welcome to home of global youth's greatest survey - who do you linkin as world record job creators? where is happiest space young people or their mentors can be- brac always on - and you tell us

Timelines Partnerships in world record job creation:
1972 The Economists' UG clarifies Sustainability Millennials Exponentials depend on how 4000 times more budget is spent on GTC -Global Tech Cmmunications- 2030 versus 1946. How? doubling of spend every 7 years -eg 46 to 53 von neumann computing ; 63-70 start of era of satellites ,moon landing, moores law computer chips -help timeline by place and jobs opportunity at www.futurecapitalism.tv - also summaries in right hand sidebar.Please note many 2015 postings DIARISE BACK FROM FUTURE SO YOU CAN JOIN IN!


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Thursday, August 10, 2000

ning all youth economies world is a mooc

0 free glocal markets - if adam smith could choose to free 7 trillion dollar global markets first to sustain local youth's brilliant lifetimes wherever born we suggest he'd choose liberating these 7 market's most value multiplying human purposes first:
  • 7 open-tech and hi-trust media,
  • 6 education for jobs,
  • 5 clean energy for machines and humans.
  • 4 banks and multi-win investment models for the entrepreneur in everyone,
  • 3 health and wellbeing,
  • 2 borderless peace and cross-cultural safety,
  • 1 do no evil of public and professional servants -rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk if you vote for a different 7 markets to free -or MOOC - first in 2013
  • 0.1 21st version of saying a leader cannot change until the people change- if there is a difference between the purpose of a market sector between view of 11 year olds and speculators, please vote to free purpose of 11 year olds





    sector11-year old valuetrue purpose of sectorspeculators -make a killing by
    housing.safe, joyful community to grow in.using banks and politicians to bubble property prices up and down
    healthcare.affordably make ill people healthy sharing life critical info so we can all help.making society spend ever more on drugs and lawyers
    more..
    1 Capital : A place can only sustain growth if capital is structured so that family's saving's are invested in next generation's productivity out of that place - book london capital market; crisis anticipation The Economist 1972 -The Next 40 Years - "get this principle muddled with balance of payment pressures" and global financial system will collapse in 2010s

    2 Net Generation A - and post-industrial revolution can be worldwide youth's most productive, sustainable and purpose-heroic time only if multi-win models are designed to replace zero-sum models

    2.1 Net Generation A1 - The post industrial revolution can celebrate abundancy economics replacing scarcity economics. This is because open knowledge multiplies value in use whereas things could only get consumed up. References between 1972 (first seeing youth knowledge sharing around a digital network and 1984, The Economist published 4 system changing inquiries in the Entrepreneurial Revolution Series:
    1972- Future history of next 40 years- short-term fixes made in 20th C which need to be wholly reconfigured in global financial system is not to collapse in 20102
    1976 Entrepreneurial Revolution - why none of 20th C largest organisational typologies is fit for sustaining 21st C
    1982 intrapreneurial now- now service is the majority of the economy we need to model how service value multiplies in wholly different ways that manufacturing thins- bossy management needs to disappear and emotionally intelligent service leadership needs to be what organisations are designed around - discuss economics of manufacturing is dead, long live jobs of makers
    1984 net generation - in line with schumacjhers 2 million global village networking economy transformation of rules need to go further for generations of a borderless world to thrive; economic models need to go above zero-sum which can be exponentially achieved through time if goodwill is defined round mapping win-win-win between value exchanges constituencies of productivity and demand

    3 Net Generation B - a nation's credit ratings should not be ranked primarily on debt that elders have got into but how well that place is investing in millions times more collaboration technology than any previous generation had access to

    4 Entrepreneurial Revolution (ER) A - None of 20th C largest system typologies is capable of sustaining growth of the Net Generation. The quest for hybrid partnerships or new organisational typologies is the most exciting innovation challenge economics has ever faced -reference The Economist 25 Dec 1976

    4 ER B Intrapreneurial Now - The majority of the world's economy is now, and henceforth will be, service economy. That is where people are value more than machines even though organisations cannot own people. Great service organsiations will end bossy top-down management. The main molecule of the service economy is the team franchise - often this is designed by a small team through many years practice before replication. Probably the majority of all new jobs will come from franchsie models that are replicated across communites so that most of the value of production stays in the community where the service is interacted

    4 ER C Designing Net Generation Jobs 1984-2024 - we can map 3 billion jobs that will require transparent bottom up modeling and ending externalisation across boundaries. Expect a billion to connect to green energy, food, zeroising waste; 1 billion jobs to relate to children having a fair chance of a productive life in whichever global village they are born; a billion jobs being unimaginable until we understand digital's death of distance and
    mobile app replicability anywhere anytime

    5 21st C Nation Economics - Until we can celebrate living in a cross-cultural and borderless world, it is vital that the largest creditor nation of any decade is cheered on for leading the next great innovation that advances the worldwide human lot at the same time as its won peoples. Enough world citizen public media will be needed to celebrate the most heroic millennium goals. Youth(and those who educate or mentor youth) will be wise to choose their greatest heroines and heroes in line with designing this future.

    6 Exponential Maths Keynes 1 - As economics increasingly rules the world of man-made systems, economists will either design or destroy the life-critical market purposes that most people need. The exponential impact metrics that economists have a do-no evil responsibility to map pose a critical valuation problem. By definition an exponential looks flat until it reaching a tipping point - which if downwards- is also close to irreversibility (or at very least far more costly to reconcile than if the conflicts in a system had not been alowed to spiral to that stage)

    6 Exponential Maths 2 - Compound 9.1% real growth annually over 40 years and one generation of a place can sustain 32 times wealth and health

    7 currency economics has become the most dangerous system to the future of youth, and all of us. make sure we the people discuss what currency is and spins in every way, at every age, and through every demographic your place intends to integrate truly and fairly

    8 taxes for bottom-up community-building services (eg ensuring every child's rights) are admirable things- taxes collected for layers of top-down government to rule over you are quite undesirable. two propositions for increasingly borderless third millennium : never let top-down layers of government spend more than 25% of the average person's life; keep taxes simple and harmonious with other places


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    Norman Macrae

    Chronological Curriculum of Pro-Youth Economics Lessons as
    1 Scottish teenager in Stalin's Moscow, Hitler's
    Continent and as RAF Navigator in world war over modern-day Bangladesh and
    Myanmar - mid 1930s to 1945

    2 Last class of students in Cambridge
    taught by Keynes 1945-1948

    3 First decade at The Economist 1948-1958 - on London's
    Capital market and the birth of the NHS, the EU and the end of the BBC's freedom

    4 Second decade at The Economist - on first signed survey
    consider Japan, start of annual country impact surveys 1958-1968

    5 Third decade at The Economist- on seeing youth knowledhe-sharing around earlydigital network; start of why not economics' entrepreneurial revolution series including the net generation's post-industrial revolution 1968-1978 - also regionalnext century's egAsia Pacific as exponentially sustainable growth's and pro-youth's world leader
    1976-2075; Neurotic Trillion ire start to America's 3rd century

    6 Fourth decade at The Economist - Mapping the net net
    generation's 3 billion new jobs, how a borderless world cant afford compounding risks at boundaries and will need to increasingly free itself from top--down politicians-
    2010s as worldwide youth's most productive time. Review of the first 100 Hobarts- currency as macroeconomist's greatest system crisis -or in Norman's words "right old muddle"

    7 First Decade of retirement includes biography of Von Neumann and nearly 7 years of weekly editorials for Sunday Times -future history of privatisation- Cato supplement on: end of politicians or end of people's sustainability?

    8 2nd decade of retirement: Some concluding articles including Consider Bangladesh and centenary speech for Von Neumann
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