Why The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant recommended Grameen as the first economics case for schools Normal Macrae's obituary in The Economist in June 2010 called him the unacknowledged giant. His…Continue
after banks, arms and universities, i sometimes wonder if cars cause politicians to make less economic decisions than any other sector - yet a lot has also happened in the last few years and i would…Continue
Why The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant recommended Grameen as the first economics case for schools Normal Macrae's obituary in The Economist in June 2010 called him the unacknowledged giant. His optimistic reporting of humanity was caused by being mentored by Maynard Keynes that economics designs the peoples' futures but depends on what logics are valued as axiomatic Norman's writings at The Economist - the cultural lens journalist used at The Economist during the second half of the 20th…See More
after banks, arms and universities, i sometimes wonder if cars cause politicians to make less economic decisions than any other sector - yet a lot has also happened in the last few years and i would love your editorial help in understanding economic and uneconomic decisions here's my suggestion to hollande if he doesnt want peugeot to be a suicidal decision - turn aulnay into a thempark for car lovers the way volkswagen has at wolfsburg - a car lovers themepark/upmarket conference centre I also…See More
FutureoUniversity.doc The future of education that my family has sought since 1972 celebrates educators who are passionate about helping youth create jobs and demand purposeful working lifetimes. What changed our lives in 1972 was an early example of internetworking. We saw 500 undergraduates interacting simultaneously around a digital network in one of the first experiments of what was…See More
.Haiti is the original practice service area of www.partnersinhealth.org- one of the top 5 heroic medical networks. Better yet their co-founder was appointed as head of world bank at end of jne 2012 - can a practice leader bring more change than general economic theorists? (ed note over the years entrepreneurial revolutionaries in health are perhaps our greatest category of…See More
Macrae remembrance party 1 at The Economist Boardroom Nov 2010 - chance to search 34 years of entrepreneurial revolution networks since dad's call to change economics to sustain net generation Xmas Day 1976 The Economist- can we co-host a party with you in search of pro-youth economists -eg party 2 with www.taddyblecher.com ; party 3 with Japan economists and embassies
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Value chain summits
Posted by chris macrae on June 16, 2012…"
"the paper i sent some of you previously on seeing value chain of education as first one to collaboratively transform to a 10 times more youth-productive world wont be that much different when re-edited for content but i think this sort of table…"
facebook is just the most wasteful of 2 decades of ipos (remember the dotbombs)its not just that every player in the ipo process is rewarded for extracting the most from a system design just when its at its greatest leverage junction ever up or down- its that numbers people have wrongly modelled goodwill (see research on unseen wealth) goodwill auditing should integrate analysis of: is your future compounding a rising exponential…See More
correspondence 1hisoricly energy such as oil has involved most top-down organisations that havent cared much about sustainability of peoples in places they operate - see the 2012 vbook The Oli Curse by Michael Ross which maps how many conflicts are caused by oil with surprisingly new twists wgere nation states are funded by oli not taxeswe believe that green energy can create up to 1 bi of 3 billion new jobs the net generation needs to co-createto make the transformation we need to map how to…See More