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Norman Macrae was The Economist's pro-youth economist. Back in 1972 he first got involved in youth experiments with digital networks. he spent the rest of his life debating Entrepreneurial Revolution - how would economists need to change organizational system designs if the net generation is to be the most productive, collaborative and grassroot sustainable? HIs 1984 book The 2024 Report mapped 3 billion new jobs that microfranchise replication could sustain if the world celebrated the abundant win-wins of knowledge multiplying value in use unlike the scarcity that can be caused by consuming up things. Norman foresaw 7 most vital markets to free bottom-up: healthcare being one
next 100 million jobs nursing
42nd year of 7 wonders if thinkpad of The Economist's genre of Entrepreneurial Revoution
40 years of notes from archives of entrepreneurial revolution 1-7 at the economist
help catalogue top 100 microfranchises
help catalogue 100 short videos on right old muddle of anti-youth economists..
m 9 minute audio-blackboard formats of the type pioneered by the leading open education platform khanacademy.org These texts are accompanied by rehearsals of the curious questions and answers that such texts could stimulate if Massive Open Online Collaboration Action Networks (MOOCAN) of youth were freed:
- : to value the million times more collaboration technology connecting our species today than when man raced to the moon half a century ago
Foundation Norman Macrae, Washington DC region 1 301 881 1655 email@example.com The Economist's pro-youth economist was formalized on Norman's death 2010 after this party at The Economist Boardroom. We assert open source rights to Curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution started by Norman in The Economist in 1972 after he first saw UK experiments in Open Education-after 12 years of debates with reads Norman and Chris's future history of net generation next 3 billion jobs was first published 1984, Having been tutored by Keynes, Norman was well aware that economists are only capable of compounding 2 exactly opposite maps of globalisation- those futures youth need most or least (eg the Orwellian scenario)
..Help welcomed by friends of Norman Macrae in assembling this handbook on pro-youth economic curriculum- types of help 1) tell us of links to related curricula - eg the curricula of soros alumni.
We also introduce 3 frameworks derived from Norman Macrae's lifetime work mainly at The Economist
Entrepreneurial Revolution's 7 wonders ThinkPad
Multi-win value exchange mapping
The global village hunt for 30000 microfranchises that could free trillion dollar global market purposes capable of joyfully sustaining the net generation and the 7 to 10 billion human beings of century 12
Chapter 1 -Next Capitalism Texts on The Search for the most radical change in organisational design needed to transform beyond industrial revolution
John Mackey Conscious Capitalism Text San Francisco 2013
Craig Barrett Text
George Soros and Sir Fazle Abed Text on Hew Economics and Open Society 2013
Eulogy texts on Norman Macrae 2010
Yunus Can Do Now Script for Planet Earth and Valuing Human Creativity
Yunus Social Business 2000 Bookclub discussion text 2008
Taddy Blecher Free University Script South Africa early 2000s
Extract from Norman Macrae's first of 20 years of future history texts - The Economist 1972
Extract from Entrepreneurial Revolution Survey text The Economist 1976 (translated across Europe with fiends like Romano Prodi)
Extract from Asian pacific Collaboration Century text 1976
Extract from 3 billion jobs text of Net Generation Future History book 1984
Oxford Union Debating Script on never ever let politicians spend more than a quarter of what you earn 199?
Extract of Normans last article 2008 - How to prevent 2010s from being the second great depression
Extract of last 5 pages of Keynes General Theory
Extract of why The Economist was founded in 1843 to severely question leading decision-makers on ending hunger and ending big capital abuse of youth
Norman Macrae's cheeky endnotes on who truly knows the origins of Entrepreneur, EU, and BBC
Chapter 2 Framework 7 wonders of Entrepreneurial Revolution Thinkpad
1 Valuing wholly new system designs of organisation
2 The purpose of transforming ti clean energy
3 The purpose of Open Online Education
4 The global village networking purposes of 21st century nursing, nutrition and affordable healthcare
5 The purpose of banking and currencies that invests in maximising entrepreneurial capacity each human is born with
6 The future-designing responsibilities of public servants and hi-trust professionals including pro-youth economists
7 Blending smart massive open society media with open source technology wizardry
Chapter 3 Texts on wonders 7.1 to 7.3
Chapter 4 ER Framework: Mapping what multi-win value exchanges exponentially sustain
Chapter 5 Texts on wonders 7.4 to 7.6
Chapter 6 Framework - Global Village Celebration search of 30000 microfranchises, trillion dollar global sector purposes- and 3 billion jobs
Chapter 7 Texts on wonder 7.7…
unger and end capital abuse of youth
Plus Ca Change.. what were The Economist's 7 Entrepreneurial Revolution wonders of 1972 have become youth's 7 most desperately sought open curricula of 2013-
URGENT PRO-YOUTH SYSTEMS INNOVATION AUGUST 2013
join in next at Soros-INET partner of coursera: money curriculum 1 sept 2013, or rsvp if you have a MOOC nomination to swarm one million youth to..
Help identify Top 10 OLA's of 2010s Entrepreneurial Revolution- example
s leading youth technology wizards and collaboration NGO leaders
.Asian Sample Tour of Macrae's Curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution .. sample tour of Norman Macrae- 15 years into his career at The Economist, Normanis asked to sign his first survey
1962 Consider Japan:
his greatest debates on youth futures start in 1972 when he saw students experimenting with digital networks:
1972's Next 40 Years ;
1976's Coming Entrepreneurial Revolution;
I was very sorry to read in last week's "Economist" magazine of the death of Norman Macrae, who was its deputy editor for many years.
Norman Macrae was the first journalist to recognise the growing economic importance of Japan in the 1960s. His seminal essay "Consider Japan" (which can be read in the Norman Macrae archive) was published in September 1962, is a fascinating and powerful analysis of the Japanese economy at that time, and was an important corrective to those who still thought justin terms of Japan as a poor, developing country producing cheap counterfeit goods. The "Economist" obituary gives many other examples of Macrae's prescience and far-sightedness. The sudden jolt of recognition that Japan was about to become - as it had in the late 19th Century after the Meiji Restoration - an industrial giant (two years after "Consider Japan" the world woke up to Japan's success with the Tokyo Olympics) led directly to the British Government's trade promotion activities that I listed in my last article on the blog, the setting up in the early 1970s of the Exports to Japan Unit in the then Department of Trade, and the emphasis in this Embassy's work on trade and investment links with Japan,that lasts to this day. Do read the "Economist"'s obituary of Norman Macrae - it is a tribute to a massively influential thinker, whose impact is still felt today in the work we do here in Tokyo.…
lso Wilsonian- believing the most valuable mediation for humanity questioned biggest decision-makers transparently and ahead of time- especially on navigating revolutionary changes so that all 7 billion human livelihoods could be free to make this most of life. When James Wilson founded The Economist in 1843, navigating industrial revolution and changing UK from slave-making empire seemed valuable editorial and educational goals to mediate. Between 1972 and 1992 mediating post-industrial revolution - in particulae what way above zero-sum models can leaders celebrate once we realise:
knowhow can multiply value in use unlike industrial consuming up of things
mobile digital connectivity can linkin all 7 billion beings
digital apps once coded can be distributed simultaneously everywhere at virtually no extra cost to the system once satellites and telecom networks are built
Back in 1972 he first saw students experimenting with early digital learning networks. That's why he used his last 20 yeras at The Economist debating the curriculum of entrepreneurial revolution - would milennails be worldwide youth's best time for:
sustainability (as an exponential and inter-generational impact)
here are some key diary notes from 20 years of entrepreneurial revolution debates in The Economist and with with global viewspapre stakeholders
here are some key no
racing tpowards greatest human goals ever mapped…
sisted learning - my first job!) - for both of us the internet's million times more collaboration tech would make 21st c most productive time for youth provided it was designed as an open educational revolution not an extension of mass ads
I have spent much of the 3 years before my dad's death and since searching out who are the movers and shakers dad would most trust affordable learning of entrepreneurial revolution to. Now these appear to be Sir Fazle Abed, Taddy Blecher, yourself, Jack Ma and Monica Yunus -and when it comes to currencies dad's friend Soros
could we meet to discuss this? I could meet anywhere in europe, asia, usa if you have a slot - my sense is the marketing war over open education is going to happen very fast -and needs to because every time I meet Sir Fazle he says his health cant keep up with the cross-cultural challenges. Probably because he takes these more seriously than anyone I have the privilege to meet.
while I want to put a free online curriculum of ER up on somewhere like www.khanacademy.org I dont believe in replacing the need for a best book in any course that creates jobs around youth
another advantage is much of the curriculum is there in The Economist in dad's writings between 1972 and 1992 but needs contextual interpretation -for example although ashoka's bill drayton coined social entrepreneurs being directly inspired by father's survey of Entrepreneurial Revolution Xmas Day 1976, my father wouldnt agree with 95% of whom Bill Drayton advocates funding for - economically his 1984 book hoped we collaborate in searching out 30000 community service microfranchises to be the most openly scaleable ones not the ones configured around individual saints; similarly even though dad helped schwab while the wef was mainly some skiing and a few meetings, dad wouldnt agree with the expensively uneconomic pr and ego circuit that wef has become
after surviving world war 2 as a teenager in navigating planes over bangladesh and myanmar, dad was tutored by keynes whose last 3 pages of general theory conclude elderly famous macroeconomists pose the greatest risk to youth's futures because they alone design/compound man made systems- so while ER is an inquiry into what millions of youth first need as affordable learning so they can create jobs, it also needs to get back to the sort of mediating of economics that James Wilson founded and which the 1943 centenary biography of The Economist clearly diarised.
Can a global viewspaper help optimise future value exchange potential of 7 billion peoples lifetimes unless it mediates pro-youth economics- we have reached year 170 of testing that question
Sincerely chris macrae washington dc 301 881 1655 Norman Macrae Foundation http://normanmacrae.ning.com
ting debates (eg in london berlin paris luxembourg) on how does trust link entrepreneurial revolution projects around the web and through the net generation. This was about the 20th subnetwork to join MAP of ER networks that emerged from 2 main sources that started up at beginning of last quarter of 20thC - dad's 1976 entrepreneurial revolution survey in The Economist http://erworld.tv , and dad's and my first attempt (1984) to storytell the extraoridnary co-creative opportunities and theats of being alive 1984-2024 as a member of the Net Generation whose mediation quality of long-term investment and do-now decision-making www.worldclassbrands.tv sustained or ended the planet
cut to arab spring 2011: here is an example of the emergence of an informal linked in group for tunisia - some names have been partially disguised to protect privacy
dear PL NC MZ naila chowdhury -claude guilllemain and all
please can you connect claude with right people if European Union proposals on how to sustain tunisia with microcredit are an interest among your original microcredit teams in dhaka
Ps anyone linking GT know if report yunus presented to sarkozy in december 2010 has a public version; also now that brazil is nearly ready to launch 5 years of work by president bula and current president on how to customise micrpocredit there - are there any public docs on that?
samantha - one of us needs to have another go at phoning my dad's co-author of entrepreneurial revolution in 1976 - mr prodi in bologna- will you do that this week or should I?…
h is the most valuable 10 minute training module? when it comes to curriculum, 41 years of Entrepreneurial Revolution search at The Economist suggest collaboration curricula of BRAC is most urgent to free - other nominations welcomed firstname.lastname@example.org
BRAC - net, uni, research, bkash; KhanA; ILAB, CIDA, IHUB, JamiiBora ..
Keynes- economists either design or destroy the futures youth need most. The greatest risk occurs at times of huge change. None greater than the net generation when Norman Macrae first observed youth experimenting with early digital networks. Entrepreneurial Revolution - started in The Economist in 1972 - invites you to co-edit the curriculum which can make the next decade worldwide youth's most productive time.
Norman Macrae Foundation welcomes help link search for 30000 open microfranchises begun at The Economist 40 years ago to help collaboratively futurise the net generation's entrepreneurial revolution and pro-youth economist videos.. email@example.com
because we are postgrads in statistics from Corpus Christi Cambridge we prefer rehearsing optimistic reasoning before modeling numbers but if you have a need for numbers first try the khan curriculum ; we are also preparing a 10-leg tour to pro-youth educators that starts here
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
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