next solutions ready for inter-community replication - we call these microfranchises and believe the clearest design criteria for these has been explained by Sir Fazle Abed (though tell us if you have a clearer mentor of maximum 9 minute training modules -the format we survey for million youth viralisation)3 Ours search aims to linkin projects of what Jim Kim has called the 2 defining social movements of the net generation #2030 and youth jobs summits
MICROWIKI CLUSTERSThe slides show some of the emerging clusters - for examplehow can education most help youth create jobs•
CONTEXTWe are passionate about the C-word of MOOC - I value it as much about collaboration as course and curriculum. It seems to me that the 3 C's together with massive Open Online are defining entrepreneurial opportunities of the net generation. Our Entrepreneurial Revolution search for Net Generation is something my father at The Economist and I first started researching in 1972 - my first job being at what was then called The UK National Development project for Computer assisted learning.
My father's main job as a journalist of youth capitalism and deputy editor of The Economist : facilatation of leadership/innovation/investment discussions of the net generation 1975-2025 being the biggest opportunity and risk to human sustainability.
Those who design system to integrate millions of communities into a worldwide value exchange have known since 1975 that the net generation is more likely to compound either 10 times better or 10 times worse freedoms for 99% of peoples livelihoods- not something in between. The worse endgame remains clearly written up in literature as early as Orwell's Big Brother. The positive explorations are what the curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution started in The Economist in 1972 tries to charter.
2018 sees the 175th year of The Economist being founded to mediate an end to hunger and an end to capital abuse of youth, It is this context that I recommend a clearing house catalogue Collaboration Microwiki of Youth Capitalism
MICOWIKI CATALOGUEAttached are links to some early cases but please look at this as survey. If you see a big hole- in other words if the most collaborative youth movement source you believe in isnt mentioned- consider starting up a microwiki and telling us where to find it…
August 14, 2018Posted byChina BriefingWritten byMark Preen
The scale of China’s urbanization over the past four decades is a staggering feat in human history.
In 1978, the year in which China started its policy of ‘reform and opening-up’, the urban population was just over 171 million – 17.9 percent of the total population. In 2016, the urban population was nearly 783 million – 56.8 percent of the total population.
However, history is still in the making as the country’s urban population is on course to hit the one billion mark by 2030.
The government is taking a leading role in supporting this urbanization. One of the primary reasons for this is because research shows that a country’s urbanization level is correlated with its level of economic growth.
The city cluster plan
Of the 19 city clusters, the central government has prioritized three of them to become world-class clusters by 2020. These three clusters, in the Pearl River Delta, the Yangtze River Delta, and Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei, will be the most innovative and internationally competitive of all the clusters, and thus drive national economic development.
The other 16 clusters will have relatively less economic clout. These other 16 clusters can be classified into eight medium-sized and eight small-sized clusters.
Medium-sized clusters each comprise about 3 to 9 percent of national GDP and focus on driving regional economic development. Meanwhile, each small-sized cluster is equal to or less than 2 percent of GDP and focus on driving provincial economic development.
It is likely that two of the eight medium-sized clusters, the Yangtze Mid-River cluster and the Chengdu-Chongqing cluster, will eventually graduate to join the ranks of the three world-class city clusters.
Furthermore, the combined economic contribution of the country’s clusters is astounding.
In 2015 China’s 11 largest city clusters accounted for one-third of the country’s population and two-thirds of its economic activity, according to the Asian Development Bank. Meanwhile, The Economist reports that the 19 city clusters account for nine-tenths of the country’s economic activity.
Although each cluster is ambitious in its own right, the government plans to link the clusters along ‘two-horizontal and three-vertical’ corridors. The ‘two horizontals’ are the Land Bridge Corridor in the north and the Yangtze River Corridor; the ‘three verticals’ are the Coastal Corridor, the Harbin-Beijing-Guangzhou Railway Corridor, and the Baotou-Kunming Railway Corridor.
To extend the international influence of China and its clusters, one of the horizontal corridors and one of the vertical corridors will be linked to the Belt and Road Initiative. The Yangtze River Corridor will be linked to the land ‘Belt’ section, while the Coastal Corridor will be linked to maritime ‘Road’ section.
Reasons for the city clusters
Although city clusters are not unique to China, the sheer scale of the government’s ambitions for city clusters are beyond those of any other country. The average size of the five biggest clusters in China is 110 million people, which is almost triple the size of Tokyo, the biggest city cluster currently in the world, with a population of 40 million.
Some of the reasons for using city clusters in China are also specifically relevant to the country’s new and current stage of economic development. The government recognizes that the economy is slowing down, and to sustain the economy, it needs to rebalance away from a reliance on export- and investment-led growth, moving towards consumption-led growth.
CHINA'S FASTEST GROWING CITIES
City clusters and its intended urbanization may help because urban dwellers with higher incomes generally consume more than rural dwellers. Clustering can also increase China’s productivity and innovation by grouping more firms and increase the size of the labor market.
Well-connected infrastructure and transport facilities are vital to this because the effective size of a labor market is defined by the average number of jobs accessible per worker in less than a one-hour commute.
The integration of clusters with more developed hubs, and less developed peripheral cities, may assist China with its policies of supply-side reforms and high-quality growth. Through clustering, resources will be reallocated from bigger cities to smaller cities.
This will allow smaller cities, which tend to be at earlier stages of industrialization, to move up the value chain and away from heavy polluting industries, while bigger cities can move further up the value chain by focusing on innovation and the Made in China 2025 industrial strategy.
The free trade zones (FTZs) will also assist the bigger cities in attracting more innovation-based investment.
Question marks around the city clusters
Due to the size of the clusters, each cluster will require effective coordination involving different levels of government.
The plan is for central government to be more responsible for inter-provincial coordination, while provincial governments will be more responsible for intra-provincial coordination.
LOCATION ANALYSIS AND SITE SELECTION
However, there are concerns that cluster-wide coordination will be difficult, especially in the short run. One of the main causes for concern is that there is a tradition of municipal and provincial governments competing for projects and investment opportunities. More regional governance is therefore needed.
In the case of the Yangtze River Delta cluster, for example, the authorities of Shanghai, Zhejiang, Jiangsu, and Anhui agreed on a three-year action plan for 2018-2020, and launched the Collaborative Advantage Fund to manage resources.
Some sceptics also think that the government’s plans are unrealistic. For example, there are concerns that the labor market of each cluster will not actually be as populous as planned because high-speed train stations are usually far from city centers, which means travel between cities in a cluster can be more than one hour.
Further, the government has only completed plans for 12 clusters – the remaining plans expected by 2019. Even the exact number of clusters is not clear – some sources report that planning could be extended to as many as 22 clusters.
Despite these concerns, China has a record for historical development achievements, and achieving these records in its own unique way. One only has to look at China’s urbanization over the past four decades.
Although investors should approach clusters with caution and diligence, they should also recognize that clusters should be taken seriously – there are a lot of potential opportunities in China’s next phase of urban development.
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Bangladesh empowered nation building by billion poorest village women
triangle of going post colonial post industrial post carbon
optimism media triangle - joy of ending poverty, joy of celebrating each others nations, joy of trillions times Moore comstech (media computing mobile telecoms) that when man and machine raced to the moon
idea 1 1946 -reboot the 8 main empire nations- all north of latitude 40 - 6 westerns, one japan eastern, one the roof of the whole of Eurasia and almost half the arctic circle;
transition from rebooting 8 nations to developing the world's nearly 200 nations- many with borders that are unnatural as far as mother earths flows goes and unnatural culturally because empires used them to divide and conquer peoples they controlled top down- take for example Gandhi’s work which across 3 regions south Asia south Africa and North Europe mainly London shows the chaos British empire law spun everywhere
idea 2 word war 2 had interrupted (partly propagated) by developments in mass media radio and tv, it added huge leaps in two other technologies - the opportunities of computing and the threats of nuclear- through the 1950s von Neumann did his best to humanize these unprecedented forces
1963 is one important time to summarize:
America had successfully rebooted japan and s Korea and the whole of east Asia’s island nations were free to rise : japan Taiwan Hong Kong Singapore
first AI debates were merging - from the detailed one of how would teaching change if every child had a Japanese pocket calculators, to if man can reach the moon with the new tech what isn’t possible-within a few year Gordon Moore was to add the 3rd ai debate what of electronic engineers promise 100 times moore silicon chip power every decade to 2030- that will be a trillion times Moore than raced to moon by 2030
BUT the man who had inspired the moon race subgeneration was assassinated : in fact 2 Kennedys 10 black leaders and Yoko Ono's husband pop idol John Lennon- America was to get caught up in 3 unnerving challenges:
cultural inclusion across USA and indeed from north to south America
the military complex that had emerged in being the superpower that had kept Stalin at bay
media and world events whose bad news ended the century of the America dream having appeared to be every human dream ( the Cuban crisis bring cold war support of dictators to Latin America, the unwinnable Vietnam war, the crisis in oil markets and nations whose only trade was oil)
Europe had launched 20 old peoples dreams of its own- health and pension services which were inspiring ideas until you realized they needed to go beyond the large youth bobble- youth sponsoring elders costs of health and pensions; the EU which had been born sensibly in Messina but became a bureaucracy instead of a free market paradigm - while it did integrate Germany and France’s coal and iron so they would never go to war with each other- look how biased 5 of the 6 founding EU nations were against Europe’s south coastal belt (med sea facing nations)- and so its connections with: Asia where in terms of population numbers most of the world and most of the conflicts of the colonial era were spiralling: Africa a continent without any of the East’s post-colonial rising suns.
ASIA PACIFIC CENTURY
Celebrate good news from the far east nations rising suns where the green revolution had turned rice into the food security crop, oral rehydration had given rural mothers south of latitude 25 the mo0st vital of community building role and blossoming was win-win traders around the new tech, china was being invited to bring its firth of the world population back to world trade (it exiled itself for over 100 years rather than accept British empires ultimatum to accept opium as a currency). Note that unlike the scarcity of consuming up thing’s life critical knowhow multiples value if 4G and 5G tech can humanize AI
By 1980 it was clear if we helped youth and educators understand a decade ahead of 100 times Moore surely the exponentials of uniting millennials as the first sd generation were still possible even as the big broth exponentials of an opposite end game foreseen in Orwell’s big brother were multiplying too -reference 2025 report published from 1984 as alternative to Orwell’s endgame- timelining -and mediating- each G decades biggest challenges to empowering girls and boys to be the SD Generation). Humanize AI and 5G now, or never again see mother earth empower over 8 billion girls and boys to blossom
d by world changer Berners Lee for? As an internationalist Scot I came to Washington DC 18 years ago (accidentally as my wife and then my baby daughter wanted to study here).. Maybe I have been looking in the wrong place,
but largely I would say this lobbyist's epicentre and relic of 20th C superpower ranks near the value multiplying bottom of capitals helping youth to change the world. Dont misread me- of course Wash DC has huge resources and arguably number 1 brand for
helping youth but it is dominated by the segment of economists Keynes feared most as destroyers of youth futures (if while you are a teenager only ever read one extract by an economist I would recommend the last 3 pages of Keynes General Theory)
However there have been a few extraordinary signs recently so I suggest if you post - on DC or your capital - you just list the positives:
3 World Bank youth summit cheered on by JIm Kim and seconded by UN Envoy for Youth (love this plea for the next social movement https://class.coursera.org/changetheworld-001/lecture/33 )
2 Blessed Coffee's The best value chain map for calling the world of 200000 poorest African farmers I have ever had the privilege to audit
1 Being invited to judge a youth Entrepreneur competition animated out of Tuskegee University- a university founded by the former slave Booker T Washington. This being a part of a world series of events where a whole region is asked to "listen to your
youth's most entrepreneurial pitch" connected by youth's favorite job creating economist Muhammad Yunus (his DC meetup on this being here and this change the world finishing line for celebrating youth's 2015 millennium goals converging here)
's sustainability; the greatest risk comes from mens banks specialising in manipulating property bubbles- headline from china surveys in The Economist in 1975 and earlier and recently reproven 2015 paris summit if soros millennials -rethinking economics from ground up - further references kimuniversity.com and sorosjobs.com
2 sustainability requires auditing exponential goodwill, transparency and openness - the exact opposite metrics of 20th century global accounting standards and big banking's: quarterly extraction, non-transparency and separation of silos so the biggest always rules the human race however " target="_blank">entrepreneurial the smallest and most locally challenged are
2a global accounting and ancillary global professions (lawyers, ad agencies etc( also compounds risks at borders even though collaboration is the net generation's innovation advantage -references valuetrue.com and wherever youth viralise what the pope celebrates as POP (Preferential Option Poor)- thank goodness the 2nd biggest population brand has a hi-trust leaders in this the stage of 2000 times doubling of spends on global communications http://economistamerica.com
2b back in 1906 gandhi first explored this issue- in those days bar of london barristers were ruling over strictures (over-standardised rules than amy have made sense for london's global empire but not for most that were desroying both the sustainability of indian villagers and people of color in south africa- gandhi's 20 year long region of practice- a culture which mandela was able to pick up on 70 yeras later- fortunately for those who value open learning the foundation course of the mandela extranet is based on maharaishi love yourself practices
3) 1975 added difference: during the era 1946 to 2030 of doubling spends on global communications every 7 yeras - 4000 fiold doubling bhy 2030- not just individual narionbs but whole plkabnet and first net generation wioll depend on economics of goodwill for rural womnens banks and goverments strictly penalising big brother propert5y bubbling banks - see http:://economistamerica.com and http://economistchina.net and http://econiomistasia.net
4) If you want sustainability to come to places you love or where your children will make their livelihoods, make sure all economists are sacked from any adviser rolkes tio government unless they know about ceklebrating partners in publishing world record book of job creation…
Places 1962 (including property infrastructures and maps of trading routes by sea rail and virtual as well as by airplane and car and bike or horse)
Intelligence and Education 1969 (including machine and human, worldwide and local)
Finance debate 1972, first mobile call 1006 last call 2008
Energy, water and plastic debate 1972, prime time 2000
Food from 1972
Health from 1972 prime time 2000
media and languages 1984
other markets - which interest you - rsvp firstname.lastname@example.org
EconomistDiary.com 1962 was the first time my family (dad having seerved as teenager in world war 2 over modernday myanmar/bangladesh spent his life trying to truth-test media mainly at The Economist )
and friends hosted an artificial intelligence debate- at that time the question was how would science/engineering/post industrial revolution change in schools if every child and teacher had a pocket calculator instead of a slide ruler or abacus- in our terminology we are concerned with how humans apply machine intelligence- eg we had raced to them moon by 1969, according to gordon moore bt 2030 a trillion times more tech would be mobulsed around earth than when nasa did its experiment- conversely in 1969 the majority of humans still had no access to electricity grids - thats how unequal and divided the world had been designed around during the colonial age 1500-1945 where mainly people in 8 nations (about 12% of people enslaved , colonised or had no reguar communicationjs with seven eighths of humans)
If some of these dates surprise you- if you think our dateline is too late tell us we'd like to share your remarks- if you think too early - we use term sustainability as being about the exponential maths and intergenerational trust- this is not what the European Union judges its policies by which have become as short-term as american presidencies-however nature's evolutionary rules are the ones we have always aimed to integrate maps locally to globally around
Urgency of some markets is different depending on communities and mother Nature's most life threatening challenges- we have always tried to include maps from 5 viewpoints:
N5 far west - eg usa west coast
N4 far east- eg japan, islands of far east since 1977 china mainland
N3 Far north - eg from boston to celts to vikings to arctic circle
N2 South Asia Coastal Belt etc - because of humidity etc health of infants amd mthers changes when you go south of about latitude 25n- and with over a third of world living between 2n and the equator we track markets for girls development out of this space as a critical region
2025 report.net call the period 1960-2030 the most exciting toime to be alive because the way we design worldwide markets will determine whether our species goes above 10 billion people are down to zero- both futures are probable- system theory says some in between state is not likely
when we dat the start of particular markets sustainability goals there is a difference between the debate being important and there being a benchmarkable model
for example the future of shopkeeping was a debate even in nelos napoleon and washington days but technology made this unstoppable from 1995 with amazon
NM1 The Economist Boardroom
NM2 The Free University
NM3 Bangladesh at 40 and Modern Japan at 66
NM4 Adam Smith Moral Systems at 255 and The James Wilson Economist at 170.
Youth Rising - What A MashUp- World Bank Ceo Jim Kim shares Net Generation's 2 most collaborative social movement scripts with 50000 youth on coursera MOOC, and rehearses Gangnam Style, Monica Yunus rehearses I'd like to teach the world to sing 2.1, Atlanta prepares twin capitals movement of making youth jobs summits mote valuable to host than Olympics, The Economist hopes that by 2018 curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution will do its founder James Wilson, alumn of Adam Smith and 21st C youth proud -why wouldn't net generation be worldwide youth's most productive and collaborative time to rise?
Youth and Yunus launch first of 10 Impossible become Possible Postcards of Social Fiction to be viralised on the Nobel Youth'sRoad To Atlanta Nov 2015 via Cape Town Oct 2014…
the most productive, collaborative and sustainable time for worldwide youth's livelihoods. If we need to change how economists value compound systems so as to free net generation then amen.
I have 2 topmost collaboration deadlines in everything I try to map:Nov 2015 http://youthcreativelab.blogspot.com when Atlanta . together with peace world's most trusted laureates of every culture and media goal, aims to make youth job creation summits more joyfully impactful for net generarion than sporting olympics. To do this Atlanta's most trusted and resourced leaders will invite twin capitals of million job creation to linkin
Sept 2018 The 175th anniversary of The Economist being founded to mediate an end to hunger and capital abuse of youth. By that time I aim to have emerged the most trusted open educational partners around freeing youth capitalsm and ER's curriculum
My next collaboration wish is 30 january. This will be the second year that I have helped the University of DC connect a term of youth entrepreneur events culminating in a student competition which invites 20 colleges across states neighbouring Washington DC. We believe that one day a year the whole of DC could gain from attending to youth's greatest pitches to create jobs and develop communities or scale worldwide open education solutions. Are any of your networks interested in live interaction with us or replicating something similar locally. For example on 30 January we are inviting "King" the Chapter Leader of Conscious Capitalism DC to clarify what student actions CCDC loves to help connect - both generally and among black Diaspora networks. A question to parent:s and teachers: what do we need to do so that the legacy of love of humanity of Nelson Mandela lives on in all of our children…
unications we are the first generation are mediating.
Who's Economics will mediate Post-Industrial Revolution? Can we optimistically learn from whose mediated the industrial revolution? 43 years of researching these questions starts here
The policy of Scot James Wilson who founded The Economist in 1843 was to severely test the biggest decision-makers of the Industrial Revolution ahead of time by mediating 2 valuable aims : end hunger, ending capital abuse of youth. James's success or failure can be assessed from quite an innocent centenary autobiography of The Economist published in 1943-chapter contents include ; The Economist as source of : history, politics, foreign affairs, trade cycles - and practices of money market and stock market.
More recently the first MOOC out of the George Soros ineteconomics. movement for rethinking economics from the ground up claimed to be a contemporary update on James' son-in-law's work on Lombard Street and what English Constitution could transform Victoria from Empiring over slavery to cheering on commonwealth. It was hosted by Professor Mehrling of Columbia University
After being tutored by Keynes, my father championed pro-youth economics at The Economist. This led him to question economics frameworks sponsored by politicians and currencies as a filed that became particularly muddled after world war 2. [http://normanmacrae.ning.com/forum/topics/norman-macrae-books-surveys archives
What may be both of broadest -and deepest contextual - interest to 2010s students is how my father was tutored by Keynes --and its alignment with world bank jim kim's recent advice to 50000 students of change the world mooc - make the 2 defining social movements of the net generation : ending poverty, massively twinning future capital expos of youth jobs co-creation. We welcome help in compiling The Book of World Record Job Creators of the Net Generation
Explore too that social movements need to transparently map whole value chains to understand what future purpose a sector is exponentially sustaining or destroying
OPEN EDUCATION - THE GREATEST VALUE MULTIPLIER OF NET GENERATION After seeing students test early digital learning networks in 1972, father spent 10 years debating curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution through hundreds of leaders in The Economist. By 1984 he was able to publish a handbook Report to 2025 on how net generation could be most productive and sustainable age out of every global village if biggest decision-makers didn't use politics to block this
Moreover , freedom and happiness would depend on every educator of every child needing to know of Keynes conclusion to his General Theory. More than anyone else elderly economists design what futures are going to be possible out of each place. So who are they being sponsored by in coming up with their grand theories - 99% of the people or 1% of the people. Being an internationalist scot, I read Adam Smith alumni as trying to explore how economics improve next generations lot out of every community. My fathers 40 years of archives shows that after world war a branch of macroeconomics spun around the exact opposite purpose became very powerful. How do you all know in any particular training video which type of economist we are being conditioned by? I hope this question will be resolved in time to celebrate The Economist's 175th anniversary in 2018.
o worldrecordjobs Masa Son Softbank AI benchmark fund 82 investments as at summer 2019
Frontier tech 23% fund 2019Arm Cambridge UK Chips potentially best chip for 5G mobileNvidiaBRginlghtPetuumImprobableTransport & Logistics 34% shared economy type 1Uber Didi car ride hailingnautogrofersdoordash lastmile takeout foodgrab2 more hard to readconsumer 12%oyoauto1groupcoupangplentytokopediawag!fanaticsbrandlesshealth tech 6%10X genomicsroivantguardant healthhealthkonnectpingan good doctorrelay therapeuticsVIRzymergenfintech 5%paytmkabbageoneconnectzhongan insurancemedia 4% not publishedhubs & real estate 12%weworkcompasskaterraviewentreprise 5%slackautomation anywherecohesitymapboxOSIsoftglobality
a global market with opportunity for new elader to merge
nb all of above does not show active copartners also investing, scouting and co-creating eg jack ma and jerry yang nor new university sponsorships eg at schwarzman tsinghuanor does it show softbank existing business - eg mobile in japan due with partner tyo be elad 5g with stauration by 2025(sections on sbkk shares alibaba shares yahoo japan shares sprint shares)
japan growth lab special investment focus as home of softbank
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?
Foundation Norman Macrae- The Economist's Pro-Youth Economist
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2013 = 170th Year of The Economist being Founded to End Hunger
2010s = Worldwide Youth's most productive and collaborative decade
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
world favorite moocs-40th annual top 10 league table