.
Will we no' go back again?
The Economist. Saturday, 31 December 1977.
Pages 33,34. Vol 266, issue 7009.
The sleeping giant
The Economist. Saturday, 31 December 1977.
Pages 19-22. Vol 266, issue 7009.
The rules return
Pages 39-41. Vol 266, issue 7009.
The Economist. Saturday, 21 January 1978.
Page 6. Vol 266, issue 7012.
Towards a Keynesian Friedmanism
The Economist. Saturday, 17 June 1978.
Pages 37-41. Vol 267, issue 7033.
The Economist. Saturday, 22 July 1978.
Pages 108,109. Vol 268, issue 7038.
Coping stones (Walter Bagehot)
Page 125. Vol 269, issue 7052.
Survey of broken-down governments in English-speaking world
The Economist. Saturday, 23 December 1978.
Pages 45-48. Vol 269, issue 7060.
The Economist. Saturday, 23 December 1978.
Page 3. Vol 269, issue 7060.
Too much government
The Economist. Saturday, 27 January 1979.
Pages 4,6. Vol 270, issue 7065.
Elephants can't be pink
The Economist. Saturday, 4 August 1979.
Pages s3,s4. Vol 272, issue 7092.
The post-Confucian challenge
The Economist. Saturday, 9 February 1980.
Pages 67,68. Vol 274, issue 7119.
The decade for the third shock?
The Economist. Saturday, 23 February 1980.
Pages s3,s4. Vol 274, issue 7121.
The Economist. Saturday, 15 March 1980.
Page 6. Vol 274, issue 7124.
The Economist. Saturday, 12 April 1980.
Pages 4,5. Vol 275, issue 7128.
4 questions of Yes We Can co-create yunus fund as largest investment fund in youth?
hello there is so much to change in the next 11 quarters - by end 2013 we will know how free bangladesh's future is for this decade as well as whether we have helped make "Social Business models Time is Now" for net generation's most exciting goals for 2020
- so I have listed some example contexts that some of you have already done huge amounts of work on- hopefully if you recognise how dr yunus has inspired one of your projects –7 changeworld leadership clusters - you will help explain it better than me to some of us and if you dont see your most urgent actions being represented in the list of prototype funding revolutions you will add one by inspiring us with an approximate way through the 4 questions
q1 with which world leaders -eg sarah butler-sloss (lord sainbury's eldest daughter and a change world leader in micro-energy),
&1.1 emperor of japan and prince charles
& 1.2 skoll, and google africa ; carlos slim? tom hunter?
& 1.3 sarkozi, and prodi? And robinson?
& 1.4 UK Yunus Fund team's triple play up to olympics. & Euro-royals, & current/former national leaders (eg Romano Prodi, Mary Robinson)
& 1.5 jack ma
& 1.6 rich family shareholders of The Economist (eg sainsbury's cadburys rothschilds)
q2 how to fund youth; q3 where/when over next 11 quarters (end 2013 being critical date for sustaining bangladesh as open net generation leader of millennium goals)
2.1 Green social business stockmarket -Japan NOW!
2.2 Giving 2.1, gates has a cluster of billionaires giving half future worrth to macroeconomics- who will help form billionaires giving to microeconomics & youths greatest goals?
2.3 sarkozi has proposed including bangladesh 201os most exciting nations as G21 as G20 is expanded to G25 before end 2013; moreover good news last year france may have overtaken usa in creating most startups ever (650,000+) by a western nation (this was announced french embassy in dc with approval of 24 MIT entrepreneurial hubs and obama's stratups race- a programme begun early 2011)
2.4 reforming youth investment across europe :
(dormant accounts of big society bank, turn unused government properties into youth city-centres and local dragons dens and other reality tv programs (mostly originated by BBC tv producers in UK but made famous elsewhere), make london olympics turning point in celebrating youth entrepreneurship and 2020's greatest networking goals - 5 quarters left to change how the 23 lead global brand sponsors of olympics understand how to honor what queen elizabeth represents if you were to do a mastermind quiz on microeconomics of youth and commonwealth future history 1843-2012
2.5 jack ma is to china youth job creation and e-revolution what yunus is to bangladesh?
2.6 back in 1843 lot more was known about sustainability of economics and good news social action media than is understood today- for example The Economist was founded around 1 main entrepreneurial ideology and 2 goals :
ideology - "experience demonstrates that no joint stock company can do as well as an individual on any purpose that is within reach of individual" p47 of biography of The Economist's first 100 years- the first 2 social action goals of The Economist end hunger caused by Corn Laws; end capital punishment as convenient way old people got rid of youth born into big city poverty
q4 developing what collaboration media
danone communities portal in every mother tongue
sing for hope in every future city
journal of social business to end macroeconomics' irresponsibilities
naila's good news portals to connect first 300 co-journalists of social busienss and actioning exciting youth goals of 2020
collection of 10 Entrepreneurial Bangladesh leaflets on 10 social action dialogues (which norman macrae foundation wants to help search for co-sponsors) most urgent to bangladesh and millennium goals - eg mostofa's leaflet 1 reminds world of shakti's race to solar, leaflet 2 can remind world of greenchildren and caledonian nursing college race to end nurseless villages ,,
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recommendation - celebrate research of green world leadership 3000
we have small things we can do like entrepreneurial bangladesh's first leaflet being on green and the possibility to make a green issue of journal of social business an absolute priority
can we recheck the 3000 leaders list yunus centre prepared for journal of social business launch for who are the most trusted green contacts - for example was neville williams on the list? was whomever is in middle of obama's 5 million green jobs program? was john mackey? ns whomever is greenest person at mit after several years of the yunus prize there?
we have big things we can do: given dad's 2 most extraordinary entrepreneurial nations both need open green most - bangladesh so it doesnt sink and japan to clean up food chain and seas
which country's top people including japan both regally and poliitically can dr yunus write to suggesting they might like to join a worldwide effort in 2 first regards:
1 nominate a university within their nation that is prepared to work on open sourcing all technologies of photosynthesis-
2 form the first social business stockmarket of green as part of the yunus fund co-branding
we already have strong friends of yunus in this area with sarah's network, paul and the attenborogh's bbc connections, neville willliams and so forth
one of my father's best friends demonstrated cambridge university gained more by open sourcing the genome than all those who raced to close source it; morever it was von neumann himself who declared that in the connected age of the net generation we should race to end patents of more than 3 months duration since any core group in a highly networked world with a 3 months lead has an extraordinary advantage as long as its still using its epicentre of knowledge primarily for progress of all of humanity
veolia and danone are already strong on water research and presumably can help identify broader networks of open green
to the extent that aid agencis jica, dfid and usaid need a joint rebriefing on various things including how to include youth in public private partnerships and what to do if they wish to continue to reinvest in the sort of bangladesh develop paradigm the first 40 years of bangladesh as a nation is famous for assembling, then the world open panel of green experts is something these 3 aid agtencies could be optimisticaly asked to join in with - if necessary with some nudges from royal families in 2 cases and a president (son of microcredit) in the other case
I imagine that jack ma has some under the radar green contacts
having good news to celebrate on green the week before the olympics will naturally increas prince charles leadership of this fringe social busienss festival
sure there are many more opportunity ideas to multiply-
Our 1984 text from Death of Distance ‘s 2024 Report published as book in 5 languages and 3rd in trilogy on Entrepreneurial Revolution : 1976 Entrepreneurial Revolution, The Economist; 1982 We’re All IntraPreneurial Now, The Economist
End of chapter 16:
Sunlight is the fuel which sustains life on earth. The process by which plants extract energy from sunlight, using that energy to build up complex compounds from simper ones and thereby storing the energy which animals, including humans, use to grow and move and see and think is the life-process itself. We (human beings) have always exploited that life-process, but in the past we have only been able to do so by using living plants as our agents. We learned to cultivate them, develop them by selective breeding, and since the 1980s to meddle with their genes, but we have not yet learned to substitute something of our own making for the living plant. We have not found or made a more efficient substitute for chlorophyll itself outside the naturally-occurring factory which is the living cell.
Until we design our own systems which can deploy the energy of sunlight as efficiently as humble algae does, we humans have no real biotechnology of our own. We have many kinds of solar cells which can extract energy from the sunlight and store is as electricity or heat, but such devices are very crude indeed beside the technical sophistication and versatility of living plants.
We are making a determined effort to capture and use a greater fraction of the solar energy which falls upon the face of the earth every day. We are trying to make plants flourish in paces where at present they can only eke out the most precarious of existence. The ideal situation, however, would be one in which we did not need to work so hard to adapt existing plants to more hostile conditions. If we had our own artificial systems of photosynthesis we might exploit the desert sun ourselves, without using other organisms as intermediaries. Our ultimate ambition must be to make artificial photosynthetic systems more efficient than those which have evolved alongside side us throughout the history of life on earth. Then and only then will we be able to claim that we are technologically self-sufficient. In 2024, this looks as if it might be one of our children's tasks.
more on optimistic scenarios on how net generation can be10 times more productive than any prior one provided we select mots urgent open goals first at http://www.normanmacrae.com/netfuture.html
Entrepreneneurial Revolution's best News of Month - April 2011
Anne launches Informal Dragons Den
in any UK town audience between 20 and 1000
panel of judges
one local philanthropist
one existing star entrepreneur from utime (eg jamie oliver chefs of social business) and big society
one yunus partner or co-developer of world's largest youth investment fund
one media or reality tv person - ideally from bbc
judging 3 minute pitches by local youth or sb entrepreneurs
leverages dormarnt bank accounts
empty government myplaces
electronic good news of social action journalised by or for youth
first year of informal dragons den will be written up in journal of social busienss - presented to royal family (and other top 10 supporters of yunus - eg sarkozi prodi quenn sofia) as they kick off the week of youth celebrations prior to london olympics
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As matter of history, 3 people, footnoted, wrote the first book on the internet. It mapped how to free worldwide economic value by celebrating empowerment of youth around the overarching goal of ending poverty http://www.normanmacrae.com/netfuture.html
a question due to occur to brian and i when we meet in paris in mid june - can another book celebrate 2010s as most exciting decade as youth trace to a sustainable planet
1 perhaps it could map the 20 most exciting projects the net generation's world could co-produce around muhammad yunus linked into some historical commentary on what macroeconomic crisis was being reconciled using dad's archives
1 Green Social Business Stockmarket co-sponsored by Emperors of Japan, Germany's race to end-nuclear, and Spanish cucumbers
2 Yunus OpenTech Worldwide : Does your country have something great to celebrate during 2010s? Why not land a Yunus OpenTech Partnering Roundtable at the same time the world celebrates your country
4 Lead youth investment across Europe: turn dormant bank accounts into youth and community social business funds ...
5 wanted: A Drivers Test of Banking
or any other ideas most worth using networking economics on ??
2 perhaps it could interview 10 people whose life's works converge on muhammad yunus - eg michael palin - but who as yet dont know how to wholly linkin to him
or what would you suggest?
chris macrae 1 301 881 1655
brian stableford was our science and socoliogy correspondent with a particular belief that the world of 1984 on most needed to invest in photosynthesis
dad was our economist and history of conflicts correspondent
and I have messed around with computerised learning since 1973 in something oddly called the UK's national dev program in computer assisted learning which had an internet with about 500 students using at same time from 4 univeristies and mainly me as its content programmer; though by 1983 i was in paris using the first database software (express) which MIT created to model global markets
The Entrepreneurial Revolution trilogy begun in The Economist of 25 December 1976 was completed with a 1984 book about the future. It was one of the strangest things I had ever read.
It had boundless optimism --
Over the last decade, I have written many articles in The Economist and delivered lectures in nearly 30 countries across the world saying the future should be much more rosy. This book explores the lovely future people could have if only all democrats made the right decisions.
combined with a weird technological vision --
Eventually books, files, television programmes, computer information and telecommunications will merge. We'll have this portable object which is a television screen with first a typewriter, later a voice activator attached. Afterwards it will be minaturised so that your personal access instrument can be carried in your buttonhole, but there will be these cheap terminals around everywhere, more widely than telephones of 1984. The terminals will be used to access databases anywhere in the globe, and will become the brainworker's mobile place of work. Brainworkers, which will increasingly mean all workers, will be able to live in Tahiti if they want to and telecommute daily to the New York or Tokyo or Hamburg office through which they work. In the satellite age costs of transmission will not depend mainly on distance. And knowledge once digitalised can be replicated for use anywhere almost instantly.
and a startlingly fresh economic perspective --
In the 1890s around half of the workforce in countries like the United States were in three occupations: agriculture, domestic service and jobs to do with horse transport. By the 1970s these three were down to 4 per cent of the workforce. If this had been foretold in the 1890s, there would have been a wail. It would have been said that half the population was fit only to be farmworkers, parlourmaids and sweepers-up of horse manure. Where would this half find jobs? The answer was by the 1970s the majority of them were much more fully employed ( because more married women joined the workforce) doing jobs that would have sounded double-Dutch in the 1890s: extracting oil instead of fish out of the North Sea; working as computer programmers, or as television engineers, or as package-holiday tour operators chartering jet aircraft.
Brian could you see yourself joining in this sort of writers' quest
Norman Macrae’s Future Yearbook 2012
Inviting you and yours to participate in the 20 most exciting projects ever networked
Dedicated to Youth and Dr Muhammad Yunus
Norman Macrae's curiosity got him mixed up with more extraordinary future movements than any journalist of the 20th Century. In 1955 he was the only journalist at the birth of the European Union. In 1962, he was the first economist to forecast the return of Japan as a world class innovative force.
Norman’s most famous future history was The Entrepreneurial Revolution Trilogy
Part 1 published by The Economist Xmas day 1976. and translated for Southern Europe by Romano Prodi , foresaw the need for the world to change stockmarkets if people were to prevent a meltdown of the global financial system in 2010s. Joyfully, part 2 "We're All Intrapreneurial Now" in 1982 mapped how productive lives in service economies (or children's schools) were no longer to be bossed about.
By 1984, Norman's team of authors were the first to journalise the extraordinary possibilities of the internet generation 1984-2024. Unlike consuming things, knowledge can multiply value in use and network’s death of distance can bring down degrees of separation on life critical information, and once knowhow is digitally coded the cost to replicate it worldwide comes down to nought.
Norman's 1996 leadership of an Oxford Union debate is reputed to have caused more than one politician to have a heart attack. Be warned before you click to it http://oxbridge.tv
When Norman died in 2010 his obituary in The Economist dubbed him the Unacknowledged Giant and rued the fact that the work needed to prove Norman’s contention that the 2010s would become the most exciting decade was still to be done.
But Norman had been overjoyed early in 2008 to meet the greatest entrepreneuriual revolutionary of his lifetime. He started plotting what he confidently believed would be the 20 most exciting projects ever networked and demanded they start up by 2012 – the 170th year of The Economist which had itself started up with goals of ending hunger and openly investing in youth’s futures all over the world .
This book is dedicated to Youth and their most joyful economic guide Muhammad Yunus. Let us see how many of Norman’s top 20 networking projects light up the world before The Economist is 171 years old.
our story so far: halima who organises MIT entrepreneur galas at embassy of france in dc (in an attempt to get french startups and obama startup leaders to mix) and I have a short luncheon on monday discussing what impossible becomes possible transformation embassy of france would like to celebrate while yunus testifies to US congress fall11 (see last fall's invitations from congress attached)
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Thanks ! I was happy that we had the opportunity to host MIT gala.
I will come back to you on after having had a chance to read journals of social business.
Jean-François BOITTIN,Ministre conseiller pour les affaires économiques et financières
Service Économique Régional de Washington Ambassade de France aux États-Unis
since at monday June 6 meeting with M Boittin, we are talking to one of france's 3 most influentially connected economists I would like to ask him to help specify what we friends of youth and yunus in america and round-world (and embassy of france) do during yunus congress visit, and before and after
ever since congress last september voted to hear from yunus as youth's genius economist my family and friends have seen his congress visit -fall 2011 - as america's last best chance to change economics - something obama came to power on here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GzEajBQ9gmQ and then never did enact, quite possibly because of the fatal error of feeling he owed the clintons healthcare reform before economics (job creation banking) reform
changes to economics that are needed for 2010s to be youths most productive decade all round the world are clear to anyone who has read and truly interacted round my dad's 1984 script at anytime in the last 27 years; only france in developed nation has rediscovered how to invite youth to sustain entrepreneurial revolution while also changing the names og the game such as E-G8 and microeconomic G25
look mathematically at any famous economists' usa discourse and they (their overarching system) are still talking about the politics of disinvesting in youth; my dads's 1962 book "sunshades in october" itself a sequel to "london capital market" warned that the then new breed of macroeconomists was rapidly becoming youth's greatest enemy, something that Keynes general theory had also forewarned as a possibility once powers that be realised that structure of economics systems - not democratic systems per se - ultimately condition everything else that human behaviour stochastically does -including the huge risks it compounds the less critical information top people free in time for all 7 billion of us to make sense of what to innovate as death of distance makes us boudaryless as value exchangers
; wall street 2008 is just one dismal example of 46 years of compounding the same fatal conceit of too-much top-down and behind closed doors need to know, instead of community rsiing and let knowhow openly multiply value in use
the opportunity of service economies - not yet understood by thing-age american strategists (worst of which reside at business schools like harvard) is to empower people not to boss them -norman 1982 http://www.normanmacrae.com/intrapreneur.html
the economic opportunity of knowledge networking age is to open source way above zero sum models (Norman biography of von neumann) - yunus tragedy is that there is no worldwide model for quality certifying an open idea
so maybe the partnering process we urgently need to blend before and after embassy dc yunus roundtable is less about thinking who should attend the roundtable with yunus and more about how to discover and write up a guide to the 20 most exciting new economics projects the world of youth can network in 2010s
example of Boittin connections
Meaning of DSK: Thanks to then Embassy of France to the U.S. Minister-Counselor for Economic Affairs, and now recently returned Embassy Minister of Finance, Jean-Francois Boittin, I met Dominique Strauss-Kahn for a one-on-one meeting in 1998. Boittin, working single-handedly to correct my over-familiarity with Asia by a productive junket to Paris, said "You must experience Strauss-Kahn; there is no one else like him in France, and perhaps the world."
As France's Finance Minister, when I met him, Strauss-Kahn had emerged in the French Socialist party as its leading, sometimes reluctant, sometimes bullish globalist. Europe was hard-charging into deepening its internal arrangements, and Strauss-Kahn had helped engineer technically and politically his nation's forfeiture of the French franc and the embrace of the Euro.
But Strauss-Kahn was never a manic neoliberal nor is he what financier George Soros derisively calls a "market fundamentalist." Strauss-Kahn, even when we discussed his views of the global economy in 1998, was a storm of contradictions that nonetheless made sense.
He could see deeper global economic dependencies growing and simultaneously increasing the speed and scale of financial transactions but in contrast to the U.S. ruling triumvirate of Robert Rubin, Lawrence Summers and Alan Greenspan, Strauss-Kahn believed in healthy and robust regulation and monitoring. Strauss-Kahn has always been concerned about the human and national victims of an amoral global economic order.
In 1998, Strauss-Kahn said that there was much to admire in what was happening in the U.S. with the boom in information technology and the inspirational aspects of what President Clinton was trying to sell as benign U.S.-led globalization, but Strauss-Kahn feared that America was blind to the downsides of economic deepening around the world and needed to be careful of turning globalization into a religion.
In so many ways, Dominique Strauss-Kahn's thoughts were highly prescient about the instabilities being cooked into an evolving global economic system in which manic deregulation and the triumph of markets were going to bring serious challenges.
Strauss-Kahn has long been the living embodiment of an ideological hybrid between Milton Friedman and Joseph Stiglitz, two antagonists profiled in journalist Michael Hirsh's Capital Offense: How Washington's Wise Men Turned America's Future Over to Wall Street. And this is what the highly regulated world of French socialist-capitalism needed, and also what the world needed and got when Strauss-Kahn became Executive Director of the International Monetary Fund.
Given the global financial crisis of 2009 and the many foreshocks of that crisis that have been brewing around the world in earlier years, the IMF -- if to survive -- needed someone who would be able to convince the new growing major economies like Brazil, China, Turkey, South Africa, Saudi Arabia and India that the IMF could partner with their aspirations and regional financial needs rather than be a rival to them. Dominique Strauss-Kahn, during his tenure at the IMF, has largely achieved this and helped steer the institution and the world through the rough currents of large scale financial deleveraging.
At the inaugural meeting of the Institute for New Economic Thinking, co-founded by George Soros, held at King's College in Cambridge, England where John Maynard Keynes used to reign, Strauss-Kahn spoke as one of the keynote speakers. As his remarks began, anti-IMF protesters had broken into the hall and hung a banner over the stage in front of 200 or so surprised economic thinkers and writers. I was in the second row and snapped the picture at the side, which I quickly fed to Arianna Huffington who in turn had it up as the lead on Huffington Post in about three minutes.
What followed was magnificent. Strauss-Kahn showed no fear at all of these protesters whom he engaged in discussion. He asked them to make clear their concerns -- to use his stage to articulate their core fears and demands and make this time that they had taken count. Unfortunately, the folks hanging the banner were not those most intellectually in tune with the protest and they ran off after he asked them to speak. I communicated with the protest leaders later and have no doubt that they would have done well in responding to Strauss-Kahn, but the key then is that he actually did think they should be heard and that the elite who had assembled in Keynes' former halls should not forget the voices of those worried about the impact of global economic policy making. It was a powerful moment, deftly managed by Strauss-Kahn.
Strauss-Kahn's latest IMF patient has been Greece, helping it to work through its debt nightmares. Virtually everyone gives the IMF Director high marks for his ability to keep in mind human faces when sorting through and dealing with the tough disciplines wrought by globalization.
I know nothing of Strauss-Kahn's rumored aggressiveness towards women and think that President Nicolas Sarkozy is right that he should be presumed innocent until the charges against him for sexual battery are sorted out. Nouriel Roubini has publicly speculated that it can't be discounted that this may be some sort of a set up. I won't speculate one way or another as I think at the time of this writing, none of us know the truth of what did or didn't happen.
What is clear is that Strauss-Kahn, who is one of the few major economic gladiators in the world to defend the rights and privileges of people, is human himself. We sometimes forget that.
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attached is the 1992 write up from dad's presentation at a major conference. It is on why the net generation would need to transform the processes of governments
Norman’s rehearsals of how youth’s futures need to innovate cheerfully above history’s compound conflicts were not much loved by UK Upper Classes with the odd exception (eg Prince Charles quipped using Norman Macrae's scriptwriting at his first tour of Japan starting Wales partnership with Sony and other goodwill impacts), but were warmly supported by 2 generations of the Imperial Family in Japan and the odd US president and John Von Neuman's family. In John Von Neumann's biography commissioned by Sloan Foundation, Norman Macrae identified Johnny's paradigm shift for designers of net generation economics; : Johnny grabbed other people's ideas, then by his clarity leapt five blocks ahead of them. and helped put them into practical effect. We think this is the social action that smart people exist to mediate - especially when you joyfully adopt Johnny's belief that computers will allow research teams to tackle one hundred times as many projects 100 times more quickly. Before Johnny, the happiest examination of the purpose of media was the 1943 biography of the centenary of The Economist. from which all of Norman's diaries stem join in next at Soros-INETe partner of coursera: money curriculum 1 sept 2013, or