Norman Macrae -The Economist pro-youth economist -bravo sir fazle abed & jack ma
JIm KIm is the most sincere practitioner DC has ever had- let's give this call on august 1 5 out of 10 though this month has seen far too much pr from other dc epicentred networks
Number 1 in Economics for Youth
So credit is Latin for trust. Bangladesh's whole development economy was built my village mothers* who trusted that investing in their daughters and sons productivity was best way to build a nation across generations. My father's 1956 book on the London Capital Market concluded the same, as did Bagehot's Lombard Street both written out of my hometown of Wimbledon
So we have been quizzed on how the most uneconomical network in the world pipes all credit into one scarcity market - property. So how do citizens across capitals build opposite-way round investment networks in the most abundant economic innovation - youth's most purposeful collaboration entrepreneur networks?
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* Footnote -As well as the lifelong investments of 16 million village mothers - Bangladesh's 2 main youth investment banks and open education systems - BRAC and Grameen - were built around the worldwide trust networks compounded over the lifetimes of the 2013 Soros Open Society Laureate Sir Fazle Abed and 2006 Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus. If the best for the world economists are not the most collaborative mappers of trust-flow, please tell me who you think they are? email@example.com http://wholeplanet.tv