n valuation hypothesis to innovation's future opportunties and threats: "increasingly only economists and media designers" systemically compound what futures next generations can be free to produce. In this context, ending poverty is truly the Hippocratic oath of the professions of economics and public servants' mediation of the commons. In mapping the human race to end poverty, we (eg associates of pro-youth economic curricula at womenuni.com and yunusuni.com) seek to identify places trapping billions of people in cruel cultural conditions or absence of infrastructure - with the result that women, families and children are blocked from growing up with a fair chance of livelihood development and enjoying full health. Like Keynes Norman viewed sustainable society's number 1 risk as arrogant elderly economists (or those sponsored by 1% richest) designing futures that collapsed onto youth - eg endebting youth to bailout the elders, or be wasted in elders wars or to be exponentially blinded by a sustainability battle with nature which man could not win. Unlike Keynes, Norman was one of the first observers of the greatest new game (in Von Neumann sense of the word) our race has ever seen - from 1972 students experimenting with early elearning networks
..Help us wiki NOW curriculum of why the first 3 millennial freedoms to explore as debated in our 1984 book debating whether the first net generation could overcome the Orwellian endgame and joyfully sustain a borderless planet integrate the multi-win entrepreneurial revolutions of FutureEducation, MIllennialEnergy,
Reading The Economist's 1943 centenary autobiography at the same time as Keynes General Theory is the most basic framework we'd recommend to pro-youth economists and hi-trust leadership by professionals under 35 (ie those who socially network 2030 now). ) .Maybe my family is biased as these two resources are also indispensable in valuing the Greatest contribution Internationalist Scots have contributed to worldwide trust - the open society trust dialogues started by Adam Smith in 1748. Ironically the texts of what peoples need to develop a free and happy nation have been voiced out of the choice Scottish Independence http://grameenscotland.com by western capitals (such as DC, London, Brussels Berlin) whose freedom of youth voice has long ago been stolen by lobbyists. Ca Na Plus rien. The Economist founder James Wilson saw it simply as a social action tool to sack the majority of MPS who by 1843 were designing empire to trap ever more peoples in hunger and to abuse youth by designing capital and currency for the purposes of the 1% biggest and most extractive. Those who simply wish to maximise livelihoods of the net generation of Scots are welcome to come co-edit http://scotlandrising.blogspot.com
Writing 3000 leaders for The Economist from 1948 to 1989, Norman researched EU and NHS and tv media from birth. What he saw in tv media was the dumbst medium ever designed. That's why the greatest chnage moment in Norman's life c,me in 1972 when he first saw students teqsting early digital learning networks (which also became my fisrt job at UK National Dvel Lab for compiter assisetd elarning. From 1972 father coined the curriculum of entrepreneuria and post-industrial revoltion. By 1984 he and I were writing the book on how to help the netgeneration design opposite futures to Orwell's big brother end game
help us wiki the 3 greatest liberating keys of 1984 and now of 2014
sustainability (human livelihhod not debt trapping) banking ediating 30000 microfranchise solutions aimed at ,apping back milennails goals linked in race to poverty museum
One way to calibrate which pathway we parents of net generation were ehading was through health - see 1984 survey; join the informal coursera wiki curriculum ; MillennialHealth (or for non-members of coursera copy is here)
o start USA university year 012-013 : 27th September N. Carolina (with support from TiE (http://carolinas
Navaid AbidiSerial Entrepreneur
Daniel AustinArchitect Paypal
Daniel Austin is Chief Architect at Paypal, where he is focused on large-scale payment systems. In a past life, he's worked for organizations such as CERN, NASA, Sun, Yahoo! in pursuit of making the Internet faster and smarter.
Bill BrownCo-founder of Palmer Labs, LLC, and 8 Rivers Capital, LLC. 8 Rivers Capital
Bill is a Professor at Duke University School of Law, where he designs and teaches finance-related courses. He helped develop the new curriculum for the Law and Entrepreneurship LLM degree. Outside of Duke, Bill, Miles Palmer and the teams at Palmer Labs, LLC, and 8 Rivers Capital, LLC. develop and commercialize new technologies relating to energy, transportation, internet and investing.
..other NC notes:
JOSB vol 2(1) pp26-43 -paper health and microfinance- leveraging the 2 sectors to alleviate poverty -by shieila leathermanU North Carlina Chapel Hill, Marcia Metcalfe Freedom From Hunger Davis CA et al
Freedom From Hunger and 5 MFIs - Benin, Bolivia, Burkina Faso, India, Phillippines -tested whether mfis could sustainably offer health-related services with positive health and social impact for client. Health services ranged through education, health financing (loans, savings and microinsurance) to linkages with health providers and health products. We find that mfis offer large and growing distribution networks that can provide services to improve health and financial security accuing to multiple stakeholders. Relatively modest investments to support integration of health and financial services can yield substantial financial and non-financial benefits.
Jeff ClarkCo-founder of Palmer Labs, LLC, and 8 Rivers Capital, LLC. 8 Rivers Capital
Jeff Clark co-founded The Aurora Funds with Scott Albert in 1994. He works primarily with Aurora's life sciences poHrtfolio. He pulls from his strategic planning and operational experience to help these companies create or refine business plans, build solid management teams, develop strategic partnerships and secure key customers.
Naila ChowdhuryChairman/CEO TeleConsult Group
Naila was in charge of the Village phone Project of Grameen Bank on behalf of Grameen Phone Ltd for 2001 & mid 2004, where she worked to provide low-cost telephone service to more than 3 million subscribers. Through her work with Grameen Phone, Naila had the honor of working beside Noble Laureate and Grameen bank founder Prof Md. Yunus.
Todd CohenPresident, Philanthropy North Carolina
Todd is a veteran news reporter who has worked with the Raleigh News and Observer reporting on government and non profits as well as serving as the business editor. In 1999, he joined the A.J. Fletcher Foundation to develop the online Philanthropy Journal, where he serves as chief editor and publisher. Todd has also taught nonprofit reporting and media relations at UNC-Chapel Hill and Duke, and regularly speaks at workshops, seminars, meetings and conferences on the topics of nonprofit communications and trends in the charitable world.
Mark ColodnyManaging Director, Technology, Media and Telecommunications Warburg Pincus
Mark serves as a Managing Director at Warburg Pincus LLC where he focuses on technology, media and telecommunications. Prior to joining Warburg Pincus in 1991, Mark worked as the Senior Vice President of Corporate Development at PRIMEDIA Inc., where he ran the Mergers and Acquisitions Group. Mark currently serves as a director at A Place for Mom, the Better Advertising Project and is also the Chairman of ProPublica's Business Advisory Board. He holds a J.D. from Harvard Law School, an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School, and an A.B. degree from Harvard University.
Scott DaughertyNorth Carolina Small Business Commissioner and Executive Director SBTDC
Scott currently serves as Director of the SBTDC and pursuant to an agreement between The University, The Community College System and the NC Department of Commerce. Scott also serves as North Carolina's first Commissioner for Small Business, with previous experience as a corporate attorney and senior manager with two larger rural economic development corporations.
Ramzan DhanjiFounder and CEO Imagineering, Inc
Ramzan Dhanji is a successful businessman who has established and grown a number of companies over the past 25 years. In 1985, Mr. Dhanji founded Imagineering, Inc., which today is a well recognized provider of fast turn prototype printed circuit boards and assemblies. In 1987, he founded Q-Image Corp., which he later sold in 1992. In 1999, Mr. Dhanji founded Accutrace, Inc., an engineering firm currently operating in California. From 2007 to 2009, Mr. Dhanji was a member of the Board of Directors of Gold Coast Bank. In 2010, Mr. Dhanji co-founded Luckpatti Investment Group. Ramzan is on the Board of Trustees for Zindagi Trust, a non-profit whose mission is to provide education to children living in poverty in Pakistan. In the past 5 years, the Trust has provided education to 5,300 children and funded 28 schools throughout Pakistan. He is also on the Board of Directors for Apna Ghar, which provides culturally appropriate, multilingual services, including emergency shelter, to survivors of domestic abuse with a primary focus on the South Asian and other immigrant communities. Mr. Dhanji received BS in Engineering from Illinois Institute of Technology in 1979 and his MBA from University of Chicago in 1985.
Ronald J. Garan Jr.Astronaut, NASA's Open Innovation Program
Ron is a former NASA atronaut and a co-founder and director of Manna Energy Ltd., a U.K. based social enterprise designed to leverage the $120B/year Carbon Market to finance humanitarian projects in developing countries. Manna developed, under contract with partner organization Vestergaard-Frandsen, the largest water treatment intervention conducted by a private organization - a four million person program operating in Kenya and funded by carbon credits. Ron is also the founder/director of the non-profit Manna Energy Foundation which is a social enterprise incubator designed to assist in the alleviation of poverty through the sustainable provision of renewable energy and water purification technologies in developing countries.
Carmel M. GaranChief of Staff Manna Energy Ltd
Carmel is a founding member of the Manna Energy Foundation and Manna Energy Limited. She manages and oversees Manna Energy Limited's day-to-day operations, coordinating efforts between US, Isle of Man and Rwandan operations.
Chris GergenFounding Executive Director, Bull City Forward
Christopher Gergen is founding Executive Director of Bull City Forward, a non-profit focused on catalyzing sustainable enterprise in Durham, NC. Chris also serves as an adjunct faculty member at Duke University's Terry Sanford School of Public Policy. Christopher's entrepreneurial credentials include co-founding SMARTHINKING which became the leading online tutoring provider in the United States???serving over 200,000 students from more than 1,000 universities, colleges, and high schools ??? before being acquired by Pearson Education. Christopher received a Bachelor of Arts with honors from Duke University, a Master's Degree in Public Policy from the George Washington University, and his M.B.A. from Georgetown University.
Dan GerlachPresident Golden Leaf Foundation
Dan Gerlach has served as President of the Golden Leaf Foundation since October 2008. Prior to that, he served seven years as Senior Fiscal Advisor to N.C. Governor Mike Easley and served as Founding Director of the N.C. Budget and Tax Center.
Chris HeivlyManaging Director Triangle Startup Factory
Chris Heivly is a Managing Director at Triangle StartUp Factory, publisher of triangletechtalk.com and the Big Top job fair. Chris has held CEO, COO and marketing/business development roles in a variety of technology-focused companies including Ultimus, randmcnally.com, Accenture, Agular Systems and MapQuest
Bobby HelmedagDirector Rex Health Ventures
Dr. Anita JacksonPresident Greater Carolina ENT
Allen H. Johnson IIIEditorial Page Editor Greensboro News & Record
Chris MacraeSocial Business Champion
My father's lifetime work "Entrepreneurial Revolution" and the Net Generation at The Economist converges with Dr Yunus as they both define the core purpose of economics as investing in next generation's productivity out of every community. Foundation projects include helping Adam Smith scholars edit Journal of Social Business and celebrating
Bonny MoellenbrockExecutive Director Investors’ Circle and SJF Institute
Bonny is the Executive Director of SJF Institute and Investors' Circle. She has extensive entrepreneurial, venture capital, sustainable business, and nonprofit management experience. Bonny serves as a member of the GIIRS Developed Markets Standards Advisory Council and the Board of Directors of Bull City Forward and the Resource Center for Women and Ministry in the South. She holds an MBA, a Master of Regional Planning, and a BA in Environmental Policy from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and is a graduate of the Venture Capital Institute.
Abdul RasheedCEO North Carolina Community Development Initiative
Mark RostickDirector Intel Capital
Mark joined Intel in 1997 in Silicon Valley and relocated to the Research Triangle, NC area in 2001. Before joining Intel, Mark marketed Turner Broadcasting's cable networks in South America, practiced law as trial and litigation counsel for Haynsworth, Sinkler & Boyd in Charleston, SC and was an analyst at Bank of America. Mark's investment portfolio includes AppIQ (acquired by HP), DeNovo, Enpirion, Groove Networks (acquired by MSFT), mFormation, Motricity (NASDAQ: MOTR), PowerPrecise (acquired by TI), Relativity (acquired by MicroFocus), Sandburst (acquired by BRCM), Skycross, VirtualIron (acquired by Oracle) and Virtustream. Mark has a BS in Accounting/Finance, a JD and an International MBA from the University of South Carolina.
Mikki SagerVice President The Conservation Fund
Communities Program (RCP) for The Conservation Fund which helps North Carolina's rural communities address persistent poverty by tapping natural resources to create jobs and strengthen economies. Sager and her team train community leaders and foster peer-to-peer learning to help communities create new economies that work on the so-called "triple bottom line"-environmental, economic and social returns on investment.
Rajan ShamdasaniCEO American Uniform
Rajan Shamdasani has been in the manufacturing, distribution and sales of public safety uniforms for the past 35 years and in the real estate development business for over 25 years. A visionary, he is talented in discovering the needs of the market place and finding ways to satisfy those needs. A world traveler and always on the go, he still finds time to serve his community where he has lived for the past 41 years. He has served on the Fayetteville Regional Airport Commission, Fayetteville Arts Council, Fayetteville Symphony, Center for Entrepreneurship, Fayetteville State University besides various other civic organizations. He is a very active member of his church and volunteers substantial amount of time to it.
Mark A. ThorntonPrincipal The Thornton Group
Mark Thornton is the former Chief Operating Officer for JPMorgan Private Bank in London. Since 2004, Thornton has dedicated his life to creating the world’s first management consul¬tancy that does one thing: teach Leadership and ethical reflective practices to elite business schools and corporate leaders. The result is MBA, EMBA and Executive Education graduates with less stress, increased productivity, improved health and stronger ethical foundation.
He teaches Leadership Insight to global business schools, MBA's, EMBA's and Executive Education programs at Harvard Law School, the Program on Negotiation, Wharton Business School, the Leadership Development Program McGill International Executive Institute for Executive Education and numerous other elite institutions.
He has appeared on national TV shows including Fox Business News, ABC TV, CNBC, MTV as well as more than 60 national and regional radio shows.
Clay B. ThorpHatteras Venture Partners
Clay B. Thorp is an entrepreneur turned venture capitalist. Since 1995, Clay has co-founded four companies in the life science arena and co-founded Hatteras in 2001. As part of his work with Hatteras, Clay was a co-founder and served as CEO and Chairman of Synthematix Inc., a chemistry informatics company that was acquired in April 2005 by Symyx Technologies (SMMX) for $13 million in cash. Prior to Hatteras, clay was the co-founder and head of corporate development for Novalon Pharmaceutical Corporation, where he led financing efforts and was head of business development from inception until Novalon's sale to Karo Bio for $106.7 million in May of 2000. Clay also serves as Lead Director of the Board for Pathfinder.
Colin WahlTIE Carolina President
Colin has extensive experience as an entrepreneur, marketing consultant, senior marketing executive and college lecturer at The University of North Carolina's Kenan-Flagler Business School. Prior to his work at UNC, Mr. Wahl founded Client Opinions, Inc. a market research firm that helps senior management teams conduct client, employee and market research. The firm's clients include Standard & Poor's, The Vanguard Group, The University of North Carolina and Clarkston Consulting.
Patrick Woodie Vice President NC Rural Economic Development Center
notes from world of students jobs competitions
USA's first 3 community franchised social business solutions -created atlanta competition fall 2011
georgiastateprize -can youth entrepreneurs design food retailing service that values nutrition of poorest families in urban Atlanta?
gainsvillestateprize -when corporations move an industry abroad can society help sustain craft or other businesses around uniquely valuable skillset
georgia gwinett college prize -economics of adult literacy/reading- can netgen solve $2.3 billion annual cost to georgia of adult illiteracy…
Prodi further mentioned that along with dedicated institutions like Grameen Bank and a visionary person like Professor Yunus, the Honorable Prime Minister can definitely eradicate poverty from Bangladesh and at the same time set examples for the developing world.
Allen & Unwin Autumn catalogue includes Macrae's Sunshades in October and Manmohan Singh's "Demand Theory and Economic Calculation in a Mixed Economy" The Economist. Saturday, 30 November 1963. Page 57. Vol 209, issue 6275.
The Economist. Saturday, 25 September 1965. Page 3. Vol 216, issue 6370.
No Christ on The Andes - What's Gone Wrong? The Economist. Saturday, 25 September 1965. Pages s9-s11. Vol 216, issue 6370.
The German Lesson A survey by Norman Macrae The Economist. Saturday, 15 October 1966. Page s3. Vol 221, issue 6425.
German Lessons Letters The Economist. Saturday, 29 October 1966. Page 4. Vol 221, issue 6427.
The Economist Contents The Economist. Saturday, 27 May 1967. Page 3. Vol 223, issue 6457.
The Risen Sun Norman Macrae's Second Survey on Japan 1967 Japan Rising part 2.1The Economist. Saturday, 27 May 1967. Page s9. Vol 223, issue 6457.
The Risen Sun - II (The Import Balancing Trick) The Economist. Saturday, 3 June 1967. Page s7. Vol 223, issue 6458.
The Economist Contents The Economist. Saturday, 3 June 1967. Page 3. Vol 223, issue 6458.
Cover The Economist. Saturday, 3 June 1967. Page s1. Vol 223, issue 6458.
Institute of Economic Affairs () Ad The Economist. Saturday, 17 June 1967. Page 58. Vol 223, issue 6460.
Old France in a Hurry (Billions from Somewhere) The Economist. Saturday, 18 May 1968. Pages s11,s12. Vol 227, issue 6508.
The Green Bay Tree - Survey of South Africa The Economist. Saturday, 29 June 1968. Page s9. Vol 227, issue 6514.
Envoi (Why isn't there a bloody black revolution? And will there be one?) The Economist. Saturday, 29 June 1968. Pages s45,s46. Vol 227, issu...
South Africa Letters The Economist. Saturday, 6 July 1968. Page 4. Vol 228, issue 6515.
South Africa Letters The Economist. Saturday, 27 July 1968. Page 4. Vol 228, issue 6518.
The Neurotic Trillionaire (The Mormons Oust The Pugilists) A Survey of Mr Nixon's America The Economist. Saturday, 10 May 1969. Pages s11,s12. Vol 231, issue 6559.
America Letters The Economist. Saturday, 17 May 1969. Page 4. Vol 231, issue 6560.
The Economist Contents The Economist. Saturday, 9 May 1970. Page 3. Vol 235, issue 6611.
The Phoenix is Short-Sighted A survey of Western Europe - to be the next superpower or to make America's mistakes on a grander scale? The Economist. Saturday, 16 May 1970. Page s9. Vol 235, issue 6612.
The New Europe Letters The Economist. Saturday, 23 May 1970. Page 4. Vol 235, issue 6613.
The New Europe Letters The Economist. Saturday, 6 June 1970. Page 4. Vol 235, issue 6615.
Education & Courses Ad The Economist. Saturday, 20 February 1971. Page 81. Vol 238, issue 6652.
From enemy she became lover The Economist provides a special issue on UK & EuropeThe Economist. Saturday, 1 January 1972.Pages s9,s10. Vol 242, issue 6697.
Britain's industrial backyard News The Economist. Saturday, 1 January 1972. Pages s17-s21. Vol 242, issue 6697.
A revealing yesterday Business and Finance - A survey "The Next Forty Years"of Multinational Business in which Norman Macrae first argues for blending the roles of exponential economics and future historian. Checklist: macroeconomic short-term fixes prompted by world wars needing urgent addressed if world's financial system is not to collapse in 2010s The Economist. Saturday, 22 January 1972. Pages s5-s8. Vol 242, issue 6700.
The Economist Contents The Economist. Saturday, 22 January 1972. Page 3. Vol 242, issue 6700.
Multinational business Letters The Economist. Saturday, 29 January 1972. Page 6. Vol 242, issue 6701.
Multinational business Letters The Economist. Saturday, 5 February 1972. Page 8. Vol 242, issue 6702.
Ecology Letters - a letter on future history of Arab-Islamic civilisation by Ambassador of Jordan The Economist. Saturday, 12 February 1972. Page 4. Vol 242, issue 6703.
The next 40 years Because of widespread interest, the survey Ad The Economist. Saturday, 8 April 1972. Page 20. Vol 243, issue 6711.
No one quite like them Brian Beedham Survey of Japan The Economist. Saturday, 31 March 1973. Pages s7,s8. Vol 246, issue 6762.
The people we have become Survey of UK The Economist. Saturday, 28 April 1973. Pages s3-s8. Vol 247, issue 6766.
Contents The Economist. Saturday, 28 April 1973. Page 3. Vol 247, issue 6766.
The people we have become Letters The Economist. Saturday, 12 May 1973. Pages 4,6. Vol 247, issue 6768.
The Watergate Letters The Economist. Saturday, 7 July 1973. Page 4. Vol 248, issue 6776.
Tyrannosaurus Rex News The Economist. Saturday, 1 December 1973. Pages s35,s36. Vol 249, issue 6797.
The socialist revolutionaries are at take-off point Survey of Algeria turday, 13 April 1974. Pages 41-45. Vol 251, issue 6816.
After 10 years (The Economist changed editors The departing one, Alastair Burnet, on what we have been trying to do The Economist. Saturday, 26 October 1974. Pages 15,16. Vol 253, issue 6844.
Asia Pacific Century The Economist. Saturday, 4 January 1975. Page 3. Vol 254, issue 6854.
The embarrassed heir The Economist. Saturday, 4 January 1975. Pages 15-18. Vol 254, issue 6854.
A garden is lovesome The Economist. Saturday, 4 January 1975. Pages 22-28. Vol 254, issue 6854.
Japan Letters The Economist. Saturday, 18 January 1975. Page 6. Vol 254, issue 6856.
Pacific century Letters The Economist. Saturday, 1 February 1975. Page 6. Vol 254, issue 6858.
The Economist. Saturday, 5 April 1975. Page 6. Vol 255, issue 6867.
Survey of America's Third Century The Economist. Saturday, 25 October 1975. Page 3. Vol 257, issue 6896.
Recessional for the second great empire? News Pages s3,s4. Vol 257, issue 6896.
Classified Ad Page s42. Vol 257, issue 6896.
America's third century Letters Page 4. Vol 257, issue 6898.
Page 10. Vol 257, issue 6899.
Page 10. Vol 257, issue 6903.
Survey of The Coming Entrepreneurial Revolution (ER) Page 3. Vol 261, issue 6956.
Ten green bottles News The Economist. Saturday, 25 December 1976. Pages 41-43. Vol 261, issue 6956.
Towards the industrial archipelago News Pages 31,32. Vol 262, issue 6958.
Bottom-up is best News Page 35. Vol 262, issue 6958.
Granulated Capitalism - a survey responding to ER > Page 3. Vol 262, issue 6958.
The coming entrepreneurial revolution Letters >The Economist. Saturday, 22 January 1977. Pages 4,6. Vol 262, issue 6960.
Tomorrow's capitalism Letters Page 4. Vol 262, issue 6962.
Big can be beautiful A response to ER by 2 managers of General Electric Company Pages 45,46. Vol 262, issue 6966.
Son of Buggins News Page 34. Vol 262, issue 6966.
Quiet flows the chart News The Economist. Saturday, 5 March 1977. >
Variety, mobility News Pages 38,45. Vol 262, issue 6966.
Oakeshott's archipelagos News Pages 34-38. Vol 262, issue 6966.
Even more entrepreneurial Norman Macrae replies to nearly 3 months of correspondence on Entrepreneurial Revolution Pages 33-38. Vol 262, issue 6967.
Contents Page 3. Vol 262, issue 6967.
Britain and Europe Letters Page 4. Vol 262, issue 6969.
Contents Page 3. Vol 263, issue 6975.>
Tomorrow's workshop -
2 billion people - novel suggestions for East Asia
News > Pages s7-s11. Vol 263, issue 6975.
Asia Letters The Economist. Saturday, 4 June 1977. Page 7. Vol 263, issue 6979.
A miracle has been postponed Survey China The Economist. Saturday, 31 December 1977. Pages 13-15. Vol 266, issue 7009.
On a wing, a prayer and a string News The Economist. Saturday, 31 December 1977. Page 24. Vol 266, issue 7009.
Will we no' go back again? News The Economist. Saturday, 31 December 1977. Pages 33,34. Vol 266, issue 7009.
The sleeping giant News The Economist. Saturday, 31 December 1977. Pages 19-22. Vol 266, issue 7009.
The rules return News Pages 39-41. Vol 266, issue 7009.
China Letters The Economist. Saturday, 21 January 1978. Page 6. Vol 266, issue 7012.
Towards a Keynesian Friedmanism News The Economist. Saturday, 17 June 1978. Pages 37-41. Vol 267, issue 7033.
Spine-chillers Reviews The Economist. Saturday, 22 July 1978. Pages 108,109. Vol 268, issue 7038.
Coping stones (Walter Bagehot) Reviews Page 125. Vol 269, issue 7052.
Survey of broken-down governments in English-speaking world
News The Economist. Saturday, 23 December 1978. Pages 45-48. Vol 269, issue 7060.
Contents The Economist. Saturday, 23 December 1978. Page 3. Vol 269, issue 7060.
Too much government Letters The Economist. Saturday, 27 January 1979. Pages 4,6. Vol 270, issue 7065.
Elephants can't be pink Survey Brazil The Economist. Saturday, 4 August 1979. Pages s3,s4. Vol 272, issue 7092.
The post-Confucian challenge News The Economist. Saturday, 9 February 1980. Pages 67,68. Vol 274, issue 7119.
The decade for the third shock? Survey Japan The Economist. Saturday, 23 February 1980. Pages s3,s4. Vol 274, issue 7121.
Japan Letters The Economist. Saturday, 15 March 1980. Page 6. Vol 274, issue 7124.
The Economist. Saturday, 12 April 1980. Pages 4,5. Vol 275, issue 7128.
nchises that can change the world. Rough proposal of why anywhere linked into massive youth futures (including all universities and schools) needs to develop 9-minute audio labs that youth contribute to
*Postcard editorial: Year 42 Quarter 1 from The Economist Youth Entrepreneurial Revolution - our friend taddy blecher (who kindly animated 2nd in series of norman macrae remembrance parties -1 The Economist Boardroom 1A joint souvenir publication with Dr Muhammad Yunus; 2 Taddy Blecher ; 3 Sir Fazle Abed and Japanese Ambassador; 4 Glasgow and Atlanta as Twin Youth Capitals -celebrating the joy of entrepreneurial revolution of youth capitalism and freeing the net generation's net 3 billion jobs) in south africa has shown me his latest project but said its for my eyes only for a few weeks; he's getting funds from south african government and partners like branson and google to guarantee 1 million youth jobs creation over next 5 years and training of 14 million teenagers on entrepreneurship; at the recent world bank youth summit the branson entrepreneurship curriculum was mentioned by a student speaker as the greatest life changer in his transformation from coding whiz to prolific startup partner with his peer generation across jamaica; taddy started the free university in 1999; he has always been skoll's most valued entrepreneur in total education systems well until skoll also featured khan academy last april at his world entrepreneur summits- tantalisingly close to useful connections if only we can find more capital cities (beyond Atlanta) where enough educators and leaders really want them for their youth
Wiki25000Youth&YunusRoad to Atlanta
City Montessori -worlds favorite school and largest social business of education?(50000 )
Free Nursing College
Iveristy Udacity and edX http://www.openuped.eu/
MIT links 5 4 3 2 1
Blecher Free University
Branson sub-curriculum of Blecher
survey of value university
volunteer collaboration editor welcoming your queries: firstname.lastname@example.org washington dc hotline 1 301 881 1655 Norman Macrae Foundation for Youth Capitalism -contribute to search for youth's most massive future collaborators
linkedi 9500 ; twitter Obamauni -how do we truly help youth value universities and open education
outhern country surveyed for Entrepreneurial Revolution by The Economist (1968) and first philkanthropic partner of Soros
Invitation to join Twin million job creation capitalsWhat win-win map with youth job creation can your capital bring…
lion students waves -eg http://www.coursera.org is designed round scheduled curriculum presentations some of which will soon draw a million students at a time during the typical 8 week periods that each course presentation is scheduled for 2) million students continuous - eg http://www.khanacademy.org has lots of content - eg school maths - that millions have already used one at a time. . This training is accessible 24/7/365 and students can literally drill themselves piece by piece. Where Khan is seen to be offering a "literacy" foundations are joining in partnering khan to translate the literacy into all major mother tongues 3) specialist continuous - MIT has made a commitment (open Courseware http://ocw.mit.edu/index.htm ) to publish menus online to every curriculum it physically teaches. This can be useful for specialists who want to check the forefront of knowledge and especially industries of the future. There is nowhere I know of like the few square miles of MIT to go see what range of future industries are blossoming. For those interested in job creating paradigms, MIT is the number 1 job creating alumni network in the world - and there are local ways of connecting with this extraordinary movement in dozens of countries. If you are interested in exploring this back from the future worldwide interaction, Norman Macrae Foundation for pro-youth economics sponsors a ning we call http://bostonandyunus.ning.com 4) world changing education sources not yet wholly online - 3 main groups interest us here; 4.1 there are those whom we have known for over 30 years who have been helping real schools lead online development of their country's youth - New Zealander Gordon Dryden provides an outstanding example at http://thelearningweb.net . As an illustration of how borderless parental demand for education revolution can be, over 10 million Chinese families have bought Dryden's book on future experiments in education that are already happening in new Zealand as it dismantles examination standards and let curious youth be their own flow 4.2 there are those who believe the future of education and the future productivity of the net generation including worldwide human sustainability are more interdependent than any other system change - they agree with Einstein that we have been chaining youth to narrow over-standardised ways of journeying through life which the internet can and must liberate if it is to turn out to have good consequences for our whole species. Einstein: ◾The crippling of individuals I consider the worst evil of capitalism. Our whole educational system suffers from this evil. An exaggerated competitive attitude is inculcated into the student, who is trained to worship material success as a preparation for his future career. Albert Einstein (1879 - 1955). Interestingly, when Adam Smith first chartered what he hoped economics could enlighten he took great pains to argue for education not falling into this trap and working out how to stay free to every diverse way that we may all be students or teachers of each other. 4.3 There are those who are passionate about missing curriculum financial literacy, digital literacy, green energy and food security literacy -some of whom are already partnering in dozens of countries to deliver the curriculum through "real" schools- probably the most massive case is http://www.aflatoun.org - a curriculum on financial literacy for primary age students that began in an orphanage . Another exciting segment is those colleges that are already offering lowest possible cost job-creating training as "real" courses - Grameen Nursing College, Grameen Vocation College, The Free University System experiments coordinated out of S Africa by Taddy Blecher with partners that include Mandela Elders, Branson and Google Africa. Another exciting segment is those colleges that are already offering lowest possible cost job-creating training as "real" courses - Grameen Nursing College, Grameen Vocation College, The Free University System experiments coordinated out of S Africa by Taddy Blecher with partners that include Mandela Elders, Branson and Google Africa. Moreover many of the leaders of these most entrepreneurial colleges also participate in massive youth entrepreneur competitions -oftentimes the student solution that isnt quite ready to invest in as sustainable business points to a missing 12 minute peer to peer training module that it can be most economics to invite students to help develop. Having laid out a smorgasbord of online learning possibilities - questions we hope you will form with us- which of these is world changing in ways that youth can enjoy and be freed to get back to the net generation being the most productive, collaborative and sustainable time to thrive across our planet http://www.wholeplanet.tv
Forbidden Market Research - This specialist team of Norman Macrae Foundation loves to hear of survey ideas of missing voices -for example we are starting a viral survey of 16 year olds on which coursera courses they most value- any college principal who doesn't take note of this research can neither claim to be pro-youth nor economical
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Dear Friends/Parents of Livelihoods of Teenage Girls
Here is a 3 part idea - please say if one or all of you think it could be worth meeting to discuss how to maximise future interactions of students and millennials in our home region of Maryland and Washington DC please say.
In the yunus context
part 1 of this idea is to ask him which of these top 10 ideas he wants to co-edit youth viral postcards on - free nursing college has already been edited with him out of dhaka
part 2 of mediating connections with millennials future capitalism is introduced lower down
1 Yunus job creating olympics twinning future capitals - first wave invited by Atlanta Nov 2015 2 Yunus nearly free nursing college
3 MOOCYunus ; collaboration newsletters on girl powers other top 10 missing curricula of sustainability
4 Cross-cultural celebration fashion logo of united race to poverty museums (and responsible fashion sectors and superstars)
5 Social business progress prominently reported and goodwill valued in nightly news and stock markets
6 Social business infrastructure celebrations modeled round cox's bazaar as superport for Bangladesh and neighbouring nations
7 The Yunus creative lab fund for replicating community solutions of youth and yunus through youth lads that maximise open source trades and minimise middle men
8 Green energy model for a billion off grid peoples
9 How the sustainability curriculum and analyses of social MBA is opposite in every way to MBA curriculum designed by too big to exist banks
10 The Yunus Global Village App laureates -ideal firsts co-sponsor George Soros 20 years after funding GrameenPhone
...Y is for Yunus: Dr Muhammad Yunus. Millennials see him as connecting the 1000 most exciting concepts of their generation. This is fitting as Yunus has been exploring banking's end poverty and community generation purpose longer than anyone. His joy in hi-trust reasoning matches:the exponential impact goals of history's most validated microeconomists and mediators:
keynes: unless economiosts make their job numer 1 emding poverty they compoiund youth's greatest systemic risks.
james wilson the scot who came down to london in 1842 to rid parliament of vested interest politicians and founded The Economist as a social action - mediating what 99% of people wanted bigest decision-makers of the industrial revolution to choose as purpose of each market sector they designed productive and demanding value exchanges around
In a world where over a trillion dollars is now spent in rehearsing non-sustainable advertising concepts of the world's biggest and most extractive organisations, its fitting that Y is mediating youth's most exciting futures....
Part 2 - by uk law, the addresses of all shareholders of a corporation have to be supplied on request by any citizen at cost. I aim to survey which of The Economist's owners want to join in crowdfunding the inaugural annual of world record job creators in time for The Economist's 175th anniversary in 2018. If Yunus is interested in collaboratively partnering around this, please work out where he would find it most convenient for me to meet him ideally before August 1 as I have summer commitments to my daughter during August
Part 3 is to send similar part 1 to 10 other world record job creating connectors
earlier diary exchanges between several youth capitals correpondents
I realise july may be a hard month for anna as peak admin work of the year at uni of san diego and naila as peak fasting month of the year however it is the one traveling month I am free from responsibilities to my daughter
I also gathered from taddy that he feels that due to marriage etc of matt flannery it will be 2+ months before he able to help with arrange a san francisco meet up
My questions: would it still be useful arranging one meet of naila, anna and me in eg san diego in july
or is there a way that naila could see if laura turner might want to meet in atlanta- several subjects worth rehearsing with her are as follows:
does Laura want to connect with naila's womens empowerment movement in NY 2 days before the atlanta rehearsal and 3 days before WSIE in nnew york
does she want to take a meta-connecting role on green energy (her number 1 personal foundation's role)- not only does naila have congruent wishes from eg the sainsbury's but yunus knowhow on solar came originally from Jimmy Carter's energy champion neville williams
there are also at least 2 very delicate issues of nobel summit laura turner might want to be aware of in case she wanted to sustain dynamics of it that yunus men look unable to do
first it appears that gorbachev will not again be well enough to attend this summit- which he co-founded as was eat of europe's main freedom of youth connector; gorbachev's other main networks open society have been co-founded with george soros; for some reason the leadership of nobel summit never seems to invite soros to play a lead role- this is a pity as it not only misses the east europe energies of gorbachev and walesa ever more vital as the EU fails to represent countries/youth at its extremities; but 2 soros wants to sponsor moocs of womens and youth economics; 3 it was soros who first funded grameen phone anyway
second cape town october summit has now become a black hole in every way that it had been announced as a perfect connector between warsaw and atlanta
because south africa fears china and wont give the dalai lama a visa, mandela's main living friend: bishop tutu is withdrawing so are the main womens cluster of laureates
it therefore makes it unlikely that cape town will do anything much to celebrate mandela's action legacy with worldwide youth; so missing connections too with atlantas opening of the rights museum and spirit of luther king family; moreover the historically black university colleges which to summer 2013 were the soul of yunus entrepreneur competitions now have 2 rival coordinators- bhuiyan and thurgood marshall who took over the network which bhuiyan had worked for at annual Atlanta summits since 2000 to stage hbu student entrepreneur conferences
It seems to me in "direct account mode ,ie the turner family unfoundation-atlanta have most of all invested in connections" that all of this information is urgent for ted turner's daughter to know about, and probably some of it she has not been informed about in ways that her family can optimise their own decision-making
Of course I apologise if I have made any reporting errors but do feel that the two of you (Naila, Anna) know more what to do with all this information than anyone else especially as after black communities, hispanic womens networks are the second network us needs to linkin to end poverty in americas (and neither of the 2 mexican yunus summits in september or november seem likely to be valuing youth, nanocredit or the original bangladeshi microfranchise knowhow)
The split with dalai lama is also particularly sad as there is a huge overlap between dalai lama and taddys main way "maharishi" of helping girls who have been abused to refind love of self - maybe laura turner does urgently need the right sort of introduction to taddy. Moreover Branson only found taddy as partner due to his accidental discovery of Sara Blakely in an apprentice reality tv show that Sara won fiorst social prize of. Sara has since gone on to be Atlanta youngest female billionnaire and one seeking how to give back to womens issues
Also having found the world banks young professional associate who grew up in atlanta it is quite sad not to have even one hi-trust link for her to help stage with the next round of the woprld bank youth summit october 6. Currently Jim KIm's main summit moderator is the female sierra leone cnn journalist Isha Sesay -another potential missing link
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tervene in now if 2010s is to be most exciting decade
simply I have developed 20 years of method (sometimes used in the world’s biggest consultancies and as agencies ) showing why and how the most value multiplying leader at centre of lot of structural resources can communicate revolves round asking everyone what would the world miss if this didnt exist? who would uniquely miss value multiplying what?
celebration case 1 what if bangladesh didn’t exist - well you would not have yunus , fazle abed, jamii bora, microcredit, social business, the missing economics- my point here is the didnt exist question is a systemic/holonic method, and fun to network-it interconnects us if you are passionate about just one of the above or deep practice solutions to poverty, hunger, healthcare, job creation and other daring nation stuff; and this is also why I urgently ask you to get behind collaborating around consider bangladesh now and correspond with mostofa on this so he takes the best collaboration ideas to yunus and the principals of bangladesh business schools who he does nation leadership research with; the more so as my working assumption with yunus is if we help him with something he most wants then he will reciprocate; and while he may not be able to say so to every audience : partnerships that connect sustainable world trade with the poorest of bangladesh as the meta-hub is his number 1 mission
TRANSFORMING MEDIA & ECONOMICS TO HELP PEOPLE & COMMUNITIES
I first applied this question to the global branding industry in series of books and expert networks (eg world class brands network); I would not trust a leader with a brand or any power who doesnt dare transparently raie this question ; there is no strategy people can truly connect without it. When I made a presentation to harvard's marketing faculty on that in 1999; they said privately we might agree but in america a business school would never get any research funds for such. In other words wall street economics doesnt like built to last valuation methods because that's not what big bang wall steet's for.
it turns out that it also opens up the missing metrics (of Unseen Wealth) needed to free markets to exponentially integrate sustainability and foresee what future is being spun - explaining that takes some knowledge of my dad’s work and a few minutes though the maths that derives from my question has governance with dr yunus social business system maths as its most elegant subset. Statistically, all sustainability business modelling is connected to the who would uniquely miss what question. This is good news as my child and yours can ask why exist questions s creatively as adult professionals - that is if we redesign education for a wordlwide future
Not to go on too long there is a related future history question that can be hugely timely -where would be if XXX hadnt accidentally happened?; if we are going to sort out all the disasters macroeconomics is ruling over - an essential task now for exciting 2010s to blossom - we are probably going to have to identify at least 10 XXX that accidentally happened in 20th C and are still compounding ever greater conflicts (destroying adam hi-trust free markets precept) . You can read dad’s 25 december 1976 survey Entrepreneurial Revolution and deduce many of the macroeconomic faultlines he was urging to be fixed then ;none have except where Bangladesh microeconomic networks are growing unstoppably !
eg 1 currency - letting governments print currencies independent of precious metal reserves (this fiddle was something that govs found convenient immediately after first world war!)
eg 2 what if the tv spot hadnt been the way that television grew - we might have a world where sustainability heroes mattered more than tiger woods at least on public tv like BBC; ie where a reality tv program of the sort my dad assumed essential to end poverty in his 1984 living script -
Changing communications, and what makes people distant, bossy, etc
Changing national politics
for happy net generation ; I hope one day soon some of us have another meeting in paris to develop with emmanuel and olivier what I have started gossiping with both that we need to develop danone communities until youth prefer it to tv spots
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7 Koller (Coursera)- both San Francisco, 6 friends of digital MIT and Open -Boston
5 Jack Ma China 4 Gandhi Family City Montessori Lucknow India, 3 Gordon Dryden New Zealand and 20 other countries including China
2 your favorite practice collaborator - in reforming economics to sustain every open society our favorite would be friends of soros
1 your other choice
Oct's breaking- 25000 youth and yunus road to Atlantastarts 22 Nov 2013
August's breaking news: THE ANTIDOTE Most important economics course ever enjoyed by a million youth starts 1 sept 2013 out of New York with a little help from friends of Soros Open Society and www.ineteconomics.org
TO FAILED MACROeconomics - command and control big brothered around one global standard instead of valuing diversity youth need to build sustainability out of every community - all but destroyed the productivity of the net generation, especially when mixed with alleged subprime frauds 1 2 3 4 perpetrated out of wall street in the 21st century
-so a most interesting question in the pro-youth world is: which universities first come up to the plate to offer courses on coursera that Keynes would have approved on bearing in mind his warning that only economists design futures? - so far the greatest pro-youth economic course on coursera have been delivered out of Melbourne (Melbourne's Jeff Borland invitation video if you're not on coursera); in parallel research through soros open society networking epicenter in Budapest - 1st of September 2013 sees Soros www.ineteconomics.org stage its first coursera out of a New York college - this is quite literally the most valuable course youth have ever been massively offered to date- let hope a million plus youth assemble - be there if you want the futures youth dream of realizing www.wholeplanet.tv to be the purpose of the next decade
help update open education scoops of 2013 - 41st year ofcelebrating Massive Open Online education and The Economist's 170th of pro-youth economics
Viewpoint on innovation of education 1972-2012
We have found nothing to change our view in the 40 years, since we first saw youth experimenting with early digital networks. If one hundredth of the passion that went into the moon race's computing had been sustained collaboratively in education, the 2010s would be every youth's most productive time to be alive and greatest time for co-producing human goals that peacefully and entrepreneurially converge round ending poverty and hunger. It is from this viewpoint that we encourage everyone to MOOC now.
Norman Macrae Youth Foundation, Washington DC region phone 301 881 1655 - search for top 100 investors/practitioners in pro-youth 2010s at www.wholeplanet.tv email email@example.com
Norman's life was dedicated to pro-youth economics at The Economist where in 1972 he founded the genre of Entrepreneurial Revolution aimed at making the net generation of 2010s the time when every youth's life fulfilled its optimal social and economic potential. Back in 1843 The Economist's founder James Wilson started this most exciting of all mediation journeys.
qualifiers - we are only capable of searching what's findable between 1972-2012 in English speaking world- we would love to hear from those who have different collaboration education top 10s because they search in other mother tongues
there are many others we have learnt from but we don't yet know how to collaborate in sustaining their ideas in ways that have more impact than if our 10 first got together
Einstein: This crippling of individuals I consider the worst evil of capitalism. Our whole educational system suffers from this evil. An exaggerated competitive attitude is inculcated into the student, who is trained to worship acquisitive success as a preparation for his future career...
Sugati Mitra: "Schools as we know them are obsolete." The Victorians very successfully created a global computer out of people: It's called the bureaucratic administrative machine. In order to have that machine running, you need to have lots and lots of people. They made another machine to produce those people. It's called 'the school.' The schools would produce the people who would then become parts of bureaucratic administrative machine. "We are continuously producing identical people for a machine that no longer exists."
for personal and transparency reasons we exclude from our reporting of pro-youth educators, the yunus family and friends of Grameen -Muhammad Yunus being the chief guest at dad's 85th and last public birthday hosted at Royal Automobile Club London Saint James 2008…
ompetitions - way to co-create net generation's next 3 billion jobs
what IS googledoc? its a Micro-wiki ... Open education friends of googledoc:
Taddy Blecher Free Uni S Africa
Tell us who else - firstname.lastname@example.org
Diary of which 25000 youth can change … - https://docs.google.com/document/d/1lfFpar2sJSoNYVFBzPNTv9hR7F0AgmsNrbZpV07z2Ec/edit?usp=sharing … 24 months count down to most active reunionyouth& yunus have ever hosted
When hundreds of thousands of students share a change the world curriculum - as the The Economist's entrepreneurial revolution segment of MOOC advocated developing collaboration webs since 1972 - its natural for practice teams to huddle at Skype. Sharing a Micro-wiki document which updates next actions is becoming a key practice. This blends with media and mediation tool of chartering developed 1990. Think of the happiness and freedom that interacting micro-declarations of interdependence can now liberate!
Curriculum of how millennium goal summits failed .FED2.1dealer of first human resources.
Curriculum of ObamaUni MOOCwho . DC Conscious Capitalism - diarist ER007
Example 1-co-edit this doc if you are interested in the most trusted economists and banks coming to a community near you https://docs.google.com/document/d/1RXxOzSdbIRVhtF2tc3xpfJ3dxvWpX6AnSS1OqW7eOE0/edit
The Youth & Yunus Travel Guide to when Youth is saving the world : Boston
Here are more examples of google docs we are piloting in such hotspots of open education and open society networking - please share yours with us
Sorosnet Coursera Series Live Debriefing 1 https://docs.google.com/document/d/1qq0Tt9iYTTkSLZXlIpRWRIWkCFmNG-BUAf5seZ8PfE4/edit
Doc series Researching how Youth Value Universities
published at https://docs.google.com/document/d/1cDCeMleMkz4xBTtdyBFiqy3q3DDbjgmitTkD-fjO1Rk/pub
Doc series researching how massive youth networks can most help Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus
Yunus Trust Series
Youth and Yunus Judges of Student Entrepreneur Competition https://docs.google.com/document/d/1aeZ5D8-FuUr9hMceEUL7EgEznr4-SmEVsXHvIrSP06U/edit
Youth & Yunus Social Business Competition start-ups
The MIcro-Everything Mapping Series
Pro-Youth Economics- Top 10 Microfranchises
1 Free Nursing College https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dXrdXnoWYCMOflzz-EHCb_Q-VaqxjVHdOxG7EOO5qgw/edit…
pity at least as far as linking in Tebabu's work as a value chain revolution out of DC to Africa.
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Tebabu's longtime passion in cultural promotion, work in media to promote African ...international market linkages for higher-value and profit-sharing with farmers and ... To showcase the model, Tebabu founded Blessed Coffee (BC), a social .
I do wish King would go ahead and recruit black membership to CCDC as a priority. By showing to students how strongly African American students are converging on atlanta we can stimulate collaborative competition across other cultural groups. In my review of the us education systems its curriculum of cross-cultural knowhow are terminally weak - and need total reform while Obama has undercover influence in the white house. Much to announce on the hispanic liberation movement soon particularly as our womens empowerment leader is meeting Carlos Slim as I write this. And because I got on surprisngly well earlier this week with a Texan who came to DC 22 years ago to advise the elder Bush on future of youth. Apparently in those days youth's open tech dreams hadnt yer divided political parties in this peculiar continent. To be worldwide youth or not to be- so to speak
Furthermore - is it me or is there a strange lack of Africans among young professional associates at the world bank - anyhow I am up for researching this because ultimately Jim Kim can search out who's who of #2030 now with ease across asia but the wpold bank has a lot more trust to regain if it is ever to help youth Africa
MAIL POSTED TO CC LEADERS LINKED IN GROUP -say if it needs co-editing and posting elsewhere (eg student associations)
Yesterday I received a 7 actions mail from http://wholeplanetfoundation.org as Whole Foods annual commitment to #2030now by uniting microcredit networkers and customers and associates reaches its peak. It happens that I am linked to a lot of microcredit research going on by culture and Diaspora leaders of capitalism hence the general question
Specific interests with timelines include:
Hispanic - San Diego April 8 (day before your conference) there is a deep gathering of hispanic connecting microcredit students. Microcreditsummit's leader is in town as this also serves as a rehearsal for the world microcreditsummit being convened out of Mexico this year. I have the impression in my local whole food branches that hispanic networking is particularly empowered by the associates in my region but I havent yet found many hispanic CC connectors locally
Conversely in DC African American diaspora groups energise CC more than any other cultural group. This happens to very useful as Dr Yunus main youth entrepreneur networks in the USA are linked in around HBUC- and he his calling for black student networks not to miss the extraordinary connections he has been making between this years Nobel Laureate summit celebrating Mandela out of Cape Town and next years out of Atlanta http://youthcreativelab.blogspot.com where leading local hosts include Luther King's family and Rosa Park's lawyer. Atlanta is also opening an extraordinary Rights museum this year - so the next 21 months are the most extraordinary opportunities for black youth capitalism to change America.…
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how do humans design futures?-in the 2020s decade of the sdgs – this question has never had moore urgency. to be or not t be/ – ref to lessons of deming or keynes, or glasgow university alumni smith and 200 years of hi-trust economics mapmaking later fazle aded - we now know how-a man made system is defined by one goal uniting generations- a system multiplies connected peoples work and demands either accelerating progress to its goal or collapsing - sir fazle abed died dec 2020 - so who are his modt active scholars networks empowering youth with his knohow n- soros with jim kim paul farmer leon botstein and with particular contexts- girls village development and with ba-ki moon global climate adaptability where cop26 november will be a great chance to renuite with 260 years of adam smith and james watts purposes there is no point in connecting with system mentors unless you want to end poverty-specifically we interpret sdg 1 as meaning mext girl or boy born has fair chance at free happy an productive life as we seek to make any community a child is born into a thriving space to grow up between discover of new worlds in 1500 and 1945 systems got worse and worse on the goal eg processes like slavery emerged- and ultimately the world was designed around a handful of big empires and often only the most powerful men in those empires. 4 amazing human-tech systems were invented to start massive use by 1960 borlaug agriculture and related solutions every poorest village (2/3people still had no access to electricity) could action learn person to person- deming engineering whose goal was zero defects by helping workers humanize machines- this could even allowed thousands of small suppliers to be best at one part in machines assembled from all those parts) – although americans invented these solution asia most needed them and joyfully became world class at them- up to 2 billion people were helped to end poverty through sharing this knowhow- unlike consuming up things actionable knowhow multiplies value in use when it links through every community that needs it the other two technologies space and media and satellite telecoms, and digital analytic power looked promising- by 1965 alumni of moore promised to multiply 100 fold efficiency of these core tech each decade to 2030- that would be a trillion tmes moore than was needed to land on the moon in 1960s. you might think this tech could improve race to end poverty- and initially it did but by 1990 it was designed around the long term goal of making 10 men richer than 40% poorest- these men also got involved in complex vested interests so that the vast majority of politicians in brussels and dc backed the big get bigger - often they used fake media to hide what they were doing to climate and other stuff that a world trebling in population size d\from 1945 to 2030 also needed to map. so the good and bad news is we the people need to reapply all techs where they are only serving rich men and politicians od every party who have taken us to the brink of ending our species- these are the most exciting times to be alive - we the 3 generations children parents grandparents have until 2030 to design new system orbits gravitated around goal 1 and navigating the un's other 17 goals do you want to help/ 8 cities we spend most time helping students exchange sustainability solutions 2018-2019 BR0 Beijing Hangzhou: BR6 Geneva, Luxembourg, BR2 Dhaka, Delhi, BR1 Tokyo, Seoul
Map with Belt Road Imagineers :where do you want to partner in sustaining world
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?
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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