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 Celebrate POP Preferential Option Poor

Today the only economists who know how to end poverty live with the poorest

Before 1945 most economists (like Keynes -read conclusion to General Teory) saw their main job as ending poverty

What changed? mass tv broadcasting - it was: the least economic media ever, the one most designed to trap local people in poverty,

it soon took over most of the economics profession with a new breed of macroeconomists who were not only experts

(on hire to politicians and the most speculative or debt trapping of big banking) .

Thus macroecomists are experts in compunding not only poverty but also expert in destroying sustainaibilty of next generation livelihoods. just look at what metrics tey use,and ow tey reward themselves

POP GOES ECONOMICS- IF 2015 is to live up to UN year of getting back to sustainability orbits for all millennials 

Lets get back to designing meedia and economics around communities- starting with last mile markets 


Twitter MyunusLab - Youth Capitalism Road to Atlanta Nov 2015 - Youth's 10 most collaborative gdoc 10  9  8  7  6  5  4 3 2 1 . Last calls for Sustainability's Rising Expoentials #2015now #2018now #2025now #2030now 
relay ponts Cape Town Oct 2014; GA Sept2013 - and why not your twin future capital of youth
- queries Washington DC 1 301 881 1655 Norman Macrae Foundation for The Economist's Mediation of Youth Capitalism and NETGEN's Open Education Curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution since 1972

Nobel Laureate Acceptance Speech 2006

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.” 
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Road to Atlanta Questions from 25000 youth live (millons virtually)

To Billionnaires- is your Giving syetem-designed to be bottom-up or top-down?

Download georgiaread.pdf    Download  atlantanutrition.pdf  georgiapaper.docx 

student winners during first USA year of Pro=Youth Economist DR Yunus



macroeconomics has lost touch with humanity let alone global vilage sustainability - how could usa and europe have got in situation of disinvesting in youth's opportunity to be 10 times more productive with all the collaboration tech of the knowledge economy juts because old politicians and macroeconomists have wasted investment in the past



we love to hear from anyone mediating new economics


eg we maintain  is creating a virtual catalogue of cases "The New Economist"

Adam Smith scholars our of Glasgow University are launching the Journal of New Economics Foundation Norman Macrae, The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant and founder of Entrepreneurial Revolution Networks since 1976  

pro-youth summits we look forward to meeting New Economist at

america's largest student business competition april 19-21 atlanta

the 3000 person annual millennium goal summit out of paris out of paris - next in September

chris macrae (face) writes 1976 was a vintage year for microeconomists - dad and The Economist published the first of his trilogy on Entrepreneurial Revolution - in search of the missing micro system of 10 times more economic community exchanges or 100 times more economic than the macroeconomic chicanery wall street 00s compounded -if there is any reasonable purpose to Goldman Sachs existing please do tell us at ;it seems rather more anti social to all entrepreneurs that we know than Andersen was

and Muhammad Yunus began the Grameen Microcredit Project. During micro system design YunusBook tour 1 in February 2008, the two met up at the Royal Automiobile Club and challenged 30 Londoners to get micro   (DanCom  GI GD) so that the 2010s could be the most joyous decade -special thanks in London as always on community building process and hosting events are due to London Leader and SB anchor lady and 2012 sustainability goals linksperson Sofia Bustamante


macroeconomics biggest mistake - sustainability exponentials and trilliondolaraudit - system errrors spun since 1976
facebook : ; phone washington DC 301 881 1655 ; You; email info; associated webs Yunus : diary book2 book1 dvd10000 birthday GG ; family foundation isabellawm- main investment LondonCreativeLabs -the leading big capitals Job Creation Social Business, led by SB; catalysing change in universities YunusUni ObamaUni MandelaUni

primer on human element

This site  The Web 

history's future -2010s most exciting 1  2  3 decade - FrenchYouth rediscover E-word what sustainability link next rsvp info ; Spain takes up worldwide relay as epicentre of microeconomics dialogue april 2010 to november 2011; youth DC 10/11 so much of yes we can depends on ye


London-Paris-Dhaka-www Diary entry march2010

thanks AL @ RSA

Friends of Youth Capitalism look forward to meeting you and sharing what we have understood dr yunus wants from our 3 years of research with 2000 bookclub and 10000 dvds of his innovations for sustainable communities; there are so many of your speakers events that seem to be progressing the same system transformation - so that society's compound value multiplers can be fully appreciated by free markets and business leaders  

sofia also hosted his 69th birthday dialogue which is where he told us that he aims to swarm all sustainability leaders and jam all netizens into london at time of the olympics to celebrate sustainability entrepreneurs

.2010s Gold Medal League for Collaboration Nations

Nominations for 2011 RSVP info

  • Kenya - Spain
  • OZ-NZ
  • India
  • Suspended for 3 years : USA for 2000s Least Colboration decade climaxed by wall street

Must do heck of a lot better by 2012 : UK


.My Favourite Chair

HEC model yunus uni - set up a social business chair with 4 people sitting in - one from a uni department; one with the pan-university remit to change the values MBA students leave with; one being yunus or equivalent storyteller and microfranchise owner of 2010s is last chance to bend curve back to sustanability (eg Ingrid); and one representing the country's commitment to employment/youth
once we have that chair, danone communities can show how a little bit of brand budget can stage 3000 live youth question times across your country's capital cities until many corporations get the message that partnering with social business is the both a more economical and social future of PR, as well as what leadership responsibilities they can now enjoy standing for- media can be changed to with 8 movie of  being a favourite movie of 3000 at Grand Rex in Feb 2010

we welcome reports of business schools owned by youthworldbanking - -Jamii Bora in Kenya is the premier benchmark being visited by over 2000 bank researchers april 2010 with leader-in-chief Spain's Queen Sofia who also hosts world microcreditsummit in 2011

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Magic years for microeconomists 76 83 97 05 10
Special correspondents from Paris, Dhaka, Dc, London with thanks to senior ed who began microeconomist journalism in Bangladesh (1943) - corrections welcome info

1976 The first in The Economist trilogy of surveys of Entrepreneurial Revolution was published 25 December - it asked for a generation search for a missing hi-trust microsystem of sustainability which it recommended reader, leaders and youth find and open source -before we raced to globally network. A social action team of four led by Dr Yunus started practicising such a system with 60 poorest family per village - in crediting these villagers with the ersponsibility of developing their next generation and community, they co-craeted a community bank, markletplace and knowledge hub. Before vilagers could make productive use of these facilities- surveys showed that 95% of the vilagers sustainabiloity investors were mothers and that they wanted training in 5 people teams for 5 days so that the basics of literacy and compound numeracy and colaboration knowhow around vital interest like health were core to the networks DNA 

1983 Passed in Bangladeshi Law: The world's first constitution for a social business bank - and possibly for any social business as system owned by the poorest with sustable positive cashflow all compound invetsed back in the purpose and productivity of local communities. The final part of The Economist's Entrepreneurial Revolution quest was written as a book published in successive years in UK, USA, France as a Report on the first 40 years of the Net Generation. Paris Match front cover edition Futur Sera Rose? The opportunity and threat of the net generation was mapped as compounding 10 tomes more or less wealth and health depending on whether we ruled by micro up economics or big brother macro down economics. Entrepreneurial Interdependence was decared: if the net generation were to connect micro up then the simpest communications and leadership goal to unite cuilturtes sans frontiere would be to declare a united race to end poverty. It was forecast that the main years of decision would be around 2010. If maps of globalisation were to go exponential up (Yes We Can ask the biggest social business broadcatsers - then and now the BBC and India's DD ) a reality tv program hosted by a Nobel Laureate would need to reach a billion people with the navigation request to start collaboratively clicking where 30000 replicable solutions of community crises have been found and can be open sourced to empower service and knowhow in analagous communities in desperate need.

1997-2009 The greatest use of summit meetings and continuous networks began in 1997 as - all the system of system dynamics built into this extraordinary process of humanty need checklisting but our favourotes include:

declaration of a big hairy goal -reach 100 million families with banking fir the poorest in uder a decade and work out goals for 2005 to be announced 2000 as Millennium Goals

like other world summits famous people come but to celebrate practitioners in the field not for themselves to be celebrated by the media

invite eg 12 welcoming panels representing different constituencies of youth and world banking to do the continuous open research so that each summit built on learning curves of past and networks old and new could join in the celebrations

except during the summit itself have the secretariat lean and led by one consistently trusted prson who would also be the understated publicit agent for the local heores; the summit should rotate its annual gatherings across 4 hemispheres with an occasional world summit if a nation's leader wanted to guest hoist that for the world; in effect the constitution of the microcreditsummit was a social business system entrusted to the 100 million families it would reach in its first decade and exponentially rising aftre that

96-97 Back in London-DC a worldwide one-year long internet jam was hosted by journalistsforhumanity and worldclassbrands. This invited posing of the biggest questions on organising creativity now that the world's most pursposeful systems of productive and demanding relationship can be energised and sustained both by real and virtual entrepreneurial flows - and will need transparency maps of trilliondolllar networks = system**N

05 The mentoir of many hundred of France's most deeply trained sustainability masters invited Yunus and Riboud and Credit Agricole to lunch. The conseqeunce was the best thing since Ftance coinded entreprenmeur and entrprenons around 1800. It helped Dr YUnus bridge his first 30 years of learning and leading micro social business lifestyle designs into a global sustanability game. Of what have become identified as the first 12 Colaboration parthers - 3 were stimulated at that lunch:
CP8 Goodwill Global Corporation Danone
CP9 Sustainability University Epicentre HEC
CP7 how to invite place leaders - to be Sarkozy and Hirsch - to help youth brand entrepreneurship and collaboration antion with Bangladesh. It is not known whether the rep fo Credit Agricole came up with the bon mots - time for Micro Bangla to takeover Big Bang. A year later microcreditsummit and Yunus efforts were rewarded with CP5 World Stage Nobel Prize.
These 4 collaboration partnering dynamics were what Dr Yunus need to declare that 2010s decade of Joyful sustainabiity renaiisance can be when and how youth changes elders mndsets by ensuring that brands they consume or wear or worldwide gossip are thoise that free global markets to wholly value sustainability

2010 Towards end of 2009 Yunus hosts lunch of Global Grameen with 100 alumni

The rest as microeconomists say is future-history  and you can read all about it - and decide what your social busiess peers can do about it -and celebrate 12 collaboration partnering games in any of te greatest sustainbility goals of 202020 in the new YUnUSbook coming out in 2010  Better yet if you are lucky enough to be French or to visit france you can atend 3000 youth meetings hosted by Danone Communities and understand DigiYouth Job Creation Empowerment CP11 - see and as two of the early showcases of Job Creation Social Business by and for youth, the later co-sponsored by the association of family foundations IsabellaWM est Valentines Day 1997

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Future History

Net Futures - The 2024 Report

Back in 1984 , Norman Macrae wrote "The 2024 Report: a future history of the next 40 years". It was the first book to:


  • provide readers with a brainstorming journey of what people in an internetworking world might do
  • predict that a new economy would emerge with revolutionary new productivity and social benefits enjoyed by all who interacted in a net-connected world


Our 1984 scenario of an internetworking world

Changing communications, and what makes people distant, bossy, etc

Changing national politics

Changing economics

Changing employment

Changing education

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