NEXT 3 BILLION
JOBS WORTHY OF HUMAN LIVELIHHODS & NATURES PLANET
There's a lot of work to do on these next billion job compasses
-future of nutritious
food security, clean water and energy , health and community safety
-future of open education and linking in youth open tech wizards all round
the world to the most social apps and microfranchsie solutions
-future of public service, commons and infrastructires, professions that sustain
exponentail futures and win-win at borders, and help peoples envision most job creating purpose of each trillion dolar market
Where do you find any good news on the future of the university?
resources -grandad -his last friend;
his bequest world record book of jobcreators
Thanks to Naila Chowdhury 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
isabella @unacknowledgedgiant.com august 2014 -
Being from family tree of internationalist Scots interested
in systems designed to opitimalise all humans (notably sustaining all our childrens) livelihoods (productive freedoms
as entrepreneurially described in opening lines of 1776 declaration of Independence) I suggest rewinding to 1758 when Adam
Smith published theory of moral sentiments .
Q1 To integrate every cultural viewpoint please tell us of other starting points
for exploring open systems -eg Yin & Yang Exercise 1 would you vote for or against von hayek's assertion that one of the 10 most dismal things after world war
2 was the way the Nobel Prize siloised the Yin of Peace from the Yang of economics (twitter about what consequences of mastering
valuation and professionalism spiralled from separating these 2 types of system designers?)
My father Norman Macrae spent his last days as teenager navigating airplanes over modern-day Bangladesh. He survived, went up to Cambridge to
be mentored by Keynes. Keynes' last few pages of General Theory define economics to be blended with designing peaceful futures-
he specifically says because "increasingly futures are designed by economists" the greatest risks to the futures
of next generations are elderly economists who either make an erroneous assumption in their system of rules, or where innovation
changes the rules.
Q2 have you ever been empowered to learn not only how to administer a system of rules but also to ask
whether the system is reaching the limits of its sustainability? If so do you know of a case where the professionals who operated
the system led the change-over to a new system exponentially ahead of time?
After Keynes my father worked as The
Economist's pro-youth economist.
In his 1972 survey of the next 40 years he called for a review of all the short-terms fixes that politicians and economists
had made before the net generation emerged at start of the 21st century in the midst of the greatest media and productivity
revolution our human race has ever explored.
Without such a review the survey predicts total meltdown of the global financial
system in the 2010s. Q3 my daughter inspired by those such as Muhammad Yunus twinning future capitals along Road
to Atlanta Nov 2015 http://youthcreativelab.blogspot.com has started up a blog http://21herstory.blogspot.com - if you do find a macroeconomic rule that you feel the poorest women have a right to ask the world to reconsider please
come and co-blog it
What are the system designs that jobs creating youth might want economist to revalue urgently?
Here are some of my favorites - Q4 what are yours?
First wont many of us as knowhow networkers want to opitimise
our virtual/worldwide poroductivities not just those confined within a single nation's borders? If so how does the professor's
opening framework linkin that?
if economics is to represents the productivities and demands of 99% of people not be commissioned as the vested
interest of 1%, isnt it better to adopt the Keynes view that economics devalues itself as soon as it becomes politically tribal
or mediated by big moneys vested interests?
Third whenever you look at an economic framework- ask (as any mathematician
is honor bound to do) what choices it actually censors out from even questioning the human worth of. Some that concern
me most in helping hosts twinning youth jobs summits across capitals (what world bank jim kim calls the defining social movement
of the net generation) are:
--why are all currencies designed by governments - what we see from the most inspired
digital experiments of ending poverty is cashless banking which could be sustained by a worldwide youth currency
--collaboration (way above zero-sum models)
is the open source advantage of the net generation - how are its dynamics represented in any ruling economic
model; and more specifically does the model wholly value how knowhow can multiply value in use unlike the industrial age scarcities
caused by consuming up things --it becomes pretty clear that old economic
models are framed to make the case that abundant/renewable sources such as open education and solar are "not economic".
BUT in the world I want my daughter to live in any such model is not merely as inconvenient truth -dismally it turns
the economist into a less trustworthy character than my profession as a statistician is dubbed with (liars, damned liars,
and S)Ending much more joyfully, I would recommend www.ineteconomics.org as a benchmark - its the bright side of Europe's east today https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BU1qSQzTN7kits the bottom-up billionnaire George Soros' invitation to youth to rethink economics
from the ground up, and why shouldn't khan academy's next theme help with that in such a way that Open Society, Open Source,
Open everything possible is valued the way nature does in selecting who are to be the players on her whole planet