Q&A about ER -has popularity of 1976's Entrepreneurial Revolution been a good thing? Probably not in the sense that 99% of American academics (and vested interest PR men) have change the livelihoods meaning of E from that which father argued for in The Economist; 1976 was the 25th year that father had been applying Von Neumann's scoop (they met Princeton 1951) -what good will peoples unite with 100 times more tech per decade? good to both dad and von neumann meant opposite of bads such as nuclear and world war that their lives had been dominated by; practical goods in the 1950s came from american borlaug who helped the east produce 10 times more food locally and Deming who helped Japanese engineers design contnious improvement and small entrepreneur supply chains across borders -through my father's life time the grand prize for entrepreneurial revolution goes to fazle Abed the most connected person with a billion asian womens empowerment - probably the greatest human development miracle our species will ever cooperate around
Consider Japan (Asia Rising models designed in the 1950s reported from 1962) offers one of the first forms of win-win world trade model - on retinement the Japan Emperor's award to dad noted for helping make trade more positive than we would have otherwise actualised ;.Kennedy accepted Asia Rising model of goods- added western youth's most exciting 20th C goal declaring moon short decade (whose actual benefit was satellite letecoms as early as 1964, and was in the process of mediating triad interdependence of us asia and euro when he was assassinated; some would say he was rushing too fast in directions opposite to that which Texas has always required of us democracy (arms, carbon, and chauvinism/racism all of which Texas justifies as the state that annexed the west coast from Mexico to US) there is no evidence I can find that a US president since kennedy has wholly applied Neumann's scoop; ER argued for engieeers and distributing knowhow to community building and ending poverty as a future not big media and big politics; interestingly even as us politics from nixon ended investing in youth, silicon valley around intel enjoyed a 1970s of garage startups and purposeful venture capitalism - see dad's 1982 survey why not silicon valleys everywhere; from 1984 after 36 years in The Economist's anonymous system dad and I co-authored 10 years of 2025report on what if we designed digital cooperation and education into webs form 1990 - this is not what happened in the west even as father wrote up the biography of von neumann -see where this crisis has brought us at 2022 in this series of linkedin articles;
Meanweile this ning reproduces as many of dads east-west and other Economist surveys as we can ; and the last edition of 2025report.com and EconomistDiary.com continues to ask will the next 8 yeras return worldwide trade designs to sustain oir extinguish our childrens futures
2022 update - email@example.com writes: welcome - as codesmeta.com tracks tipping points of 2022, it seems in some ways that macroeconomists have regressed over the 50 years since my dad started questioning future history in The Economist 1972 and by creating the ER genre 1976 0 The coming entrepreneurial revolution : a survey - In: The economist 261 (1976), pp. 41-65 cited 105
2021-3 can ed & tech prevent extinction generation - 1 2 3 4
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1989, founded world class brands as dad retired from 40 tears at The Economist- can global media power be applied for good & sustainability of youth? Its been a long search bur beeings.app ( the meatverse's most human agents) could just be the giant leap by womenkind
We (#inft friends20.com) think last best chance of preventing extinction can depend on whether the Rowlings (Foundation Lumos) and the Ts want similar stories & ES(D)G actions curated around the metaverse to blend Human and AI in time to celebrate commons sense at 2 Guterres UNGA summits - transforming education 2022, future summit 2023
WHY INTEL THIS NOW? Last month, lower Broadway friends helped New York and Hong Kong creatives/artists host the 70th annual Entrepreneurial Revolution salon since my father Norman Macrae met Von Neumann in Princeton in 1952. Dad was Keynesian futures sub-editor at The Economist. He's served as teenage navigator allied bomber command Burma; married Sir Kenneth Kemp's daughter -grandad chief justice in Bombay was in dialogues with Gandhi for 20 years before writing up legalese of India's Independence.
My dad's ideas of entrepreneurial revolution were always off any known (Western) charts although he and JFK agreed in 1962 that Japan had found models for all Asia Rising. Marina Von Neumann would like to see AI Hall of Fame research piloted if this can help. (New bio of her father out 30 years after my dad's 1993 bio) Sincerely, Chris Macrae MA Stats DAMTP Corpus Christi Cambridge 1973 -- Wash DC friends20.com If I could meet a team member of yours or help repeat zoom of March's salon I can be in NY any time +1 240 316 8157
ER explores the UN purpose that humans want to design a world in which each next child born has a fair chance at life and livelihood.This must ne out of any community. Logically it based on two frames that were top of mind when my gather met bon neumann at princeton 1951 while seconded to New York for a year by The Economist of London
Keynes had answered the question who rules what futures are possible- increasing the handful of academic economists and media barons which legislators turn into laws.
Neumann told my father of the biggest journalistic scoop og modern tiems- ask biggest decision makers what will they do with 100 times more tech per decade that's a million times moore considering intergenerational responsibilities over 30 years (30 years being what split todays 8 billion into younger and elder)
Overall ER clarifies need to balance big get bigger gov and corporate by small enterprise networks. Over the 10 years 1976-1986- The Economist mediated debates integrating local to global the Society's core ESG purposes -
societal purposes of goal fodo and land for families, 3 health & safety, 4 livelihood education changing ahead of 100 times more etch
Powerpoint download whole survey Entrepreneurial Revolution TM Macrae/Economist 1976 ersurvey.pptx Entrepreneurial Revolution download full 1976 survey by norman macrae The Economist December 25, 1976
Nature is always playing a more chaotic game as covid illustrates (all the covid virus in the world being less than one cola cola can in volume). Currently all extinction evil of the world seems to be located in a handful of mad men led by Putin. Be very careful whom you tar with that brush. For example usa has 2 main borders to deal with and does a rotten job at its southern border China has about 20 borders to deal with. Xi Jinping is not putin - only the evil of fake macroeconomic whites could spiral such racism. And now in the 21st C elders however subconsciously (and politically machinated) have given up valuing their next generation - that's the message when Kerry said in 2021 that Glasgow was humanity's last best chance...
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN YOUNGER HALF OF THE WORLD'S FUTURE? Some folk talk about whether the elder half of the world wants children to be the first sustainability or extinction Generation. That's the choice. Media, educators, public servants are lying if they say any other future is possible.
Whilst simplifying terminology let's look at the acronym ESG that has become popular with financial whizs. Here is a map I learnt from 40 years of work in Asia which started accidentally when Unilever and MIT first asked me to survey what women in Indoinedsia wanted from skin care. Actually we can map 3 main life developing markets of Society (50 year learning curve of billion poorest asian womens tabulated is the greatest economic miracle development experts have ever been privileged to map)
The 5 decades of 1980s to 2020s (innovation environment of 100 times more tech) were anticiapted as:
80s computers go personal
90s the world is webs
2000s mobile devices become most popular way to app digital world and to end borders between communicating people
2010s big date clouds will make question of how to blend human and artificial intel vita
2020s real time autonomous systems will increasing take over from gob of deep changing datasets (deviced from every gps and spatial coordinate) by men
On 1984 The Economists started debating 5 years of prep for the fall of the Berlin Wall. Could the world humanly commonise sense of what hadspun from the root causes of the 2 worlds wars- The G8.5 nations consisted of the unbalanced drives of
JU the islands of Japan and Uk
FIG the 3 naturally cramped nations of France Italy Germany
CURE which consisted oif 2 continental roofs Canada and Russia and 2 temperate northern continents USA and EU
How to E & G - peace, change to green energy, integration of digital and physical trading infrastructure, financing community sustainability were all clarified so that millennials as the younger half of the 21st C world were first sustainability gen instead of first extinction gen. Instead of goal 17 excluding youth, women and poorest in bigger bigger PPP, deep data metaverse and metavilalge humanised Artificial Intel so that every family enjoyed the chance to blossom
The deadlines which the Un has set as 2030 for the sdgs were set in 1984 in 2025report.com. Whatever human wrongs you see spiraling in the 2020s ultimately go back to failures designed into exponential multiplying systems committed by white macroeconomists. Whites represent less than 20% of the world's population. Fortunately by 1977 Asian two third oif the world (starting with 1960s progress of japan korea s taiwan hk singapore) mapped how sustainability could come to all Asian families and indeed peoples with every skin shade and gender.
Nature as adam smith's 1758 ethical mapping explored is bottom up and open. Man risks extinction the more he engineers borders that externalise professional responsibility instead of gearing human natural and artificial the way Einstein advised. Namely all of man's science is as approximate as the micro level being simulated by man's metrics.
Out 1984 book argued education transformation needed to be integral to sustainability - bravo guterres unga edu summit 2022. And bravo 2023 unga summit futures of common senses we need next generation to mediate even while the elder half of the world has always been at risk of fiddling while tome burns. Can we lap ahead of such a scary misvaluation of diverse cultures and natural forces? Can the metaverse (ie media to 2030 suddenly humanise our goals and actions as united earthlings)
2025report.com- 1984's maps of sustainability generation opportunities/threats
brand transparency chris macrae 2002 nb many links made in 2002 no longer exist
Environment & Governance depend on what your life was like when the UN was founded in 1945. Nearly two thirds of the world are Asian. Their life in 1945 was very poor- the japanese had been nuked- and almost every other nation had been colonised (that includes the north east coast of asia after China had given up with world trade when the Brits said that the far east would need to accept opium as a currency because britain was running short on gold.
Here is the E & G that successful Asians have used since 1950s first in Japan soon Kora South Taiwan, HK Singapore, then Coastal China ..
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||Collab Platforms for commitees of 100000 lives matter -some call this sdg6 equality but note serving 100000 people's last mile care of each other is not something western media or lawyers have worked out in many places
||As survey of Entrepreneurial Revolution anticiapted 21st youth dont need bog get bigger PP greenwashing each other - we need PYP, POP, PWP -preferential priority of tech and social chnage to transparently value youth women ,poor who history left out and we have the 3 natiral chnaged og 8 billion population - go f green, invest in infrsastructure, invest in peace without borders (eg cut 109% on foreign arms spends every year- let's hope somehow this can be achieved without nuclear or climate wars in spite of 33 tears of EU and USA doing the opposite to peparing caringluy in 1984 for the 1989 fall of berlin wall
Exponential governance as Adam Smith so clearly anticipated requires a transparency of everyone knowing price and qualiity not 90 day smash and grab accounting- back in 1950s before television became too invasive in western lifestyles experienced marketers reported SWOTS where the exponential rising Opportunity and the care needed so that compound Threats were fully updated/minimised by the board- of course in those days a board could not globally stream microsofts killer app so multinational companies were led as much as nationally caring systems not one global spreadsheeted men. Neumann had a lot to say about careless numbers men if you want to read the person who linkedin 100 times more tech per decade. You certainly should not work in finacnial media or nightly news unless you can pass neumann's driver's test.
.. Until 1962 presidents like Kenendy applauded loudly that Asia could Rise through next generations as rural keynsiaism ended starvation (mainly thanks to asians becoming alumni of the American Borlaug) and far eastern coastal cities learnt to continuously improve engineering with deming until undergrounds were safe, bullet trains were fast, containerisation was 10 times more economic (actually making it lower cost for small enterprise supply chains to trade across ports than inside the continent. In one sense a problem ; in another sense good news that tech can be applied round multi-win trade across nations. After all - knowhow multiplie value in application unlike consuming up things- perhaps the 21st C world could go beyond the scarcities of thing trade and worldwide love of each others children could web the world.
if women could design one brand of their own. Actually Unilever had an idea but their ad agency hated it - muslim wonen wanted a beauty brand that empowered the - the opposite of brands that advertise that a women is inadequate unless she attracts men. fortunately there are many text books (eg read Ernest Dichter) by 1982 western ad agencies mainly played on fear or loneliness of people who did not pay for the most expensive brands.
EconomistPOOR.com : Dad was born in the USSR in 1923 - his dad served in British Embassies. Dad's curiosity enjoyed the opposite of a standard examined education. From 11+ Norman observed results of domination of humans by mad white men - Stalin from being in British Embassy in Moscow to 1936; Hitler in Embassy of last Adriatic port used by Jews to escape Hitler. Then dad spent his last days as a teen in allied bomber command navigating airplanes stationed at modernday Myanmar. Surviving thanks to the Americas dad was in Keynes last class where he was taught that only a handful of system designers control what futures are possible. EconomistScotland.com AbedMooc.com
To help mediate such, question every world event with optimistic rationalism, my father's 2000 articles at The Economist interpret all sorts of future spins. After his 15th year he was permitted one signed survey a year. In the mid 1950s he had met John Von Neumann whom he become biographer to , and was the only journalist at Messina's's birth of EU. While dad's surveys can be catalogued/ "curricula-sorted" in different ways- we look at his future of places surveys especially Asia Rising starting with Japan 1962, and his entrepreneurial revolution surveys- would 40 year future stories compound sustainability or extinction? If you only have time for one download this one page tour of COLLABorations composed by Fazle Abed and networked by billion poorest village women offers clues to sustainability from the ground up like no white ruler has ever felt or morally audited.
The Economist had been founded in 1843 by London Scot James Wilson. Could Queen Victoria please chnage empire fro slavemaking to commonwealth? Some say Victoria liked the challenge James set her, others that she gave him a poison pill assignment. Thus James arrived in Calcutta 1860 with the Queens permission to charter a bank by and for Indian people. Within 9 months he died of diarrhea. 75 years later Calcutta was where the Young Fazle Abed grew up - his family accounted for some of the biggest traders. Only to be partitioned back at age 11 to his family's home region in the far north east of what had been British Raj India but was now to be ruled by Pakistan for 25 years. Ag
Out of The Economist, since 1972 , Macrae's viewpoint youthful Entrepreneurial Revolution argues that the net generation can make tremendous human progress if and only if educators, economists and all who make the biggest resource integrate youth job creating into the way their worldwide purpose and impact is valued -email@example.com join in ... ER postbag