Journal of Social Business - sustainability as system design; economics as job creation networking

 

JOSB was launched to commemorate Norman Macrae's favorite pro-youth economic storyteller - Muhammad Yunus- funds were made avilble so that friends of yunus could post journal to 3000 leaders of his choice- help us identify leaders who wish to collaborate around 2010s being worldwide youth's most productive and sustaibale decade at http://wholeplanet.tv/

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The Story So Far: In the first 40 years since The Economist started debating productivity of the first net generation- billions of youth's voices have been separated from the way that economics designs futures of our human race. Now that Massive Open Online Curriculum - and component 12 minute training modules- link millions of youth together in peer to peer knowhow and action networking, what 10 curriculum could most get the 2010s back to being youth's most productive, sustainable, collaborative and heroic decade? more

This topic has been the main one celebrated at Norman Macrae Remembrance parties since his death in 2010. We have now started to follow up actions with those so far surveyed.

In 2013 our goal of uniting the most collaborative pro-youth economics journalists, educators and youth focuses on celebrating Million-Alumni Open Online Curriculum . Today's most exciting internet market - which 12 minute training modules do millions of youth need to access to co-produce millennium goals and regenerate great jobs out of every community rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk if you have texts to publish on this urgent topic

 

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- help develop bottom up curriculum of economics - Bangladeshi perspective at http://globalgrameen.ning.com/ - The Economist's pro-youth economic perspective at http://normanmacrae.ning.com/ rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk to nominate other economists interested in designing MOOC around 2010s = youth's most productive and collaborative time

Norman Macrae's selections of most exciting pro-youth advances in 20th c economics:

  • Japan as start of Asian pacific www century 1962 to 2062
  • Bangladesh since 1972
  • Keynes

Still to me mapped - economics valuing net generation's productivity with million times more collaboration tech than when man raced to moon in 1960s

 2008 Year when smartest economics question in world was raised by 9-year old new yorker , januray

2013 Year when MOOC starts to free students from history's arrogant experts?

Why do politicians and media make it so hard for peoples to free up the most economic question of all - which of our nation's markets are least affordable/sustainable compared with other countries.

 For example America is leading youth in all advanced nations to unemployment -in a decade that could be youth's most productve and colaborative time - because its politicians dont dare ask how to benchmark other countries more affordable markets of health, banking. safety, mass media, energy, education

do you have a 12 minute training module that millions of youth could virally share on how to free understanding of how to design afordable and purposeful futures of any of these broken markets?

 

At http://www.grameeneconomics.com/ we replay why two thirds of US congress voted Yunus a Gold medal, to be beleatedly celebrated on 17 April 2013. Knowing how difficult a time Bangladeshis are having in 2013, it would be WISE to assume that this is the last time Yunus will come to Washington for a celebration of such economic significance. How can we help youth make the most of this before and after the day itself ... http://www.yunus.tv/ http://www.yunus10000.com/  At YunusCityNing we invite you to log up what would Yunus most enjoy celebrating in your country's future capital if his diary permitted a visit? At AfricanIdol.tv we aim to celebrate all that contient's youth's most excuiting millennium goal collaborations -with particular thanks to the 100 good news journalists of Africa24tv and their inspiration the Mo Ibrahim Prize

 

Can you help Yunus.tv design MOOC of Village Economics linking in 12 minute training modules millions of youth viralise

Keynes General Theory clarified that economists design futures. Look around the world of 2010s and the reality is billions of youth have no voice in designing futures. Hence 2 entrepreneurial proposals.

  • First a survey that could multiply a huge amount of value is: who do or could youth trust most as economists designing futures the next generation most wants to-produce?
  • Since Muhammad Yunus is a contender for number 1 youth economist - why not design a MOOC of 12 minute training modules that Dr Yunus would most like millions of youth to viralise and use for peer to peer use and empowerment through communities all over the world. Let's honor Yunus and Youth by just doing it.

How is Global Village Economics connected with Mediating Futures Most Parents Want?

1843: birth of a medium for mediating end hunger and pro-youth futures of industrial revolution

What community medium since start of 4th quarter of 20th C do you trust to mediate post-industrial and www networking connected revolution?

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Roman Spring 2013: A Pope to End Poverty - congratulations Pope Francis - former archbishop of Buenos Aires is -a Jesuit intellectual who travels by bus and has a practical approach to poverty: when he was appointed a cardinal, Bergoglio persuaded hundreds of Argentinians not to fly to Rome to celebrate with him but instead to give the money they would have spent on plane tickets to the poor.

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2013 = 170th Year of The Economist being Founded to End Hunger
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 Selection from JOSB Diary 2013 - contribute to editorial searches

pro-youth economics content priority: support call for microeducationsummit to accelerate milennimk's most exciting goals

we aim to celebrate features on MOOCS -the most valuable gamechanger to pro-youth eductaion -eg what top 20 MOOCS are most useful for linking in 2010s= youth's most productive decade

we're helping organise Months of the MOOC- February MIT Boston, March Dhaka, April Wash DC ...

 

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recent searches for pro-youth economic CEOs

mackey and conscious capitalism; ray anderson deceased and freeing sustainability of value chains; riboud and end MBA capitalism

 

download special issue 7- journal of social business- youth and yunus social business competitions

 Search for editorial board- in order to meet our goal that one issue in 4 focuses on student sb competitions: Norman Macrae Foundation and JOSB are looking for editorial board members in such areas most valued by students as

  • future of heroes and job creating
  • future of mobile and web apps
  • future of nutrition and food security
  • future of hursing and widely distributed health services
  • future of bioenergy
  • future of hi-trust banking and economists

youth and yunus social business competitions is the most collaborative process of investing in youth and job creation we have ever seen in 40 years of entrepreneurial revolution dialogues www.erworld.tv - dr yunus kindly gave a week of his time end spet 2012 to do usa road tour- tokyo is arranging a 12000 live youth jobs competition january 2013- do you think your capital can emulate this? chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk washington dc 1 301 9881 1655- a project of norman foundation : to map all student competition winners http://jobscompetitions.ning.com and celebrate jobs being replicated across communities 

------------------------- 4 years on from Norman macrae's last article (click souvenir brochure below), Stiglitz tells Irish Bar Association that European Response to crisis was wrong 

help map 10000 youth whose use of collaboration technology can design the future markets 21st C peoples most want to co-produce- start a blog out of your region eg DC UK JA .. or generally contribute at http://yunuscity.ning.com

................................................................................ we welcome editors and readers conversations here as way of starting up practice networks and youth investment clubs- typical rolling conversation of fall 2012:

-the presidential hiatus of 012/013 is especially timely for pro-youth networks to take back the entrepreneurial revolution that The Economist (my dad, roman prodi et al) declared 40 years ago would make the 2010s the most exciting time of irreversible system opportunies and risks - more in footnote

where is film http://www.moneyandlifemovie.com/ being shown on thursday? it would be great to have some projects on financial literacy or community money; we are thinking of converging a festival of student competitions april week ending april 6 - the date (actually a saturday) udc is planning its competition for - the journal of social buisness and youth economics that my family, adam smith scolars and yunus launched would be happy to do a special issue on money related projects if we could get timing right with audiences who wanted such a shared resource

I am very keen on seeing students colaboratively involved in developing a schools curriculum on money as a social business- practice curricula as social business are already being proposed on green and nutrition areas but the wrong kind of academic economist has been blocking money curricula - rumor has it that this years yunus prize at MIT is on education .... http://web.mit.edu/idi/yunus_2013.htm

- is there a subnetwork of your experts looking at cashless banking as where regulations on that are community sustaining this becomes a gamechanger for those who want to design pro-youth economics

teachers in the schooling system of brac with the knowledge networks of hidde's alfatoun are world leaders in this area - but as yet if there is anyone in usaid who gets this flow actively , I havent found where they linkin

is sam's results already coonected with movie's debating circles? whitney's makingcents? ...

holly and chris are film-makers of yunus inspired microcredit - holly also coordinates a space for logging up projects and concepts students want to mobilise around http://socialbusinessforum.ning.com/ would be great to start logging up projects linked into money movie

aigerim is a student at udc who will know which students want to network around which types of project

over in london, nick organises huge change conferences with people like bernard and lynne twist (who made hunger project famous and now focuses on moneys flows); last week with yunus being made chancellor at a galsgow university it was announced that the leading supermarket tesco is partnering in starting grameen bank there; interesting that in usa its the whole foods superstore that gets it www.wholeplanetfoundation.org - their microcredit calendar is due out for 2013 - last year's featured many of my favorite nicrocredit founders - 4 of whom i know quitewell

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ps your movie trailer seemed to mention about 20 cases of differenc between pro-youth and anti-youth money systems - could we try and list these practical crises at http://socialbusinessforum.ning.com/forum/topics/money-trap-or-freedom

footnote on politicains making the greatest maths error ever

neither US party has made a single while truth argument on economic reform needed if usa is ever to be a positove job creating place again- when brookings published unseen wealth in 2000 its chairlady (margaret blair then of georgetown law school now of vanderbilt) had the bad fortune of presenting it to texas incoming admin who immediatley banned all research on compound risk that the book had clarified as urgent if the net generation is to be economic let alone safe; parallel research out of the eu in brussels that I worked on for 2 years ws terminated with the practice centre concluding - politicians believe the peopkle arent interested in inatangib;es/goodwill- we will need 3 european enrons in the same year before politicians chnage their mind on that- well europe;s had a lot more than that by now but not a single debate on how design goodwill printing of money - biggest loser queen sofia of spain and greece - the opinion leader who most courageously supported microcreditsummits first 15 years- we desperately need www.grameeneconomics.net to make a come back when yunus congressional medal's prize of a testimony by yunus to congress is made

Editorial and subscription inquiries welcomed by zasheem ahmed zasheem@btinternet.com 

free download from journal issue 6 -paper by sam daley-harris: what's needed now are social innovations

PARIS, 21 sept 2012 - special thanks to organisers and 4000 delegates of www.convergences2015.org and sam-daley harris http://www.citizenempowermentandtransformation.org/ as one of keynote speakers

Help us prepare editorial content at the journals NING or get the word out on what market futures worldwide youth want to design differently at our spot in facebook http://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/8778204628/

we welcome opportunity to publish our journal to match releated summits - click pic to download latest special issue

 

PARIS- chris.macrae@yaho.co.uk see you at www.convergences2015.org  where our main editorial topic : some mfis change particular agricultural markets so poor get more of the value- others energy, education including job creation foci , health ... are you concerned with a particular sector's value chain? (arguably mfis that have done the most to accelerate achievement of m-goals always have been led by value chain entrepreneurial revolutionaries)

in some cases a particular innovation in mobile technology is a big gamechanger in how value is divided up across a market's channels and players - if that's part of your focus please share

social business approaches may also involve whole combinations of partners and knowledge networks in changing a value chain -at Journal of Social Business we are particularly interested in developing special issues with sectors where the future needs a greater human purpose -ultimately as keynes clarified economists either design or destroy the futures that peoples most want from a sector's market

I am particularly passionate about mappping change in education value chains around job creation as sector's core purpose -if interested ask me chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk for our recent paper on future of universities

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The journal of social business aims to help people invest in pro-youth economics out of every community.

To do this we develop map of solutions communities find useful to invest in jobs, and survey youth's heroic goals of the net generation.

We also maintain 2 league tables

 1) Listing of 100 institutes that most help the journal’s editors (adam smith scholars in scotland and worldwide friends of muhammad yunus and bangladesh ) -updated on back cover of each issue of journal

2) List of 50 most exciting projects with their knowledge networks catalogued by lead partners, links and next urgent collaboration deadline

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    IN SEARCH OF THE ECONOMICAL!

    By reinvestigating economics and whether business models purposefully empower hi-trust community building,

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    the journal seeks to make the net generation's 2010s the most exciting decade.

    Social Business Media Projects that Journal joyfully collab in appear @ the family investments association ISAwm ; our faces include  PovGEconomics : GKnowledgeHub : SocialBusinessMAP Consider Bangladesh cb3_jpg_w180h135.jpg

     We Create What We Want.
    We wanted to go to the moon, so we went there. 
    We achieve what we want to achieve. 
    We accept that poverty is part of human destiny. It’s not!
    We believe we can create a poverty-free world. 
    We need to invent ways to change our perspective.
    We can reconfigure our world if we can reconfigure our mindset. . 
    Social business will be a new kind of business, making a difference in the world.
    Human beings are a wonderful creation embodied with limitless human qualities and capabilities. 
    Entrepreneurs are not one-dimensional human beings, dedicated to maximizing profit. 
    They are multi-dimensional: political, emotional, social, spiritual, environmental.
    The desire to do great things for the world can be a powerful driving force
    Young people dream about creating a perfect world of their own.
    Social business will give them a challenge to make a difference by using their creative talent. 
    Let us join hands to unleash our energy and creativity. 
    Collectively, we can create a poverty-free world.” 
    Source : http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/peace/laureates/2006/yunus-lecture-en.html

    Creative questions are welcome- for example:  

    considering an annual expo on technology for the poor and for job creation:
    are there any any most favoured spaces for hosting this and should Japan be a lead contender as my dad was the only economist awarded The Emperor's Order of the Rising Sun for "helping make japan's view of global marketing of technology more human than otherwise would have been been" 
    2a is it better to do a tech expo on its own, or a tech expo with arts peace corps youth singing you can hear me now and masked balls; if global grameen led the danonecommunities way is to do for asian century what cola-cola did to the american cent then popularising tech the right job creating way round suggests we should combine these expos and Nobel Laureate Dr Yunus yunus already linksin 2 www leading arts hosts of youth celebrations in New York and LA; the bbc another in london; and nbc a fourth

    does anyone know who to contact to try to get 3-page writeup for journal of social business on how CK found his most economical cases - see eg attached - I love the approach of the transparency of 4 targets price, profit and cost and quality - however I also wonder where he got the estimate that aravind (eyecare) is 100 times lower cost than usa ; I had thought it was over 10 but not 100

     

    chris macrae, DC  301 881 1655 


    does your web have a social busienss correspondence group rsvp omv@worldcitizen.tv - example typocal correspondence at microcredit.tv

    Word's Favourite Mobile Banking -Sept 2010

    Dear Microcreditsummit- are you and queen sofia of spain still helping Ingrid Munro search for 50 countries in southern hemisphere to replicate kenya's mobile youth banking of http://www.jamiibora.org/ ? : CC & I ask because meeting Jaime Pozelu-Montfort tomorrow in DC who is leading a similar microfinance quest-  he's written a future history of how africa mobilises its own world bank. He's interviewed 100 leaders of microfinacing world ...

    If there was a way to help search out partners, my understanding is that the 50 hubs around the world would at least like to know what sort of search you and queen sofia of spain want

    meanwhile I see this week's Economist suggests takeovers of africa's banks is becoming hot - which may not leave us much time for micro up 

    thanks chris  www.microcredit.tv


    http://www.monfort.org/ There is a Window of Opportunity that is opening up and will not last long. The Social Business paradigm proposed by Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhammad Yunus needs to overtake the profit-maximizing model so long as the poor remain poor. It is time to align the incentives of economics and worldwide leadership summits with those of the poor. Corporations can be required to embrace a modus operandi that fulfills the Social Business paradigm in the Yunus sense.

    We cannot continue to operate under the previous economic paradigm, a unidimensional capitalism that prioritized the interest of speculators and emphasized the shorter horizon over the longer horizon. We need ways to discriminate between short-term and long-term investors. We need to be aware of the cons and pros of globalization. Better times lie ahead of us if we put the global priorities on the agenda of Europe and North America. If we do not dare, we risk losing a unique opportunity. History will judge the ability of our men and women of political stature to defeat the great evils of our time

    The Monfort Plan is a five-year, forward looking plan to eradicate extreme poverty from the developing world, and details how microfinance has made a difference to developing countries. This book proposes a new institution based in the developing world with the potential to provide a basic,  and universal service in the areas of water, sanitation, healthcare, and education to the extreme poor worldwide. The provision will be subject to a certain degree of conditionality in areas ranging from corruption to legal environment. The new institution will be established in a new international territory based within a specific country in Subsaharan Africa and will emerge in 2015.

    Walks you through the technicalities of the new architecture of capitalism in a straightforward manner

    ·                                 Provides a holistic view of how microfinance combined with the right economic policies and financial instruments could help change the world for the poor

    ·                                 Contains sweeping and detailed recommendations on how to build a new capitalist paradigm that helps elevate the poor and improve the human condition

    Incorporating commentary from some of the top minds in the field of microfinance, this book puts the method of microfinance in perspective.

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    Family Foundations skype isabellawm www.isabellawm.com

     In search of the safest community banking - real microcredit - Professor John Struthers

    Promoting and Developing Social Business by Jean-Luc Perron, Grameen Credit Agricole Foundation

    Poverty Free World - Social Business - a step forward by Muhammad Yunus

    vision 2020- update of The Economist's Norman Macrae 1984 first vision of how internet can end poverty - by Gordon Dryden, youth champion, New Zealand

    Adam Smith, Science & Human Nature by Professor Skinner

    Download Danone Communities - How Nations Youth can Build worldwide Mutual Fund of Social Business by Estelle Eonnet , Micious

    RESULTS - the first 30 years of a movement that changed the world by changing America with gracious assist of Dr Yunus, by Sam Daley-Harris

    Paper on The Economics Globalisation almost lost by Andrew Neil of BBC and multiple UK Newspapers

    The Economy of Human Relations: Microcredit and Social Business, Prof Luisa Brunori, University of Bologna

    Grameen Technology Lab - poor friendly technology partnering out of Japan by Profs Okada, Yasuura, Drs Ahmed, Ishida, Kyushu Uni, Fukuoka

    Markets and Health in the Home of Smith and Yunus by social business professor Cam Donaldson & Glasgow Cal Team

    BOP versus Social Business by France's SB Professor Frederic Dalsace of HEC and Professor David Menasce

    1 Eleven hot discussion topics from first Dr Yunus Book on Social Business

    Grameen Japan and Yunus innovate social business partnerships

    A SHORT FUTURE HISTORY OF THE WORLD -2010's and all that
    Economics was born in Glasgow by Adam in the 1750s. 260 years later: Adam  Smith's aim of mapping free markets to end worldwide poverty was within sight, and will be won or lost on the gameboards of entrepreneurial revolution in the 2010s. Cheered & led by Noble Laureate Muhammad Yunus and Scot's Auld Alliance partner France who launched Global Grameen partnerships as the world's favourite purpose in 2005, universities across Scotland are joining in to write up the economics that could;  and to catalogue social business good news  Can world citizens in your capitals and hubs help with the most exciting collaboration of our human race http://www.normanmacrae.com/netfuture.html
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    Keynes  (General Theory): Increasingly only economics rules the world
    Norman Macrae (1984): Most macroeconomics is disgraceful political chicanery; if we can change macroeconomics then the net generation can end poverty and the 2010s can be the most exciting decade  http://www.normanmacrae.com/netfuture.html

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    Help us Map how your region contributes to Social Business World 

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    SingforHope.org Monica Yunus New York, USA, 10012, 0 Kms
    The Hunger Project - one of the greatest innovations in american giving 5 Union Square West, New York, NY 10003, 0.73 Kms
    Demain Sera Rose 2.1 and PosGos on Sustainability Last Games 731 Lexington Avenue new york ny 10022, 2.93 Kms

    London

    .commonwealths greatest celebration 103-113 Marshgate Ln, Stratford, london, 0 Kms

    bbc a right old muddle portland place london W1A 1AA uk, 5.61 Kms
    The Economist : Unacknowledged Giant 25 st james street, london, sw1, 5.67 Kms
    The most uneconomic decade- what will you do? brussels, B - 1049 , belgium, 196.16 Kms
    Paris Wins ER Future Capital of 2010 rue de elysee paris france, 211.33 Kms

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    Washington DC

    Results: first 3 microsummits to save usa and world 75 First Street NE, Washington, DC 20002, USA, 0 Kms
    grameenknowledge.com outside of libraries, what's most valuable knowhow Lib of Congress, 100 F St NE District of Columbia 20002, 0.51 Kms
    Summit is economics purpose to free people- annual presidents' entrepreneurship summit DC, USA, Ronald Reagan World Trade Center, 1300 pennsylvania avenue, 20004, 1.26 Kms
    Hub DC 406 Elm St NW, WASHINGTON, DC 20001, 1.93 Kms
    hurly burly DC - From Baldrige to Barack: unseen wealth : netgen's last stand? 1775 Massachusetts Ave, NW, Washington, DC 20036 USA, 2.25 Kms

    Dhaka

    YunusCentre.org home of 10 times more economical community services ending poverty Yunus Centre, Grameen Bank , dhaka, bangladesh, 1216, 0 Kms
    Do you know the 3 favourite banks worldwide 75 Mohakhali, Dhaka-1212, bangladesh, 2.83 Kms
    Social Business Exciting Op for India Lok Sabha Marg, Delhi, India, 884.83 Kms
    ali baba - the greatest fan of sb that isnt an sb? 18 Fenwick Street Wanchai hong kong, 1512.3 Kms
    Grameen Tech Lab, Kyushu Uni, Fukuoka 6-10-1 Hakozaki Higashi-ku, Fukuoka, Japan, 2502.02 Kms
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    Back in the early 1970s, three microeconomists believed that compounding poverty was a system failure quite capable of spinning globalisation unsustainably due to what macroeconomics had become (basically sponsored by a depressing mix of : the big get bigger; governments who want election at any price ; and speculators who were soon to use digital networking technology to run the world by the latest number. Norman Macrae (my dad, and before he studied with Keynes in Cambridge, a self-ordained economist from an Indian correspondence course taken whilst waiting to navigate RAF planes out of Bangladesh) wrote bout the coming crisis in a trilogy starting with Entrepreneurial Revolution published The Economist 25 Dec 1976, then we're all intrapreneurial now (The Economist 1982) then a book I co-authored in 1984 - was Orwell's only error with Big Brother date-stamping one generation too early, or can we end poverty and job create for 7 billion using microeconomics maps grounded in win-win-win value exchanges form communities up. Meanwhile sustainability’s world's 2 greatest heroes did all the hard work in Bangladesh and serially proved how 10 times more economical local exchanges - where product ivies and demands are empowered in the community - can be system designed.

     This is the famous Bangladeshi Social Business model 1976-2004; what is happening next is the even more important focus of this journal.From 2005, Dr Yunus has invited universities to join him in practicing the missing curriculum of sustainability; he often gets the world's biggest brands to join in co-sponsoring social business chairs, or lending him technology for an extraordinary new village market, or to help in changing digital media before it dumbs down even more than tv spots did. 

    So this journal requires contributors to understand system design and prove that any case they write up about is prepared to be subject to a zero-conflicts audit between the various parties to a sustainable market's productive and demanding relationship exchange. They will usually be empowered by multidisciplinary approaches rather than on deep expertise. They will want to write up something that can be openly replicated in line with Dr Yunus' 70th birthday and 7th decade wishes - why not make the 2010s race to sustainability even more exciting and unifying of our human race's optimism than the 1960s race to the moon. The technology now exists to practice this motto - impossible become possible if right people time place action.

     

    End Poverty & Systems that Crash or Trap

    End carbon in our waters, air, food and machine's energies

    End hunger, and poor distribution infrastructuresE

    nd premature death and ever higher cost of health

    End wars and govs that spend 20% of the peoples on arms

    End borders as barriers to webs of people mobilising productivity

    End college-less children and universities without job creating microentrepreneurs

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    Saturday, September 11, 2010

    hayek is the person dad would link to as one of the most sensible reformers of the awful system of letting governments manage printing of currency http://www.worldeconomist.net/2010.09.01_arch.html#1284173468667

    The late great Cambridge educated Norman Macrae, former Deputy Editor of The Economist reflected on the first 100 “Hobart Papers” published by The Institute of Economic Affairs.  Sound Money got his attention:

    “About 40 of the first hundred Hobarts have been on macro-economic subjects. For me, the most convincing has been the most radical number 70, by the Nobel Prize -winner Professor F. A. Hayek, which advocated the Denationalization of Money. It is probably going to be recognised during the period of the second hundred Hobarts that inflation has been caused by one particular manifestation of the age of growth of government power, namely, the nationalisation during the 20th century of the production of money. Before 1914 the gold standard prevented officialdom from increasing the money supply. Private profit-making banks could and did create paper Credit, but the attraction of such paper money remained limited by the security of the issuing banks. Since 1918, governments have acquired the right to print money and do so when ever pressures are put on them


    can we all please hub round the journal in the spirit of the last chapter of dr yunus book; a spirit which must determine not only type of content, but style of content and why academics are not the first audience that a journal of most exciting decade for social action entrepreneurs to free market to


    *** for youth this is the journal of their most exciting decade and so their responsibility to change how leaders use media - since the economics as well as social consequences of global media is predominantly driven by youth


    ***for economists and indeed all the most expensive professionals and professors in the world this is their "microeconomics" pathway to redemption - making economics the practice of the more communally economical not the less as global macroeconomics has vicuously spiraled it


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    Jul 31, 2007 ... People power in support of the leadership of developing countries. ..... VIDEO AND AUDIO NEWS. Prime Minister Gordon Brown addresses the UN ...
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    ***for dr yunus it is is confirmation that yes we can - as his system designs provide the simplest benchmarks and community empowerment to unite our race to poverty museums, and to make sure technology is microentrepeneurially  used everywhere to create more jobs than it takes; of course in every sustainability hub and  citizen lab - from 60 villager centres up - SB is people power's core model of privatisation and or what the world's most daring government = "radical britain" now need communties to network innovation and confluct resolution through  http://www.youtube.com/safebanks


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    8CP10.1 Grameen Social Business Industrial Park 1 in Dhaka includes 3M10.2,4 and 3M9.1,2,6  

     8CP10.2 Grameen Fibreglass 1 - major new corporate partnership with MidEast corporation  IES Alliance

     U10.1 Glasgow University MOU as Institute of Social Business 

     3CP 10.3. Obama convenes first annual 60 country presidents summit of entrepreneurship citing Dr Yunus as the kind of entrepreneur every country cn learn from

     8CP10.4 Uniqlo Grameen UNIQLO -first asian corporate partner of Grameen Bank Group : Fast Retailing
    Company Ltd
     that owns Japan 's casual-clothing chain Uniqlo. "On the retail front, we will use the Grameen Bank Group's borrower network of eight million people to help those living in poverty to develop job skills and provide them with opportunities to sell clothes door-to-door," said Fast Retailing. "In the first year, we plan to generate work for 250 people and to increase this figure to 1,500 within threeyears.""Grameen ladies will become their own business owners by selling the clothing products in visits to neighbours' houses,"

     4CP10.5 extension of Uni Kyushu to include Fukuoka city mayor as social business hub - Mayor of Fukuoka
    City Hiroshi Yoshida, Nobel Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus, Sususu Ishihara,Chairman, Kyushu Railway Company, and Setuo Arikawa, President of Kyushu University after signing the Joint Declaration for the launch of the Social Business Hub in Asia in Fukuoka City, Japan on July 16

     4CP10.6 Japanese royal family

    6M10.7 Journal of Social Business

    7CP10.8 First Glasgow Global Assembly, july 4 – 25 presentations to yunus

     3CP10.9 First Social Business Day

     10CP10.10  Twelve students from the ShARE student network of asian universities visited the Yunus Centre to follow up from their earlier social business research  in January
    2010. 

     7CP10.11 Brazil's Ministry of Planning, Budget, and Management sends delegation to learn about social business principles

     10CP 10.12  University of Pennsylvania, Syracuse University, University of VirginiaUniversity of Hawaii, and the University of Alabama students and professors came to learn about social business activities in Bangladesh and abroad.  These visits were
    also opportunities for the universities to bring social businesses to their
    campuses. 

    2CP13 UN Bankey Moon – expert panel of 3m for women includes Yunus

    2CP14 Japan JICA - unconfirmed story of dr  yunus at collaboration cafe dialogue 3 july 2010 glasgow - more info welcomed

     2009

     8CP9.1 Otto Grameen Factory of Future - garments (with a focus on disabled staff)

     8CP9.2 Grameen BASF 1 Mosquito Net Manufacturing (also vitamin schets but not manufactired locally?) 

     U9.1 Grameen Nursing College (GNC) - a multipartner venture - core staff training provided by Glasgow Caledonian Yunus Centre

     U9.2 Glasgow Caledonian Yunus Centre : Social Business Professorhsip Health; Prooftesting Grameen microcredit Scotland; training for GNC 

     U9.3 Grameen Yunus Centre- Asian Insitute of Technology, Bangkok

     U9.4  Grameen Kyushu Japan - Development of digital equipment 

     U9.5   CSUCI CA state University Institute of Social Business

     4CP9.3 Social Business Zone, Caldas , Columbia

     8CP9.4 concept testing of $1 shoe Grameen Adidas - probably to be marketed Reebok

     1CP9.5 Cure 2 Children

     2CP9.6. Islamic Development Bank

     U 9.6 Zayed University Dubai

    2CPO 9.7 Nike Foundation (partner on Grameen Nursing) - video on Nike F girl effect- Nike itself is a leader of (video by ceo Moke Parker) GreenXchange  (tapscott review) 

    with 2degrees, Best Buy, Creative Commons, IDEO, Mountain Equipment Co-Op, nGenera, Nike, Outdoor Industry Association, salesforce.com, Yahoo! (Yunus at launch of GreenXChange)

    8CP9.8 Ali Baba , Jack Ma

     2CP9.9 UNHCR

    5CP9.10 Sing for Hope

     8CP8.1 Grameen Danone

     11CP8.2 DanoneCommunities SB Fund and PanFrance New media Network

     8CP8.3 Grameen Credit Agricole

     8CP8.4 GrameenVeolia

     U8.1 Grameen HEC SMBA includes Danone Social Business Chair

     8CP8.5 Grameen Intel - first project pregnanvy continuous mobile diagnostocs screening

     8CP8.6 various healthcare partnerships include Mayo Clinic, GE, Pfeizer

     2CP8.7 Grameen America launches bank for unbanked -branch 1 queens ny, branch 2 omaha

     4CP8.8 Grameen Carlos Slim microcredit Mexico  

     1CP8.9 Green Children Eyecare 2 Bangladesh replictions Aravind model

     10CP8.10 Monaco Yunus Social Business Fund 

     2 CP8.11 wholeplanetfoundation partnership with wholefoods



      

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    Others zasheem in contact with


    reporting in association with Macrae.tv CreatingJobs.net IsabellaWM.com  family foundations, JOSB.com, egrameen.com, G.tv,  CC.tv, SaintJames.tv,  ObamaUni.com, GrameenEconomicsLab

    - any errors solely mine chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk   ; linkin 

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