ape of global finacialy system started. Note the last 3 pages of Keynes General Theiry explain that youth's greatest risk is elderly macroeconomists because increasingly their systems design what futures are possible
1976 First survey of Entreprenurial Revoloution as a worldwide curriculum. NOrman macrae had actually coined Entrepreneurial Revolution in some early national leadership surveys in hos series that began in 1962 with consider Japan- by 1975 proposed Asia Paccific Colaboration century with desperate need to value China as the greatest collaboration system humnanity had ever valued
1984 book mapping next 3 billion jobs- bottom-up and openly mediated ost-industrail revolution abundance if smat networked media coule replac dumbing down tv ads, and green abundance could transform communities befoire drowing in carbon-celebrating maasive hunts for microfranchiseswith worldwide youth will be a critical transformation process as will uniting human race around the greatest collaboration goals any millennium has ever advanced…
roots networks became the most valuable exemplar of organisational transformation started in The Economist's 1972 future competition "Entrepreneurial Revolution"
Download a world bank report on this innovative new product development process…
and leaders knew how, why, when. where to act on interconnecting. That 's how curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution - with the future history my father started debating with anyone he could reach out of The Economist in London in 1972. What motivated this was seeing students testing early digital learning networks. He called those of NetGen who linked in curriculum vitae round the start of the new millennium's most human goals ENTRPRENEURIAL REVOLUTIONARIES Jargon note: Norman Macrae was an old school economist: a disciple of Adam Smith and Keynes- the latter had mentored him that the most pivotal of all future system challenges economists take a Hippocratic oath to resolve is the race to end poverty. What if the time to achieve this economic goal is NOW!
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happy 2014 -Over the last 7 years my father's Entrepreneurial Revolution http://normanmacrae.ning.com peers at The Economist and my young friends have done a lot of reporting of Dr Muhammad Yunus. At a 70th birthday wish weekend with Yunus held in Glasgow, 4 July 2010, we helped launched the journal of social business and Open education's Free Nursing College. help us co-edit Net Generation Job creating good news and open edu curricula -firstname.lastname@example.org wash dc 1 301 881 1655
first 100 partners of journal..
.co-published with yunus 2008;
republished 1st NM party @ The Economist
Help! Map quartets of beautiful dreamers for Atlanta's Youth Summit 2015
4 hemi: Luther King, Nelson Mandela, Gandhi and Yunus
Europe's East: Walesa, Gorbachev, Soros, Von Neumann
Who's your quartet? clue it can be practice-purpose led as well as changing what Youth Capitalism's Open Education world values spending human lives working on
Twin with South Africa's Million Jobs CapitaL and Free University Partnerships- next world skype with founder taddy Blechre 2.30pm east coast time 30 dec 2013 - Skype queries chrismacraedc
Twin with yunus _ congressional gold medal DC;Atlanta's to be Muhammad Yunus's 2nd Home ?
the Atlanta declaration of twin capitals of billion job co-creation with youth
with sir fazle abed : proposal on why not a khan academy lab everyone elades and youth open edu curriculum of job creatin and collaboration race to end poverty
celebration at 20th open society laureates - soros, abed, paul farmer, central university of budapest
Glasgow University Principal host 4th Norman Macrae Remembrance party with remembrance of Adam Smith Scholar Andrew Skinner
Million Youth Postcard competition launched -yunus10000 network to circulates 10000 postcards celebrating next hundred million nursing jobs
will brazil be next capital to twin celebration of nurses with world class sports
why woudnt the future of BBC celebrate best new 9 minute khan academy community health education video every midnight?
which other 10000 postcard collections can you help youth circulate?
with 15 nobel laureates youth networks
at JIm Kim's 2nd annual world bank youth summit
uch as he likes); he largely uses real peer to peer methods so there is even more to go for with the first virtual entrepreneur-job creating courses;and of course on the Nobel Youth Labs Road to atlanta sSuth Africa is the intermediary stop - wouldn't it be useful to see how collaboratively Blecher fits with the networks you most want to converge in 2015-if anyone reading this can help linkin and would like to join our Skype on dec 30 please tell me email@example.comMORE ON AFRICA INSPIRATION FOR ENTREPRENEURSthe world's 3 greatest youth empowerment methods - Ubuntu and peaceful reaction methods by Mandela, Mahirishi with S Africa Free University, Peaceful revolution methods of Gandhi (who began his curriculum of Satyagraha in South Africa 1906) -tell us if you have alternative votes for these top 3My understanding from our editoral volunteers at MandelaUni is: cape town black youth in 1978 that inspired the start of Soros becoming a philanthropist; I wish we could find the right way to invite him to cape town nobel summit
it was also soros loans that funded start up of grameen phone so while I don't know the 18 year history of yunus…
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.circle 1 - apart from maths, what would youth in richer nations like to see as first 5 khan-academy labbed curriculum (1)
circle 2 - what would youth in developing nations like to see as first 5 KhanAc labbed curriculum
circle 3 - what are the 5 most innovative curricula that millions of youth have never been free to lead before due to not being open online with million times more collab technology
circle 4 - what apprentice type curricula should be free for youth to study provided they spend first 7 years practicing in communities without this service expertise
circle 5 - how do we assemble a panel of different experts who will reconcile conflicts with old gurus of zerosum ruling over people
Entrepreneurial Revolution (ER) alumni believe education should be pro-youth everywhere- exponential opportunity: how else can any of the millennium's most exciting collaboration goals be sustained? risk: how else can the human race be sustained in a borderless hyperconnected world?
ER believe that the curricula youth run richer and poorer nations most prioritise have extraordinary opportunities both to collaborate and learn from each other -for example there is a correlation between richer nations and historically plentiful supplies of clean water- curriculum of how to value or innovate access to clean water where it is not plentiful are not just morally pivotal, they may increasingly be needed as climate and other shifts caused by excess use of carbon energy changes who is water free
ER alumni value way pro-youth futures mapped way above zero-sum models historically associated with the scarcities inevitable in the industrial age's economy of consuming up things - education can be the common core of an abundant Future Capitalism 0 grown out of every community- because actionable knowhow multiplies value in communal use.
neurial Revolution dialogues in The Economist in 1972
is responsible for open replication of more end poverty microfranchsies than any other...
What headlines would you vote for to identify Dr Yunus's life of action celebrations how would you edit these 4 possible headlines; and what would you propose corresponding 4 headlines for sir fazle and over in Consider Kenya: ingrid munro thanks firstname.lastname@example.org MY1 Entrepreneurially saved livelihoods and increased productivity of world’s poorest women MY2 Broke cycle of illiteracy in tens of thousands of village communities, so increasing productivity of Bangladesh’s youthful nation MY3 Bridged digital divides every which way round global communications and local communities MY4 Turned country in centre of asian pacific www century into innovation lab for tech for ending poverty partners and sustainability’s world trade of open source franchises MY5 Demonstrated way to electrify poorest rural areas in world with colar --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
in 1971, Bangladesh was born and my father @ The Econoist Saint James London - first predicted the death of the international financial system 40 years on; the subliminal narrative of the 2010s big banking's 3rd world war with the possibilities of net generation to be 10 times more productive peoples will win-win-win with the www if young people everywhere know why we celebarte who we economically heroise tell us if you have any microeconomic collaboration projects connecting the 40th anniversary Celebrations of Bangaldesh and its microentrepreneurial models of worldwide sustainability happy 2011, chris macrae www.erworld.tv help develop a library of consider bangladesh - consider being dad's entrepreneurial revolution sub-brand denoting what 7 billion people need to share knowhow and cheer-lead round next …
win) goals -this has been the purpose The Economist chartered since 1843-
Help map the Entrepreneurial Revolution Curriculum of who understood hi-trust economics most (future systems youth most needed designed and invested in) during The Economist's first 7 quarters of a century 1843-- 2017
Blecher open edu partners in South Africa 2.1
Mandela south africa 1.0
Gorbachev & Walesa
Bangladesh (Abed, Yunus,,) 1.0 and Manmohan Singh
Japan and Asia Pacific : Hong Kong, Singapore, Dubai, China 1.0
Von Neumann (& legacy eg Moon Race)
Keynes alumn eg schumacher, boulding and Marshall Plan
European Visions but not sustainable as realities due to non-economic gov rules: EU, NHS, BBC world service
Gandhi with support of Einstein and Montessori
US Prime Time industrial age
Coming of US , bankruptcy of UKas reserve currency
Bagehot - from empire to commonwealth
James Wilson (alumn of scottish and french schools of entrepreneurship's greatest goals. Fired vested interest MPs. Statistician who launched print medium (The Economist) to question leaders of industrial revolution on how to end poverty, end hunger, end capital abuse of youth)
7 quarters (approximately 4 generations's 7 billion most brilliant livelihoods of futurising history of the coming of wholeplanet and borderless humanity)
Who animated which future-history goals out of which places, cultures and practice foci of leadership and market sectors? Nominations welcome - please start with view of what purpose got collaboratively actioned for human futures that would not have uniquely changed at that time or place if they had not lived
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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
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