the world record book of job creation thanks and amychina

Dont you just love economics and media? aka jobs and the curriculum of youth economics
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2020,2019,2018 = now!
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Sustaining fully employed youth and 100$ graduate degrees
Conscious Post Its
why parents need to mentor kids in email curriculum k-12
Can world's biggest broken system be fixed? - yes only with mass collaboration
The Games of World Record Job Creation
how to value partners
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9* Sir Fazle Abed
1* Jack Ma
where is #learninggeneration going to and coming from?
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8* Muhammad Yunus
which corporations/sectors are making education their main corporate responsibility
America's number 1 crisis - antisocial media -god bless us
pro-youth banking 2012) and jobs education (2017)
What would world miss if JYK hadnt existed 2012-2022?
HOwen OPEN space
Alumni of Gandhi/Mandela
Emperor Hirohito ( Showa ) One of Greatest Leaders ever by Norman Macrae
Newest branches of POP - West Africa 014, Vatican 013, World Bank 012
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Grassroots rural networks save the world
Diary of , and myUNuslab
When are Bono's Pop Stars On Song in Claiming investing 10% in Agriculture best way to end poverty
Exponential Goals
44th annual newsletter of elearning millennials and job creation started at The Economist
Comparing world bank #2030now structure wit other millennials world class end poverty networks
business models
bangla economic miracle lesson 1 first trillion dollar audit of a sustainable nation is healthcare
valuing millennials
Help curate Soros ineteconomic invitation to millennials to rethink economics and open society
inbox; could the next 5 years of elearning make or Break our human RACE
Game 1 Top 10 Open Universities that value youth most?
valuetrue search for most human value of internet
Saving Youth - Top 100 Videos to Viralise people i wish i had introduced the poor world's greatest jobs creator to
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20 classes -cataloguing frames of partners in publishing world record job creation
Why nature will not sustain human species unless act now on biggest mistakes economists made Q3 C21
Which brand most collaboratively values millennials goals to 2030?
will partnerships of catholic universities be first to free business curriculum 21st women and youth
Course World Record Job Creators -by friends of The Economist's Macrae's Net Generation's Heroes
Leapfrogging curriculum- humanity's greatest value multiplying revolution
MillennialHealth Curriculum - next half billion jobs
Dont you just love economics and media? aka jobs and the curriculum of youth economics
1758 birth of moral viewpoint of economics as social action
Will enough Under 35 year olds know how to map goodwill value chains for 21st to sustain human race?
Mindset's Great Escape: elders economics war on youth
Curriculum of safe community banking
Curriculum of The Web as I envisaged it, we have not seen it yet. The future is still so much bigger
Diary of when/where youth can linkin to sustain world
2030 curriculum of Gandhi - year 14 of gossiping good news of OMAGINE
Nobel Peace Summit Curriculum Competition
curriculum of washington dc - worst of best pro-youth capital
Conscious Capitalism $64 Trillion Dollar Curriculum - Purpose of Hi-Trust banking 99% of humans need
Who was missing from cast of first social good summit-mooc?
9 minute mooc - youth futures depend on whether ceos sustain or destroy value chains
Which trillion dollar markets have even one ceo leading best for youth futures
debates with big funders of end poverty schemes
will media barons ever learn to value connections between likes and dislikes?
The Future History of Social Business Since 1976
how does conscious capitalism relate to valuetrue exchange
VT & collaboration entrepreneur revolution of micrifranchies and bottom-up value chain mapping
VT and the compound risks of unseen wealth
The Economist & Bangladesh - VT & 1976's 2 great calls for wholeplanet redesign of 21st C systems :
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Book Introduction to economics of youth
chris macrae linkedin



Don't you just love economics and media? aka curriculum of youth economics

You might think that parents, teachers and children would want to study what determines whether the future of a place will be job-rich or job poor. Wonderful developments in this course were assembled by Maynard Keynes in the 1930s. What happened next was doubly tragic for the human race. World War 2 happened -evil and fear touched ever hemisphere of our planet. Then the educational systems of the winning nations of world war 2 not only blocked access to studying Keynes, over the next quarter of a century Keynes language and mindset  were so inconvenient to those who powered over the biggest decisions that the actual constructs he had clarified were polluted.

Why and how this happened involved very local cultural and geopolitical  pressures and loss of human trust. My father spent 1947-1972 diarising this in The Economist . He had such unique vantage points as being the only journalist at Messina where the European Union was born or being assigned to track how the emergence of the National Health Service turned out for better or for worse  Father was 38 in 1962 when he was first permitted to sign a survey in The Economist. It celebrated Japan, whose planes he had battled, as the nation having best impacts on the world and best compound consequences for its peoples livelihoods


 By 1972 the job number 1 of economists that peers of Keynes had agreed in the 1930 : designing systems to help unite the human race in ending poverty was lost from what over 99% of Western economists believed their purpose to be. Big not better had become embedded in this and other ruling professions. It was from this context that seeing early student experiments in digital learning networks in 1972 was to be a life changing moment for father and I .


Being 21 I went off to the UK's National Development Project for Computer Assisted Learning as my first job. I hadnt lived through Europe and Asian crises the way my father had as son of a british consular stationed during the 1930s in such hot spots as Stalin's Moscow and places were people were fleeing Hitler's continental madness. I hadnt spent my last days as a teenager navigating RAF planes over modern day Bangladesh. I hadnt married the wife of the Scottish Barrister who spent 25 years in dialogue with Gandhi ultimately to write up the legalese of India's independence. So I was future shocked by the 1984 book I contributed to. I was innocently questioning how wonderful innovations of te net generation could be. My father frned the book as the last system's chance humanity would get to prevent Orwellian Big Brother being our species destiny.


Norman Macrae died in 2010. In 2008 he met Muhammad Yunus the most cheerful meeting he had with an economist since dinner parties with George Soros in the 1980s. Dad got out his pen for one last time to contextualise the miracle of 15 million Bangladesh village mothers grassroots networking to solve Keynes greatest challenge - ending village poverty. The World Record Book of Job Creators is a search motivated by such mediations as well as who chose to link their job creating maps with remembrance parties of Norman Macrae. We welcome your suggestions of links if youth economics and future of good jobs everywhere is a colaborative search that you enjoy doing now

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Obituaries - Norman Macrae - UG,  

Family Foundation : Remembrance Celebrations Youth Economics & Open Education

Video:The Economist Board Remembers

As far as we know the only 2 videos of Norman are on: 

 Bank  ;   Health  ;   Is Gates grounded enough?   Is it enetrpreneurial for 85 people to have more resources designing future of planet than 3 billion

Norman's last articles

 Entrepreneurial Revolution archives out of The Economist

online library of norman macrae-- 

1984 Future History of Net Generation to 2025- sustainability or not of human race depends on open learning search for 30000 microfrachises and investing in millennials goals. Why not a borderless world empowering women and 25-35 year old professionals of 2015-2025 to be the most connecetd, educated, collaborative the human race has every enjoyed growing up with?

is any computer science major (or any parent) interested in affordable education also interested in MOOCYUNUS or MOOCwho's world record job creation who 



Which is the most valuable job creating brand partnbership helping millenials to unite human race - study how did The Economist, BBC and Grameen all lose this open society pitch? 



 Leapfrogging - empowers huge numbers approaching billions of people (typically ppoorest) to be 10 times more productive and sustainable than ever before -how many ways to leapfrog are there

proven ways involve mobile (eg cashless banking, nanocredit)) or solar energy where people previpusly had no banks or were off grid

learning will offer many ways - check out the story of - its leader owns 2 elearning satellitees - one for africa , one for asia- he's looking for urgent missing curricula like how to stop viruses from spreading -in other words his motivations mempower people to serve communities with life critical solutions and productivity whose value stays in the commnity- this sint what 99% of teachers have been emploted to do in the past

could the free nursing college be the first elearning leapfrog - if not what do you want the first elearning elapfrog to be? 

WISE SUMMITS EXPLORE LEARNING FUTURES - this year's fall 2014 summit is exploring views like Chomski's below - for more on chomski and video go to this link - for more on WISE go to this  web  and this linkedin group


Passing tests doesn’t begin to compare with searching and inquiring and into pursuing topics that engages and excite us. That’s far more significant than passing tests. In fact, if that’s the kind of educational career that you’re given the opportunity to pursue, you will remember what you’ve discovered. There’s a famous physicist, a world famous physicist right here at MIT who, like a lot of the senior faculty, was teaching freshmen courses, he once said that in his freshmen course, students will ask, “What are we going to cover this semester?” His standard answer was, “It doesn’t matter what we cover, it matters what you discover.”


That’s what teaching ought to be; inspiring students to discover on their own, to challenge if they don’t agree, to look for alternatives if they think there are better ones, to work through the great achievements of the past and try to master them on their own because they’re interested in them. If that’s the way a teaching is done, students will really gain from it and will, not really remember what they studied, but will be able to use it as a basis for growing, on their own. Again, education is really aimed to just helping students get to the point where they can learn on their own because that’s what you’re going to do for your life, not just to absorb materials given to you from the outside and repeat it.



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