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Friday, August 31, 2012

economics of manufacturing is dead, long live makers jobs

Its quite dismal how few economists have engaged consistently and pro-actively in this debate first opened up for worldwide interaction by dad's article in The Economist of 1982 (Intrapreneurial Now- extract below)- the time at which the majority of developed economies had become service economies and were heading towards knowledge economies as the only sustainable future   - help us discuss the opportunities of linking into this debate and the risks of not

.OPPORTUNITIES
the number 1 job creating alumni network in the world hubs round MIT in Boston - where makers.are still celebrated more than any other kind of student

(2012)innovations vol 7 issue 3 MIT press has a superb issue on Making in America
.RISKS
because most mindsets of economists - let alone the data they churn on the nightly news is stuck in the industrial era they bury so much political discourse  in  history so  failing to ever make a start on the journey  to create the next 3 billion jobs (if you want some details on how the EU in Brussels has failed on starting this for over 20 years now - the first time I was asked to research the impact of Brussels'  grants -on that occasion for whole of Portugal)..

economists stuck in industrial and tv ad age era  also fail to mediate - let alone value -million times more collaboration technology. Such economists are designing the exact opposite of what leaders of 2010s www.wholeplanet.tv = youths most productive decade need to mobilise inter-generational investment in
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