Norman Macrae -The Economist pro-youth economist -bravo sir fazle abed & jack ma
.Back in 1972 dad at The Economist enjoyed seeing students experiment with early digital networks. Whatever the industrial age modeled economics around, surely he asked from 1972 the post-industrial age should aim to:
maximize prople productive lifetimes
fully value societies investments - in childrens education, in renewable resources especially celebrating al green energy innovations.
You can test crony capitalism against true youth capitalism - no integration of investment in people and n society in the numbers, then you are looking at crony capitalism - the sort that designs futures around speculators and the biggest not better futures for 99% of us. Join us in ensuring that the 25000 youth who come to Atlanta 2015 and the millions of online youth are linked into MOOC that map economics around sustaining working lifetimes and every global village in our increasing borderless planet. Help youth to action network the Nobel peace laureatesmost collaborative agenda
.After 10 years of debating Entrepreneurial Revolution in The Economist, dad and I wrote a book in time to publish a different end game to Orwell's Big Brother- why not value million times more collaboration technology by investing in the most heroic millennium goals a generation - the first net generation - have ever celebrated?
It was clear that the 20th century's biggest organisations cannot by themselves sustain the net generation. So the search eas onnew botton-up networking designs that value open tech and open source and open society. 33 years on father's last articles celebrated he share courage of the Muhammad Yunus sScial business model. Why not design the most purposeful organisations in the world by making the owners and those in most desperate need of a life critical service one and the same. Whether you are designing purposes in the race to poverty museums or to ensure full youth employment all over the world, a market sector that sustains a thriving social business has a benchmark for the most purposeful organisation each market can free across generations