Norman Macrae -The Economist pro-youth economist -bravo sir fazle abed & jack ma
Debate 2013.1 at conscious capitalism linkedin group
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Dad's 1972 survey (The Next 40 Years" at The Economist listed macroeconomic errors that the increasingly costly tv age had spawned and demanded smarter new media correct them:" if the coming global financial system of 2010s was not to collapse". It was in 1972 that dad and I had first seen 500 youth sharing knowhow around an early digital network.
That is also why my father's last project at Norman Macrae Foundation was to launch the Journal of Social Business challenging friends of the pro-youth economist Muhammad Yunus to share what errors in top down mindsets their microcredit summits on millennium goal interactions and their most purposeful community sustaining practices had learnt. The original Bangladeshi microcredits being the greatest youth investment bank designs yet tested on our planet. This is because BRAC and Grameen converged education and technology that poorest village families most economically needed to invest in for their next generation to co-produce the most productive goals our race has ever imagined and could sustain, if we urgently collaborate to get rid of the anti-youth economists -and their endless politics that definitely doesn't serve "we the people" let alone youth.</p><br />
<p>Fortunately, when it comes to the purpose of banking, there is one gamechanger left that will decide winning and losing nations though the point is that gross world product of the post-industrial revolution should never have involving adding up gross national products. It could have started with how to multiply each productively networked being life impacts. That way all peoples can win-win-win from being more connected than separated with the death of distance as a major cost in communicating and co-working</p><br />
<p>The gamechanger is cashless banking. I would love to hear from anyone who wants to help design the MOOC of that.</p>.........<br />