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Death of Social
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Pro-youth economics starts by mapping economics of communities
To save the world, know that USA has never had a great economist
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Europe Economics good news update jan 2012
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Europe's Regeneration - Map of Social Impact Bond Franchises Sought and Found
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End Rule By Ratings Agency Before It Ends Your Nation
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When Economists Rule the World - Keynes Bookclub 1
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the banks that invested in infant nutrition
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Diary of youth's job-creating meetings amd summits - - forums for partners in youth's millennium goals

 SEARCH FOR PRO-YOUTH MINDSETS

Youth's World Banker Jim Kim:

#2030NOW goals of end poverty and massive youth job creation

Value chain needs to be transparent bottom-up and open analysis tool 

Poor's banker and youth's open technolgy dream-reality leader Muhammad Yunus:

 Muhammad Yunus:

Take students out into communities to solve local social crises

Microfranchise : Test small, openly replicate big across analogous  communities in crisis

 Open Education's greatest tour to date:

late may

early june TB Seattle: Microsoft, Amazon

late june

 early july 

2014's Biggest Gamechanger?  WOMEN4EMPOWERMENT & Nanocredit:

Internets most magical value multipliers: apps for women empowerment; right now first women leaders can fashion, energise, invest in and mobile-app this and find superstars for bottom-up ambassadorship

also how amazing is this? Check this out Better World Wireless ..... why not get the added benefit of using your mobile phone to improve the world? CHECK OUT OUR NEW LIVE BETA SITE at www.betterworldwireless.com. SHARE the news & join our mobile mission for good! 

ERWORLD  Dedication and Definition

 To a worldwide celebration in which part 1 of Keynes job description of economists is completed by 2025- underemployment and systemised poverty traps have been ended.

 Help Search for Curriculum Valuing the 4 quarters of Entrepreneurial Revolution.

 Muhammad Yunus' bon mots "the entrepreneur is she who makes more jobs than she takes" express a whole truth this book (and online netizens) invite you to search for. The e-word was coined in France around 1800 to search for a society in which the planet's productive assets were designed to empower the intergenerational possibilities that 99% of people wished for not the 1%.

 AFORE YE GO

Cross-culturally Go micro (bottom-up) my daughter, Go Eastern ( the courage of being open)  in mindset by son. Mimic nature's evolutionary designs around the wholeplanet.

 Norman Macrae (UG) Remembrances - 0 1 (archives of The Economist)

- Entrepreneurial Revolution's Foundation for Youth Capitalism and Open Education

 1 Glasgow University 4 July 2010 with Muhammad Yunus 1

2 The Economist Boardroom 1 2

3 With South Africa's Founder of Youth's Missing curricula of entrepreneurship and empowerment 1

4 With Japan Ambassador and Civil Society in Bangladesh 1

5 With Glasgow University Adam Smith scholars part 2 1 

and RSVP chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

Failing to mediate what 99% of women want to live

 -special thanks to our co-directors at Women4Empowerment and San Diego's EliminatePovertyTEAM for guiding us to womens biggest freedom-makers

World leading women meet to change value chains of WE1 fashion and ...

WE2 Mobile Telecoms Naila Chowdhury writes:  Julian Kyula is an amazing person, A mentor , professional associate of mine and W4E. Through his work , I believe in his vision, I feel his deep personal commitment and connection to improving lives for people who are too often ignored. I have also got a true sense of his intellectual commitment and compassion to changing the systems that lead to poverty, so that his work has a permanent impact on a sustainable tomorrow.  references JK is founder of nanocredit- hundreds of millions of poorest womens' favorite invention and the IBM Entrepreneur of year award


WE3 jewelry - Tazilla Rab at Vogue Custom Jewelry invoted connectors of changing value chain of jewelry
WE4 StarPower - Monica Yunus of Sing for Hope invites you to change value chains of Stars from Power over to Empower

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WO 5 4 3 2 1 -which 5 videos should all young women from ag 10 up be free to see first? rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk - current league table of good news on how women save the world

WO5 African world's number 1  family banking system trains JP Morgan

WO4.1 Mothers of Microcredit series (coming soon Obam Mama - premeir Seatlle May 2014 - how anne durham was one of the top  founders of asian and womens world banking

W03 New York's high society women and fashion editorsrebel agaisnt valkue chain of fashion sector  . and 

The Broadband Commission Event, ITU, International Telecommunication Union in Dublin Ireland in Shelbourne Hotel(23 photos)

 


WE5 Value Chain Healthcare-celebrating the idea of the nearly free nursing college is both the biggest womens jobs creator and the most pivotal way forward to affordable accessible healthcare that we have searched to date. Connectors of this idea include:

Grameen Nursing College

Khan Academy Healthcare P2P trainers competition

Paul Farmers open source teaching university in Haiti

 http://www.lamaestra.org/   Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity

Additional contributors: HC1  HC2

Arkansas Telemedicine benchmarking

you tell us chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

 The 2014 Oxford Power Shift Forum for Women in the World Economy will investigate the relationship between women and the world of finance.


Awesome event. For more than 2,000 years, women have been excluded from the system 

Help students vote for Entrepreneurial Revolution's 10 most surpring questions of 2015 

How do we celebrate linking in a sister cities world stage with 10 times more value to youth than the Olympics? 

 How did Bangladesh, Kenya and South Africa becomes 3 of the greatest partnership labs of Entrepreneurial Revolution

How did Borlaug, Nippon I in Tapan, Bangladesh and Ethiopia contribute the most transparent value chains of crops and food security? 

What contributions to freedom and happiness could be empowered if the 3 halves of the world -women, youth, poorest - with less than 10% current decison-making power of the future

How did orphans inspire the creation of the most practical financial literacy curriculum and youth world's favorite banking system?

How can the dollar be ended as international reservecurrency before US youth become the biggest lost generation of them all?

 

Can the Sister cities of Budapest and Warsaw save the value of the European Union for all of its youth?


Can the Pope's curriculum of public servants job number 1 must be ending inequality become the favorite subject at Khan Academy? If so which partbers does Khan need now? 

 

you can vote for existing questions or propose new ones  -in the latter case we will need to confirm a public link to you. Many thanks chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk - setward of The Economist's curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution, youth capitalism, open education and end poverty 

Book of World Record Job Creators

Urgent question from Bottom Billion: Can you help identify the greatest Bottom-Up and youth professionals networks ever mobilised -sample of top 10 links


9Sir Fazle Abed - BEST VILLAGE ENGINEER EVER -nobody in The Economist's (first 43 years of searching) both's engineers and audits the 3E's of microfranchsing with such relentless love (empowring self-confidence of all involved) as sir fazle abed and the world's largest and most collaborative grassroots networks BRAC. BU Inventions include - para-health, legal adviser, literacy and jobs educator for every village ...


4 Jim Kim 1  2 Healthy Cheerleader of net generation's social movements and value chain transformations (Farmer ... ) Cool Koreans Free UN's valuation of youth


W4E/F4D - videos 1  2  3 

 

Chris MacraeJoin The Linkedin Diaries of Job Creating Net Generation

Concepts for redesigning 4 value chains of obama yes we can generation - 1 education

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MOOCyunus YouthCapitalism.com -linkin next billion job creating entrepreneurs of net generation

Probably the most exciting moment for American youth this century was around the time obama made this inauguration speech. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GzEajBQ9gmQ 
This was not about partisan politics- it was about futurizing http://normanmac 
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Puddle lets friends pool money together, to save with and invest in each other. Anyone can borrow money from the puddle, and everyone benefits as it's paid back. Learn how your money can support you and your friends.

Failing to Failing to mediate what 99% of youth want to live 

help search links to who's changing value chains of 4 of most critical of market purposes to Youth YE1 education YE2 energy YE3 health YE4 exponentially sustaining  banking professions 

In November 2015 Atlanta will twin with cities and youth around the world who want to make job creating expose more valuable to co-host than The Olympics? Can you help plan connections round 1) 4000 student, mentor and investor auditorium? please help us colect a library of national future debates led by pro-youth champions -eg 1 

 Youth Capitalism Movement in Memory of The Economist's Norman Macrae

 

AFRICA YOUTH SAVE THE WORLD

http://jamiiborabank.co.ke/  http://maharishiinstitute.org/the-institute/meet-our-directors/ 

 

Two of the most productive youth networks for the 21st C started out of africa in 1999- around kenya's jamii bora and Joburg's free university movement "Maharishi"

 

Africa's 2 greatest youth Impossible-Possible movements (unless you have an alternative nomination -rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

.Many people thought it would be impossible to transfer the hi-trust bangladeshi vilage women banking model to youth in urban slums. In 1999 Ingrod Munro started the impossible-possible idea now mapped as best for youth world banking. What if by starting with orphans and "gangster youth" she could appeal to the gansgters with mothers as the lucky ones- how about if they rebuilt kenya in honor of their mothers instead of spreading fear across communities. Hence Jamii Bora- the first bank in africa to be transacted on mobiles; the simpe offer : show us you can earn something and we will keep on doubling your loan as much as you choose; and if you can reform a whole gang we'll make you a member of the banking staff...

 

Ten years later Ingrid Munro was asked to New York to help train JP Morgan in hi-trust banking and african youth can save the world

summary of maharishi uni.doc summary of maharishi uni.doc.. The Maharishi tour of USA 21 may to 7 july Re: Congrats: Featured on Forbes

-can you help greet Maharishi in : New York? Seattle? Your Twin Youth Capital of Job Creating Olympics?

ideas welcomed chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk washington dc 301 881 1655 Norman Macrae Foundation - Youth Capitalism and Open Educatio

Do you know anyone who is forming a microbank to invest in youth and leaders and twin capitals so that job co-creation is celebrated as the defining social and economic movement of the net generation?  Mail chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk to join practitioners of youthworldbanking (puddle 240 who's co-puddler who 4 flannery, 2 rodriguez) 2030nowjimkim2transcripts.doc  2030nowjimkim2transcripts.doc, 40 KB

 Failing to mediate what most men want to live 

 

 2015 is the end of the first wave of millennium goals- the leadingforum for net generation to define their post 2015 goals is run by ...     Atlanta Nov 2015 is inviting every city's job-creating youth, mentots and investors to benchmark how to twin future capitals in valuing job creation expos as more valuable to celebrate interacting round than any 20th C olympics or sporting world cup.

Published by The Economist Intelligence Unit in early 1990s, DoNow chartering is the most transparent network of practices yet found for any social movement designed to intend around a collaboration purpose capable of advancing the human lot -it involves clarifying how every component of a global-local market value chain needs simultaneous change for all concerned to win-win

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2018 is the 175th anniversary of The Economist being founded to end poverty and capital abuse of youth; 2025 is the deadline set by the Economist's pro-youth economist who founded the curriculum Entrepreneurial Revolution 1972 to debate how to co-create the next 3 billion jobs of the net generation; his 1984 book was the first to call for rehearsing millennium goals; he estimated that what global village systems were designed around the whole planet's peoples would be irreversible defining the futures of our children by 2025

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happy 2014 - help needed with twinning youth's future capital diaries of billion jobs collaboration
 

We (elders and youth of the net generation) could now be valuing a wholly different planet

 if top 11 who's Free Education who knew how to collaborate with each other

-thanks Norman Macrae Foundation - Youth Capitalism and Open Education Planet

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 After 40 years of work at The Economist, Norman Macrae's first project was to set up World Class Brands for media experts who believed it could be possible to empower youth with smart educational media instead of powering over citizens with PR and tv ads imaging over reality - so what would Norman celebrate asyouth's most joyful and collaborative brand movement of 2014-2017?

 help with planet mooc 2013 review of year

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khan academy - what curriculum will youth value most 

About Curriculum of Global Grameen (Bangla for Village):

Keynes Final Essay in Persuasion  " Ending Poverty is core job of economics"; Schumacher Ending Poverty is a "global village" crisis of empowering network solutions through millions of villages; 1975 Macrae of The Economist starts up the massive collaboration curriculum Pacific Century  : to map why 7 billion beings' whole planet needs  (to celebrate raising 2 billion as yet underproductive people's but potentially rapidly developing livelihoods) - by 1984 human's greatest  opportunity is to co-create open education BUT man's compound risk is announced as "discrepancies in incomes and expectations of rich and poor nations . For the sake of youth economics as well as peace it recommended the world's biggest public broadcasters join early internet designers in ending this risk by searching for over 30000 microfranchises sustaining 3 billion community regenerating jobs; Macrae's last update of this curriculum 2008 Consider Bangladesh- download brochure used by The Economist at his remembrance parties.

Who's Free Edu Who

The world's 2 most collaborative microfranchising networks were founded out of Bangladesh in 1972 as BRAC, and 1976 as The Grameen Project led by Muhammad Yunus. 1978 Soros starts to innovate MIcroentrepreneurialBillanthropy in Cape Town and by 1996 he offers Dr Yunus and MIT technologists a social business loan so that 100000 village labs can test mobile connectivity; in 2008 he founds www.ineteconomics.org  to rethink economics from the ground up

Curriculum of 21st C Peacemaking

[1webs include blecher http://maharishiinstitute.org/  ; chowdhury www.women4empowerment.org  ; foerster at www.newworld.ac   ; javalquinto http://economiaynegociossociales.blogspot.com/2013/12/first-school-... 

http://maharishiinstitute.org/ , CIDA since 1999 Taddy Blecher in Johannesburg has show that educators can create millions of jobs with youth - how can we help him with his work and how's this connect with your work;macrae family has argued since 1972 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

 

part of summary after action briefing -chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

1:52:21 AM] chrismacraedc: thanks for inspiring us at yesterday's group skype
[11:52:51 AM] chrismacraedc: I am sending this by skype and email- may I check out an idea to see if its workable
[11:53:41 AM] chrismacraedc: taddy -would it be possible to summarise in about 10 lines some of the things you now know hopw to do so that I could put them in front of the young organisers of the world bank youth summit
[11:54:44 AM] chrismacraedc: i have a particular context : I want them to brainstorm a top 5 youth networking agendas that ll youth summits could connect between now and cape town 2014 and atlanta 2015, and I am hoping that they will say that one of the top 5 is a map of ehere education is creating jobs
[11:55:39 AM] chrismacraedc: the next world bank youth summit is not long a way- its probably july and will be in new york- they will be partnering the UN envoy of youth whom Nsaila has connections with
[11:56:27 AM] chrismacraedc: I have been told by the young organisers in the world bank that jim kim believes in youth movements and has told them that this is their summit format to connect what eldrs in world bank cant
[11:57:24 AM] chrismacraedc: so its quite an unique opening, and what I want to do is start the brainstorming of the top 5 maps youth need in Dc this january while we can also invite stident groups to discuss this
[11:58:25 AM] chrismacraedc: youth has not been involved actionably in aid or social entrepreneurship at all in washington dc for complex reasons to do with this being the epicentre of fund raising and lobbying not searching for knowhow youth need to collaborate around
[12:00:11 PM] chrismacraedc: by the way naila was moderator of the panel of world bank awarding youth technology prize and i believe a nigerian applying technolgy to education won the prize; naila has also told me that nigeria is one of the countries where the first ladies of the world know who their most trusted connection is

 

additional afternotes: 

taddy today you mentioned Rockefeller is big in scaling education in many of the ways you are pioneering in 6 locations
I am not sure if there asia program is connected the same way but shafqat is a long trusted friend in Dhaka and I believe his youth tech networks are building ilab dhaka around specifications partly or mainly from Rockefeller
the one million jobs plan including 6 job creating universities and 14 million k to 12 entrepreneur curriculum of blecher is discussed here; restructuring partners of s.africa's SME and apprenticeship channels include google who has so far delivered 65000 free customised sme business webs; branson has incubated his entrepreneur curriculum in s.africa and this has now been extended to jamaica (rave review from open tech panelist at world bank youth summit) and is coming soon to UK

CAN YOU HELP OPEN SOURCE THE FUTURE'S HISTORY?

Linkin search of hi-trust economists who : progress the next generation's jobs/livelihoods by mediating the future of humanity's most collaborative (win-win) goals -this has been the purpose The Economist chartered since 1843-

 

wholeplanet.tv concludes the greatest good fortune of the 2010s would rise if youth summits were designed to linkin twin capitals of billion job creation freed by the greatest open education entreprenurs and to joy of youth celebrating community's greatest heroes 

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Out of The Economist since 1972 Macrae's viewpoint 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 -chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk join in ...


help cnn help youth find the most valuable job creating heroes

help Atlanta (from CC to Nobel ) and New York net-generate 21st C sing for harmony and hope

help ineteconomics help educators find most trusted job creating economists
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1984 : over the next 40 years, the first net generation 7 billion livelihoods will depend on order of magnitude more economic sectors

which trillion dollar audits will prove most critical - eg education, professions, mass media, open access digital, health, energy, food and water, regional brands and public servant?

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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

 

1992-2017

 

  • Soros
  • Bangladesh 2.1
  • Berners Lee
  • China 2.1
  • Blecher open edu partners in South Africa 2.1

 

1968-1992

 

  • 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

 

1943-1968

 

  • Von Neumann (& legacy eg Moon Race)
  • Keynes alumn eg schumacher, boulding and Marshall Plan
  • Japan 1.0
  • European Visions but not sustainable as realities due to non-economic gov rules: EU, NHS, BBC world service

 

1918-1943

 

  • Keynes
  • Gandhi with support of Einstein and Montessori
  • US Prime Time industrial age before tv ads (spiralled as our race's east economic media)

 

1893-1918

 

  • Gandhi 1.0
  • Coming of US , bankruptcy of UKas reserve currency

 

1868-1893

Bagehot - from empire to commonwealth

1843-1868

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 

HAPPY 2014

 help use googledocs like wikis to map: youth jobs summitsopen education ... wikis preparing atlanta's greatest ever youth expo 2015 include CNN heroes of year; 21st C version of i'd like to teach the world to sing in perfect harmony

Discussion How would you advise leaders of Young Nations?

You may find some ideas on this draft proposal for a forthcoming book celebrating what Norman Macrae enjoyed bringing to leaders attentions on empowering youth...

related discussion: 40 years of notes from archives of entrepreneurial revolution 1-7 at the economist

 

10 educators to collaborate around if 2010s is to find every youth's life potential 

Can BBC2.1 end the anti-youth monopoly of BBC (wonder ER4)

BBC2.1 -which do the peoples of Brazil, Britain and China value more - celebrating Olympics or Celebrating Nurses  

 

 

Foundation Norman Macrae- The Economist's Pro-Youth Economist

5801 Nicholson Lane Suite 404 Rockville MD 20852   tel 301 881 1655 chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

Youth-led Project webs wholeplanet.tv

microeducationsummit.com NormanMacrae.ning.com

2013 = 170th Year of The Economist being Founded to End Hunger

2010s = Worldwide Youth's most productive and collaborative decade

 

 How to Advise Hi-Trust Leaders on Growing Young Nations

-Celebrating Open Society Curricula of The Economist's Entrepreneurial Revolutionary Norman Macrae

 

This book offers both actionable future maps to play with and a historical cross-cultural review of how to Mediate for humanity with Norman Macrae's 7 Entrepreneurial Revolution Wonders.

 

WHO WILL ENJOY THIS

As well as hi-trust leaders of Open Society, this book is written especially for any teacher, parent or other person who may wish to link in with pro-youth ways of valuing how generations of people spend their time and open mapping of how biggest resource decisions are allocated and implemented to sustain rising exponentials out of every community where children are born

 

2013: In the 170th year since The Economist was founded, my bias notwithstanding as his son, most people who know the curriculum of The Economist would vote Norman Macrae as one of its top 5 pro-youth economists. Personally, my votes for  the other top 5 pro-youth economists would be

  1. Scottish      Founder James Wilson, an alumn of Scot Adam Smith and Frenchman JB Say
  2. His      son-in law Walter Bagehot who helped Queen Victoria      mediate change in The English constitution from slave-making empire to      epicentre of commonwealth,
  3. editor      through world war 2 and its immediate reconciliations Geoffrey Crowther.
  4. That      leaves a space which you can vote for or attribute to the collaborative      culture of The Economist which believed like Keynes and Hayek that an      economist becomes less able to mediate the most extremely valuable changes,      the more he or she is publicly celebrated as a guru
  5. Norman      whose work from 1962 was valued most wherever Japanese, Chinese and Other      Eastern cultures adopted his pro-youth views in ways that North West      Empires were invited to openly learn from. We will see that his was partly      due to the irony that in spite of being the only economist at the Messina      meeting founding the EU, the West's tv age's 2 anti-youth monopolies were      not a medium Norman could find      a way to innovate beyond conventional wisdom

 

Norman Macrae Eulogy, Youtube entrepreneurialrevolution.avi The Economist Boardroom November   2010

"This pattern was set by Norman:   total generosity, humor -who will ever forget Norman's   manic sense of the ridiculous including about himself.

 His extraordinary mind combination was theoretical rigour with   complete openness to revolutionary change so that he could swing through life   pinpointing the sclerosis of government or trade union or oil company   behaviour in one era to the revolution of Bangladeshi Microfranchising in   another.  Norman's   abiding enemy was conventional wisdom - that's how to learn (Entrepreneurship) 

 It was back in 1972 that Norman Macrae, first became as obscenely interested in how students experimented with early digital networks, as his hero Johnny Von Neumann had become in computing. Both became obsessed with games or theories that freed people from zero-sum backward-looking professional mindsets

Norman founded the genre of Entrepreneurial Revolution in time for readers of The Economist to debate pro-youth consequences from the start of the 21st century of

  1. Locally      webbing globally and borderless
  2. Death      of cost of distance thanks to telecomputing - the greatest productivity      revolution of all
  3. Celebrating      what human beings can be with million times more collaboration technology
  4. Investing      in first net generation as worldwide youth's most productive and sustainable      times. Norman started optimistically      listing all sorts of short-term fixes that 20th C macroeconomists had made     and would need resolving if global finance was not to go bankrupt by the      2010s

 

Fortunately to help youth collaborate in better for the world futures,  you don't need to be trained in macroeconomics to make most of the biggest entrepreneurial breakthroughs needed to sustain global village communities. You can use Norman's pro-youth framework of 7 wonders  of Entrepreneurial Revolution. If you, and your interpersonal networks, rehearse questions on how to value pro-youth futures in the way these 7 dimensions of human are designed to interact,  your children's children will be happy and free because economics, societies and nature will be abundantly sustainable.

 

That was  the vision that Norman asked communities of practice linked in by The Economist to keep on questioning and answering. It was how The Economist itself from 1972 moved on from one of several UK weekly papers to a one of a kind global viewspaper.

 

A first curious exercise - which of these 7 windows on pro-youth worlds is most open to play with in the 2010s? If your own expertise enables you to open one of these sources, go for it. Otherwise open education is very definitely there for everyone to get involved with as we hope this book will joyfully involve you.

 

 

ENTREPREURIAL REVOLUTION THINKPAD

2) Open Education

1) Most purposeful organisational networks

4) Collaborative Media, Local Community Mobilisation and   Mediation of (Tele)Communications Revolutions

3) Multi-win economists. professional and public servants

7) Borderless clean energy, food, water

6) Health in every community

5) Grassroots Banking (financial systems) that creates jobs   or sustains peoples most productive flows

   

 Another Curious Note- IF an economist doesn't know this fact , don't let him advise your nation's leaders

The second half of 20th century saw greatest growth in nations that moved average lifetime from low 40's to mid 60's - this meant investing in health services of the young!!

How to multiply this most valuable economic clue now- help celebrate training up the next

.Remembering Norman Macrae

discuss valuation video

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Number 1 in Economics for Youth

 

Humanity's Final Exam - Old Empires VS Youth Empowers

My father Norman Macrae's lifetime work at The Economist was geared to pro-youth economic celebrations of 2010s as worldwide youth's most productive time. How can clean energy projects empower this? Will we network successfully so that the abundant green energy web replaces the petrochemical energy chain that is now drowning us in its so very  20th century addiction to carbon? Fortunately the world's number 1 prize network for grassroots energy http:/'/ashden.org is run by the Sainsbury family who have also been youth's greatest supporters among shareholders of The Economist

Bye Bye JR

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  2. ENERGY RELATED STUDENT COMPETITION TEAMS of Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus -other purposes of youth's 10000 greatest job creators: opentech, education, food, health ...  history's greatest 1
  3. Further references www.grameengreen.com and  http://www.grameenenergy.com/ 

Open Source community franchise- the greatest gamechanger to economics since adam smith started up this intellectual pursuit..........................................................

We define the service franchise as something that a small team of people perfect in one place or space. It becomes open and community-owned if they decide to replicate the franchise in such a way that (nearly) all the value of the service productivity done in the community stays in the community. When the core component of a franchise is replication of digital code across the web , the cost of distribution in knowledge networked economy  almost nothing. This is a very different economical dynamic than distributing physical things around the planet

We suggest that collaboration is the revolutionary new innovation advantage of the net generation.

Open sourcing raises many challenges for the collaboration entrepreneur. Not the least of these is how to maintain quality control so that what the service franchise was trusted for delivering in one community is replicated in its impacts on every community that imports it. We have spent 25 years developing methods to charter franchises -whether these be those which earn the goodwill of the brand that people can multiply the most value with or the next new franchise the world most desperately needs to connect round 

Discussion of compound opportunities and threats of open source franchising..................................................................................

Whilst we could ask the question why should human being be so unselfish to bring degrees of separation down on sharing life critical knowledge, we prefer to debate George Orwell's and Einstein's questions of what will happen if enough of us don't open source knowledge franchises especially in the way we mentor our species younger members from 0 to 2 - what prior millenniums called the markets of primary, secondary and tertiary education

The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant 1984 book on how the net generation could co-create 3 billion new jobs and enjoy many times more productivity and sustainability than youth could ever before imagine. As Keysians, we'd go further. The value of national bonds/currencies today should not be primarily rated by how much debt old generations have got into but how well  investment in net generation productivity is reaching societies. If you think through the revolutionary construct of Gross World Product coined in The Economist in the 1970s you can develop multi-win models across nations something that zero-sum paper currencies of national governments and elderly macroeconomists block abundant economics from linking in. If we fail to move to a bottom-up global village economy, then nature's systems or man's terrifying angst will prove hyperconnectivity to be too risky for the human race to flourish

 

 

 Q&A on: Why The Economist of 1972 started mapping 3 billion new jobs to be co-created by the net generation and to call this wholeplanet leadership invitation : Entrepreneurial Revolution (ER)

what's ER's biggest lesson for future of media? America's National Public Radio has a superb series on the economics freedoms that prizes liberate for entrepreneurial revolutionaries
http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=129934808

http://www.wbur.org/npr/164704166/op-ed-we-need-an-x-prize-for-nearly-everything


http://www.xprize.org/

This reminds me of the 1984 book my father assembled from first 10 years of debating productivity of net generation at The Economist Valuing Net Generation 


IN BRITAIN, WORK AT WORLD CLASS BRANDS SUGGESTS:  THE FUTURE VALUE OF THE BBC WILL DEPEND ON UNDERSTANDING THIS WORLD SERVICE RESPONSIBILITY ABOVE AND BEYOND ANY OTHER ORGANISATIONAL PROCESS

 

Why 1972? This was the date when father, Norman Macrae,  who edited pro-youth economics at The Economist and I first saw 500 youth sharing knowledge around an early digital network (part of the UK's national development project in computer assisted learning). Not only was it a life-changing moment for both of us but according to the rest of my father's life work- for all 7 billion beings of the net generation. Here was a technology that could openly empower the most productive and sustainable time for worldwide youth    Why did dad spend the rest of his life inviting every hi-trust type of entrepreneur to join in co-creating youth's 3 billion jobs map? Dad was an optimistic rationalist. He knew at times of unprecedented change (as today's post-industrial revolution of peoples becoming more connected than geographically separted) impacts could spin very positively or very badly for humanity. He saw no point spending his time on badwill scenarios.

 How is the 3 billion job map compsoed. Mainly of 3 value multiplyng flows:

  • open technology
  • green energy
  • designing every community to be hospitable for birth of the next child- so that she or he has a fair chance of growing up healthy and smartly interconecting
 .............................................Why did Entreprenurial Revolutionaries value these 3 dimensions as smart for transforming post-industrial revolution  ? The first two (opentech that smartens our ability to serve one another and new energy) are validated by corresponding to times when history has shown a quantum leap in progress of the whole human race. Provided professions innovate multi-win models these sources offer an economics of abundance (eg note knowledge multiplies value in humanb use unlike the industrial revolution's scarcities caused by consuming up things). The third was the most valuable goal father could think of in his 1984 book for  uniting the human race's collaboration. After all, computer power of 2010s is at least a million times greater than when man chose the goal of racing to the moon

Some of The Economist's special vocabulary designed for pro-youth economists of Entrepreneurial Revolution 

PRO-YOUTH SEARCHING THE ECONOMIST -user tip choose one only per browser visit










 

 who gets current awards for linking in top 10000 youth's job creators 

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 1000 is our top award - currently only nutrition networkers appear to be among those empowering 1000+ of youth 10000's greatest job creators -join in our 50 practice blogs tracking this race -chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

My favorite professional mission involves changing brands. Among the 1000 most valuable brands in the world, as my work on world calss brands first argued in 1988 I don't see why any superpower brand that depends most on youth's goodwill should exist in century 21 unless they are spending at least 10 per cent of their marketing and PR budgets oncreating jobs. Note this doesnt mean that such compsnies need to be overpopulated with their own employees- The Economist has alays been a lean company peoplewise - but you can love helping youth creating jobs and making that experience either part of your knowledge networking or part of your service experience and community trust - if you want to discuss this as a brand leader - please email chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk My greatest amateur love is changing education. I for one wont be happy as a parent until education leads the 1000 awards of helping connect 10000 of youth's greatest job creators.  We also suggest that after all the dismal loss of trust that eventually spun o0ver 15 years of making the number 1 millennium goal conference microcreditsummit, that future goals youth most want to co-produce might better be linkedin round microeducationsummit

THE FUTURE'S HISTORY............................................................................................................................................

Young people today have unprecedented  chances to decide on sustainable choices for the future provided they are free to explore one inconvenient truth about the West's 20th century. That is how the purpose of economists and media men was increasingly to own the only (systemic) way to rule the world- and to do so in ways that disinvested in youth's futures.

For sure, several generations of my family are biased in making this recommendation. In 1943, my dad had a lot of time on his hands spending his last days as a teenager navigating RAF planes in world war 2 over modern day Bangladesh. He reread Keynes 1935 General Theory over and over. Its last pages concluded that elderly macroeconomists pose the greatest risk to the next generation precisely because of striving too hard to professionally rule the world with over-standardised mindsets.

As lady good fortune would have it dad survived the war went up to Cambridge to be mentored by Keynes an his new favorite book became The Economsts' 1943 centenary autobiography. This chronicled a hundred-year journey of mediating leadership views around The Economist's 2 founding goals - to end hunger and to entrepreneurially end abuse of youth by the empire's biggest capitalists. What happened next was the West spent more and more in real terms on tv advertising media.

A quarter of a century later it was clear to dad from his desk at The Economist that the accidental purpose of tv media had been to turn public servants into command and controllers, to change youth's valuation of heroes, and to devalue cultures and nature's deepest historical lessons on diversity. All of this is promoted by decision-making powers who are racing towards designing a world ruled by the big get bigger not the economical get more economical. Yera by year after world war 2,the first generations of the tv advertising age became addicted by fear and other  'hidden persuaders" spun round  images whose gap from the reality of communally serving one another became greater and greater. Then in 1972 : dad and I first saw 500 youth sharing knowledge around an early digital network. Here was an opportunity to design new media with the exact opposite purpose that tv media had accidentally distracted the human race from investing in our next generations.. Norman Macrae launched the quest for Entrepreneurial Revolution in The Economist to debate with peoples around the world how to transform the next 40 years back to empowering the net generation in the 2010s to be youth's most productive and sustainable time.. Our search for leaders valuing pro-youth economics continues with ever greater urgency at www.wholeplanet.tv

 
  

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Of 20th Century's main typologies - corporate, government, charity - only the corporate brand leader is actually free to compound investment in a continuous goal. Therefore financial sustainability of a  positive cashflow model is essential to compounding purpose but what is not needed in the social business is extraction of a dividend. Instead all the surplus is reinvested either in making organisation better at its purpose or scaling its service reach or enriching its job creation platform.

 

Those who help finance a social business start-up can take their capital back, and participate in the reputation celebration of delivering a life-changing innovation but do not own the equity. 100% ownership of the social business model is owned (in trust) of those in greatest need of the purposeful goal's achievement

 

Social business empowers those who have not had a voice in concept innovation to linkin with the most contextually grounded ideas. Logically it is the game changing model for youth, parents and others in the community  who want to celebrate job creation as the core purpose of education systems. Refer: to Muhammad Yunus  Social Business Prize competition roles in celebrating youth entrepreneurship and progress of millennium goal networks.

DiscussionWho's capital? Charities and foundations can gain from a sustainable model. Societies looking for a more economical way of delivering social services than top-down government (social privatisation) or inter-government aid. Corporations looking for a more purposeful way to mediate trust in brand leadership than tv ads and lobbyist PR. Communities' savings structured sustainably around Youth investment banking, job-creating education and healthcare, and pro-youtheconomists. Innovation and Conflict Resolution Opportunities? To date the greatest applications of SB100 modeling have emerged from those who intuitively or explicitly wished to change transparency of value chains. This means that SB modelers must anticipate conflict resolution from those who have historically profited from blocking transparency of a free market's purpose. This is one reason why it may take many years of implementation but once communal victory is demonstrated the impact trajectory social business often accelerates along a rising exponential - moore's law progress towards social networking's most vital goals! Microentrepreneurs can mobilise Social Business concept development as most economical when a team can trial and error test small. before replicating success big 

Threats? A social business's financing can prove anorexic -either in situations like technology where serial investment may be needed or because speculators or others who the social business appeared to remove from controlling value chain strike back at times of leadership succession or other relative weakness of the social business

     

Social Business 51+% model balance's pursuit of purpose with entrepreneur's control over her life-work

 

SB51+ system design

 

The only system design difference between the classical (Yunus) 100% Social Business and SB51+ concerns how much (of the majority of the) equity is placed (in trust) of those in greatest need of the purpose.

 

The change is huge constitutionally because once you design a system where some of the equity is privately owned it may no longer be possible to ask for social funds be this from charities or in substituting how government spends its tax revenues, and the volunteer components of production may be diminished

Discussion

If you consider the knowledge co-working dynamics of the post-industrial revolution it was argued by Von Neumann, Drucker, The Economist and others that the revolution in abundant economics would depend more on start-ups being human capital hungry than monetarily so.

 

Googles of this world were born out of socially networked dorms not capital-intensive structures of massive factories.

Would google's founders have maintained more control of their life's work if they had invested 51% in trust of the greatest purpose of search?- in effect that's giving a way one potential "doubling" of equity to be grounded in the core purpose of their brand leadership vision. Conversely when Muhammad Yunus' role changed from being banker for the poor to integrating technology for the poor, would his life's work have enjoyed more security if George Soros had asked that his free loan to startup Grameenphone be used to develop a SB51 around Muhammad Yunus' investment acumen?

 
Value Chain Mapping As a mathematician I love maps. While a map may purport to take you round the world, its only as useful as its most recent bottom-up updating. Moreover while deep computational analysis may be involved in mapmaking, its only as massively valuable as its usability by everyone it connects. I have spent over 30 years testing organisation's' promises and chartering associates and I have find that absent of mapping the bigger an organisation's promise gets, the less likely it is to keep it.. When it comes to systems designed to achieve millennium goal promises, I have found that I have to go to places like Bangladesh to find best cases of  such bottom-up mapping. That is until the start of 2012, when USAID hosted a 500 person conference at the newseum in Washington DC on value chain mapping. History may show that the biggest achievement of Obama's first administration was to get USAID to start demanding to see such bottom-up maps. The test will be feedthefuture.gov - the first program to be designed since the transparency if this microeconomic knowledge networking culture has taken root.Discussion What does a value chain map do? It seeks to map all the linkages between productive and demanding agents of a market sector - integrating every locality into any global perspective it offers Map Test 1 If you can't see how the poor are either permitted to contribute to production or be served by what they most need from the market, then the map hasn't been produced in enough detail. Or if you cant see how to enter on to the map from your local viewpoint, then again the map isn't ready for use. Map Test 2: markets are composed around productive and demanding tensions which need to be conflict resolved  ahead  of time so that no one side starts extracting from everyone else every quarter. If a value chain map you are looking at fails to facilitate conflict resolution dialogues, its not ready for use. Test 3 - If you are interested in  innovations in ending poverty -or any related millennium goal - then the big lesson I gained from visiting Bangladesh is that you will need to design a ay of changing a value chain to give those with the least more opportunity. What's most fascinating of all is that since 1996 when Bangladesh became the first to introduce mobile phones as a pervasive tool for the poorest women villagers, dozens of gamechanging mobile apps have been designed in ways that free up the poorest from value chains. In some cases, eg cashless banking, the future integrity of the whole market is being redesigned.
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Pro-Youth Economics of 10 Nutrition (NU)

While US YunusSB inspired student social action networks of nutrition are less than 15 months old , they have already identified a sustainable pop-up van model franchise capable of serving any us capital city with food deserts (areas with no affordable fresh food distribution) and energetic youth. Case links include oregongeorgia ..

Youth-led , community-grounded. economics is urgently re-examining such impacts from nutrition system design as these:

NU6 A nation cannot sustain urban-industrial revolution unless sufficient banking systems are concerned with capitalising local investment in both urban and rural youth nutrition (The Economist launch 1843, Grameen and BRAC 1970s updated The Economist 3 November 2012)

NU5 A fast growing nation like china is now ready to trade many trillions of dollars with open nutrition knowledge networks. However see NU1 for future's sustainable nutrition maps.

NU4 Conversely anywhere with high obesity rates offers a great job creation opportunity for local slow food networking franchises the more deeply cross-culturally and family celebrated the better. USsecondary schools are missing major curricula in this regard as eg Jamie Oliver has revealed in broadcast programs as well as world youth summits.

NU3 Intriguingly supermarkets who see their deepest communal purpose as nutritional are becoming guardians of the true community-grounded microcredit models - see wholefoods, wholeplanet foundation and Tesco's initiative in starting up grameen europeout of scotland (celebrated last week with Yunus being appointed chancellor a Glasgow University- Glasgow being the only city in Europe that publishes not just one but 2 academic journals of social business- transparency note : one is mainly funded by my father's foundation as a result of dr yunus 70th birthday wishes weekend in glasgow 4 july 2010)

NU2 The security of nation's peoples-food-energy and machine-energy are interrelated. Throughout the first 2 millennia innovations in machine energy were the number 1 explainer of widespread advances of the human lot. Investing in green energy now is a win-win-win across all nations who do; conversely those nations that don't will find their currencies exponentially collapse for propagating such unsustainable and peace-destroying politics.

NU1 My father's 1984 book mapped 3 billion new jobs for the net generation to be 10 times more productive than previous generations but before accelerating hpercollaborative/borderless world of web technologies it was hypothesised that investment in replacing petrochemical value chains by photosynthesis ones was absolutely critical to exponential sustainability of future generations. Photosynthesis systems have an added local advantage in cleaning up nuclear messes.

NU0 Of course, economics of nutrition isnt separable from economics of healthcare. Adam Smith scholars out of Glasgow suggest that the simplest gamechanger of economics of healthcare begins and ends with exploring yunus free nursing college networks and their global village moblisation of open source medical. It is to be hoped that this idea was forever bonded by Opening of London Olympics. Rio next. Related Yunus Superstar-Change Media project leaders: Monica Yunus, Oregon Student SB Champion project 2012.

My point in celebrating these youth networking findings is that my family does not have resources or time to argue them with elderly academics and vested interests in siloisation. So Norman Macrae Family Foundation prefers to sponsor youth competition networks that just do them. Fortunately the current issue of The Economist has collated the wisest 4 page analysis of what those who rushed to go global with banking could have learnt from the village agricultural and tech learning networks of bangaldesh bilage banking

Pro Youth Economics of 9 Education ED

In one sense all yunus social business competitionentries connect to change education . We believe the fewest jobs of the future will be earned by passing degree examinations and waiting for job offers from companies- see paper on future of universities for why job creating educational systems will celebrate youth designing start ups while members of educational networks. However some of yunus student competitions specifically identify social businesses that involve helping secondary schools develop new practice curricula and apprenticeships

further discussions on changing economics of education 1 

Coming soon : Banks and currencies

What if the core foundations of currencies and banking were designed to sustain peoples working lifetimes optimally? This genre of pro-youth economics was started up by Norman Macrae in The Economist with the term Gross World Product -something whise future impacts Norman saw as very different from adding up Gross Domestic Products of Industrial National Economies. At minimum keynes alumni argued that currencies would need to sustain win-win-win interactions of communities mapped across 2 million global villages - both in real and virtual productivity senses that the net generation needs hi-trust models to be the first to blend socially and economically. References : Norman rereviewed the first 100 Hobarts concluding currencies were the number 1 error that 20th century economists wished to re-design. A current debate is being staged round the film your money and life.

Collab Technology and schools  Future oeroes and mass mediaBottom-up and borderless professions... Beyond the public library- in pro-youth economies, every child woman and an needs access to mi9croentrepreneur incubator and telecentre     

 
 

help us design youth's most economic network

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5 student competitions- projects communally grounded in goals and apps youth want to spend lifetimes co-producing

4 connected to incubators and other open system resources of capitals that want to celebrate pro-youth economics

3 linked to 100 leaders of net generation can be youth's most productive time

2 connected to The Economists 40 year search for entrepreneurial revolution -multi win business models - linked into million times more collaboration technology and clean energy

1 connected to most purposeful models/maps of futures (of each market sector)

connected to sector gamechangers:

health free nursing college linked into mobile monitors

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banking - cashless

education -free universities, student competitions, other colaboration values of http://thelearningweb.net - given that most knowledge multiplies value in use unlike industrial age things that get consumed up

maps of pro-youth economics, leaders of 2010 s=youth's most productive decade, and search (begun at The Economist in 1984 ) for 30000 solutions to community sustainable world

youth10000 blogs by region and app

nings linking in leading pro-youth economists and greatest community solution heroes

journal of pro-youth economics with special features updating youth competion entries

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overview of how to invest in net generation create 3 billion jobs -year 30 since normman macrae's 1984 report

Expect approximately 1 billion to be called mainly collab tech jobs, 1 billion to be called green energy jobs, 1 billion to be called global village economy jobs (aka social economy or deep community jobs) though the positive interactions between the categories is much more important than their separation

1 billion collab tech jobs- throughout history only new tech and new energy have caused worldwide leap in human lot - economists whose models don't integrate that understanding need to be banished. Note that global markets per se are zero sum games unless you understand how tech can create multi-win models  such as those to enjoy because knowledge primarily multiplies in use unlike scarce commodities that get used up

1 billion green jobs-green technologies are the new quality and the green web will turn out to offer far more abundance than the dirty petrochemical chain -great ideas include

  • branson's carbow war room wash dc
  • prince charles and sainsbury family worldiwde celebrations of bottom-up green
  • anderson's any industry with a legal future can prfoitably make a half-generation map to go zero waste

1 billion global village jobs- defined as a the next child can be born anywhere and have a fair chance of maximising her productive life - this involves portal changes to nutrition, health, education, media and banking for youth all of which need to be mapped in terms of opportunities from million tikes more collab technology; moreover nobel must stop separating economics and peace prizes as ending war is not just the greatest economic goal of the early 21st c but a necessary one before death of distance makes us all hyperconnected (ie those who design global and local systems need valuation maps which have zero tolerance for compounding risks at boundaries- an exact opposite of how big professions ruled a world of 20th silos

END BANKING BUBBLES - DO NOW - regulations of cashless banking will determine which countries grow -note becasue this is an above zero sum game , all can! Foundations must stop tieng up their investments and start investing in social impacts matching what they were fonded for wherever the next generation is intended to carry on the founders sustainable goals

END EDU BUBBLES - DO NOW Free nursing college (paradigm for communities' most exciting apprentice jobs especially and nursing becomes ever more valued as infotech searcher ); Student entrepreneur competitions (now that few students are going to find jobs waiting for them just because they have passed exams); end monopoly of educators certifying which of a nation's youth are most valuable as 90% of next 30 years is going to be about new info not siloised academic curricula

END HEALTH BUBBLES - DO NOW

END WORST MASS MEDIA - as this causes psychological and economic depression- twin youth's greatest heroes  those who have instantly become world famous overnight because of an entertainment competition with those working at the deputy of communities to spread the greatest good- where media and politicians have been found to be in each other's pocket the public must be freed by demolishing such media and raising the freedom of public media -the bbc versus murdoch remains the test world service case :

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WHOLEPLANET.TV Join search for 100 most trusted leaders of 2010s=youth's most productive decade

join our worldwide web survey - what would your linkins to net generation world have missed if grameen hadnt existed

Purpose of Economics- we hold the keynsian view that economics is phoney unless it designs systems that invest in a next generation's productivity out of every community - how else can any place sustain growth? HELP charter other trillion dollar purposes of the 64 trillion dollar global village networking economy

 

Our 30-web survey asks 2 primary questions- what would grameen miss without your place's or practice's support- and what would your place/practice miss without grameen

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There is no simpler model than grameen (as conceived 1976 -year of the Economist's first survey of Entrepreneurial Revolution) for a bank to invest in youth because:

1 that's the future purpose voted for by its 8 million village mothers who owned the bank

2 its social networking structure was built round hubs of 60 women per centre - branch managers served 60 hubs a week sharing knowhow and new youth investment solutions across "3600 villages' of productive women; then in 1996 mobile phones were introduced to the vilages - initially one per 60 women hub - taking knwoledge networking across branches- grameen's 8 million women today integrate over 100000 knowledge hubs each aiming to maximise next generation's growth

3 Grameen's bottom-up economics structure ( see complete archives of bottom-up in The Economist

Bottom-up system design is mathematically essential to hi-trust integration: -the rising exponentials of value exchanges we communally need to perfect for Social Labs (aka Social Economy in 2013 European Union Maps). For another pro-youth economics example, in usa, :100 historically poorest universities collaborate round students with the most trusted permissions to take research of a community's deepest social chalenge - and prototype solutions can be openly networked across all comunities with an analagous crisis; in another example scotland has proposed the free nursing college designed welcoming the most passionate vilage high school graduating girls who want their lifes to serve their vilages health- something that mobile connectivity turns more into a communications job that experts can link into than previously

4 think of 2 opposite valuation audits - the one that is perfect for compounding destruction of more and more communities sustainability and the other that resolves biggest threats to community sustainability. The first is speculator valuation wgere one sie extracts from all others in a busienss model every quarter; the other designs win-win-win models compounding a specifically designe purpose expressed in an exciting goal to co-produce and co-demand. Youth networking disciples of yunus' model of grameen bring trasparency to this clash of models every day in every action

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Yunus- 100/1 leaders of 2010s -youth's most productive generation

FREEMARKET Role - ACTION LEADER of 50 Most Exciting Concepts Youth Have Ever Dreame of Collaboratively Realising

What would world miss without Yunus


Yunus is globally most recognised as number 1 pro-youth economist and innovator of the most purposeful goals peoples can invest in. Yunus has noticed that western economists excluded society's most vital demands from every performance measure they compute- a very serious error given Keynes finding that increasing the world is ruled only by economics (ie nations and so youth's future sustainability doesn't exist separately from what global economics rules)


Historically Yunus' greatest innovations include:


Creating investment banks around 8 million of the world's poorest village mothers

Making their number 1 investment the ending of digital divides with everything that can be mobilised across 100000 village hubs of microentrepreneurs;

It turns out that the best banks for ending poverty are also the best banks for youth job creation everywhere

Helping Bangladesh youth be a leader in mobile technology's most purposeful uses, and sharing Asia's greatest sustainability solutions every community needs to freely replicate

What youth collaboration challenges is Yunus centre of


After 20 of my own interviews with dr Yunus (and another 20 by people sponsored by NM foundation as we circulated Yunus 2000 bookclub and 10000 dvd club) I have compiled a top 50 challenges that Yunus is looking for particular citizens and youth to originate and then share. He also wants a share in all the value this created to be invested back in his 8 million village mothers next entrepreneurial revolutions


The right hand column shows Norman Macrae foundations next collaboration actions around Yunus top 50 challenges. We compile ideas on what different cities could help Yunus lead at http://yunuscity.ning.com we welcome correspondence if you have ideas on how to help Yunus as one of top 100 leaders connecting net generation as the most productive time for youth to be alive


Please note at least 2 more of NM top 100 are Bangladeshi. However due to hostile politics we don't currently publish their goals.


Also please note more detailed cases are published in Journal of Social Business whose launch with 3000 leaders of Dr Yunus choice we committed to within 3 months of Norman's parting as our family's main commitment at Yunus weekend Scotland 4 July 2010

Norman Macrae Foundation www.yclub100.com next actions

latest mailbag on fall 2012 actions on how to help youth and yunus link together the net generation's 50 most productive projects than can benefit from youthworldbanking.com

Y1 next meet 28 September 2012: Our family in Washington Washington DC is seeing if this capital can stage one of largest student entrepreneur competitions thru 2012-13 - current world leader Tokyo 12000 live youth competition; we also welcome opportunities to connect judge panels of all youth entrepreneur competitions

Y2 Paris September week 2 - we aim to co-host various NM remembrance parties during the number 1 millennium goals summit www.convergences2015.org

4th quarter - we are looking to host remembrance parties with Japan and Chinese leaders of Norman's economic maps of Asia pacific century published in The Economist from 1975 on


Tell us yours next actions rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk


Remembrance parties role of honor

1 boardroom the economist and microgreen's number 1 philanthropic network


2 S.African Mandela partners in virtually free university education coordinated around Taddy Blecher


3 Japan Embassy in Asia celebrating Bangladesh's first 40 years of revolutions in sustainability economics and grassroots networking

Help with shared diaries of yunus collaborations at http://yunuscity.ning.com and http://leadersandyunus.ning.com

link-billion green (eg solar biogas zero waste designs ) jobs www.grameengreen,com ; billion colaboration tech jobs www.egrameen.com ; billion community jobs (eg health education peace job-creating banks) www.globalgrameen.com - with norman macrae's (The Economist's) 1984 3 billion job compass for celebrating net generation productivity and millennium goal demands pictured below

sharing Yunus' 13 greatest gifts to peoples and planet -discuss

13 made charity sustainable, and aid bottom-up and wholly collaborative

12 demonstrated greatest sustainable investment club owned by world's poorest mothers -and economics lesson 101: no place or nation can grow unless capital taken from family's savings is invested in next generations productivity


11 clarified best privatization model promising the return to affordable (e)government and brilliant public service and borderless infrastructures


10 put youth at centre of exploring how net generation can be 10 times more produtive

by giving the entrepreneurial purpose of education back to youth


9 changed the valuation of media (and heroines) back to discovering and championing solutions to most life critical of needs


8 cracked entrepreneurial revolution challenge (The Economist 1976)- how each global market sector can be feed to value its greatest multi-win purpose by partners in transparent mapmaking


7 showed business and society models for scaling most exciting service franchises as community-owned and open sourced'


6 inspired the greatest experiments ever envisioned with mobile tech and grassroots networks of innovation hubs


5 made the peoples active participation in millennium goal possibilities joyfully cross-cultural and accessible worldwide (ie both local and global staged). This includes the 170 year-long goal of economic journalism: end youth being born into hunger/poverty.


4 empowered human beings to breakthrough all the crises of compound risk and opportunity that von neumann had foreseen as our generation's responsibility for all future generations


3 restored the hippocratic oaths of economists and rule-making professional monopolies whom keynes, einstein, gandhi and montessori had foreseen as the greatest system8ic risk to the sustainability of our children's children everywhere


2 inspired 360 degree viewpoints on how uniting round girl power always offers peaceful escape routes even to the most fearsome hotspots that big brotherdom conflicts


1 helped youth and leaders collaborate in making the next 3 billion jobs -see www.yunus10000.com

please contribute to the atlas! http://yunuscity.ning.com chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk wash dc 1 301 881 1655

24 sept -8 october - hottest ever fortnight of development economics and social innovation debates includes these sidebar issues during muhammad yunus week-long jobs competitions tour of usa http://jobscompetitions.ning.com  

how do we stage a once in a generation gathering "microtechnologysummit" around yunus as surely that's what his greatest unfulfilled wish- an open technology special issue of journal of social business is also an absolute priority

the bankabillion connundrum - regulators from over 100 countries see this as the endgame of microcredit (ie whether productivity friendly banking wins out of debt-led banking and currency) but as yet few leaders of microcredit world are really designing this- I believe i know who comprises the one team that are

the scottish youth enterprise puzzle- why is it that the scottish philanthropist who first funded bill clinton global initiative is too modest to demand that clinton shares some of his social youth futures projects with scottish youth - hope to find out in a meeting in glasgow next month

the soros puzzle- why is west disinvesting in youth because of faulty macroeconomic ideology just when technology could have made worldwide youth an order of magnitude more productive 

phone wash dc 301 881 1655 if you might want to co-host a norman macrae ER 40th year remembrance party with leaders on any of above issues or those concerning 1000 leaders of youth's most productive decade at http://wholeplanet.tv

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End this depression now- alas poor krugman - but thanks for coefficient 1.3

 

If economics is a science, not a terrifyingly corrupting game, then economists like other mathematicians should clarify a handful of most valued principles that their system designs integrate transparently. They would then list other principles which they may want economics to link but need to be reviewed for compatibility

These are the principles which my father's lifetime work at The Economist commended that all entrepreneurial revolutionaries value

 

1) no place can grow unless it structures capital (ie families savings) to invest in next generation's productivity out of that place - the long story on this is told in London Capital Market written in the 1950s which was actually an optimal time to understand both how London had financed successful parts of the industrial revolution around the world but was also losing its competences to serve the uk

 

2) only new sources of energy and technology have ever caused widespread progress of the human lot- note in particular world trade is in itself just a zero sum game

 

if you design economics around these principles you can then ask questions like this

 

who to trust to print currencies and who not to?

 

is international trade a good thning and to what extent should national debt be a concern?

 

why is it that the union of europeans  have suffered years and years of nightly analysis by people calling themselves economists but who are only capable of putting more and more youth out of work

Top 10 foci in 2012 of the 29th year of Norman Macrae competition - youth investment banking's 3 billion jobs through 30000 microeconomic projects

collaboration tech why - 1984 book (summary) ideal future of net generaion - 10 times more poroductivity in 2010 from million times more colab tech

energy why - http://normanmacrae.ning.com/forum/topics/why-energy-as-top-10-focus-of-youth-investment-banking-30000

peace, heroes and mass media

other revolutions in job-creating education

changing transparency of professions to multi-win models - key book biography of von neumann

banks that invest in families and youth productivity - first book london capital market 1954

land and local justice systems reharding ecology etc

any practice that needs community microfrancise model - what?

foundations/funds of 100 leaders of 2010s = youth's most prodictive decade - help our search at www.wholeplanet.tv

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Each season we start with breaking news from one of top 100 associates of Entrepreneurial Revolution who have informally linke together since Norman Macrae launched the genre of Entrpreneurial Revolution Futures in The Economist of 1972

Fall 2012 is from the thintank www.economicscrisis.com

scary thoughts: discuss transformations at ning of Norman Macrae or chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

economics determines whether the futures the peoples want are designed or destroyed

macroeconomists have let so many conflicts into economics systems in last few decades that the experts have become the problem in europe and usa

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As Keynes may have said everyone's interest needs to actively represented in economics - this is the subject that designs or destroys the futures peoples want most

Entrepreneurial Revolution (ER)  Join in 40th year -ER genre started by my father in The Economist 1972 - of valuing how to change industrial age organisational typologies if youth of net generation are to be free to celebrate productive lifetimes wherever they are born - to help find 100 leaders who most believe that 2010s can be youth's productive decade join us at http://www.wholeplanet.tv/

Discuss known system problems with govs

4 Not good at sectors where hidden costs can be passed on to next generation; not good at sectors where national boundaries add extra costs

3 not good in sectors impacted by fast changing tech

2 not good at sectors where employee service needs to value community context

1 not good at sectors where long-term but iterative investments are needed

0 in danger of muddling sectors they run with law-making roles of government  

Discuss known system problems with corporations 

Note that while the corporate model is the only 20th c model that can optimalise achievement of specific goals by reinvesting positive cashflow- problems include

3 ownership - where owners are speculators not interested in sectors purpose and risks to society

2 addiction of many corporations to promoting by advertising has caused many corporations to have wholly lost external service purpose and become systems run for insiders

1 complete failure by all global professions to model goodwill (including transparency and sustainability exponentials) as extent to which a corporation has multi-win model. This prevents corporations to integrate youth into abundancy economics that million times more collaboration technology would be celebrating in post-industrial economies leaders helping breakthrough include:

Discuss Charities problems

3 not sustainable model - causes top people to get more involved at fundraising at top ane ever more distant from original service needs at bottom

3a often disastrously top-down where funds are exchanged between  top-down governments vbeore they get to serving peoples ; this top-down also prevents empowerment of people in communities to be trained up making them endlessly dependent on aid

2 have often been weak at partnering allowing their purposes to be greenwashed by uneconomical organisations of other typology

2a foundations tend to get bogged down in elderly conservative ways instead of involving youth to mediate their cause

1 often have great difficulty in connecting professional and volunteers especially in those action processes are hardest including most dangerous (or requiring on ground conflict resolution)

Particular problems by sectors

Professions (metric. law    )Banking Land/property rights/ peace   Mass Media

Tech and digital media  Education   Health  Energy   Distribution

You tell us  - chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk washington dc hotline 1 =301 881 1655 sector to charter gap between purpose people most want and direction being spun by sector's failed economics

 

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World Class Brands 25th Annual Debrief (2012-2013)

One of the biggest success factors of the next few years for companies whose branding depends on goodwill of youth or families is how job creation is integrated into the promotional mix

Designing this involves relevant access to benchmark knowhow of those already leading this economic goal by designing the creativity of strategic partnership vehicles such as

*student entrepreneur competitions - both traditional innovation and open innovation hubbing around local society as a lab. Our research shows inter-hemisphere franchises being connected by Nelson Mandela partners in south and Muhammad Yunus partners in East with Tokyo scaling up annual celebrations involving up to 12000 students live.

*specific programs with communities your company has a long term sustainability relationship with -this can also ground mentorship and core skills programs across generations

*superstars give back programs where superstars learn from each others knowledge and particular lifelong passions in ways that separately agented programs fail to maximise continuity of impact and youth reality

*foundations that help youth mediate public and private sector partnerships and issues of world leadership including millennium girls - eg Nike Foundation's girl effect collaboration movement

*first relationship access to investment impacts to future research which in our mobile knowledge economy is likely to converge from areas beyond any singular product R&D or any monoculture or singular regulatory framework (eg cashless banking experiments across China)

*Sustainability's Expoentials. Our global systems are locally breaching Einstein and Von Neumann's greatest maths challenge - stewarding the exponentials of abundancy economics involves a different professional order from the way industrial age compounded risk at boundaries and assumed zero-sum scarcity in consuming up things. Normans maps on how to use million times more collaboration technology to create 3 billion jobs are ready to be mediated? Will you join this greatest innovation challenge?

Please contact us to know more.

Yours sincerely

chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk washington dc hotline 1 301 881 1655

World Class Brands www.worldclassbrands.tv was the first practitioner network which Norman Macrae helped to found after 40 years of work at The Economist. In 1984, Norman was the first to map how the opportunity of economics for the net generation would be to design futures that all peoples/families want most and the risk would be to destroy such futures. World Class Brands is an informal but long-lasting association for seasoned practitioners who believe it is possible to multiply good consequences with media. Since Norman's death in 2010 the Macrae Family Foundation co-hosts optimistic futures parties -linking goodwill multiplying movements from Tokyo to London's St James, from Johannesburg to Dhaka - reasoned to connect those around the world whose leadership decision-making values how and why the net generation becomes the most productive time for worldwide youth.

The Economist 26 January 1972 The Next 40 Years by Norman Macrae

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dad's last article written in 2008 can be dowloaded here - extract

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Norman Macrae (1923=2010) Family Foundation - 40 years of linking in entrepreneuruial revolutiion networks since norman forst saw 500 students sharuing a digital elearning network in 1972 - see his 1984 book : the first to journalise the future millennium goals of the net generation http://www.erworld.tv/id133.html

Host discussions on futures peoples want -example free university system wanted by mandela partners out of s.africa and coordinated by http://www.taddyblecher.com/ - green energy networks wanted by sainsbury family and prince charles http://ashden.org/ http://gramengreen.com/

help us find 100 leaders who believe 2010s can be worldwide youth's most productive decade http://yclub100/com - chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk washington dc 1 301 881 1655 skype chrismacraedc

chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk -please tell us of greatest job creating ideas -please demand that europe's most invested media www.futureofbbc.com   in social good finds its 21st journalism for humanity
 1 student entrepreneur competitions. Goal: to get professors and students back to innovation solutions with labs interfacing society's life critical needs -once developed how can solution be franchised as mainly open source- so community owns the jobs productivity and the solutions. Competitions test capitals tokyo (largest 12000 youth live) atlanta longest (12th annual practice) coming to washington dc 2012-2013 and why not your future capital2 knowhow clubs for heroes- why can't the world's most expenisve sports and pop heroines have one thing they love regenerating in communities - all it needs is a second kind of collaboration agency to their commercial stages- join the stars developing this at eg www.singforhope.org or with the world's end fashion designer 3 we have 35 years of proof that when a bank is designed/owned round the needs of 15 million parents they require the bank's investments to be in the next generation in the most exciting ways ever mobilised- any commnity facing a sustainability crisis can learn from this- especially now that mobile cashless banking is coming 4 join our search  started on dad's retirement from 40 years at The Economist in 1988 for the 1000 most famous identities whose pursposes societies value most for the long term goodwill they multiplyjoin the first billion new jobs creators at http://grameengreen.com   join the first billion new jobs creators to value milloin times more collaborative technology in ways that make net generation most productive time to be alive help us end old peoples folie grandeurs with bad banks and hacking media -lets hope that london tabloids are converted by the olympics from allegedly criminal editors to good news editors across europe - lets end systems that are designed to strangle collaboration entrepreneurs and addict teenagers to wasted lifetimes hhelp direct import/export trades at grassroots entrepreneurial levels between chinese peoples and youth if your capital is to enjpy a win-win trading future            

Join 3 Billion Jobs Tour-for a community to sustain its youth's productive potential who needs to be most trusted? doctors? teachers? bankers? new technologists? ...

 
why isnt the net generation the most productive time to be young everywhere?  my father's life work on Entrepreneurs and Revolution at The Economist 1 2 shows it is quite possible to design economics to interact 
  • net generation = most productive time to be a young person anywhere
  • growth of health and wealth doubles out of every community every 7 years provided all parents collaborate in investing in priority of knowledge economy's next generation serving vital needs and millennium goals

rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk washington dc hotline 1 301 881 1655

 

2 pictures map the transparency of everything we communally debate, act, invest time, knowhow and other resources in - if you have nicer ways to show these pics send them chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk in so we can make a gallery- what matters is anyone interested in future of youth productuvity can find a place on the map where they want to start connecting

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what's blocking this is the greatest maths errors in world - error 1 ratings agencies numbers are not valid for assessing future of nations .. more 

help us complete The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant list of 20th c economics errors that need changing now to get youth back to work

.What would you do if in the first 25 years of you career you found 90% of your fellow professionals gave up advising on how to invest in youth's future productivity and turned to ruling over how to extract/disinvest in youth instead? In my dad's case Norman Macrae diarised this 3rd Q of 20th C mess at The Economist, diagnosed tv ad spots and soundbiting as the main root cause of this disaster , kept his eyes out for the next new media, Fortunately he saw an electronic learning network in 1972, and developed the genre Entrepreneurial Revolution launching the fourth quarter of 20th c as economists' youth's and leaders' most exciting quest ever -one taht maps how to co-create 3 billion jobs by revaluing investment in every type of industrial-era organisational typology (including gov com ngo edu prof media) to be pro-youth in time to empower the net generation to be 10 times more productive. out of every global village Plan A only half worked- you can see from the picture just a few of the vast number of movements that started to sub-brand entrepreneurship (which were true to pro-youth in dad's eyes). But it didnt stop most western economists from hunting out the most speculative types of clients who continued to disinvest in youth's futures. Today in 2012 the nightly news IN USA and Europe still interviews all the wrong sorts of economists and political supremos who are destroying the future sustainability of youth and communities everywhere. So can you help us with plan B - which is to search out 10000 most collaborative youth and show that investing in them can grow worldwide economy faster than any 10000 bankers and macroeconomists and politicians can collapse economies

Discussion Space- Does your city have a job creating solution to trade with worldwide youth?

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COLLABORATION CHARTER OF ER @ THE ECONOMIST &  worldwide SINCE 1976:Youth Economics invites you to join in designing economics that serves joy of everyone's working lifetimes being productive, demanding - sustaining progress of human lot towards most exciting goals that worldwide youth can vote for and parents can invest in 
 
 
IF YOUR LIFE's WORK - or organisation or social technology network - aims to serve/value one of the most exciting goals in the world, you may want to know about Charter Toolkit - now in its 36th year of development by innovators inspired by how Norman Macrae and The Economist started off the Q4 of the 20th century with the greatest collaborative challenge of our human race -to network round ENTREPRENEURIAL REVOLUTION
chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk washington dc 1 301 881 1655 
By 1991 after thousands of surveys on innovation - the purposeful question that multipies more sustainable value than any other among co-workers : who would uniquely miss what if we didn't exist? question 2 how do we audit if we deliver to every different who-group trusting us with their uniquely value promise? nine years later brookings and georgetown reported that without this missing "value exchange" audit the world's largest organisations would exponentially compound every more risk and loss of safety NB in particular even once prosperous nations are failing around the world both because ratings agency don't measure this purpose and because place leaders have failed to map futures their people -and especially youth-  could most passionately trade

 youth10000 charter- map collaboration between most productive youth www

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Tell us where you see a most exciting purpose to charter rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk aligned to Norman Macrae's 2010s purpose of co-creating 3 billion jobs
Purpose Cases  Places originating worldwide sustainability of youth 
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INNOVATING ECONOMICS THE HUMAN RACE CAN JOYFULLY MEDIATE

If Keynes lifetime work is correct that increasing the world is ruled only by economics (eg democracy doesn't exist separately) the will you help us Q&A value exchanges round the 10 simplest value multipliers of 21st C global village networking

 

CORE CHARTER  JUDGING  CHALLENGE OF PRO-YOUTH ECONOMICS 1984-2024

2012 timeline: netfuture's 28th year of linking in searchers and collaboration entrepreneurs  -a human race to celebrate community franchises that integrate collaboration architecture empowering net generation hubs and open  social technology labs for co-creating 3 billion jobs and valuing sustainability investment in 10 times greater productivity of all of our childrens lifetimes

 

Productivity times Demand Relationships

Let's charter which global markets are free to benchmark rising exponential purpose : wholly trusted to integrates 10 productive and demanding value multipliers

5 co-workers

Serving the most exciting project goals linked into a the most trusted service organisation and partnership network - judged in terms of advancing the human lot by and for all peoples

4 customers

Working lives of fully employment and greatest communal meaning and self-respect

3 owner investors

Unite through collaborative evolution of the safest banking system (daily community and inter-generational investment) grounded by greatest development goal imaginable for starting millennium 3 -those defined for their next generation by world's poorest mothers

2 purpose sustained business partners

Involvement in whole truth capitalism where every global market is free to transparently value the greater good it is capable of relentlessly progressing while compounding no evil and no externalised risks

1 worldwide society aka global villages

The most integrated pro-youth economics infrastructure empowering 10 times more productivity of net generation by integrating sustainability of every community prioritising co-production of life critical services. Evolution of network huibs from the most divided/conflicted in the pre-networked world to the most trusted integration of productive lifetimes in real and virtual modes.

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2012's most urgent leadership job - charter Pro-Youth Economics  
Norman Macrae (The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant) 2 years on - June 2012 -

Directly and indirectly hundreds of millions of people's lifetimes were productively freed by interacting around my dad's entrepreneurial value mapping while he was alive. This is because dad obeyed  his mentor Maynard Keynes Hippocratic Oath in the most jouyous way.. Keynes General Theory concluded that given the world is going to be increasingly ruled only by economics THEN economists trusting to mediate the world are those who define the purpose of economics as investing in the next generation's productivity out of every community. Given my father's reach, The goal of Norman Macrae Family Foundation may sound modest. We want to help search out 5000 youth whose collaborations can sustain the humanly most productive impacts on economies all over the  the world. Can you help us live up to my fathers' forecast 40 years ago that if shouldn't be impossible for economics to help every member of the net generation be 10 times more productive? So far those interested in green energy from The Economist Boardroom celebration party have linked in. South African partners of Mandela's free university movement coordinated by taddy blecher have linked in. But in death, as in life, The Japanese are proving to be far the most interactive supporters hosting a whole series of parties linking in pro-youth economics

 

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help write the book; chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk us 1 301 881 1655

DISMAL how the purpose of economics became destruction of our childrens' futures-

  •  chapter 0 losing keynes hippocratic oath;
  • chapter 1 west should put its house in order before offering economics to other hemispheres;
  • chapter 2- why are we not celebrating investing in net generation as 10 times more productive;
  • chapter 3 getting grounded in 1 billion community jobs;
  • chapter 4 celebrating 1 billion jobs that only million times more collaboration technology could make ossible;
  • chapter 5 nature's borderless valuation of 1 billion green jobs
  •  chapter 6 choices to make now that we are in the last decade of the joy of sustaining 7 billion people

Would you region's elders and youth like to join in celebrating rememberance parties of The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant- the last journalist to be mentored by Keynes Help invest in 5000 youth whose collaborations in job creation can put any 5000 traders at big banks to shame. Most exciting youth and yunus capitals include Joburg Nairobi Austin Boston ... tell us where else chris.macrae@yahoo.co.ukerlogo.jpg1976 survey of ER  Economist- 200 years on from US Declaration of Independence we know that there are always plenty of jobs to be worth doing in every country provide we design organisation constitutions ahead of time - none of 20th C types of organisation is fit for the million times more collaboration technology that can make net generation most productive time to be alive provided macroeconomists don't mess up ... more

A VERY POOR PERFORMANCE - ECONOMISTS' 40 YEAR WAR ON GOODWILL -10 MISTAKES TO TRANSFORM NOW
As Keynes life's work concluded the greatest compound risk to our next generation is the conceit of elderly macroeconomists. In 1972 The Economist surveyed the mistakes not to make as one generation became ever more connected in each other's trust-flows- the stakes (expoenetial impacts of directing world towards low-trust leadership) as The Economist then reported included 2010s meltdown of the global financial system. The contagion of loss of sustainability of more and more global localities will become unstoppable If we do not attend NOW to the 10 professional mistakes in valuing goodwill with urgency and courage  

Debate The Economist 40-year analysis 1972-2012 of 12 global sectors exponentially most impacting sustainability of humans in 21st C  .Question -whose network will have more impact on growing the economy - 5000 traders at biggest banks or 5000 youth hi-tech wizards passionate about serving communities greatest challenges / Answer .
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debate: Get innovative with the euro -leave it to middling economies- exit germany, with greece and spain unless it can come honest with bank stress tests - euro last calls krugman soros  
debate how to interact with obama's signature value chain transformation of food value chains in africa at conscous capitalism 
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Question -whose network will have more impact on growing the economy - 5000 traders at biggest banks or 5000 youth hi-tech wizards passionate about serving communities greatest challenges / Answer 

yclub7.jpg summer project - Can you help identify 20 student entrepreneur pitches to be made to Muhammad Yunus in Washington DC on 28 September?  Eligibility; ...

.journal1.jpg. Grameen Economics USA Job Creation Roadtour Sept 26 to Oct1 2012 .jcov2.jpg. can we make education the net gen's first 10 times more productive market.
To recover from the failed economics of superpowerful men, can you help us discover market purposes needed for peoples to collaborate around building 3 billion new jobs- what is purpose: of banking and financial services? of governments, of energy?. of health, of education, of computerised media, of mass media, of supermarketing, of housing, of economics, of other do-no-evil professions, of royalty, of {help peoples chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk choose a market purpose that frees human productivity out of every youthful community}

Norman Macrae Foundation - Goal celebrating next decade as youth's most productive by 10-fold

-help us create the most exciting entrepreneurial revolution meets

chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk washington dc 301 881 1655 skype chrismacraedc

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In 1976 The Economist asked people to choose whether they believed in Entrepreneurial Revolution -use million times more collaboration technology than afforded to past generations to openly  interact to the half century of the net generation to 2025 the most exciting time to be alive - Map a worldwide web where humanity's most brilliant millennium goals are co-produced; where all human beings enjoy every opportunity to celebrate being 10 times more productive than was possible in the old world separated by borders. Unlike old economics of scarcity, knowledge network offers an economics of abundancy. However for those who have studied what Keynes meant by "the world will only be ruled by economics', transparent cross-cultural mediation depends on understanding that if not enough people everywhere celebrate growing each others entrepreneurship, George Orwell's alternative endgame will take over our planet- we will be ruled by big brothers and failed constitututions who destroy the sustainability of more and more communities ending weaker nations and regions as places where youth have any chance of growing up happily, freely, and productively.  

Please tell us of the most exciting Entrepreneurial Revolution meetings you attend or help co-create- what do their alumni connect to free all of our children's children?

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  • youth jobs competitions.
  • value chain debates of each global sectors most humanly valuable purpose
  • specification of franchises ready to viralise as community owned solutions to life shaping needs - searching for 30000 since 1984
  • Keynes 3-in-one method for ensuring every human is linked into an economist concerned with communally maximising joy and rewards of productive lifetimes

people

  • norman macrae student fellows - rsvp nominations chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk - full capitals : dhaka paris DC
  • celebrating 100 leaders of youths most productive decade - see geo-representation to date in right hand matrix
Summers Hot Gos 1 for YouthEconomics 
 oregon boston Glasgow Kenya Bangladesh Austraila   
 arizonany/dc London S.Africa Japan New Zealand   
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ER - launched by The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant in 1976 to save the world's future generations from the compound short-term fixes more and more macroeconomists were spinning unsustainably. In 2012 the three main tasks of ER networkers are tabled // vc debate in news can we change value chain of taking a company public

1 Correcting macroconomists - readers of krugman's new book have most uptodate checklist of how 2  Investing in youths creation of 30000 microeconomic systems - such as community owned franchsies - eg www.aravind.org  that collaborate around life critical knowhow- one movement is at http://jobscompetitions.ning.com  3 Popularising way above zero sum games - the oportunity of million times more collabortion tech than 1960 - and thereby transforming all the world's largest professions who as yet only work on zero-sum or negative sum games - purposeful value chain mapping is one game anyone can contribute to celebrating net generation as most productive ever

How can youth change economics to end unemployment and end poverty? 

Keynes1:  never ever respond to depression with austerityKeynes2: With the world being ruled only by economics, the greatest danger to the freedom of youth is the elderly macroeconomistCases of loss of youth: ! Greece; 2 Student loaned and subprimed USA ...

My father's life was spent at The Economist preparing the 2 great debates that the net generation needed to mediate if today was to be the most productive time to be alive

first as keynes proved economists offer a bi-partisan systems science on exponentially sustainable growth through full employment that goes wrong as soon as economists hire themselves out to party political divides - the new book by krugman offers the kind of bipartisan knowhow needed to get america back to work 
 

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End this depression now- alas poor krugman - but thanks for coefficient 1.3 

dad (The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant) also arrived at a stunning conclusion -places that grow from the net generation on will depend on how well they change economics to focus the investments of family and community's on youth - without such investment there is no chaace of a place growing through the post-industrial revolution of the knowledge networked economy = for these reasons we chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk wash dc hotline 1 301 881 1655 ask you to help us survey education value chains for their total investment in optimalising youth's productive flows http://jobscompetitions.ning.com/  - next summits with dr yunus and 1000 youth - DC sept 27; n.carolina sept 26' Orgegon and intel world ahead oct1

second being a  member of the first net generation is most exciting time to be alive because it provides an unique opportunity to create 3 billion new jobs but these needed to be visioned back so that an above zero sum economics is innovated  and celebrated by empowering worldwide youth with heroic millennium goals-it is these 3 billion jobs (billion green, billion through mobilising million times more collaboration technology, billion serving hi-trust communities so that youth 0 to 25 have chance to lead productive lives wherever they are born ) which this web links experiments to as well with special thanks to entrepreneurial revolution alumni friends since this joyful challenge was first launched in The Economist 1976

Would you like the world to be ruled so that every generation of children everywhere

is more productively employed than historically, and every community joyfully sustains growth ? join us  http://jobscompetitions.ning.com/

breaking news - rupert murdoch not fit to run international company unless

 What do business leaders gain from being alumni of student entrepreneur competitions

2012 overall winner - what if you never needed to recharge your mobile because (your body's) thermal heat kept it charged 

if you could choose 10 worldwide judges to take a second look at the biggest ideas that student job competitions pitch- who would you choose to represent the 10 most important ways forward needed to design a world without unemployment by 2025's celebrations of the first net generation -comments welcome chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

 can alumni of different student entrepreneur competion interconnect to impact youth and national employment2012 best at presenting: what if solar carts ended the carbon wasted by baggage being tugged all over an airport what would happen to the economy if youth entrepreneurs were celebrated as ,much as youth sportsmen- or indeed if both celebrated each other  3rd place: would safety and jpy of community take a quantum leap forward if as much attention was given to android apps and features of surveillance cameras as is given to tablets and mobile phones keynote question raised by obama's adviser on womens issues; what if hi-trust passion for purpose exhibited by student entrepreneur teams was sustained in teams in all of our nation's most resourced organsiations

 what is the role that youth leaders could play in marketing the impacts of academia's biggest healthcare breakthrough of the next 3 years -and does your nation's tertiary education system have a league table of coming breakthroughs

29th year of entrepreneurial revolution networkers debating how can people design more economical healthcare

 if the us class of 2013 could collaborate in actioning one of the top 50 milennium goal projects that dr yunus champions, how would that action network linkin sans frontieres Will your state be one of the first ten to join goergia, tenesse and carolina to join in hosting massive youth  job creation brainstorming sessions to start up the universtiy yeardoes your student entrepreneur competition feature enough team projects concerned with who designs more economical elearning breakthoroughs: professors, students, win-win combination?What student competition in each of the other 3 hemispheres could american student netrepreneur competions most elarn from? In america would you expect the greatest entrepreneuruial revolutions for job creation to emerge from student entrepreneur competition from the one most resourced university or a collaboration process between a hundred universities each with one per cent of  the funds of the mpost endowed university       

Economics- the profession that became more expensive instead of more innovative- rewind the clock to what The Economist's survey of Entrepreneurial Revolution knew in 1976

Entrepreneurial Revolution Networks emerged from The Economist in 1976 and include following sub networks: 1984 timelines for 3 billion jobs of Net Generation;  1988 WorldClassBrands 1998 Valuetrue exponential auditing - inquiries welcome chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk dc hotline 1 301 881 1655 .. a guide to our tv portals including wholeplanet.tv and microeconomist.tv  .. nings include normanmacrae and crwodmaps include new economics and we faceoff at valuetrue

After spending his last days as a teenager navigating planes in world war 2, my father Norman Macrae went up to Cambridge where he was one of the last students to be tutored by keynes on how economics rules the world's futures.

Depending which system rules are selected opposite outcomes spin. Integrating goodwill economics through every global village can invest in making the net generation the most productive time to grow up in. Globalisation of Badwill ecoonomics, ruled by Orwellian Big Brothers and extreme political rivalries taking over from public service, can bring the planet to the verge of collapsing natures system. My father died in 2010 but his life work at he Economist on how to entrepreneurially invest in every place's next generation is here.

Help valuetrue to use this and other goodwill economics maps to celebrate practitioners questioning which way are each of the world's life critical markets spinning - banks, education, health, media, energy, water, safety services .... Help us stage a party in our worldwide roadtour remembering the time when the majority of economists shared the mission of advancing the human lot

Urgent Interactions Demanded. In any global market that is exponentially destructing sustainable futures; fathers entrepreneurial revolution networsk clarified since 1976 that the next decade to 2025 would be peoples final examination everywhere. The good news of the borderless world of our young 21st century is we have million times more collaboration technology than a generation ago - so we still have a chance through transparency of trillion dollar audit of each global market to invest in the net generation being most productive to live and most sustainable to commune round everywhere. Will those professions who have spun globalisation the wrong way by obsessing over separability instead of valuing connectivity of hi-trust partnerships be human enough? Will they publicly to recognise their role in the world's biggest maths mistake which globally powered over badwill (zero-sum futures) instead of empowering goodwill multiplication (multi-win futures)

 

Flashback: 1977 survey of 2 billion people's rise in productivity -survey of half of world's people that editors of The Economist and I know the least but who are most important right now; they live east of iran; account for 60% of world's teenagers and children ; so 60% of of all our futures; majority live in households who cash incomes are under $7 a week :

  Back to the future help survey which 20 do-now networks seamless collaboration could accelerate millennium goals faster over next 3 years
 BRAC and grassroots Bangla Nets@40 Japan nation with most budget available for non-arms worlds South Africa's Free tertiary Education -you can help make this number 1 local and global sector of knowledge age economy Africa24tv good news world service out of Africa and paris and co-inspired by Mo Ibrahim's transparent leadership orizesMIT - world's number 1 job creating alumni network ashden world's most influential oscars of green energy networks with patronship from epicentre of commonwealth and support from bbc's nature correspondents  paris convergences2015 partners in millennium goal action on deadlines superstars give back youth's peace hosting of cross-cultural celebrations in every global village China triad mdel - the 20 most affordable inventions before 2020 emanating from triad of china's people in need; the world's most responsibe company in its global sector and an entrepreneurial revolutionary mediator of how to promote 1000 times more economically than ad spot new zealand's children share schooling revolution with 10 million chinese families out of www.thelearningweb.net  India's and the world's largest school empowered by the most exciting goal that children have ever been entrusted to debate www.cmseducation.org www.openspaceworld.com - actually everyone from age 9 up has ability to facilitate the most urgent conflict resolution collaborations - the systems economics designs can only sustain the human race if they web the same pattern rules nature uses to decide which species to extinguish nextspecial situation 1- can obama's nomination of world bank leader as expert in partners in health (HIV and TB) totally reform the impact the world bank has starting with these 2 critical health markets ; special situation 2  will usaid ever map value chains bottom up -test program is feed the future acccording to 500 lifelong development advisers who met at newseum dc february 2012 Conscious capitalism models of wholeplanetfoudnation show how any big corporations best promotion can be job creation in the societies its work impacts Interface's model shows that 95% of ceos could lead their sector to a half-generation map of thriving zero carbon footprint economics what could microtechsummit reveal to the worlds of youth and job creation if inaugural convention led by likes of Oregon's Intel and China's Ali Baba   
 Keynes : the world is ruled only by economics!
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valuetrue's 64 trillion$ paradox -first identified by The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant's Entrepreneur networks in his 1984 book : will economics rule youth of the net generation productively or destructively?
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  • anyone who believes 20th C financial mindsets can grow a place's peoples by more than 32 fold over a generation of 40 years hasn't got a leg to stand on-  in other words any sustainability investment model asking for more than 9.1% return per annum is mathematically false
  • however now we have entered the last decade of the first networked generation's access to million times more collaboration tech than when 1960s man raced to moon , moores law of doubling is no longer confined to the power of silicon- it can double impact every 2 years of any brilliatnly designed open franchise connecting productive knowhow of a life critical kind  - that corresponds to 32 times value multipliers over a decade and over 1000 times over 20 years - so the quest is on for what knowledge networks to celebrate such joyful scaling around - example 1 free tertiary education movements flying worldwide out of s.africa-
H The idea of Branson centre of entrepreneurship came from Taddy Blecher's Free Tertiary education networks out of s. africa. As a qualified actuary taddy had an secure future. in 1995 he was on verge of taking a lucrative job in US. He was about to leave south africa when it occurred to him he was leaving his home behind. He was rich and his homeland was poor - he was copping out. He tore up his air ticket, A week later he felt driven to visit a township, the kind of place he had never been to before. His first reaction was to open up his wallet and hand out money but even as he did this he knew it was the wroing thing to do. He wasnt helping people, he was humiliating them, These people didnt want charity.  They wanted choices in life. In January 2000, taddy typed up a letter from his office in Johannesburg and faxed it round the country, announcing a new kind of univeristy especially for young people from low-income families. It would be virtually free, It would offer the best business education in africa", fully acrredited and taught by some of the finest commercial minds in the country. Such was his enthusiasm that it didnt occur to taddy that he had written his letter on the leterhead of his employer Monitor Company. The company went ballistic. It received 3500 applications for a university that didn't exist. Security would say who are these people outside, And the students would be saying : your university building is so beautiful. And security would say: go away its not a university, its a consultancy company. Undeterred Taddy and a handful of col;eagues managed to borrow a building from the company . Two weeks later the first students arrived...

,Help ER friends of Norman Macrae compile 29th annual top 7 league table of franchises capable of openly multiplying 1000 times value over 2 decades. We help organise parties celebrating nominations- chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

2012 league table
1 free tertiary Education networks
2 MIT world's number 1 job creation alumni net
3 Bangladesh at 40 collaboration knowhow networks- first party The Economist Boardroom London- next party Japanese Embassy Dhaka
4 Uniting all micro green networks
5 Goal free bbc to celebrate 1000 value multiplier heroes- first step is superstars give back movements and artists peace networks
6 Unite microtech collab networks
7 change how constitutions, .gov, professions do valuation, end risks being compounded at boundaries;  transform all professions understanding of exponenetials through goodwill mapped round multi-win models ; end globalisation being ruled by the least sustainable maths in the world : that multi-lose model where the most powerful side in a value exchange extracts from every other participant every quarter

 

 

 



 

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March's Breaking Good News -help compile league tables of entrepreneurs sharing up to 32 times more health and wealth acrossnet generation


Hi Georgina and Colaboration Entrepreneurs ...Georgina great skype last night. Do you think it would be possible to get one of the following out of Toronto

to co-host a remembrance party to my fathers views of what entrepreneurial revolution could do with you and me. Some of Norman macrae's most relevant 40 years of networking readers:

1983 mapped how net generation needed to co-create 3 billion jobs across network of 2 million global village hubs with million times more collaborative technololgy than man raced to moon with- proposed empowering investments in youth round exciting mllennium goals of which end poverty interfaced with all others; not least because this was also the 1843 founder of The Economist's purpose, and dad had been mentored by keynes to take responsibility for economics ruling the world of man-made system designs as tv media spiralled

reality tv program scripted in 1983 not far removed from dragons dens (first pioneered in japan, best western implentation canada) but applied to replicating community solutions attracted combined mass and one click internet audience of 1.5 billion from which 31000 replicable community solutions franchises were open sourced

1976 coined term entrepreneurial revolution which dbated why neither macroeconomists nor any of big organisational designs of 20th C are fit to partner net generation knowledge age economies- lets change how they all partner each other- it was this survey that led to drayton coining social entrepreneur and a resurgence in microeconomists adopting entrepreneur as their brand; 1976 survey also translated into local euro languages by a young romano prodi; previously dad was only journalist at messina birth of EU concept http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BU1qSQzTN7k

usually it is possible to also find a more local survey - eg father actually coined entrepreneurial revolution in his 1968 survey of s africa

upcoming celebrations www.erworld.tv include of taddy belckers friends in london march 26- he connects all youth future partners out of s a.frica with free university concept which branson elders , kiva and others have twinned

japanese embassy dialogue in dhaka on april 4

I can only offer a few thousand dollars for some wine and cheese; toronto party would not need to be big; its also a stepping stone to forming a correspondence network for the New Economist corresponents whose multi-win models spin totally opposite rating systems to country's future than moody's or wall street bankers; and proves how we can celebrate 3 billion new jobs with the sorts of cases we all like best to replicate to a community near you

structurally indy in westminster is at centre of linking in new economist network- his westminster hub replicates the Old Economists idea of having a space where world leaders passing through london could brainstorm off camera; and we need to gently interview the families that own the economist to suggest that if they dont co-sponsor this now someone else will start it up - and if entrepreneurial revolutionaries and fathers asian pacific www century model are correct the collaboration economy is 10 times larger than the old economy

chris macrae wash dc 1 301 881 1655 chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk .................................

ps when it comes to jobsmaking in usa or canada I am confident the franchsies that monica and bhuiyan (ofcvc) are most collaboratively scalable now- trust there will be ample chance to join good news demonstations of that in several states over next year...

..What Context was Entrepreneurial Revolution (ER) coined in?.. While Economist readers made the catchphrase ER famous the world over after the Xmas Day 1976 survey of Entrepreneurial Revolution, Norman Macrae actually coined the term writing his 1968 survey of S Africa


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Do you know which brand's campaign asks its customers to help create another million jobs. This case raises interesting questions- such as which is your favorite global brand and if it doesnt have a jobs creating campaign why is it your favorite - more good news at ER's media network worldclassbrands.tv?

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 Jargon used by ER : Economics ;Value Exchange Maps - we track other  Worldwide microeconomic models : Yunus/Bangla SB100, General SB51, Other non-dividend USAID Value Chain  queries/suggestions welcome - chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk    

what's most exciting education map to share workdwide -eg blecher networks out of south africa

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Journal of Pro-Youth Economics, A project of Unacknowledged Giants

 Left : issues already published and circulated to 17000 hi-trust leaders and students; Right priority special issues- can you help us bring back the joy of economics?

 

Not the Olympics edition - cases of media or education designed to make 2010's youth's most productive decade

Keynes in Africa - Quest for 50 key industries led by and for africans

 
French Special Entrprenons Edition : Convergences 2015 Triennial Year Book of the Millennium Goals Generation

Entrepreneurial revolution in aid - open systems project designs empower poor to end being trapped by conflict-ridden value chains

 
 Papers updating Boulding's lecture series: what teachers of 15-18 year olds should understand about economics as the systems theory that rules the world's sustainability or loss of itJapanese Special Edition- What the world has learnt from Oriental Economics since Japan started up Asian Pacific Above Zero Sum World Trade Century 
Economists, if they are to have any worth to 99% of people and to ensuring full youth employment out of every community with our era characterised by a million times more powerful collaboration tools, must urgently regain an open systems perspective. This may have been simplest in 1968 writings! This was when Kenneth Boulding stated: the historic significance of capitalism is seen in a society where exchange has become a more imporant source of power than threat. Help adam smith scholars pool journal papers demonstarting a return to hi-trust economics- so that people of any langauge can freely translate these.Moreover Keynes demanded his alumni help the public understand exponentials- the system dynamic that every economist is to be judged by. Which of these consequences would Keynes  regard as madness?
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 Grameen as the most exciting model in millennium goals world is badly misunderstood by many gurus- since 1976 it empower the poorest's most economic exchanges precisely when its foundations have converged ownership of 3 markets - banking, marketplace, knowledge hubs. When the poorest own all three communally, they can decide what other value exchanges they want to produce or demand. They compose value chains instead of being trapped in them  

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Since 1996 Grameen transformed into egrameen by owing a 4th cornerpiece: the mobile networking connectivity across the hubs. Since grameen always creates a hub (vilage centre) for every 60 members- todays grameen value web interacts over 100000 hubs as the most collaborative network structure of entrepreneurship I have been able to find in 28 years of searching http://www.normanmacrae.com/netfuture.html

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Appplication compasses of Grameen poorest-owned investment banking include..

  • GrameenGreen
  • GrameenHealthcare
  • GrameenUniversity
  • GlobalGrameen
  • GrameenTrust
To understand impacts of the most sustainable economic model (Bangla SB100) ever seen in developing world, it can be insightful to understand the sequence of life critical markets (& peer to per collaboration entrepreneur networks) that both Grameen and BRAC built. You can also download a free copy of the special issue of journal social busimess that aimed to summarise knowledge from the first 15 years of microvcreditsummits that were originally convened to explore this model and accelearte milennium goals through its inspiration. We would have prefered it if the 1997 summit had invited microcreditsummit and microtechsummit to be one convergent process as both credit and tech are fundamental to our maps of collaboration entrepreneurship in an age of 1 million times more collab tech than when man's last great goal "moon race" defined a decade. The Paris-epicentred  convergences2015 summit which began
 in 2008 shows what trajectory can be achieved by interfacing credit and tech summits from the micro-up and collaboration systems mapping perspective.

2012 Good Newsweeks
  •  beginning Feb 6 - USAID transforms how it analyses value - 2 day dialogue at Newseum DC
  • week of jan30 - found out of Paris: most exciting case (africa24tv) of world service broadcasting
  • new year week- hear joburg partner cluster round taddy blecher free university in s.afica  includes kiva, branson, google africa

Mission of The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant: To Celebrate leaders
and investment valuation systems of 2010s= youths most productive decade

 Keynes Final Question

 Help map evolutionary critical consequences of investing in 1 million times more collaborative technology than prior generations

There is no in-between consequence of 2010s - either we transform investing in youth's most productive decade or there will be global financial meltdown destroying sustinability of communities everywhere

If your peoples brand of future capitalism is leading a collaboration solution that worldiwde youth's joy of productivity can mobilise, please tell us : chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

.Boston- MIT = number 1 job creating youth network in world..Paris - 4 entrepreneurial revolutions leading western world's regeneration of youth.Dhaka - home of greaetst investment a generation of 15 million poorest mothers ever connected round including digitalisation of over 100000 global vilage hubs.
.Atlanta - home of youth1000job creation brainstorms and any global sector can thrive on zero carbon..Glasgow-helping any mother tongue translate pro-youth economics since Adam Smith- origin of end nurseless villages action network; twinned with Paris as Europes Auld Ally ..China - coming news from regions first 100 million job colaboration networker
.New York - superstars give back to communities so that peace is number 1 source of employment..London - epicentre of microenergy good news, the people's largest ever invetment in social brodcasting, royal leadership of above zero sum commonwealth: breaking good news: how social impact bonds can invest trillions of Euro's in youth's most productive decade so vanquishing wicked american ratings agencies..Japan - coming news from greatest supporter of entrepreneurial Revolution during Q3C20
.Austin - home of the global supermarketing sustainability movements..Brussels - host of ER's world series 1 2 of tea parties designed to end the tripple whammy of the world's greatest maths mistake: destruction of pro-youth economics -trapping net generation in failed systems spin of collapsing exponentials - caused by inability of american economists and capitalists to innovate multi-win models, failure to focus mediation of social media on youth's most productive decade and colonial mentality : failing to transform from last superpower to first superempowerer ..Singapore launches anual Social Business Weel
.Virtual - Gramen Intel - leading value web transformation empowered by micro knowhow....
Johannesburg- Free Uni cluster of partners include kiva, google, branson, egov.Nairobi -hope of mobilising youth microcredit and digital cash and regeration projects such as world's most economic ecovillage.Accra - home of africa's own pharma manufacturer; china's job creating bus school in africa..

can you help translate journal of pro-youth economics into your mother tingue? if you'd like to Q&A pro-youth economist please join up

 37th year of networks linked in to The Economist's Entrepreneurial Revolution - redesign every big organisations' 20th C typology 29th year of selecting which global sectors first demo 1 million times more empowering collab tech's joy of changing to abundancy economics and multi-win models24th year of changing valuation of media and what boxed in risks made people bossy instead of transparently sharing purposeful responsibility 

Download Quiz of Entrepreneurial Economics Prepared by Saving Europe Youth Networks

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.2010s youth most productive decade- pro debates

http://insearchofyouth.blogspot.com/

This blog is a generalised public version of more specific debates that ER friends and I are have been building with different professional groups since 1976 towards 2010s being youths most productive decade. In 1976, Entrepreneurial Revolution networks first started linking in around my father's launch of genre of ER (Entrepreneurial Revolution) at The Economist Xmas day issue, and the year I started searching for database modeling partners (eg MIT) of what societies most wanted from every type of global market. In 2010, with father's death, youth and collaborators are are merging these networks around Foundation Norman Macrae (The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant) with a central project being celebration of 100 leaders of 2010s = youths most productive decade

around http://yclub100.com/ our search believes that with 1 million times more collaborative technology than when I grew up with elders racing to the moon, 2010s will be youths most productive decade everywhere on mother earth - yes we can design economics and other hi-trust professional convergence to celebrate reality of valuing youths lifetimes everywhere

some of the professions I have met in the last 35 years that I invite to dialogues on pro-youth economics and 2010s productivity are:
media
accounting
risk analysts
valuation experts
economists
educators
how technology change knowledge work and networking
future scenario facilitators and conflict resolution hosts
lawyers
opinion researchers/ statistician modellers
translators of cross-cultural and cross-dmographic joy

if you are in one of these professions and want to interact, please suggest how

if you think there is another profession that would want to engage in debate of 2010s as youths most productive decade, how do we start geeting in touch-

chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk tel usa 1- 301 881 1655 skype chrismacraedc

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...Do you share the optimistic determination of investing in next generation interacted by friends of The Economist’s Unacknowledged Giant as well as the founding fathers of the revolution of digital media’s ecology? There are 2 opposite economics and futures that can be spun by capitalism??? 

Dare you join first 200 at Future Capitalism Ning to linkin your collaboration suggestions of how to make 2012 Year of Youth Changing Capitalism the world over?

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    What posts at http://www.erworld.tv/id157.html could help Cameron live up to his dream:
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      British Prime Minister David Cameron pledged on Monday to use the Olympics and celebrations marking 60 years of the queen's reign in 2012 to return Britain to strength despite continuing economic gloom.

    Austrian Boris Marte clarifies the crisis macroeconomists spun:

    1        European welfare systems live as we all know on the costs of future generation- this is important to understand we all live because we  put leverage on future generations – its easy to make these budget decisions because we have someone on the table who is not existing yet

     

    2        we will have unsolved social issues- now if we had social welfare systems that were affordable sustainable probably we would not sit here

     

    3        there is huge disillusionment especially in young generations about the economical and political setting – and actually do we really trust these institutions that they are able to resolve these issues

     

  • ...we'll relay ideas to ER friends in Dhaka, and through Saint James
  • 2012 Europe's Year of Living Dangerously - help us edit how peoples escape global financial collapse first predicted as 2012's biggest compound risk in The Economist of 1972;; what will humans need to collaborate aroundto be sustainable agents of the first net generation
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    0 Starting Nov 2011 how you can help a continental-wide search for job-creating solutions 

    1 Mobilise Entrepreneurial Peer Networks Cataloguing solutions that can be replicated through any community/society with specific need

    2 Keep job-destroying professions out of trying to improve solutions

    3 Understand net generation difference of 21st C jobs: most youth and communities need to create income generating services; if education isn't designed to help this its not worth getting youth or regions in debt paying for it

    Brussels Video 2011.1 - as we all know our past welfare system live off youth - this isnt sustainable   
    ER Awakening 2012 - when Norman Macrae (The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant) first invited the world to unite in Entrepreneurial Revolution in 1976 
    so that 2010s could be youths most productive decade- he didnt expect that one nation would do most of the work nor that 8 million village ladies and one man Dr Yunus would be expected to pioneer Three-Entrepreneurial- Revolutions-in-one (namely 10 times more economical community economics form 1976; mobilising end of digital divides from 1996; mediating with Paris as first global partner the end of biggest corporations and govs being irresponsible for sustaining future generation 2005.
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    SAINT JAMES 2012 YEAR THAT SUSTAINABILITY HEROINES ARE VALUED MORE THAN OTHER SUPERSTARS. Help us multiply goodwill by ensuring from 2012 the worldwide generation celebrates sustainability exponentials at http://www.socialbusinesscapitals.com/ - to repeat, back as early as 1972 (Macrae- The Next 40 Years)  any reader of The Economist has known the simplest measure  of whether the human race is joyfully integrating global village sustainability (not orwellian big brother endgame) is will we all invest in making 2010s youths most productive decade http://www.yclub100.com/?

    Legacy of unacknowledged giant - Download brochure of The Economist boardroom debate on whether productivity of European Youth can be saved

    100 leaders who want 2010s to be youth's most productive decade - vote now at Norman Macrae Family Foundation
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    Nov011 EU votes to change into Entrepreneurial Union ; Queen Sofia cheerleads 15th annual microcreditsummit in 72 hours of action networking out of Valladolid, Spain;
    oct 011 state of georgia asks 1000 students & 45 colleges to unite in daylong brainstorming of job creation solutions societies need most - does your place want to stage next rehearsal of this joyful worldwide game - queries to chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

    youth demand Murdoch family partners BBC in setting up a good new-actioss foundation and ask Coca-Cola whether 1 billion dollars of ads is the most economic promotion celebrating net generation at London Olympics

    who needs facebook's trivial pursuits, when your time could spend your time collaboratively crowdmapping how the net generation frees job-creating markets - lets test most exciting social business solutions ever shared across communities and integrate the new economics paradigm that invests in youth productivity out of every global village  

     

     

     

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    The E Revolution, Exponentially Rising since 1976

    Those who claim to have started E missions simultaneously or soon after The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant began the genre of Entrepreneurial Revolution Xmas day 1976 include

    • Noble Laureate Muhammad Yunus 1  E - started Grameen project in 1976
    • Sir Ronald Cohen 1  E started investment category of entrepreneurs on a social mission around 1976
    • Bill Drayton- who claims to have coined term Social Entrepreneur in 1978 inspired by Norman Macrae's precepts
    • Gifford Pinchot who coined Intrapreneur around 1980
    • Norman then wrote the 1984 book on a net generation whose linkedin entrepreneurship can increase productivity 10-fold by uniting youth round extraordianry milennium goals including the ending of poverty in every community so that no child need be born without discovering her unique creative talents
    EU's 5 Minute Cheerleader Video on Social Business - hurrah 55+ years on we have EU = Entrepreneurial Union

    TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2011 http://entrepreneurialrevolution.blogspot.com

    Welcome Back to ERworld

     

    In 1976, The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant (aka dad Norman Macrae) started up the genre of Entrepreneurial Revolution. The idea for Future Capitalism in which entrepreneurship is joyfully celebrated as too important to sustainability of any nation's next generation's productivity to be left to endless one dimensional political rows between left and right)
    League Table of 50 Most Economic*Sustainable Ways Youth can mediate in replication ER social solutions rsvp info@worldcitizen.tv
  • Youth1000 Job creation brainstorm - origin georgia1 2- now being gossiped at EU summits
  • Portal for all of a nations collaboration ER - origin paris - danonecommunities
  • Arts peace corps - origin new york SingForHope - part of the UniversityofStars model first presented Delhi 2004 Global Reconciliation Network
  • Microsummits of which credit is oldest having just celebrated its 15 annual reunion - begun in DC 1997, last showing Spian Nov 2011
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    The 2010s are the crossroads decade - either we believe in collaborating around Entrepreneurial Revolution (lets start applying Moore's Law to doubling up replicable solutions to every society's life critical demands), or we will lose the sustainability of more and more communities. The London Olympics provides a watershed moment - why doesnt each of the ten companies that spend a billion euros on advertising spend one ten thousandth of that on a youth1000 job creation brainstorming competition, -and why wouldnt the BBC celebrate such a game as the greatest one youth have ever been invited to interact. In parallel, we applaud the brave admission of the Euroepan Union President Nov 2011 that Entrepreneurial Union is the only way to save Europe. We invite you to tell us which 100 leaders most value making 2010's youths most productive decade - thanks chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

    Dear New ER Friend

    Its fantastic to hear of all your peer progress in this extraordinary networking@ decade

    It would be great to meet to see if we are linking round similar entrepreneurs and valuation processes. An example of a development entrepreneur, I wish the whole net generation could know more about is sir fazle abed www.brac.net  with replicable social solutions (in health, digital cash, natural capital- clean value chains for water, food, energy, education …) His former chief of staff tania zaman is a neighbour of mine if you would like to meet both of us. Having spent 4 years mapping Bangladesh's greatest grassroots (family investing) entrepreneurs, the next region whose development entrepreneurs - transparency and sustainability - my father instructed me to most urgently map is china.

    chris macrae 301 881 1655  n. bethesda  chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk   facebook gateway to microeconomics

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    Here’s my family’s story and urgent networking search:

     

    My father became known as The Economist’s Unacknowledged Giant for his 40 years of analysis of Entrepreneurial modeling of Economics. His 2 main concerns for all our childrens futures were

     

    1 What if increasingly the world is ruled only by economics – Keynes required his last alumni including dad to take a Hippocratic Oath for this responsibility- my dad’s way of doing this was to analyse every economic system –and leadership decision - by whether it was investing in the next generation’s productivity out of every community

     

    2 What if one net generation was challenged by unprecedented media change and connectivity –so unlike past civilizations whose lack of adaptation have failed separately, we are all in the same worldwide boat. How to prevent orwell’s ending (also a compound risk concern of Einstein and Von Neumann) and celebrate 10 times more productivity was the subject of the book dad and I wrote in 1984. http://www.normanmacrae.com/netfuture.html  

     

    By dads last few years it was clear that we are crashing every exponential we had timelined including peace dividends, green dividends, educational transformation of knowledge networked age, financial transformation, and cross-cultural celebration of millennium goals all youth could vote for networking life’s work around. Since his death last summer and launched out of The Economist boardroom last November,  I have tried to evolve a family foundation round projects linked to his way of valuing leadership:  the simplest yclub100.com seeks to identify 100 leader who determine 2010s can be youths most productive decade. For example one leader hosts youth1000 job creation brainstorms everywhere that demands this.

    My 20 year associates of world class brands aim to leak news of yclub100 composition and launch of journal on new economics to selected bbc journalists just before the Olympics in such a way that they can help question whether global brands could find a more economical way to celebrate their mission than ad spots at olympics

     

    As a cherry on the top, on Friday the EU  (cheered on by 800 citizens) launched a billion dollar fund to search out those entrepreneurs whose extreme social solutions need to be connected through every community. UK minister Nick Hurd called this a historic time on which Europe’s future as Union depends. Denmark’s minister stated the search for 100 entrepreneurs who can most change society and youths prospects by nominating the specialists http://specialisterne.com/ that aims to create jobs for 1 million people with autism - the same network were mention as the fisrt great winners of the ipad in the steve jobs biography and are a core research area at MIT media lab. Denmark chairs the EU for the next year and demands the most transparent accounting of its corporates valuation of leadership responsibility.

    So in spite of all the bad economic news on tv screens every night perhaps youthful productivity can rise exponentially if networkers select optimal collaboration entrepreneurs now.

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    YClub100 Public Research webs include

    NormanMacrae.Ning.com YouthWorldBanking.com

    Social Business Crowdmap NewEconomicsCrowdmap

    YouthandYunus.com EntrepreneurialUnion.com

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    1950 Next half century needs change to global village economy

    TC Net Age 84 New Economics

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    1972 End extrenalisation and other macro errors before integrating local-global economics

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    Maps Coming From Adam Smith’s DreamLand Going to?..

    What we see in Bangladesh is the emergence of multi-win models that truly realise Adam Smith’s dream of (entrepreneurial economics) system for investing in next generation’s productivity out of every community

    First Consider productivity inputs to a free  market's exchnage of productivities and demands

    *P1: Grameen and BRAC are designed round investing in peoples productive and lifelong learning curves

    :*P2: They  multiply  value of group productivity such as Grameen ‘s teams of 5, or hubs of 60

    *P3 They are empowered by intrapreneurial leaders whose behaviours mimic the writings of The Economist’s Unacknowledged Giant in every way that knowledge networking leaders need to be different from the age of bossy masters of administration

    *P4: Society’s resources are also maximized because that’s in the intergenerational culture of these organisations’ race to end poverty as specified by village mothers

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    Time for Entrepreneurial Revolution at BBC 

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    One of Europe's few best chances out of the global financial tsunami caused by wall street is the bbc. This is the number 1 people owned broadcaster- the largest continuous social investment made by peoples anywhere. If interested in helping make the case to free the BBC: ask for our 2004 presentation to 1000 Gandhians at the Indira Gandhi National Cultural centre on this topic, or the meeting notes of our 7 year collaboration entrepreneur competition to change the BBC hosted at Islingon brand of the-hub.net

    Historically The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant
    reports that the BBC has been muzzled by politicians and Rupert Murdoch from fulfiling its number 1 purpose- making it exciting to search out heroes with social solutions that every community needs to replicate if the 2010s is to be youths most productive decade

    Ideas always welcome on how to get the BBC to embrace
    Entrepreneurial Revolution. Now that the president of the european union has declared this search europe's last chnace, will the BBC sing a new song

    idea 1 do enough youth
    1000 jobs brainstorming sessions in the UK before the olympics so that people starting asking companies that blithely spend a billion dollars on ads around the olympics if they are really friends of youth if they can't find a ten thousandath of that to sponsor a youth jobs creation competition - and then the bbc can do the most joyful documentaries what becoming a superstar of job brainstorming can lead to -donald trump apprentices need not apply!!

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    Debate how to create jobs in net gen's defining decade:

    http://normanmacrae.ning.com/ 

    Help identify 100 leaders most wanting 2010s to be youth's most productive decade http://yclub100.com/

    Help entrepreneurs catalogue top 100 good news stories of job creation: http://www.creatingjobs.net/

    Chat with chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk Wash Dc 1-301 881 1655 skype chrismacraedc

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    Mission of Unacknowledged Giant Association
    - to help economics celebrate leaders who collaboratively want 2010s to be youth's most productive decade, everywhere

    click pic to The Economist audio & 35th year
     of
    linking in Entrepreneurial Revolution Nets 
    .The unacknowledged giant

    download report on change economics led by Sarkozy

     

    Macroeconomic crises have a dismal way of recycling each quarter of a generation AND getting larger as global disasters. Research at worldeconomist.net suggests these be main wonders of Norman Macrae's lifetime works that have urgent relevance in 2011. RSVP info@worldcitizen.tv if you wish to dig deeper on a specific context

    ER's Ten Green Bottles (GB)

    Lets' breakthrough erroneous mindsets of macroeconomics: GB1 Value of Entrepreneurs needs to be non-political- sustainability goals of the net generation require constitutional innovation-  interconnecting left right and centre dialogues GB2: The NetGen 1984-2024 can be most exciting time to be alive - we can win-win-win 10 times more productivity for all but only if constructs of ER are valued as a fundamental literacy across all cultures and from primary school up GB3: Empowering Youth's most heroic goals is core to Entrepreneurial Revolution and the essence of the worldwide web's innovative capacity - will elders with the most resources at end of 20th C wholly commit to partnering communities of youth entrepreneurs and the most exciting goals ever conceived to unite our human race?

    Cover Right - dedicated to Norman Macrae 1923-2010 & the most exciting microeconomist of our epoch & net generation : Muhammad Yunus born 1940 ...
    The Economist. Saturday, 25 December 1976.
    Pages 41-43. Vol 261, issue 6956.

    Italian 76 translator of Entrepreneurial Revolution Romano Prodi celebrates Yunus Economics- more celebrations: Sarkozy The G21

    What is the Purpose of Entrepreneurial Revolutionaries? - our leadership network emerged from those interested in my father Norman Macrae's 1976 survey in The Economist, itself the start of an entrepreneurial revolution trilogy ... more

    ,,End Poverty's Greatest Questions

    Question we are most often asked- why is Bangladesh SB100 model the simplest if not always the opitimal system design compounding end of poverty - click for answer and more questions

    The netfuture subnetwork of ER has been mapping end poverty networkers and their open solutions since 1984,,,,

    Entrepreneurial Revolution , The Game Beyond the Games, TrillionDolarAudit & Joy of Economics are properties sustained for the commons by
    isabellawm association of family foundations and the Norman Macrae Foundation (home to The Economist’s Unacknowledged Giant)
    WHERE DID LEAGUE TABLES OF ER BEGIN? Please nominate updates - isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com  
    Since 1976 Friends of Norman Macrae inspired by his series of surveys of Entrepreneurial Revolution at The Economist. In 1984 he journalised first book on internet clarifying
    how peoples could use it to connect one of 2 opposite expoenential futures: sustaining 10 tiems more productivity or Big Brotherdom whhose multiplication of conflicts would reduce human sustainability at more and more localities around the globe
    Since 1976 Friends of Dr Yunus inspired by his 10 times more economical banking for poorest and community investment models in life criotical needs.
    On Norman's Death in 2010 he ranked the 40 year old nation of Bangladesh as entrepreneurially critical to the net generation of the 2010s as he had identified Japan as exciting for human progress in 1960s

     Banking and MicroEconomics

    • Macrae

    The unacknowledged giant

    • Yunus
    • Ingrid Munro
    • Sir Fazle Abed
    • Microcreditsummit
    • Peter Ryan Microloanfoundation
    • John Hatch FINCA
    • Eli Bhatt

    YunusCity Ning inviites world citizens to present most exciting entrepreneurial advances linked to their Capitals' Future

    Infotech & GoodNews media for Job Creation 

    • Berners Lee
    • Yunus & Iqbal Quadir & Mobile MIT
    • Macrae
    • Drucker
    • Craig Barrett & Grameen Intel
    • Grameen Solutions
    • Grameen Technology Lab
    • Googles' founders
    • Jeff Skoll
    • Jack Ma
    • Linus

    • Monica Yunus - SingforHope
    • DanoneCommunities
    • Journal of Social Business

    Green including clean energy food water

    • Yunus (Shakti)  & Neville Williams (Self ; Standard)
    • Ashden Awards & Links: investors Sarah B-S; Top Circes Prince Charles; Broadcaster Paul Rose BBC ; Cousteau ( CNN &) 
    • Stewart Craine
    • April Alderdice MicroEnergyCredits
    • Blue economy - Gunter Pauli

    Food :

    • BRAC
    • Nippon seed science
    • Milk and water based products Danone Communities SB Fund
    • The Hunger Project
    • Results
    • DC Soup Kitchen

    Water:

    Grameen Veolis

    Health & Education

    • Sir Fazle Abed : health & ed
    • Jagdish Gandhi: ed
    • Yunus & Begum (Shikka scholarships; vocation training : Nurses, ; the top village services needs )
    • Free University - S.Africa - includes Branson School of E
    • Gordon Dryden - NZ ed revolution
    • Teach for America

    Health

    • Paul Komesaroff
    • Grameen Kalyan, TGC, HealthPartners 

    Youth Investment Funds

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    Bangladesh's poorest families invest in 100000 green jobs for village girls as solar installations spread across a country where most families have previously had no electricity

     Other

    • Harrison Owen
    • Ganesh Devy

                                                         THE GAME BEYOND THE GAMES

    help needed - big enough for all of us to value multiply RSVP info@worldcitizen.tv

    The Game and  the players circle

     The Game has eight chairs out of which players question each other on multiplying trust around human productivities and demands.

     In the book "Joy of Economics" we choose 9 players –the two eldest Adam S & James W share a chair, the other 7 have a chair to themselves.  

    The Game can also include facilitators – in our first round of Games, we chose two USA CEOs :
     
    Mackey who asks interesting questions on unique purpose of sectors, and Anderson who asks why can't any industry sector be led to be 100% sustainable by 2020 .

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    Facilitators help players see if there are any other issues of leadership and ownership that can connect and compound all their flows to be multi-win and not multi-lose. In the accompanying web of The Game we listen to your ideas linking in other players 

    The circle the players commune round is designed to help see any marketplace as providing gravitational context (including productivity leaders and demanding owners) to energising 4 entreprenurial levels of productivity inputs:

    *Individual or familial

    *Team, peer to peer practice networks
    *Business systems to be led to collaborate above zero sum as well as compete to evolve a global market place

    *Societies that invest natural and communally human resources

    4 levels of exciting demands :
    *co-workers demands

    *customers demands

    *demands human race makes of global progress for humanity


    *demands made by local communities so that integration sustains healthy and wealthy development through generations

    Our players' lives are all profiled on wikipedia but the appendix lists some of the life influencing actions that happened to our players giving them uniquely curious and innovative perspectives Briefly: ...

    12 candidate trillion dollar global markets to be freed  and 3 spaces for new markets 

    • Basic banking : eg savings, credit insurance – development of peoples and places 
    • Stockmarkets  and sources of large scale investment and the professions who rule the rules 
    •  Mobile telecomunications and the simplest media and market structures that the www can offer entrepreneurial revolutionaries
    • Basic healthcare 
    • Education to 11 or early adolesence 
    • Integrating basic agriculture including seeds of food and sources of energy  

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    • Education through first age of independence eg 11-18 depending on cultural diversity
    •  Media integration for Internet to mass and peak open source knowledge-doubling annual foci driven by goals uniting first net generation; not forgetting time's transportation between work and play and parenting 
    • Practical and Recursive certification quality of further education including university and lifelong 
    • Water, and Land including property 
    • People who lead places' sustenance
    •  People whose worldwide celebrity of missions impossible bring down boundaries between places as we integrate local and global 
    • The Next big thing market 
    • The Next big service market 
    • The Next big knowledge-sharing-actions market

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    Precepts on Joy of Economics 

    Beyond Privacy : Open Futures Governance of the Purpose of Sustainability's pair of exponentials : growth versus collapse 

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    Four factors underpinning 250 years of best practice market exploration of SWOT History’s Strength*Weakness: Future’s Opportunity*Threat

    *Safety including health
    *Personal development

    *Infrastructure development

    *Joy of participation -communally experiencing emotional intelligence
     

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    Keynes: Increasingly only economics and media rule the world. The danger arises when practical men believing themselves to be quite exempt from any intellectual influence are in fact the slaves of ideas of a few years back which changing circumstances have rendered defunct.

    Some surprising confessions by history’s most famous economists that also lead us to question academics and the definitions of keywords so that they help us navigate future change and transform beyond historic system conventions

     Invitatons to open source resources and ways we search smart: 

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    Genre of Considers –with particular editorial focus by youth 

    Journal of pro-youth economics aka journal of social business- survey of which 3000 leaders readers first and why

     

    Open 24/7 access to investigate Webs of the top 15 trillion dollar markets impacting 7 billion productive lives

     Survey of leagues tables of greatest youth goals for 2020 webs of alterative players, and links to leadership quests (where to go and whom to invite as tour partners to see what future starting to happen) – discussion of 2 nations : Bangladesh and Kenya - that are early experiments of partnership laboratiries in sustainability world trade thanks to freedom of infotech

    quizzes – eg whats the greats gift to joy of economics your capital could moderate – eg london world service broadcasting owned by all peoples not separated by government

     

    We believe it is every hi-trust economists and professionals duty to help network 2010s youth most exciting decade. 60 of us will be debating this for 2 hours in The Economist's Boardroom London on Nov16 as a tribute to Unacknowledged Giant, and dad Norman Macrae. If you think you need to be there, or want to host a parallel party,  please contact me chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk usa 301 881 1655 Washington DC

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    If your country or network believes in this brand of economics please send us your link : "invest in curious productivity of children, families and community since healthy society generates strong economies not the other way round" - signed Scotland, Bangladesh 1 2, France 1 RVP info@worldcitizen.tv
    11 June 2011 - Norman Macrae probably Europe's senior economist dies nearing 87 - obits
    - The Economist: Unacknowledged Giant  - comments or Q&A continue at this blog;  British Ambassador to Tokyo: changed the trade & investment links between Britain and Japan
    Financial Times: journalist who delighted in paradox with unrivaled ability to foresee the future
    Daily Telegraph: The Economist's internal spirit;  The Scotsman - the internet's futurist
    The Atlantic - Clive Crook remembers; national review "someone you never knew existed"
     India Times - Prophet of Change ; New Statesman "entire career at The Economist" ; Matt Ridley - death of a great optimist
    London Times - subscription - journalist who changed minds and opened many more ; Pot-TEX : a giant of journalism
    Sweden's JanErik Larsson - people you never forget
    - can you help edit companion pieces to http://normanmacrae2010.blogspot.com/  .

    My dad Norman Macrae died 10 June 2010- we're collecting obituaries and readers' favourite surveys from his 60 years of economics journalism (40 at The Economist) at http://worldeconomist.net; from early 1970s dad identified most of his most innovative surveys with entrepreneurship - the one word in the economics lexicon he could safely assume that macroeconomists would never be able to redefine- as he took joy in saying the French  between take refers to: having cut off the heads of royalty for monopolising productive assets, can we unite to map how to generate healthier society and so stronger economic developmment as we compound  the future chris.macrae @yahoo.co.uk

    Collaboration Entrepreneurship is the defining economic game of the 2010s - the way to both unite the human race round sustainabilty goals and to navigate net-generations an order of magintude or 2! above zero-sum economics. Bangladesh's microentrepreneurs are evolving the mobile world's free market epicentre of sustainability partnerships - click the pic below to help us register just how many partnerships of 12 different system types global grameen has helped stimulate in its pursuit of being world's number 1 global branding of sustainability partners

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    Help us log up what Muhammad Yunus and hundreds of millions of youth fans of 2010s "most exciting decade" want from each type of Collaboration Partner: CP1*CP2*CP3*CP4*CP5*CP6*CP7*CP8*CP9*CP10*CP11*CP12

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    Top 3 Time is Now (2010s Most Exciting Decade) Debates from Norman Macrae friends networks:

    34th year of  Technology and the Future as History: A Critical Review of Futurism -sample ref: by RB Halley - 1978 - Related articles
    anti-technology assessment" (Norman Macrae, America's Third Century [New York,. 1976], p. 19). 6Elise Boulding, "Futuristics and the Imaging Capacity of the ...
    www.jstor.org/stable/3103308 ...       Four Worlds of Writing ... written for the Sloan Foundation by Norman Macrae, deputy editor of the Economist and a professional observer of America.

    5th decade of Pacific Century: sample ref: Japanese and American Companies by KM Kiyuna - 1983 - Related articles
    Norman Macrae, "Pacific Century, 1975-2075," The Economist, January 4,. 1975, pp. 15-35. 2. Ezra Vogel, "Meeting the Japanese Challenge," Wall Street .. www.jstor.org/stable/30172972

    Managing Interntional Liqudity eg by OL Altman - 1964 - Related articles
     In his Sunshades in October (
    London, 1963), Norman Macrae argued that ...

    .An An Eden after the Fall John von Neumann ... by CL Carson - 1993
    Norman Macrae. John von Neumann. New York: Pantheon, 1992. x + 405 pp. .... All this is admirably described in Norman Macrae's biography, and with ...
    www.jstor.org/stable/2702791

    RR ReRecommendations for Further Reading

    by B Saffran - 1989 - Cited by :

    Two respected analysts, Norman Macrae and Robert Heilbroner, have recently written articles that examine long range economic and social trends. ...
    www.jstor.org/stable/1942769

    RevREvolution and Conservation in the ChristSocial Perspective

    by JV Schall - 1974 - Cited by 1 
    Norman Macrae has written in a highly significant essay, those of inter national business (Cf. N. Macrae, 'The Future of International Business', ...
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    1.                                Toward a Different Role for Multinationals in the Third World

    by A van Dam - 1978 - Related
    Norman Macrae, deputy editor of The Economist, wrote once in that weekly: "When many of the early car manufacturers were going bust in the Edwardian days, ...
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    2.                                The Managerial Implications of Multinational Information Centers (II)

    by L Wooton - 1978 - Cited by
    of activity is very close to the scenario developed by Norman Macrae in a recent article ..... 1 See Norman Macrae, "The Future of International Business", ...
    www.jstor.org/stable/40227385

    3.                                The Multinational Corporation in the Enlarged European Community

    by BD Forrow - 1972 -  Returning to the definitional problem per se, Norman Macrae, the deputy editor of The Economist, has a "special regard" (although, one would imagine, ...
    www.jstor.org/stable/1191154
     

    1.         Economic Growth in Industrial Societies ...

    by V Nath - 1974 - Related
    Norman Macrae: The People We Have Become, The Economist,
    April 28, 1973; pp Survey 1-36. ... As Norman Macrae says

    33 years ago entrepreneurial revolutionaries networked around The Economist forecast meltdown of big business by 2010

    sample letter of invitation to interconnect action projects celebrating Yunus 69th birthday

    pictorial tour of jigsaw pieces of networking sustainability from 69th birthday dialogue with Muhammad Yunus

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    help us catalogue world's greatest brand leaders and future events where entrepreneurial revolutionaries celebrate - most recent past white house august 12
    .In recent years the world's greatest brand leaders and entrepreneurial revolutionaries have needed to coincide just to breakthrough the noise of markets that have becme so globally uncompetitive in the free market sense that 90% of cost isn't to do with customer product benefits. As a nation that plain cant afford such mage-making waste, Bangladesh now hosts the 2 most entrepreneurial organisations in the world in Grameen and BRAC. If in doubt go to Muhammad Yunus' birthday dialogues at the end of June or watch out for other events.Berlin, Nov 2009 20th Fall of Wall celebration is also time for world leading brnaders to benchmark projects with Muhammad Yunus and Grameen Creative Labs.Kenya, April 2010: the world's 3 safest banking networks -led by Ingrid Munro, Fazle Abed & Muhammad Yunus - and sustainability investment networks for the poor come together for a once in a lifetime collaboration of sustainability knowhow and extreme innovation. Yes We Can networks from all round the planet are linking in. Kenya is offering to become an R&D laboratory for projects Obama cannot test in USA. The Queen of Spain is the first world dignatory to ask will it help if she attends. Do eee if your nation's great & good can understand why this opportunity to renew millenniuml goals with replicable projects is the most exciting event in Africa - and perhaps on the planet - in recent times. .
    RSVP chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk with ideas on which leaders of sustainability we should mail with Dr Muhammad Yunus' 69th birthday wishes for action projects 09/10  -ref BBC blog on Bangla @y69; World Entrepreneurs Celebrate launch of Ycentre; Y&Mandela Celebrate.Roll of Honor - Sustainability Epicentres letter sent to so far: Amazon, Disaster Movie
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    .33 years experience of annual surveys of 10 Green Bottles of Entrepreneurial Revolution

    c.m.macrae.72 AT cantab.net

    n.a.macrae.42 AT cantab.net

    microeconomist timeline of other greatest human interest stories and sustainability interventions since 1976
  • 2010 Proposal to publish annual on Future Capitalism to feature all the micro-up system designs that MBA courses have top-down shredded with fallible globalisation
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  • 1976 4 -person social action group starts up franchise that becomes the sustainable future of banking around the world - see the 5 big collaboration networking innovations of bangladesh's first third century- microcredit, microsummit, social action, social business, future capitalism
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    10001 views in 2008-9
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    vote 5th annual world most trusted leader poll- rsvp info@worldcitizen.tv by 31 dec 09

    Dear Professor Krugman

     

    Great hearing you speak at thinking big thinking forward

     

    I don’t know if you ever met my dad’s 40 years of entrepreneurial revolution editorials at The Economist 1950-1989 but as per the one-pager enclosed he agrees with the probability that up to half of the biggest banks need to be put into administration

     

    I have been working to understand Muhammad Yunus micro-up baking solutions on this and how to make sure that 18-25 year olds know about this choice. For example, our free DVD with good news youtubes from yunus and his friends is being used to research views of 10000 youth

     

    So far the number 1 problem fed back by university students is that curriculum is still examining the old world as if non-transparent big banking will be the new normalcy as well as the old. I feel empathic with the most inquiring of these young minds. If you know of any professors who would join Dr Muhammad Yunus in a panel whose names or work helped accelerate change of curriculum , I would love to be told whom to contact

     

    sincerely

    chris macrae

    washington DC 301 881 1655 http://erworld.tv/

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    HISTORY & A Microeconomist's WinWinWin Networking Wish
    Between 1997-2006 Dr Yunus and friends networked the most extraordinary entrprepeurial revolution called microcreditsummit 1 2 3. When I met Dr Yunus in Dhaka his new year resolution for 2008 -please can social action teams inspired by youth's curiosity start mapping microsummits for health education energy media  gov and pro -with such big goals for humanity that each cheers up the world and winwinwins with as much goodwill multiplication as microcreditsummit
    chris macrae washington dc bureau 301 881 1655 info@worldcitizen.tv

    Economist's Economics Editor 1954-1989 .. op-eds .. Friends Future History .. Bio .. books


    The View from 1984 by Europe's Senior MicroEconomist (student of IndiaBangla economics since 1943)

    Changing Economics In the new century's first decade, the introduction of the international Centrobank was the last great act of government before government grew much less important. It was not a conception of policy-making governments at all, but emerged from the first computerised town meeting of the world. By 2005 the gap in income and expectations between the rich and poor nations was recognised to be man's most dangerous problem.

    Internet linked television channels in sixty-eight countries invited their viewers to participate in a computerised conference about it, in the form of a series of weekly programmes. Recommendations tapped in by viewers were tried out on a computer model of the world economy. If recommendations were shown by the model to be likely to make the world economic situation worse, they were to be discarded. If recommendations were reported by the model to make the economic situation in poor countries better, they were retained for 'ongoing computer analysis' in the next programme. 

     The truth of this 2005 breakthrough tends to irk the highbrow. It succeeded because it was initially a rather downmarket network television programme. About 400 million people watched the first programme, and 3 million individuals or groups tapped in suggestions. Around 99 per cent of these were rejected by the computer as likely to increase the unhappiness of mankind. It became known that the rejects included suggestions submitted by the World Council of Churches and by many other pressure groups. This still left 31,000 suggestions that were accepted by the computer as worthy of ongoing analysis. As these were honed, and details were added to the most interesting, an exciting consensus began to emerge.

     Later programmes were watched by nearly a billion people as it became recognised that something important was being born. These audiences were swollen by successful telegimmicks. The presenter of the first part of the first programme was a roly-poly professor who was that year's Nobel laureate in economics, and who proved a natural television personality. He explained that economists now agreed that aid programmes could sometimes help poor countries, but sometimes most definitely made their circumstances worse.

    Yunus10000 Youth Dialogue Videos 1, 4, 15   selected by editors of FutureCapitalism.tv and SQtest.tv and SMBAworld

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    Monday, April 21, 2014

    Spring Festival of Millennials at World Banks

    A fine collection of elders ( south koreas 2 coolest gentlemen) and budding millennial co-producers concluded with the invitation - post your on take on plan in time for interaction at 2015 world bank spring festival

     

    FEATURING

    President, World Bank Group
    Secretary-General of the United Nations
    Co-Founder and CEO, The Global Poverty Project
    Founder, Mara Group and Mara Foundation
    Chair, Youth Advocacy Group, Global Education First Initiative
    Co-Founder, WO-MAN Foundation
    Anchor and correspondent, C
    10:43 am edt 

    notes from ireland's broadband meeting march 2014 observed by women4empowerment founder

    Naila Chowdhury observes: (23 photos)

     Dr. Hamadoun Toure is one of the finest Man I have known who has done amazing work through mobile technologies and women empowerment utilizing sustainable technology.

     

    also great conversations with Dr Carlos Jarque  América Móvil - a Mexican telecommunication company headquartered in Mexico City, Mexico. It is the fourth largest mobile network operator in terms of equity subscribers and one of the largest corporations in the world.

    10:22 am edt 

    Sunday, April 20, 2014

    Dear Events Organsier Eleanor Rossevelt Womens Hub in DC

     Dear Mimi, Tebabu , Friends


    There are several issues which I would love to see womens democratic club  (founded by Eleanor Roosevelt) host partnership events on if they fit what you are about. Mimi : I am not sure if Tebabu has had time to mention Naila to you of www.women4empowerment.org she is now in our region after being grameen phone's first female director- she has clues on just about every greatest mobile womens experiment going in anywhere which she shares with first ladies movements in new york - see eg this extract of one of their recent events -she could add  to my listing below but here goes anyway!

    Timewise: Its important to discuss these well before june 21 which is date when several people are coming to town for tebabu's exciting us africa diaspora summit 

    and the results activist summit on june 23 with world bank jim kim

    3 example issues which I would love to know if they fit women democratic club circles

    1 vivian's obama mama movie - its premiering in may in seattle but could we discuss some extracts of it?

    what happened about 12 years ago is vivian signed a contract with muhammad yunus - she wanted to make a blockbuster movie of hum but one when youth took action leaflets out after the show- unfortunately when he got the nobel prize all sorts of hollywood directors chased him so she decided to make a film of obama's mother instead- ann dunham pioneer of microcredit in indonesia in the 1980s and then helped start the womens world banking association in usa around 1990 , also i assume partly an inspiration of chicago's southside bank that mary co-founded- vivian can tell you more of what most important news/actions of the film is- of course obama's father is kenyan - so this is both a celebration of women and africans

    issue 2 -for about 7 years now in dc i have tried to find a way to form a club which students could collaboratively thrive around what I think tebabu calls bottom up value chain development- the only us educator I know who has formed a parallel club  (microcredit and technologists helping youth  and poorest womens networks todesign their own savings networks) is anna lu in san diego

    The San Diego Microfinance Alliance (SDMFA) is a consortium of local microfinance practitioners, donors, educators, students and professionals. The SDMFA provides useful tools to local microfinance organizations and supports efforts to bring awareness about microfinance to the public. Read more...

    issue 3 is more speculative - south africa has developed the best jobs creating curriculum for youth which the government has now agreed every child should have chance to interact - there is a 6 weeks tour of usa  from may 21 to july 7 - i wonder if there is any way we can get them to stop over in DC at a time when all our other events are connecting

    sincerely chris macrae 301 881 1655
    2:09 pm edt 

    Monday, November 5, 2012

    9.1 Pro=Youth Ecnomics of ED
    here is part of an ongoing conversation on how youth can create jobs by changing education

    yes www.aflatoun.org/ is so important- financial literacy peer to peer processes could be great social businesses -zoe's 10000 girl project being perhaps most advanced in that in a developed country (australia) - timely now because of huge launch of meney and life film http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=money+and+life&oq=money+and+life&gs_l=youtube.3..0l10.101.1495.0.1759.8.7.0.0.0.0.359.359.3-1.1.0...0.0...1ac.1.F3xxndY9LD0 which susan locally champions in maryland where i live
    total change in education purpose towards job creation interests me -wherever i can linkin and the historically black university parent alumni networks in usa are a group I aim to spend a lot of time with in dc/md region- i had noticed usaid had put out new perspective on education and on youth in aid; if you know of friends working on that in dc please tell me- dr bhuiyan who leads yunus youth competitions is worth connecting with- increasingly undergraduate students are coming up with social businesses that involve introducing new education curriculum at secondary stages both in usa and in developing countries- the education and knowlege networking economy needs to converge around youth's productive opportunities and regeneration of community; we also have a chance to study that out of glasgow with zasheem and yunus recent installation as chancellor- the supermarket tesco has joined yunus to launch grameen europe out of scotland, an interesting parallel to the huge support yunus friends get from whole foods in usa http://www.wholeplanetfoundation.org/
    also one of the first ever student projects to get lift off involves illiteracy in georgia until recently bhuiyan's home turf- while this is literacy of the reading sort it has enabled us to link students and some of usaid's world class gurus in literacy - i dream that all the illiteracy curriculum will eventually be redone as mainly peer to peer student processes in ways that also help communities thrive round such sustainability knowhow
    if you are ever in bangladesh, mostofa works with me a lot and knows how to connect sir fazle interests between cashless banking and financial literacy education- if i understand correctly there is no hotter spot interconnecting sir fazle's wish to completely ground youth microfinance and education and mobile apps -I find it interesting that he is turning the-minute-secondary-schools close for normal teaching into partnet-teacher-youth incubation and action learning telecentre hubs- a model needed the world over -after a lot of nagging 3 november issue of The Economist finally explained the community led economics approach of grassroots bangladesh as the opposite of us mindset of enforcing monetised exchanges -all economists (let alone presidents of nations) should go back to school until they can pass an iq test based on bangladeshi mothers' community economics- we could get soros to set the adult version of that iq test
    and then out of s africa-i imagine taddy is a great exchanger of financial literacy youth practices in all of above ways
    2:49 pm est 

    Saturday, December 17, 2011


    Help Global Business Leaders End Greenwashing and be more economic than ad spots 1 2
    USA click here Johnson & Johnson will donate dollar to help end death of moms at childbirth- celebrate abc program on BRAC 10pm east coast friday dec 16rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk so ER can topline next social action you can help global business celebrate - we only topline true corporate giving that can be activated in less time than watching a tv ad

    help cameron maxiimise social impact of UK's big events of 2012

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    next europe action
    6:31 pm est 

    Wednesday, June 8, 2011

    With the one exception of France, I think it is almost obscene how little social business has been discussed as a job creating catalyst across Europe (let alone USA). Here is a conversation starter for 10. Is it really that complex, or why isnt this discussed everywhere young people chat?


    conversation starter

    also at http://normanmacrae.ning.com/forum/topics/how-easy-does-job-creation-in



    In developed nations, an exciting job creation lesson from social business is: develop a franchise serving something that many communities need enough to be able to pay for  but open source the franchise to community ownership.


    SO Unlike corporate franchises that typically look for 20% profit extraction, any positive cashflow model above 0% return works. Thus such franchises can afford to be more learning intensive with happier co-workers which often makes for a better local service. Additionally, there are many services including those linked in to green technology or information tech (which today can offer a just in time local service that a nationwide organisation is nott geared to) assisted franchises that have a natural advantage to bottom up scaling rather than a top-heavy management structure. See Norman MACRAE's observations on the joy of intrapreneurship which are 30 years old and still far too entrepreneurial for most busieness schools or banking chains to celebrate.


    Assuming the above isn't that complicated, why dont developed nations try social business job creation? We the people need to brainstorm this, as the evidence is our governments wont until we do. And as for our media's capability to stimulate job creation, well if you have come across a large scale media that truly helps with job creation - do tell us! 


    Is it because governments dont like to empower but want to govern over? Is it because some of the most needed services would celebrate apprenticeships and more informal approaches than complete professional qualifications (whose certainty of what'[s right is often bought with historical inertias frefered in). Is it because we no longer have local markets and knowhow spaces owned by and for communities?


    Or is it because of lack of imagination in terms of where to get initial funds. In this respect the UK has come up with an idea worth flying all over Europe (particularly places with huge youth underemployment like Greece, Spain, Portugal, Ireland). In the UK , about half a billion dollars lies in dormant bank accounts that haven't been used for 15 years. Why not invest this in youth social business funds. http://www.youtube.com/safebanks


    A government could always insure the small percentage that might get reclaimed by their long-silent owners. Doubtless some banking laws might need redrafting but is that a reason why we should stop job creation for youth all over Europe? Another way ahead would be to develop a kiva-type inter-family funding mechanism within an European nation or county  but one that specialised in listing open community franchises that had already demonstrated their value.


    help identify other top 19 social business projects we need wor;d's number 1 youth economist advising on for 2012 not to be another year of slump

    http://normanmacrae.ning.com/forum/topics/inviting-you-and-yours-to


    chris www.erworld.tv

    1:04 pm edt 

    The netfuture subnetwork of ER has been mapping end poverty networkers and their open solutions since 1984,,,,

    Why is Bangladesh Social Business 100% model the simplest if not always the opitimal system design for newtirks concerened with compounding end of poverty?

    Mathematically when one group is conflicting a value multiplying exchange (ie trapping a free market) for all other sides , simplicity's move is to take that side out of the map; see if the other parties can design a win-win-win map . Then an optional next move being to then unite a win-win-win group in renegotiating with the conflicting party in terms of what that party will need to innovate if it is to be permitted to be communally intagrated again

    Share ownership has been the greatest conflict with sustaining communities or any great social goal as well as a fatal conceit of macroeconomics -especially that kind of ownership spreadsheet blindly by many global professions who keep the score on how one side takes as a maximum every quarter from every other side

    so the bangladesh SB100 model excludes short-term owners by putting 100% of ownenership (in trust) of those in greatest need among participants in the system; its other main criteria are : positive cashflow model; no dividends - all being reinvested in unique purpose; transparent multi-win model

    other dynamics of course need constant checking - as even the above map doesnt guarantee that the model is continuously  improving its economy of purpose and depth of sustainability though it goes a long way

    so 100% ownership in trust is simplest -and guarantees all the productive work of members is reinvested in the community (none being extracted out by richer people); however the question we ask is when would you find it valid to let up to 49% of ownership be in hands of others than those in most desperate need provided that constitutionally the 51% ownership by those with life critical need oof the service's purpose is never breached. One example could be when some of the technology the orgasnaition needs most in being invented by young people in developed nations' capitals, and where they as founders are as interested in the long-term goals but believe they need some capital to negotiuate ongoing parterships and experiment with serial innovation from a position of financial strength

    another reason why 100% ownership is simplest occurs when many people are volunteering their time or resources to the organisation; at the very least they should know of the hybrid ownership; there is also the issue of taxation, logically the SB100 model would appear to merit equality of status with eg charities but is that the case if ownership is even 1% chnaged as in a SB99 model- these are very contextual questions which we dont believe standards can expect to deeply answer. At the same time, note that is only by starting with simplicity of SB100 benchmark can all these great questions be mediated in a whole truth and open way.

    9:59 am edt 

    Appendix:  The Purpose of Entrepreneurial Revolutionaries

     

    Practice and leadership networks of Entrepreneneurial Revolution emerged round The Economist’s Unacknowledged Giant Norman Macrae since his 1976 survey on how ER maps the ways systems design the future of the human race. We are committed to pro-youth models of economics and the belief that 7 billion people can advance the human lot - empowering our children to be more productive and sustain more than our (elder) generation’s possibilities. Better futures depend on cross-cultural openness in questioning history’s constraints and conflicts,  as well as how truly heroic goals are celebrated. Reality not image is of core concern to our valuation of leadership and empowerment.

     

    Four particular foci of ER are 1) metrics and 2) media, 3) what innovation of deepest purpose integrates and 4) how risks and conflicts require relentless resolution using bottom-up contextual appreciation.

     

    Since 1984, our networks were the first to question the unprecedented change of the coming net generation 1984-2024. According to Norman Macrae’s future maps, only two opposite outcomes are possible locally and globally: 10 time more productivity for all 7 billion beings, or an Orwellian ending that brings into question sustainability of more and more communities, peoples and nature’s support of the human race as an evolutionary fit species

     

    Since 1990, we have pioneered a centre of gravity approach to leading future goals. Who would uniquely miss what if this leadership gravity didn’t exist? This approach values how gravities collaboratively interconnect unlike historical 20th C professional assumptions that make the cardinal error of misunderstanding human relationship quality in an interconnecting age. The biggest mathematical mistake of millennium 3 is assuming separability in how every system is governed or valued. We have innovated an integrated view of multi-win models where value multiplication depends on the quality of mapping

     

    1.      hi-trust gravity (also known as purposeful goodwill),

    2.      transparency of access to information by all who are most passionately linked in to an unique purpose

    3.       sustainability’s exponential curves understood mathematically as a compounding future investment in ways wholly congruent to natures own evolutionary rules  

    4.       We explicitly value boundaries as where most risk of collapsing networks lurk unless these loci are openly questioned at every performance cycle. Since 1990 we have audited hundreds of systems that traditional professions valued as multi billion dollar entities but which turned out to be at the tipping point of zeroising unless urgent  leadership changes were pervasively encouraged. This approach applies to the sustainability of trillion dollar global markets as well as the main organisational gravities composing them 

    7:34 am edt 

    Friday, April 22, 2011

    Sunshades Retrospective

    and more on how masters of gloom spead 1

    conversely?
    Gulf Riches 1
    7:37 am edt 

    Tuesday, April 19, 2011

    Is this macrae's simplest model for investing in developing peoples?

    A simple model for developing nations

    (by developing we follow Cambridge doctorate of Manmohan Singh to mean:  a nation aiming to be sustainably better for its next generation and which achieves this without doing evil to others )

    A nation develops economically if:

    Savings culture is stronger than consumption culture. However the impact of this on mapping productive and demanding value exchnage systems is contingent on

    1 Processes & integral structures people have for saving invest in productivity of peoples in that nation including a focus on youth or communities at risk of an underproductive life

    2 Organisational systems having a value multiplying purpose beyond extracting money. Built to Last research of 2nd half of 20th C shows that the compound consequence of purpose includes 8 times more returns over a generation. Unseen Wealth research (Brookings/Georgetown 2000)  on compound expoential risk reaches far more dramatic recommendations on social and human sustainability as systems of systems get networked.  

    3 Capital market systems are designed to focus on product, knowhow multiplication or services that leave a positive trace on the future. So developing nations select capital market designs that do NOT:

    A make money by speculating on scarcity

    B  leave a negative footprint on natural resources

    C reward busy professional cliques solely with transactions where the work expert people do is so transitory it has nothing future generations can gain from ; society's system architects need relentlessly to make transparent what professions are licensed to rule and to guard against social media's liability to spiral round noise, self-gratification or endless trivia

    5:05 pm edt 

    dear jonathan yunus monica naila mostofa lesley sam ingrid estelle holly


    I am meeting halima on Thursday who seems to be MIT's most connected alumni in entrepreneurial networks and their 24 geographic hubs- their annual gala at embassy of france where I sampled the journal also celebrated 2 landmarks- a) france more startups than usa last year; b) entrepreneurs like steve case joining in obama's attempt to catch up


    any ideas on what to discuss - I have desparately wanted to help plant Social Business Hubs between dc and boston to discuss  other way round system connectors and such urgent apps as follow:


    1 GREEN - neville williams as orign of solar; stellargroup who talked at latest mit function and say that solar can clean up nuclear contaminated water; paul rose's friend cousteau (son of the founder of deep sea diving tv) and cnn correspondent on green; guy at whitehouse whsoe job it is to extend green markets beyond the usual lobbying suspects  connect to Green-Ashden & Green Grameen


    2 entrepreneurial models: expoentialy sustainable economics: my family is offended by both top down and social models that over-spend on advocacy, attract image CSR partners and provide no transparent multi-win maps of a sustainable business model to network partners into- DC is the worst of these 2 opposite kinds of waste unlike any other city I have lived in


    3 from the first few weeks that obama failed to go beyond wall street normalcy he has needed demonstrations of empowering innovations before he could invest in american youth- we need the dormant bank account to work in usa as well as across europe; we need sarkozy's g25 model to integrate bottom up into all these regional trading blocks that have become the exact opposite of what dad originally supported EU for being http://www.erworld.tv/id95.html


    4 most of all we need open source and way above zero sum infotech models that princeton used to be famous for according to my dad's biography of von neumann and which berners lee at MIT still is; incidentally I hear cameron in uk is hiring berners lee's advice : I would love to know on what


    5 I dont want a dc hub separate from danone community model nor separate from singforhope model nor separate from Unseen Wealth Compound risk experts re-ranking all business schools until they offer the choice of sustainability mba


    6 such hubs could also certify microcredit or other models result sand those opinion leaders who started the microcreditsummit in 1997 like to see done the right way round; they could also help students retrain professors where mindset issues need such


    all of the above seem to me to seamlessly linkin to world's largest youth and yunus investment fund cheered by people like Sarah and Naila and Monica and doing some fast research to understand what the 50 most valuable people yunus has ever met could bring to partberships- perhaps that could emerge both as a special issue of the journal and a correspondent search for the good news portal


    chris

    4:23 pm edt 

    Sunday, December 26, 2010

    Giants of raising human productivityGiants of celebrating purposeful value multiplying demands
    WhosWhoWhatWhatHow (more details)
    MY1@P1Invited leading tech partnerships to co-produce  sustainability’s world fair. This demonstrates open source solutions staged after 30 years of practice by hubs of the worlds poorest rural women of what had been world poorest nation. By energising next generation’s interest in flows between peace and economics co-created network of 8 million and 1 Nobel Peace LaureatesChaired annual summit demanding the great and good celebrated as grassroots networks declared and met the most entrepreneurial revolutionary goals of all timeQS@V1
    IM@P2Invited worldwide partnerships to replay sustainability world fair this time staged and energised by raising productivity of those who had been the world’s most deprived youth in urban slumsBeginning in New York and uniting every capital’s youth futures, led youth ambassador and artist peace corps networks to demand celebrities sponsored sustainability networks rising out of actions and deep investments in every community not image-making and top-down aidMY2@V2
    NM@P4Being Scottish son of British consular, growed up in all 4 hemispheres and observed first hand stalin’s and hitler’s worst ever uses of media: SO as first journalist of the internet, constantly invited readers of The Economist since 1976  to celebrate goal of ending children being born into  poverty as net gen collaborated round round  entrepreneurial revolution of 10 times more economical community markets in the age when grassroots nets & hubs could select what knowhow to double annuallyOut of Scotland starting up in 1750s, created and disseminated to leaders the first 100 years foundations of community based economics. Showed how the crisis of revolutionary change every 70 years involved the sides of the people creating more jobs through entrepreneurship and the old powers that be whose professing of there only being one right way to rule accidentally or deliberately risked blocking progress of the human lot (using dismal macroeconomics theory to devalue investment in youth futures)AS & JW@V4
    SDH@P5As a 1970s music teacher decided that he could teach ending poverty but he could unite community networks (results.org) to empower US congress and from 1997 the world (microcreditsummit.org) to declare millennium goals and celebrate their accomplishment by youth microentrepreneurial networks. Helped the world to innovate economics that mapped ending poverty and job creation as its main game    micro-privatised global aid and went onto to bypass post-colonial government by grassroots networks nations most vital servicesFA@V5
        

    info@worldcitizen.tv delights in hearing your nominations of giants of human productvity and purposeful value multiplying demands -as important as the who's who is how the entrepreneurial revolutions of end poverty and youth's collab networking way above zero sum games are done - your reviews welcome
    2:55 pm est 

    Saturday, September 4, 2010

    Who's truly helping youth make 2010s most exciting decade?

    STRUCTURES THAT HELP YOUTH WHOLLY NETWORK SUSTAINABILITY GOALS http://202020.tv

    I keep on coming across the SWOT question regarding types of networks like aisec, net impact ...


    historically what is greatest strength and weakness


    exponentially compounding into the future and in partnering other networks investing in youth and community, what is the greatest opportunity and threat of these


    on the usa side (which may not be the same as eg aiesec if you are in s.africa) I have questioned young people in all 3 of these networks and talked to the top people of two; they are not  SocialBusiness designed ) to help young people connect the 2010s most exciting decade through sustainable bottom up models


    I am rather hoping the network that may help transform these 20th c structures support of youth is elkington's www.volans.com ; is there a way jonathan that you can find out from elkington some of the most exciting but deeply micro projects volans is nurturing; and can we get some of John's people in front of The Economist on Nov 16


    COLLABORATION CAPITALS

    one of the yunus-gravitated advantages paris www.danonecommunities.com , glasgow and new york (www.singforhope.org once mobilises by monica will have) is their own hi-trust cenrtes/portals (ie meta-hubs) for connecfing 2010s in most exciting ways; this is one reason why getting monthly aligned future action newslettters or something out of these 3 cities (and cross to worldwide youth entrepreneurs) needs urgently to show what colkabortion projects social busiess can network round the world that aisec, net impact, ashoka cannot because ultimately the business model's connectivities matters ; I am not interested in investing in any team or process that cannot show us its business model in an open way 


    Two of the other most vital things Collaboration Capitals need are long-term place leaders - france has martin hirsch (glasgow and new york dont yet have); ironically spain has the number 1 (ie queen sofia) and prize processes (ironically boston has this but none of the rest)


    sam/lisa - do you know whether anyone has written a short biography on all of the ways queen sofia has started up subnetworks of human progress across hemispheres; if there isn't one, can we find  spanish researcher who wants to write one in time for celebrating november 2011?; there is no way (that I can believe in) to land yunus olympic celebrations in London on 2012 unless European peoples and worldwide youth urgently start annual content-action celebrations of the royals who sustained  commonweatlhs of nations


    chris http://erworld.tv (entrepreneurial revolution world est 1976)

    9:48 am edt 

    Saturday, July 10, 2010

    CP2 what should the world and yunus want from foundations beyind aid
    Hilary Clinton offered a very illuminating speec on desire to take USAID beyond aid except in emergenecy. Her speech made at start of 2010 is copied to www.developmentpartners.tv

    three are various disadvantrages with conventional global aid

    much of it may fail to trickle dwon

    aid tends to be subject to spiralling risks

    being given something isnt the same as being empowered to action learn a deep communal process

     aid models require conatant refunding whereas SB  models keep on reinvesting

    however perhaps this issue's impact is been seen by example; look at any cp12 gameboard with a beyond aid entry and see how deeply micro up projects plant context and accrue trust and ;ike nature emerge interfaces with other projects whose local connections can be seen by people who constantly grounded in the community
    2:12 pm edt 

    CP1 what does dr yunus want from collaboration partners in micro social business?

    CP1 users of social business  model – don’t change the rules that compound 10 times more economical  pro-poor community models

    • positive cashflow reinvested in purpose; owners = those in greatest need & investing in next gen 16D
    • no dividends
    • zero conflicts with sustainability of all connected by system’s productivities and demands
    • repayment of social business loan with no interest
    • don’t rush development of a social business concept – to breakthrough you will not only have to innovate a service but  remove a conflict which has been compounding the sustainability crisis
     

    (1a why would people want to be connected with a free loan : improvement on charity donation; reputation or learning gain associated with solving a life critical need; knock on development impacts in a community of importance to lender)

    10:39 am edt 

    CP12 -What do frineds of yuNus want from netgen 2010 most exciting decade

    ·        the belief and the social business model knowledge and the smart collab capabilities with media to make 2010s most exciting decade

    ·        optimism that impossible no longer exists wherever microE youth or sustainability capitals connect

    get picky with media; reduce spectator sports and being imaged over; celebrate media that helps you social action what maters to coimmunities around you and connects you with entrepreneurs who make more jobs than they take

    tell us info@worldcitizen.tv which media and network spaces help you do this - some we believe in are http://www.danonecommunities.com http://www.the-hub.net http://www.collaborationcafe.tv - in real world: there is also nowt to compare with a trip to Grameen HQ mirpur (dhaka, Bangladesh) particulary at one of the 3 times a year when a grameen dialogue is in session

    10:33 am edt 

    Saturday, June 26, 2010

    who will help people create more jobs with technology than big powers take
    Ultimately the net generation's battle for sustainability depends on youth and netizens collaborating to create more jobs with new technology than top top down powers take

    please help us make a list clebrating technology job creation experiments round dr yunus or other microeconomists

    grameensolutions.com is the world calss mobile innovation compny of grameen - its prtnbes include those working on the http://bankabillion.org  

    *GrameenIntel is tech's lead partner in the global grameen brand architecture
    *Grameen has a loose partnership with the founder of Ali Baba who has challenged dr yunus to race to create the next 100 million jobs
    *Kyushu University is developing a digital village lab around a Bangladeshi village
    *AIT Yunus Centre in Bngkok has proposed building an annual expo of tech partners of Grameen
    *Tech is core to various medical partnerships 
    2:32 pm edt 

    Friday, June 25, 2010

    micro up yunus joins select new UN team in anti-poverty race to 2015

    UN chief Ban Ki-moon named a high-profile committee Wednesday aimed at sparking progress against poverty and toward improved welfare under the organization's Millennium  Development Goals.

    The group will be led by co-chairs President Paul Kagame of Rwanda and Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero of Spain .


    Others in the group 
    include Nobel laureate Muhammad Yunus of Bangladesh, former Chilean president Michelle Bachelet, Microsoft founder Bill Gates, CNN founder Ted Turner and Jeffrey Sachs of The Earth Institute and a professor at Columbia University.


    Ban said "distinguished" personalities from China, India, Japan and Britain will also join the panel.


    "As you can see, (this is) a real collection of 
    superheroes in defeating poverty," the UN secretary general said.

    The group will push for progress in the Millennium goals stemming from a 2000 summit, which call for reducing extreme poverty by half by 2015.


    The MDG Advocacy Group will bring together 
    "some of the world's leading thinkers and doers," Ban added as the UN prepared for a new summit in September.

    "We need to emerge from the September Millennium Development Goals Summit with concrete national action plans for realizing the goals," he said.


    "These advocates can help get us there. They will help generate political will and mobilize a global grassroots movement to meet the MDGs."


    The UN set a 15-year timeframe at the turn of the millennium to achieve its 
    goals of halving extreme poverty, boosting health and education and further empowering women across the developing world.


    Ban's announcement was made as the UN released a report showing choppy and uneven progress in reducing poverty.


    According to the report, the proportion of 
    people living on less than 1.25 dollars a day in developing nations has dropped from 46 percent in 1990 to 27 percent in 2005, largely due to improvements in China and other nations in Asia .


    The figure is expected to drop to 15 percent by the target year of 2015.


    The report also cites big gains in getting children into primary schools in many poor countries, especially in Africa . It also cites "strong interventions in addressing 
    AIDS, malaria and child health" and "a good chance to reach the target for access to clean drinking water."

    But the report also found that only half of the developing world's population has access to improved sanitation, such as toilets or latrines and that girls in the poorest quintile of households are 3.5 times more likely to be out of school than those from the richest households, and four times more likely than boys from this background.

    Less than half of the women in some developing regions have access to maternal care by skilled medical personnel when giving birth, the report said.


    Overall, the UN said the 
    world economic crisis "took a heavy toll on jobs and incomes around the world," but does not threaten achievement of the Millennium Development Goals.

    7:00 pm edt 

    Wednesday, August 12, 2009

    Today, Dr Yunus and 15 other change leaders are celebratiing with President Obama. And Dr Yunus is using this as an opportunity to accelerate his dream to form a club of 100 global brand ceos who benchmark what micro and collaboration and micro can do. I am wondering if you might know a subpanel of brand leaders who want to change the corporate social responsibility paradigm from penalising those who take the greatest responsibiliy for their sector to rewarding them. It has been my maths contention for many years now that false valuations of sustainability investments are  caused by a failure to value reputation and goodwill systemically as exponential spirals. By getting enough CEOs to understand Dr Yunus sustainability investment maps at the same time, yes we can renew community sustainability as well as get back to  the entrepreneurial system dynamics needed for extreme innovation partnerships. Particularly those Dr Yunus is a wizard at celebrating involving connections of the world's most resourced organisations with those grassroots networks serving the most life critical needs. 

    help place op-ed on the 2 world's greaest yes we can leaders wherever newspapers report wnat matters to communities http://futurecapitalism.ning.com/forum/topics/yes-we-can
    3:01 pm edt 

    Friday, July 17, 2009

    Invitations to continue 69th birthday dialogue cel;ebrations with dr yunus
    To JS & LB

    Hi


    Back from Bangladesh co-hosting youth and journalists connecting at 69th Dr Yunus birthday dialogue with Grameen and BRAC blogged for example by the BBC,

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/8130130.stm

    -it seems that Bangaldesh has solutions ready for replication that Jeff Skoll wants to promote hope, "collective power and the need for urgency" around, as your web video shows


    I have noted from 25 years of work on global media how absurd american advocacy and image-making models divide people who should be working together on sustainability - does Jeff know that Grameen installs more solar units than the whole of USA, and its championing of microgreenfinance has now attracted at least 3 royal supporters across Europe?


     http://yunusforum.net now has various collaboration projects approved by dr yunus  - starting with youth ambassador 5000 network linking undergraduates 09/10, where mentors can help advise micro-up youth to challenge those who are truly interested in community sustainability to collaborate much more.


    I enclose two one-pagers which illustrate nature of the first action projects we aim to interconnect after our week long dialogues in dhaka. If there is any way we might also connect with your work at any future time, please do tell me . In particular I am always seeking to map back the biggest Yes We Can (actually the sliogan yunus used to launch microcreditsummit in 1997) stages such as those Bangla friends are inviting peoples world to collaborate around which currently include


    nov 09 linking micro up with Berlin celebrations of the 20th anniversary of the fall of the wall


    april 2010 linking yes we can Kenya's mobile microcredit with world microcreditsummits and social busienss applications of all sustainability critical service franchsies


    2011 blockbuster Yunus movie directed out of Paris, as hottest CEO city of future capitalism, and by largest female grossing  director of all time


    sincerely



    chris macrae

      washington dc 301 881 1655

    2:27 pm edt 

    Sunday, February 15, 2009

     I got the peculiar message footnoted from the facebook persona of Muhammad Yunus -can you test out how facebook works - does it let you see anything if you try the link


    http://www.facebook.com/n/?inbox/readmessage.php&t=68305750449&aref=29992230



    by coincidence, I had just been writing up  a latest version of 7 principles which are my understanding of the connections between:

    A) marriah's 1000 quarterly to 10000 annual yes we can humanity meetings in boston

    B) what Dr Yunus' start of the microyouth summit dialogue in dhaka in june09 can be about

    c) what threads emotional and social intelligence through Vivian's blockbuster film of the one man and the 7 million poorest women who changed the world


    there is a problem with wording in that the last 30 years of the MBA has decimated what every phrase starting from  18th terminology of free market and entrepreneur used to mean - so it would be interesting to hear how anyone would re-edit any of these 7 clauses


    7 Wonders to Interact in The Era Beyond Big Banking

    1 Youth will need to (micro)entrepreneur the majority of new jobs

    2 Job creation is simplest where communities and families enjoy healthy basic knowledge (user friendly Q&A) circulation flows around schools, healthcare and banking

    3 Counter-intuitively the most valuable assistance we can offer first to localities that missed out on industrial infrastructure (or its maintenance) is green and ending digital divides and transparent local governance and safety (eg the 10000 telecentre model that Grameen-Intel have been feasibility testing)

    4 The 4-hemisphere’s world of 10 most sustainable microcredit systems  (a deep 10 which merits a world cup cometition every 4 years more than any Olympics sport) already provide “smart media and community-owned” models for the sustainable future of lifestyles in rural and semi-urban areas. Every educator (and classof 2000,1999, 1998,... ie 3rd grade up) must-needs have open source interaction with these bodies of universally diverse learning and doing

    9 year old asks 1000 New Yorkers in Jan 2008 - which sorts of banking will last a very long time


    5 Included in this emerging range of smart media models is microsummits – a collaboration process that unites virtual networking, real worldwide and local meetings around heroic collaborative goals whose future deadlines map back to pivotal do next metrics gearing up to exponentials of sustainability investment

    6 Banking for all humans already has 13 years of microsummiting experience. 7 wondrous microsummits need YES WE CAN interconnecting round social action projects – banking; health;  education;  green including water food, energy;  “smart media”; local government and safety; microprofessions transparency of (their Hippocratic oaths to compound no harm)

    7 Quarter of a century of short-term globalisation spin and the behavioural conditioning of Big Banking's MBA-worldview dismally decimated more than half of the assumptions of free markets as adam smith morally mapped them – namely those that systematically revolve round multiplying goodwill through innovating collaboration (see attached specification that Dr Yunus team are editing into a booklet aimed at liberating curiosity to start up this genre). Fortunately a third of century of experience of innovating collaboration from those with the least resources in the world is accessible through Q&A of micro-entrepreneurship.   Furthermore, if we deeply audit collaboration’s goodwill multipliers with as much cyclical attention as historic accounting paid to boxing in competitive transactions every quarter, then yes we can turn the 21st century into one where we celebrate the productivity capacity of every child and being. In other words, declaring this generation's freedom of interdependence around the collaborative space race of ending poverty can also entrepreneurially put an end to every compound inconvenient truth including wars, destabilising nature and over a third of the world being populated in environments which destroy the 2 goals of social empowerment defined by Bill Clinton as:

    · ensuring that no human dies before their time

    • empowering every child, woman and human with optimal opportunity to make a difference through life. (the source of all produtive economics in a post-industrial age)


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    Open letter to espians and collaboration city networks - version 0 issued 8 July 2007 (year 1 of the 5 year world citizen collaboration program Passports to Sustainability)

    ER- Entrepreneurial Revolutionary Framework of Branding, Valuation and Mapping the Systemic Transformation of  Economics Above Zero-Sum


    What ERworld does.

    Collaborates Entrepreneurially to regenerate freedom of markets and hi-trust human enterprise by providing transparency maps of global market sectors ensuring that they compound Truth’s Consequences (what humanity most needs progress to sustainability) not inconvenient truths (communications whose systems spin vicious conflicts and lost sustainability over time – eg externalisation by a global market sector of its greatest risk in a compound way that destroys the sustainability of some or all local societies.


    Where to Find it?

    Three trilogies of books written since 1976 and co-practised with readers and increasing interactive webs. The first trilogy  – Future History 1800-2025 of Entrepreneurial Revolution 1976-1984- was published by The Economist as surveys and books. The second trilogy 1984 to 1996 concerned the ER of Branding and revolutions in media including coming mediation of local societies into globalisation.   The third trilogy 1996- To date focuses on the ER valuation of goodwill and mapping sustainability as exponentially rising or destructing consequences of human relationship systems applied to the transparency of global market sectors. Each trilogy shared one book with the next.


    Slide: Books & Key Quotes (to come)


    Who Edited the Trilogies?

    ER 76-84 – Norman Macrae (4 decade Deputy Ed of The Economist)

    ER Branding 1984-1996 – Chris Macrae, and World Class Branding Networks

    ER Valuation 1996- To date Macrae family, other authors and Unions of Crises of Intangibles, Transparency and Sustainability


    How to find out more:

    The webs and associates of  futurehistory.jp normanmacrae.com, macrae.tv worldclassbrands.tv valuetrue.com, sustainabilityclub.com, economistclub.tv, joyoftruth.com, hi-trust.tv, passports.jp, ecomap.tv, erworld.tv , worldcitizen.tv

    The weblogs of collaboration knowledge cities; the open source ER travel guides of world citizens on facebook and any collaboration for uniting human imagination and joy of truth


    How to practice and communalise it through peer to peer games:

    -The social network mapping game of you and empowerment of your communal wish

    -Flow Chartering of World Class Brand Architectures

    -Sustainability Mapping whether compound system consequences you relate through are exponentially rising or destructing


    Email
    info@worldcitizen.tv : Chris Macrae

    Tel us 301 881 1655

    Correspondence most welcome of how to openly map and take back micro entrepreneurship and global economics for all peoples


    Sustainability world’s 7 navigation compasses  – lose any one and we lose them all

    • The Gandhian Trio – Learning, Media, Sustainability of Professional Truths
    • The Observable Quartet: Peace, Health, Climate, End Poverty’s Injustices
    • Look for triangles of hi-trust people to open source 7 meta-context’s maps but in wasy that flow across each other
    • Learning travel guides including hubs and meta-hubs – sofia and who
    • Climate: anne, and rick and …
    • Media is a game of 2 halves – mass (me), internet (eg tav-espian group)
    • Professional Truths (have done 17 years of research since C&L – who clearer when response to final mapping book comes out – but eg Peter Burgess, Alan Mitchell and me for starters
    • Health, Peace ...

    Poverty – trying to connect with world leading modellers and their intercity network esp Yunus    (grameen, microcredit, SBE stockmarkets) and Drayton (social entrepreneurship)


    Would love for people to edit (deeply democratise) roles in and out if world citizen and passports to sustainability networks such as espians will prove themselves sufficient quality players of meta-collaboration to want to oversee this

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    BusinessWeek
    When the Bottom Line Is Ending Poverty
    BusinessWeek - Feb 29, 2008
    While Gandhi's goal was the end of colonialism, Yunus' is just as grand: He means to reform capitalism to make it a tool for ending poverty. ...


    Any questions?

    A selection of other ER stimuli of 2008

  • Climate Change, Energy and the Way Ahead
    Speaker: Professor Lord Nicholas Stern
    This event was recorded on 27 Feb 2008 in the Old Theatre, Old Building
    The world must reduce greenhouse-gas emissions by 50 per cent by 2050 with rich country cuts of at least 80 per cent. Power and transport must be essentially de-carbonised. How can the world rise to these challenges? Nicholas Stern is IG Patel Chair in Government and Economics at LSE and director of the Asia Research Centre at LSE.
    Available as:
    mp3 (22 mb; approx 98 minutes)
    Event Posting: Climate Change, Energy and the Way Ahead
     
  • Distant Suffering in the Media
    Speaker: Professor Lilie Chouliaraki
    Chair: Howard Davies
    This event was recorded on 27 Feb 2008 in the Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House
    Professor Lilie Chouliaraki will talk about suffering in the media, addressing the question of how far images and stories of suffering make a difference in our ways of engaging with distant sufferers. Lilie Chouliaraki is chair in media and communications at the Department of Media and Communications and research director of POLIS at LSE.
    Available as:
    mp3 (19 mb; approx 84 minutes)
    Event Posting: Distant Suffering in the Media

     
  • The New Swedish Model: A Reform Agenda for Growth and the Environment
    Speaker: Fredrik Reinfeldt
    Respondent: David Cameron MP
    Chair: Professor Damian Chalmers
    This event was recorded on 26 Feb 2008 in the Old Theatre, Old Building
    Fredrik Reinfeldt is Prime Minister of Sweden, a position he has held since being elected in 2006. He has been leader of the Moderate Party since 2003. In the Swedish Parliament he served on the Advisory Council on Foreign Affairs. Prime Minister Reinfeldt studied at Stockholm University where he graduated with a BSc in Business Administration and Economics. In December 2005 David Cameron MP was elected leader of the Conservative Party. Prior to this he held the position of Shadow Secretary of State for Education and Skills.
    Available as:
    mp3 (13 mb; approx 58 minutes)
    Event Posting: The New Swedish Model: A Reform Agenda for Growth and the Environment

     
  • The Ideas that are Changing Politics
    Speaker: David Willetts MP
    Chair: Professor Kenneth Minogue
    This event was recorded on 20 Feb 2008 in the Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House
    There has been an extraordinary surge in the study of behaviour from evolutionary biologists, neurologists and game theorists, but this has been largely divorced from the political debate. David Willetts will draw on the latest research from these disciplines to explain what Government can and cannot do to influence our behaviour. David Willetts is shadow secretary of state for innovation, universities and skills and has been the MP for Havant since 1992. He was shadow secretary of state for work and pensions from 2001-2005 and has worked at HM Treasury and the Number 10 Policy Unit.
    Available as:
    mp3 (19 mb; approx 83 minutes)
    Event Posting: The Ideas that are Changing Politics
     
  • Stelios on Brands, Serial Entrepreneurship, the Environment and Giving Something Back!
    Speaker: Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou
    Chair: Professor Saul Estrin
    This event was recorded on 19 Feb 2008 in the Old Theatre, Old Building
    Stelios Haji-Ioannou, LSE alumnus, is founder of the easyGroup companies and has given £2 million to LSE for the Stelios Scholars programme.
    Available as:
    mp3 (15 mb; approx 64 minutes)
    Event Posting: Stelios on Brands, Serial Entrepreneurship, the Environment and Giving Something Back!

     
  • Creating a World Without Poverty: how social business can transform our lives
    Speaker: Professor Muhammad Yunus
    Chair: Professor Mary Kaldor
    This event was recorded on 15 Feb 2008 in the Old Theatre, Old Building
    Professor Yunus will outline his vision for a new business model that combines the power of free markets with the quest for a more human world – and tell the inspiring stories of companies that are doing this work today. This event marks the launch of his new book Creating a World Without Poverty: how social business can transform our lives.Muhammad Yunus is founder and managing director of Grameen Bank and winner of the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize.
    Available as:
    mp3 (20 mb; approx 88 minutes)
    Event Posting: Creating a World Without Poverty: how social business can transform our lives
     
  • Climate Change, Energy and the Way Ahead
    Speaker: Professor Lord Nicholas Stern
    This event was recorded on 27 Feb 2008 in the Old Theatre, Old Building
    The world must reduce greenhouse-gas emissions by 50 per cent by 2050 with rich country cuts of at least 80 per cent. Power and transport must be essentially de-carbonised. How can the world rise to these challenges? Nicholas Stern is IG Patel Chair in Government and Economics at LSE and director of the Asia Research Centre at LSE.
    Available as:
    mp3 (22 mb; approx 98 minutes)
    Event Posting: Climate Change, Energy and the Way Ahead
     
  • Distant Suffering in the Media
    Speaker: Professor Lilie Chouliaraki
    Chair: Howard Davies
    This event was recorded on 27 Feb 2008 in the Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House
    Professor Lilie Chouliaraki will talk about suffering in the media, addressing the question of how far images and stories of suffering make a difference in our ways of engaging with distant sufferers. Lilie Chouliaraki is chair in media and communications at the Department of Media and Communications and research director of POLIS at LSE.
    Available as:
    mp3 (19 mb; approx 84 minutes)
    Event Posting: Distant Suffering in the Media

     
  • The New Swedish Model: A Reform Agenda for Growth and the Environment
    Speaker: Fredrik Reinfeldt
    Respondent: David Cameron MP
    Chair: Professor Damian Chalmers
    This event was recorded on 26 Feb 2008 in the Old Theatre, Old Building
    Fredrik Reinfeldt is Prime Minister of Sweden, a position he has held since being elected in 2006. He has been leader of the Moderate Party since 2003. In the Swedish Parliament he served on the Advisory Council on Foreign Affairs. Prime Minister Reinfeldt studied at Stockholm University where he graduated with a BSc in Business Administration and Economics. In December 2005 David Cameron MP was elected leader of the Conservative Party. Prior to this he held the position of Shadow Secretary of State for Education and Skills.
    Available as:
    mp3 (13 mb; approx 58 minutes)
    Event Posting: The New Swedish Model: A Reform Agenda for Growth and the Environment

     
  • The Ideas that are Changing Politics
    Speaker: David Willetts MP
    Chair: Professor Kenneth Minogue
    This event was recorded on 20 Feb 2008 in the Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House
    There has been an extraordinary surge in the study of behaviour from evolutionary biologists, neurologists and game theorists, but this has been largely divorced from the political debate. David Willetts will draw on the latest research from these disciplines to explain what Government can and cannot do to influence our behaviour. David Willetts is shadow secretary of state for innovation, universities and skills and has been the MP for Havant since 1992. He was shadow secretary of state for work and pensions from 2001-2005 and has worked at HM Treasury and the Number 10 Policy Unit.
    Available as:
    mp3 (19 mb; approx 83 minutes)
    Event Posting: The Ideas that are Changing Politics
     
  • Stelios on Brands, Serial Entrepreneurship, the Environment and Giving Something Back!
    Speaker: Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou
    Chair: Professor Saul Estrin
    This event was recorded on 19 Feb 2008 in the Old Theatre, Old Building
    Stelios Haji-Ioannou, LSE alumnus, is founder of the easyGroup companies and has given £2 million to LSE for the Stelios Scholars programme.
    Available as:
    mp3 (15 mb; approx 64 minutes)
    Event Posting: Stelios on Brands, Serial Entrepreneurship, the Environment and Giving Something Back!

     
  • Creating a World Without Poverty: how social business can transform our lives
    Speaker: Professor Muhammad Yunus
    Chair: Professor Mary Kaldor
    This event was recorded on 15 Feb 2008 in the Old Theatre, Old Building
    Professor Yunus will outline his vision for a new business model that combines the power of free markets with the quest for a more human world – and tell the inspiring stories of companies that are doing this work today. This event marks the launch of his new book Creating a World Without Poverty: how social business can transform our lives.Muhammad Yunus is founder and managing director of Grameen Bank and winner of the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize.
    Available as:
    mp3 (20 mb; approx 88 minutes)
    Event Posting: Creating a World Without Poverty: how social business can transform our lives
     
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    Chartering alumni begin and end every trust audit by questioning the Brand's UOP (Unique Organising Purpose): whose worlds would uniquely miss what if this brand architecture or leader ceased to exist tomorrow?
    Next question can we openly map zero conflicts between every pairwise human relationship coordinate?
     

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    What Everybody Needs to Know First About Economics

    Economics designs peoples futures but this depends on what logics are analysed- here are the logics The Economist used in the early 19080s when it discussed how the net gneration could be the most productive time for youth

      

    A nation/place cannot sustain growth unless its capital is structured so that family's savings are invested in their next generation's productivity. Norman Macrae's 1954 book on The London Capital Market provides chapter and verse. Historically it was timely as London's industrial revolution had planted most of the developed world's laws and financial instruments. Futurewise this book became a source for Norman's forty years of leadership challenges including 3000 editorials. THese became branded in the 2 genres of entrepreneurial revolution and future history of the net generation genre which he focused on from 1972. They script in practical details most of the changes that economists would need to make to historic rules if globalisation is not to collapse the worldwide financial system of 2010s

    Norman framed his writings on future purposes huan most wanted around the idea that The Net Generation to 2024 would face change on a scale never previously experienced by our human race. To prevent risks and celebrate job creating opportunities Norman proposed in his 1984 book (The 2024 Report) that the world should unite around youth's most exciting millennium goal. He explained why economics would design the most popular futures if the goal was chosen as racing to end poverty everywhere. Reasons included: its possible, its exciting, it creates jobs post-industrial generation will need to design around collaborative technology, it can empower youth to joyfully unite cultures as we become borderless (more connected than separated), it aligns economics principles with nature's exponentially (compounding) rules of evolutionary selection which are community-up and open.

     download more profiles of 100 collaboration leaders of 2010s = youths most productuive decade 

     

    We are shocked how few people know of the main findings of the renowned economist Maynard Keynes- increasingly only economics riles the world and the greatest risk to the future working lives of our children comes from elderly macroeconomists who hire themselves out to the biggest who want to get bigger.



    Historically when faulty systems of macroeconomists ruined civilisations they fell one by one. But Einstein took Keynes logic further and hypothesised that the first generation to become more connected than separated by technology would be subject to a final exam. Now if we let erroneous macroeconomists rule whole continents of nations will collapse.



    By 1976 my father (Norman macrae) -probably the last student of economics mentored by Keynes-  was writing at The Economist why the next half century would see the net generation tested - he called upon the genre of Entrepreneurial Revolution (ER) networkers to sort out the greatest  innovation challenge economics - and so the human race - will ever face .

     

     

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    The opportunity of 10 times more productivity for the net generation (with million times more collaboration technology than man's 1960's race to moon)

    .The THREAT is preventing the threat of collapsing continent-wide system of value exchange. By 2020 the (exponential track impacting future) sustainanbilyty of every village around the globe will likely be lost or won

    ..logo3responsibility.jpg...How could we be experiencing record youth unemployent when we are living in a time of a million times more collaboration tech than a generation ago? According to research by Entrepreneur networks started at The Economist in 1976, we are 36 years off track in compounding 2 unustainable systems whose follies multiply each other
    • that caused by non-economic media which also distracts us with glossy images and soiundbites instead of future realities and integrated cross-cultural and inter-generational understanding - full briefing here
    • World's biggest maths error compounded by macroeconomists and all global professions with a ruling monopoly - see below
    Discuss: what does everyone need to know about the way economists think and behave. Understand 2 opposite segments of E : The Unacknowledged Microeconomist and the Fatally Conceited.MacroEconomist

    Keynes - because economics will incresingly rule the world, the greatest danger to the futures of youth is elderly macroeconomists where fame maks them compete to superpower over peoples  

     Boulding: ****the historic significance of capitalism is precisely a society in which exchange has become a more important source of power than threat**** in his book economics as science

    Von hayek- given the fatal conceit in my profession, I really think you shouldn't be doing this - awarding me a first Nobel Prize in economics 
    freedom of speech and everything about the future you want, NOW depends on enough people knowing how to play the value exchange game - and why that isnt exactly what the game of monopoly teaches - an exchange is where each side says I wants something from you so let's work out what I can do for you and purposefully improve on this over time through hi-trust communal feedback
    debate difference between true capitalism and phoney capitalism
    • agree on a picture like that on the right- we have seen cases where one of the 10 coordinates shown felt the system had betrayed their greatest trust, and so zeroised the organsaition or network (even ones that accountants had been reprorting record profits ahd $100 billion equity
    •  start discussing multi-win models - see our 4 favorites from 36 years of debates with entrepreneuruial revoltionaries
    • choose say 12 markets whose future purpose is most vital to sustaining your children - and use media to agree what the greatest human purpose and corresponding mkilennium goals are that need investing in to fee each market and youth's working lives in serving the most valuable purpose
    • get those (including all parents?) who save across generations to throw out speculators from banking systems and capital markets - eg next time there is a bailout (which means taking your childrens money to refinance a bank) wipe out shareholders; let them set lawyers on old managers and any politicians their pr's lobbied; keep savings accounts safe; restructure bank so that it invests in youth productivity and sustaining communities not bubbles, and not trapping people in debt

    Goodwill explains up to 90% of value impacts of any organsaition in a networked economy- yet no nation yet requires that organisations it licences to audit goodwii. 20 years of research has proved the following reciprocal relationship - the purposeful question" who would uniquely miss what if your organsaition did not exist?, has the reciprocal question why let your organisation contnue to exist if it has broken my life-crtiical trust it promised to serve

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    valuetrue capitalism maps how each side win-win-win from other sides communal purpose over time -this  goes back over 250 years to the criteria of free markets adam smith demanded freedom of speech questioned - he talked about the transparency of community markets where a rogue trader might fool some of the people but not for long and not for too big to fail! - the journal of social business edited by adam smith scholars at his alma mater Glasgow University advises people of any other tongue how to build up from adam's hi-trust ideas to such constructs as sustainable global vilage networking first mapped by schumacher (another keynes alumni) - we have a library of free articles for you to choose and translate from

    phoney capitalism spins a monopoly, a non-free maket - one side rules by saying I want to take more and more from all of you- esentially this is what rules when global accountants audit only how much one side has profited/extracted withouth how much has it sustains other sides- phoney capitalism can only result in exponentai meltdown becuase so much has been extracetd from system that its unsustainable for human lives or for nature or for both
     
     

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  • MORE ABOUT WHERE VALUING NETGEN CAME FROM

    - in the 1990s I was working with big 5 accountants; I argued for a missing audit they needed to do as regularly as their monetisation audit; I called this how goodwill modelling multiplies value around a gravitational purspoe ewhise gials all sides want to progress over time; it turns out that in knowlege scetors over 90% of the future is bayesian predicatbale on quality of goodwill relationships-3 yeras before andersen crashed I usd this model to warn them that if they stoped multiplying conflicts around true and fair they would be zeroised by society- I didnt succeed in getting my advice to be acted on but at that time unseen wealth publications made by brookings and georgetwon had just been banned by the incolimng bush adminsitration - who didnt like to be told that without the second aidt risks would compound unseen- every collapse USA has seen a hand in during 2000s (and viralised to other nations since 2008) can be traced to this mathenatical error

    what can be done about this mess
    -debate difference between true cpaitalism and phoney capitalsim
    choose say 12 markets hose future purpose is most vital to sustaining your children - and use media to aggree what the greatest huan purspose and corresponding mkilennium goals are that need investing in
    get thse who save across generations to throw out speculators from bankiing systems - eg next time there is a bailout (which means taking your childrens money to refinace a bank) wipe out sharehilers; let them set lawyers on old managers and any politicians their pr's lobbied; keep savings acconts safe; restructure bank so that it invests in youth productivity and sustaining communities not bubbles, and trapping people in debt
    -if you do this today's millions times more coalbration technology than a generation ago can make the next decade the most productive time and joyful for youty and everyine to be alive instead of the most dismal time where natios led by old macroecnomist put youth out of work
    DO YOU KNOW...
    Q: Original Purpose of Economics? A The Scotland of the 1750s was at the end of a first generation to have found their country taken over by England's Empire., So Adam Smith was motivated to start writing about how to design systems so that peoples could could look forward to their next generation sustaining more productive lives than they had had ... 7 quarters later keynes general theory issued humanity's greatest challenge- economics as a systems science had reached the state that only economics rules the world ... moreQ: What do the man-made systems that rule the world look like? A Purposeful value exchanges composed round 5 main flows of how productively peoples lives are used and 5 main demands human beings make as co-workers, customers, owners, stewards of the globe, stewards of society at the village level - moreQ: Why can't human race in 21st C be sustained with choice of economics made by 20th C biggest banks and govs etc? A Long Story: ER alumni are in their 37th year of offering debating scripts eg1 on wht some industrial age systems after world war 2 were designed to be too big to exist as the first net generation became more connected than separated by geographical borders ... What is known is that 2010s is most exciting decade to be an entrpreneur because our impacts define what will be possible for all our childrens' children more 

    World Class Brands are in 25th year (as a subnetwork of Norman Macrae's Entrepreneurial Revolution) of helping sustain the most purposeful organsiations or markets in the world. Core to any charter of purpose is a quiz revolving round this question
    - who would uniquely miss what if this didn't exist?. From this Q&A's list of trust-flows, economics maps how to connect producers and demanders of the exchange in multi-win models of purpose. Henceforth, potential conflicts with this goodwill model are audited and resolved at every cycle so that unique purpose is celebrated to lead the future by continuously multiplying the most value and trust. This model provides the simplest benchmark around all exponential impact metrics of sustainability investement can be calculated and the transparency of all multi-win models are webbed around pro-youth economics. Questions welcomed chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk washington dc hotline 1 301 881 1655

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    Muhammad Yunus expresses faith in entrepreneurs at G20 summit

    Posted on: November 23, 2011
    Category: News

    Microfinance Focus, November 4, 2011: Professor Muhammad Yunus was invited to deliver a key note speech during the G20 Young Entrepreneurs Summit held in Nice, France. Professor Yunus addressed an audience of more than 400 entrepreneurs from all G20 countries. In his speech, he shared his personal entrepreneurship experiences, his faith in young entrepreneurs to be the pillars of society and the need to include poor countries in the discussion process in making global decisions.

    Professor Yunus being an entrepreneur himself started off creating the Grameen Bank that provides microfinance services to the poor who had little access to financial provisions. From that, he ventured into a wide number of social businesses such as Grameen Nursing College, Grameen Eyecare Hospitals, Grameen Shakti, etc.

    He has always considered young entrepreneurs to be the most effective solution for the future. He said “In my opinion, G20 YES is a fabulous initiative, gathering so much energy and momentum from all over the world. Because of their creativity and leadership, provided that they commit to share the value they create, these 400 young entrepreneurs in this room can change the world.”

    Professor Yunus is also a member of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) Advocacy Group, advising the Secretary General of the United Nations. Hence, he believes that the next generation of youths should be handed over the process of the MDGs as soon as possible. He believes that entrepreneurs will have a key role to play in fulfilling the MDGs, if they are committed to the social value created by their companies, and social business can be part of the solutions.

    In his speech, he added that the G20 needed to broaden its scope to deal with the current world crisis. It can no longer remain a political forum with economic agendas. The G20 needs to create a social agenda as well. Professor Yunus proposes that ‘social business’ should be brought to the agenda of G20, as one of the concrete and effective solutions to be considered for immediate implementation so as to guide capitalistic investment towards social value and jobs creation, rather than sheer profit maximization strategies. A social business is a cause-driven business where profits stay within the company for its sustainability.

    Lastly, Professor Yunus concluded that the G20 should be expanded into the G25, where poor countries from each continent should be included in the global agenda which they are part of. He added that “Their problems are inter-related with others, and their proposals of solutions should be considered by the most economically advanced countries in making global decisions. A G25 would be a big step toward ensuring that global social issues are raised, and MDGs implementation is fully shared on the global agenda. And finally, because fighting poverty together is the only way to bring long lasting peace in this world.”

    Source: http://www.microfinancefocus.com/muhammad-yunus-expresses-faith-entrepreneurs-g20-summit

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     Mapping is a process of discovery. Crucially maps are only as usable as updating correctness of bottom up information. Think of your own use of a map. You look for the "you are here arrow". You want to be directed to somewhere/someone you dont know how to get to; you want your return vist to be safe as well as a value multiplying win-win.
    Does anyone remember the simplest findings of einstein and jon von neumann. Einstein proved that to innovate more value you need to go more micro in what you model; von neumann showed that there is more value to be networked by interfacing safe flows across systems instead of ruling over separation of boundaries. There isnt a single global metrics profession that gets these mathematical -and natural - principles right. Unless we change this global markets will cycle through ever greater collapse and more and more communities will lose sustainability. Mapmaking is that critical an idea to what the net genration will achieve in 2010s; but its also one that children from primary age up can action learn. Its simple. Its just that it works the other way round from top-down people's fatal conceit.
    It explores how to make the invisible principles and practices of real wealth creation visible, and therefore useable. Our planet needs case studies underline the search for new win-wins that build ‘system integrity’
    Trust-flow is the unseen wealth to invest sustainability in. Tranpsarently mapped it develops a goodwill gravity  tyhat invites with roleplayer in a community to multiply goodwill while sustaining their own cashflow.. Trust is not some vague, mushy, abstract warm-hearted sentiment. It is an economic powerhouse – probably just as economically and socially important as oil.
    The point is, there are specific things you need to do to get trust flowing, just as there are specific things you need to do to get oil flowing. And like oil trust has a dark side. Right now, the world is awash with the carbon emissions which threaten the stability and sustainability of its ecosystems. Right now, the world is also awash with the ‘carbon emission’ of trust – mistrust. Indeed it may well be that our ability to tackle the one issue – the threat of environmental catastrophe – depends on our ability to tackle the other issue: how to generate, deepen, extend and sustain trust.>br>But what is the best way of doing this? One thing is for sure. You don’t build and sustain trust via some sentimental exercise of goodwill to all and sundry. There are three very simple principles at the heart of effective trust generation. 
    First, trust is generated via win-win relationships. It’s virtually impossible to generate or sustain trust without mutual benefit for those involved. But beneficial outcomes are not enough in themselves. For trust to be built and sustained, both sides need to signal a demonstrable commitment to finding win-win ways forward. Such a  commitment may require real changes to what we say and do. Second, real ‘win-wins’ are hardly ever purely financial or material. You don’t build trust simply by walking away with more cash in your pocket. Trust works at all the dimensions and levels of human exchange. Yes, it’s about financial and material rewards. But it’s also about purpose (what people want to achieve). It’s about politics with a small ‘p’: the use and abuse of power, the crafting and application of rules of fair play. And it’s about emotions: the sometimes overwhelmingly strong emotions, both positive and negative, that are generated when people deal with other peopleWhat’s constitutes a ‘win’ – a sense of real improvement – is therefore highly specific. It depends absolutely on the details of who the parties are, what they are trying to achieve, in what context. Building trus, therefore involves discovering these specifics. Just as oil doesn’t flow out of the ground, get refined and pump its way into motor vehicles automatically and without effort, so identifying and doing what is necessary to get trust flowing requires dedicated, skilled effort. It requires a disciplined, structured process, not a vague sentiment.

    3) Third, even if we do steps 1) and 2) there’s still a good chance it won’t succeed. Why? Because it ignores an invisible third factor. In the real world, purely two way bilateral relationships don’t exist. There is always a third party whose interests or outcomes are affected by what the other two parties do but who is not a party to the contract. The environment is a case in point. Producers and consumers may both benefit from buying and selling to each other – but what happens if, in doing so, they destroy the environment they both depend on?

    This raises a hugely important question. When two parties pursue win-wins and build mutual trust, are they doing so in a way which creates a win and builds trust for the third party at the same time? Or are they simply pushing the problems – and the mistrust – further down the line on to this third party? Building vigorous, healthy networks of trust is a different kettle of fish to ‘you scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours’ win-win conspiracies. It requires a Map of all the key relationships plus careful consideration of knock-on consequences. It requires a different perspective.

    These three simple, basic steps do not happen automatically. They need to be worked at. The territory needs to be deliberately Mapped and explored. What’s more, there are obstacles in our way – mental and practical obstacles that need to be cleared. Prevailing economic theories about ‘rational economic man’ for example, deny the need to commit to win-win outcomes. Instead, they promote supposedly ‘rational’ (i.e. narrowly selfish behaviours) which actively undermine trust The same theories insist that the only valid measure of human benefit is money, thereby excluding from consideration many of the biggest opportunities for improvement. Meanwhile many vested interests do not want to extend the circle of trust to third parties and complete networks because their positions of power depend on their ability to take advantage of the weaknesses of these third parties. That’s another job for Mapping: helping to identify and mount such obstacles.
    The potential benefits of doing so are unthinkably huge. They start with a simple negative: the relief that comes from when you stop banging your head against a brick wall. Mistrust breeds wasteful, wealth destroying conflict that tends to feed on itself. Anger and hatred engender anger and hatred. Simply easing or stopping the terrible waste of mistrust would transform prospects for many millions of people. We desperately need to find ways of doing this. Then there are the positive benefits. Understanding the real nature of human wealth – all those dimensions of purpose, ‘politics’ and emotion as well as money and material comfort – means we can start being human again; human in the way we think, and act. What’s more, many of these intangible benefits won’t cost a penny. They’re there for the taking, if only we puts our minds to it.
    But there’s more, because trust is also an economic superpower in its own right. In the pages that follow we will show conclusively that material and financial riches are also dependent on trust. In fact, we will argue the case for going one step further. We will say that material and financial riches are a by-product of trust: the visible fruits of invisible, intangible human exchange. Once you understand that sustainable cash flows are a by-product of sustainable trust flows, your understanding of what makes a successful business is transformed.
    Separately, each of these three fruits – reducing the waste of conflict, unleashing the potential intrinsic benefits of human exchange, and energising the sustainable creation of material wealth – are massive in their own right. Put them together and they represent a vast new continent of opportunity.
    As we said, this book is addressed to entrepreneurs and system  innovation revolutionaries. Wherever you happen to be, whatever the change you want to make is, the principles explored in this book apply. The wish to change and the will to change are not the same as being able to change successfully. For that you need to understand your territory. You will need new Maps

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    0.1 Has a continental or worldwide search solutions on job creation that can be replicated across communities been organised before this EU launch of Nov 2011?
    While alumni of entrepreneurial economics have always valued job creation searches- we know of no clear evidence that this has been top of mind in the way that continental-wide government has operated since 1984 even though it was scripted by The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant as the number 1 question the first net generation would need to mediate if sustainable futures and humanity's most needed millennium goals are to be served
    what's different about nov 2011 is 4 top directorates of the EU have nailed their future reputation to this search -more
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