triple-a nations -curriculum on nations futures

the good and the bad news is that economist design futures now 10 times faster

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april 13 what peoples everywhere can learn from thatcher


25 july12 CNN Big bank founder says " break up the big banks"



Stiglitz on who'll save Euro?

Actually Europe may be ahead of the curve on net generation growth in many ways that the US isnt

Italy's what? ... what doesnt macroeconomics value


Breaking news - if France is next on ratings blockthen euro is dead - hurrah

Dad's 1995 script http://oxbridge,tv

Current Debates: Can EuroRoyals invite BBC and Murdochto stage brainstrust with largest olympics advertsisers on how they see their many billions of spend supporting youth/sustainability @ London Olympics


London Burning- how civil is your nation's war between eleders and youth 


What if open world trade with Bangladesh


is as vital to the exciting 2010s decade of net generation as world trade with Japan in the 1960s'space generation  


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The unacknowledged giantAdd to PlaylistNorman Macrae is remembered as the Unacknowledged Giant of The Economist. You can read his 40 years of surveys of how the world spun 1949-1988 here; and the plot of his 1984 book for the net generations joy of microceonomics here.

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help search  1 2  trade imbalances between countries- not some oddities trade often only counts things consumed while biggest human dev trades of net generation involve how knowhow freely multiplies

Youth of Greece ruined by arrogant by selfish rich elders and eu politicians- euro was never sustainable by separate nations- this is such basic economics that its incroyableWhat cannot happen is kick this ball to an ever greater crisis ruining all Euro youth

10 times faster? now we are all mobile interconnected - an opportunity to empower million times ore collaboration entrepreneurship which we have been debating since 1972 (first 16 years out of The Economist - genre name Entrepreneurial Revolution)

10 times better or worse -depends on whether constitutions and investments are mediated by pro-youth economists

better? living a working life that is 10 times freer, happier, sustains your family, communities, the greatest local and global collaborations ever mapped

why possible now? because the main value multiplies is knowledge networking which multiplies vales in use unlike industrial age scarcities caused by consuming up thingsAccir

Warning that can be reasoned from last 3 pages of Keynes-

sack any economic guru who can,t explain how to map economics of open education  it can only multiply your family's growth 10 times by modeling opposite rules to those that zero-sum historic experts used to externalize. Moreover is an economist does a lot of work on any of the products covered in our curriculum of worst for world inventions, make sure that nothing he does has any consequences for you and yours

.....................................................According to the Conscious Capitalism Curriculum movement being progressed by Whole Foods CEO John Mackey -and most effective US global village webber of the knowhow of pro-youth economist Muhammad Yunus- nations have only grown across generations when hi-trust business models have led the way. Governments and charities have only redistributed wealth, they haven't been what started up those places (industrial revolution or post-industrial revolution that have lifted their peoples from the dirt that all but Kings used to live in as recently as 200 years ago. Norman Macrae invites youth to pitch a 5-minute video or simply a transcript on what youth find inspiring about curriculum of CC and what help they need to bring CC t the future of their capitals and country. We are staring this youth contest in none of the capitals that spins the greatest misunderstanding of real capitalism - Washington DC - though we welome guest contributions and the main orize will be that of being sent to Joj=hn Mackey's office for hus curriculum editor'approval. We expect our friend dr Yunus may enjoy seeing tehse too..



your help is wanted- the 25+ European nations are going to implode unless they can change Brussels before Brussels depresses them - all have their own urgent timeline- we welcome your help if your local news is suddenly becoming urgent - please tell us so we can quote relevant links on our country by country forum


if you think Cyprus tax haven was a black hole - what about Luxembourg where need-to-know finance is over 20 times size of national economy or Switzerland...

Originally Adam Smith viewed economics as an inquiry designed to help nations' peoples prevent[destruction of their independence the way Scotland had in 1700s by losing more than half of its people savings in an international financial scam


Its very odd in deed how many economists of the 2000s would get a failure by adam smith criteria -lets hope that when the world's best university is free and online, -- more at

then one of it first 12 minute module for millions of youth to interact is on why Keynes warned that economists as chief designers of man-made system would prove capable of only compounding one of 2 extremely opposite ftures- designing or destroying what youth needed most.

can you help us share a 12 minute online curriculum with millions of youth on what adam smith would celebrate as economics101

-never cut government spending in severest worldwide recession

-when in 2010s youth have the gift of collaboration tech that can make them 10 times more productive than ever before, the only nations needing downgrades are those who fail to invest in youth because they are trying to pay off old people's speculative debts

more at

Map of what youth can do if they live in a nation where business models of 90% of banks and universties are going bust?

Norman Macrae Foundation for pro-youth economics and system mapmakers  wash dc hotline 1 301 881 1655 This network…

Started by you


where's a child likely to have the most promising futire

big nation with transparent banking | big nation with secret banking
small nation with transparent banking | small nation with non-transparent banking

It used to be simple-worst place to be born was small nation with non-transparent banking unless it was laundering other nation's odd taxation policies .. in 2010s all bets are off ... continued


Entrepreneurial Economics has known for 40 years that 2010s is greatest time to invest in worldide youth's futures40 years is too long for politicians in any nation to be arguing over the wrong question. Today's core question of economics is not shall we cut debt - it is how did we lose the trust that we know what investments to make in youth's futures and what not to throw money at

Now we are continuing an Entrepreneurial Revolution debate which my father first raised in The Economist 40 years ago -who should pick up the bill for all the errors made by macroeconomists, politicians, big bank traders ? certainly not youth at this once ia generation time to investing in youth being 10 times more productive

crises of economics - cautionary notes from scots who lost their own country in a financial scam at start of 1700s


Know WHAT ECONOMICS DOES IS to design or destroy futures families want for their next generation


In 2012, over 90% of economists on tv news currently destroying youth's futures;  because they have forgotten economists' unique responsibility celebrated by mainstream economics from smith to keynes: modeling compound consequences- numerical  alogoritms computing how to maximise quarterly extraction are negatively correlated with purposeful futures peoples want -help us id the most purposeful networks in the world at innovations.ning


in the 20th C currency would have provided warning signs ahead of collapsing a nation, but euro has abandoned that safety measure, as has american dollar as world's reserve currency

- without own currency french, italina and spanish are now trapped in directions making  these countriues twice as unproductive to be in as being in germany with extra problems caused wherever governments are asking youth to pay the debts of sub-primed banks, healthcare or pensions


give back banks and markets to communities- this is what cashless banking and ebays owned by poorest communities can mobilise - provided we also search out best service franchise to open source as community owned - see brusels conference on social impact bonds we have linked at


for best information on rating nations sensibly - consider Jon C Ogg and all errors below are entirely mine (Chris.macrae ) - tell us if you can help edit what sustains a nation's future for youth

Notes on USA

United states world's largest economy 313 million and revised gdp figure of $14.66 trillion > gdp per capita: $47K

one of the most dysfunctional government systems in the world for sustaining youth futures where party politics fanned by commercial tv dominates every other consideration


suffering from being world's reserve currency which means it can't always make currency decisions best for its peoples


healthcare and social security  are designed in ways that disinvest in youth


has made youth pay for the bank crashes and property bubbles of 2008 instead of the owners of the banks that exploited extremely speculative behaviours confident that they they were too big to lose the bank

a worsening employment situation; country has history of bully tactics (guns and costly lawyers) in resolving issues that makes renewal of entrepreneurial-community approach to growth hard to start up


overspends in unhealthy sectors including arms and military and advertising; compared with other wealthy nations has most no go areas in big cities


unrealistic entitlement expectations of the public;  property bubble;  high deficit spending  a crumbing infrastructure-  professionally short-term mindset of 21st C seems unable to invest in big infrastructure projects that made usa great a century ago ; each level of government is designed to add conflict to planting such future value multipliers


refusal to increase tax revenues ..

with a few exceptions like MIT has most costly business schools (specialising in destroying jobs?) - hasnt resolved norman macrae's 1972 puzzle of how to go global while preserving capital markets as critical to strategy of how peoples savings are invested in next generation


saving grace - if only leaders could change macroeconomics (and all professions ) to value above zero sum models of net genartion century - US owns so much technology that could be opened up for extraordinary solutions needed to make 2010s youth's most productive decade



.- here is a letter we are writing to 100                                                                 

leaders identified during father's work

 in taking The Economist global .

They may care most aboutinvsting in youth

and net generation's productivity

- if you know of a group who would like to host

a similar dialogue please contact me

publisher journal

of youth economics                         -

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trending by

leader's-net berners  lee; danny  boyle ;
by media by city;by nation; by market purpose by greenbillion by e-billion                                                                                                               


European leaders are trapping youth in endless slump (a knockon of what wall street spent 200os spinning as summarised in Norman Macrae's last article written in 2008 and first forecast in unseen wealth reports issued by brookings/georgetown 2000)
until they end the euro's bias which over values french, italian

ad spanish ability to exchange productively by about 33%

and greece by about 66% with spain's extra crisis that paying off

junk property debts for a whole generation's lives isnt the sort of

banking reform that is sustainable -

so how can we construct world trades directly between youth

and is there a single country with a pro-youth leader


Update May - economists estimate that for every 1% cut from

national debt , 1.3& of the nation's GDP will be lost - showing

why in times of depression the last thing you should be ruled by

is austerity welcomes latest

references on this


Update Decmber 9 - 4 countries (mainly Britain, and perhaps 

Hungary, and  Czech Republic and Sweden)  refuse to join

other 23 in Euro mayhem. Why does the fatal conceit of rating

agencies whose incompetence and badwill fuelled the

sub-prime crisis continue to spin nation's futures at the cost

of youth and investing in growth. The EU is dead - long  live

the Entrepreneurial Union- with thanks to associate journalists for humanity at,,, worldeconomist.networldclassbrands.tvand 


Washington DC hotline 1 301 881 1655


The Euro is dead - or needs to be if youth are ever to work

again - because of a very stupid consequence of media

glorifying politicians. Europe's politicians have become

prisoners to speculator blackmail. The punchline is if you let

one nation off from paying its debt we (speculative global's

stinking rich) will tar all nations of Europe with the same

dis-trust. More than that we will pick out any nation economy

that has an unusual profile and start speculative runs against

it. Italy is not Greece. If Greece wants to leave the Euro , there

should be no pretence that it will come back for decades.

That way Euronations can prove the debt failure of Greece

has no more correlation with Euro-nations failing to pay their

debt than any nation on earth. 

Actually Greece has no need to leave the Euro if its youth sort

out there problems with being ripped off by the elder generation. This keeps far more than the debt hidden away in Greek churches non-church businesses. Moreover staff of these

churchs are part of the pension ponti scheme that elders of the

over-big government of Greece has been hoarding for years

as if there is no tomorrow (for youth). Never in living memory

have a group of elder Europeans so disinvested in their next

generation. However if Greeks actually want to keep this culture then of course they should exit the European Union.


Youth of Greece may also learn from Ecuador which had a

similar problem a few years ago and where youth have been

empowered by an entrepreneurial revolution - codename


Some of this is a tad over-simplified, but isnt it stargne how

the real stpries of macro-economic fatal conceit dont get a

voice on your nightly news.


Its time for euro politicians to stop playing the childrens game

of parcel the debt parcel- the 4 ways to get rid of debt are to

sell something (eg countries' land) or grow or inflate or penalise

that who bought the debt 

november g20 summit cannes - yet again serious issues like

worldwide food security have been relegated by firefighting

over crises causes by macroeconomics fatal conceit;


related issues end:  off shore meddlers and swiss secret



latest gos on economics in meltdown


Help value nations by how much they are optimalising

productive lives of youth and peoples. These 2 videos made

in the first quarter of 2008 have extreme saliency in 2011-

perhaps because one began with the curious question of a 9

year old new yorkerWe believe macroeconomists who prioritise ratings on debt are completely wrong as far as what ordinary

folk need leaders to invest in - what matters most to nations is

growth potential and sustainability of young peoples productive lives 


By our microeconomics valuation criteria, USA first lost its AAA rating in early

2001 when President Bush tore up Unseen Wealth reports - on how not to

compound risk. When the top multiplies risk its communities

that lose as distrust spins, transparency of information is lost,

and ecologican and youth sustainability of communities

destructs exponentially (slowly unseen at first until it reaches a

tipping point in which bubbles and entire world markets

collapse - but which insiders have shorted just in time to make

a killing)


In spite of dotcom , worldcom, enron, andersen meltdowns,

the whole world first fully spotted the financial consequences

of Unseen Weaalth spinning an ever more connected world 

in 2008 - when Wall Street and its rating agencies spread the

sub-prime virus. Tellingly the same rottent ratings agencieds

are spinning their erroneous maths into nations ratings of 2011.

Tellingly, too,  Clinton said one of the real tragedy of Wall

Street's rule of 21st C is half a generation of brightest

americans have been spent on compounding finacial risk

instead of innovating future needs such as green energy

- indeed every quality innovation the world needed the iggest

nation to take longest responsibility for uniting teh world round, the USA driven by macroeconomic errors has been prone to extrnalise and shor


These are the other nations that began August 2011 with official

AA Retaings - which do you agree with giving youth most

productive possible futures and which are governed by

politicians and finaciers leading to a lot less


read the story on 24/7 wall st.


Australia population of 21.5 million, an $882.4 billion
> gdp per capita: $40K
faced pressure from floods earlier this year, but the

country is rich in natural resources that have to be used

to build the world whenever the economy rises again. 

gdp in 2010 projections, vast resource reserves, lower

labor costs, and a low unemployment rate Its public debt

for 2010 was only projected to be 22.4% of gdp.

2. Canada population is under 34 million, its gdp is about

$1.33 trillion  > gdp per capita: $39K deep trading ties to

the u.s. ; Canada has vast natural resources and its citizens

mostly avoided the real estate and debt bubble that hurt

the u.s. the , and public debt at the end of 2010 was a

mere 34% or projected gdp. .

Denmark  population of just over 5.5 million. Revised

gdp data was put at $201.7 billion > gdp per capita: $36K

a well educated population. The nation has a large

dependence on foreign trade for goods and services and a

small. had a surplus in its balance of payments before

the government started spending to drive the economy.

Its high property prices are a concern, as is a slowing trade environment. . The country has kept the danish kroner rather than officially joining the euro. Low birth rates, a

n aging population, taxation, immigration trends, a

nd climate change are all risks for the small country

longer-term However, denmark has a sub-5%

unemployment rate and a 2010 debt to gdp of only 46.6%. 

Country prone to least useful attitude (eg unwise cartoons

on others religions) to helping celebrate cross-culotural

developing world of nordica countries

read: states where people pay the most (and least) in taxes

4. Germany With a population of 81.4 million and having

the no.5 global economy, . Gdp was $2.94 trillion
> gdp per capita: $36K (note this would be much higher

if West Germans hadnt shared their nation with East



since world war 2 has had huge advantage of not spending

25% of its people's money on arms and army races;


germany cannot avoid leading the eurozone bailouts with

what is now just an undervalued deutsche mark. the euro i

s the greatest fatal conceit invented by macroeconomists-

it canjt help sustain a diverse europe growing in different

ways, and german youth need to know how much of their

future is being spent on such waste; germany is the first

large nation to commit to ending cuclear within a decade

- thriving zereo carbon economic innovations can ge a

great focus for investment


 in 2010 and its unemployment rate is healthy for a

european nation. It also has a highly skilled labor force.


The growing pains of absorbing east germany are behind

itand the ratings agencies bring no quarrel with its triple-a

rating. Budget deficits, subsidies, tax cuts, aging

population trends, immigration and the obvious leadership

in eurozone bailouts do pose a risk. Still, public debt is

tolerable at 78.8% of 2010 gdp. While any continued

spending would pose longer-term risks, our take is that

germany will keep a triple-a rating longer than most


5. Holland
> gdp per capita: $40K  16.8 million and gdp is roughly

$676.9 billion. holland, or the netherlands, is in better

shape than many eurozone countries. Its population is

nearly  A solid labor force, a surplus to its current account,

and strong global industry all make it appear better than

many eurorzone sister nations. High-tech exports,financial

firms dominance, and its trade are all lags. Budget deficits

were high at 4.6% of 2009 targets and 5.6% of gdp in 2010

per earlier cia data this year. Public debt is now projected

at 64.6% of gdp 


A secure future unless climate change plays havoc on this

low lying country that is dependent on levies to hold back

the sea


6. Norway Gdp is highly dependent on the price of oil and

was about $255.3 billion,4.7 million people
> gdp per capita: $52K
The nation is rich in resources and one of the winners of

telecoms age part 1  .  and unemployment remains very l

ow.  Public debt was 47.7% of gdp. Norway is just about

self-sufficient even if the climate of ‘welfare capitalism’

exists with close to 50% of exports being in oil. It also

has the world’s second largest sovereign wealth fund

valued at more than $500 billion. Like most "cold" climates

has extremely cooperative peoples and culture - needs to

find right way yo get over culture shock of tragic july 2011 


read: the 9 foods the government is paying for you to eat

7. Singapore  population is tiny at 4.74 million and its

revised gdp is $291.9 billion.


> gdp per capita: $56k singapore is the sole southeast

Asian nation with a solid triple-a rating. Most exciting

model of second half of 20th century of a nation under 5

million -also makes one wonder what is optimal size of

nation in a borderless age; close analysis is needed of

how much of national growth came from laundering

neighbours excesses but what is truly imspiring about

singapore is how many service and network industries

it has trailblazed leadership in. The China relationship

of mainland, singapore and hong kong needs continuous

detailed tracking.
investors consider singapore the safest place today for

asia.  . Public debt is artificially high at 102.4% of gdp but

that is a government tie of the central provident fund. I

magine this for austerity measures: singapore has actually

not borrowed to finance any government deficits since the

1980s. .

8. Sweden> gdp per capita: $38K nearly 9.1 million people.

Gdp was $354.7 billion per revised 2010 cia data
sweden is the largest of scandinavian nations -seized

opportunity of raccing to be a leading netgen country when celebrating 1993 national debate of Norman Macrae's Den Nye Vikingen. . Public debt in 2010 was 40.8% of gdp,

low for europe and scandinavia. The nation was also not

wrecked by world war ii due to its neutral-nation status. 

the country does rely heavily on exports;

9. Switzerland population of just over 7.6 million and 2010

revised gdp of about $324.5 billion
> gdp per capita: $41K


worldwide youth will start to have a productive future when

the swiss currency starts falling - .  The mountain nation has

low unemployment ; public debt is still at 38.2% per

revised 2010 data; its taxation is rather low; its healthcare

system is a blended mechanism; there are barriers to

getting citizenship; and a sensible retirement model .

The world can drive itself to hell, and switzerland



Austria > gdp per capita: $40K population  8.2 million and

its 2010 gdp was roughly $332
Its business ties to the lands of the pigs ( Portugal, Italy,

Greece, and Spain) and to eastern europe hurt its balance

sheet.  The 2010 public debt ratio was 70.4% of gdp. Ties to

Germany have been Austria's historic advantage.. The 

EIU said, even before the latest waves of weakening in

trading partner nations, that austria needs to continue

restructuring, emphasizing knowledge-based sectors,

move to greater labor flexibility, and grow labor

participation to offset unemployment and aging trends and

low fertility rates. By conventional ratings Austria has a

lot of vulnerability but its culture is very community and

family grounded - we doubt that it will destroy its youths



read: america's 10 sickest housing markets

Finland about 5.25 million people. It has a gdp of roughly

$186 billion
> gdp per capita: $35K
. It has a large landmass and a small population of , a

higher unemployment rate today, and a deep reliance on

trade. Its precious technology sector is suffering with

nokia’s decline and the cia factbook noted that general

government finances will remain in deficit during the next

few years. Being rich in timber today does not weigh as

much as being reliant entirely on imports of energy, raw

materials, and many components for manufacturing.

While 2010 debt to gdp was only 45.4%. Another country

that conjventional ratings may find bleak but extremely

unlikely to disinvest in youths futures.

 . France> gdp per capita: $34K population is now

about 65.3 million and gdp was ranked as no.10 in the

world at $2.145 trilli

france is second to Gremany in big brother status in the

euro but historically it has always wagged the EU's tail -

will it really waste as much of its youth's futures

subsidising Euro rot? . France actually withstood the

recession better than many other nations by rediscovering

youth's entrepreneurial spirit- a recodrd 650000 starts ups

in 2010. But the cia data showed that budget deficit rose

from 3.4% of gdp in 2008 to 7.8% of gdp in 2010 with its

public debt going from 68% of gdp to 84% over the same

period. . Its banks also own substantial u.s. debt. .

Pension reform, tax reform, demographics, immigration,

a high degree of exposure to bailouts, pose France

similar chalengtes to USA with the exception that French

economists are ahead of the curve in transforming from

macroeconomics to microeconomics. France isnt entirely

out of future risk with its world leadership of nuclear one

of its questionable industries, as may be its arms dealing

realtionships. On the positive side France could help

innovate a loot in Africa and it knows how to re-edit many

of the EU's most unsustainable rules having done most to

 legislate them. Most positive of all is france love of healthy

food, drink at deep community levels, and its people's

grounded humor in making their own joie de vie may

yet be the best tonic as the Euro collapses. Its media

also provide today's best world service out of Europe

on most social business challenges. The French language

is probably intrinsically smarter to debate economics in

than the america's world business language.


4. United kingdom
> gdp per capita: $35K populationnabout 62.7 million and

its revised gdp figure was $2.17 billion. classically UK

has kept  triple-a rating since ratings were initiated.

The third largest economy in europe after germany

and france has a population of. The Brits were one of the

worst suffereres (and perhaps conspirators in wall street's

capital destruction) though they have the saving grace of

their own currency's flexibility..  With coal, natural gas, a

nd oil resources, reserves are declining and it is now a

net importer of energy.

The u.k.’s revised public debt to gdp was left at 76.5%.


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MILLENNIUM OF BRAND PART 2 to 1988 survey year of brand
Let us suppose as people experienced in branding or in mediating hi-trust open search we can identify the brand which can sustain the most people's productive lifetimes round achieving millennium goals voted for by the net generation
before we get to the thorny question of is the worldwide's favorite brand the leaders of superstars give back to communities, or telecentres owned by the poorest or other youth networks needing to job create, or free tertiary education or MIT or or or in conjunction with mo ibrahim transparency awards as prototype world service model for every continent, or Japan-borderless-economics or was it what The Economist was founded in 1843 and backed by queen victoria to do in helping her transition raj economics from empire to commonwealth? admittedly a project she commanded too fast with james wilson losing his life to diarrhea 9 months after being relocated to calcutta ( whose free healthcare network solution of oral rehydration grew the reputation of brac in bangladesh and obama's candidate for next world bank partners in health of Haiti)
what if currency in the future isnt planned by a few noisy politicians trying to re-elect themselves but is exchanged by the organisations that are most collaborating in 7 billion peoples improvement of the human lot and full lifetime if productivity - an idea that my father first called maximising gross world product as distinguished from gross national product
(long ago states became a minority of the top 100 economies judged in terms of separated systems)
will digital cash systems make this easy to brand provided the world's most trusted brand is chosen first - one which by definition will need to be owned in trust by everyone but arguably with more voting power to the next generation or those that have been compound excluded by the way political systems got mass mediated since world war 2
anyone else interested in co-editing this discussion doc or am I talking to myself? timing japanese embassy as guardians of happiest economics for asian pacific century are discussing such issues with sir fazle abed and friends of my father tomorrow night
chris macrae, Dhaka



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Chartering is an open Question & Answer method of mapping which we invite all most passionately interested in an unique purpose and heroic goal to linkin. . It was developed by a NM ER microeconomics network and published by the Economist Intelligence Unit in early 1990s. Our chartering network aims to focus first on the world's most unique value multiplying purposes.


Since 1982 Norman argued that service economies are sustained by interfacing great open projects- he then clarified how in true knowledge networking economics, people would quickly need to map why separated organisational structures often compound least economic impacts. At this community we will demonstrate how chartering works with a few small projects whose purposes we founded

  • Journal of Social Business
  • Opentech Parnter roundtables convened at places magic moments in 2010s race ton pro-youth economics


as well as a few giant projects we have tracked for a long time and believe to be absolutely critical to 2010s sustaining youth's most exciting decade

  • Paris as Social Business Capital of world ; DanoneCommunities
  • Social Business Chairs with a capital's multiple seats
  • SingforHope
  • Micro TechLab at Fukuoma Social Business City and Kyushu University
  • Yang Yin Bao
  • BankaBillion
  • Jamii Bora
  • Wholeplanetfoundation
  • Interface
  • Crowdmapping

This is our 35th year of helping Entrepreneurial Revolutionaries and networkers connect round the most heroic goals all are children want. It has been the greatest editorial privilege> Until Norman's passing in 2010 it was possible for 3 Macraes to meet and discuss detailed social experiences of work with youth in over half of the world's nations. As Internationalist Scots we build on 6 generations of our families's practical experiences across hemispheres and love of transparent maps of empowering productive lifetimes for and by all.

Main ER interests of this community are:

organisational stories


Mapping Greatest Purposes ever sustained across generations especially at times of extraordinary change- we invite future correspondents to this for the 16 most life-critical global markets


networks which seemed to be the defining change of productive lifetimes of anyone born after 1950


value multiplication which happens in hi-trust relationship architectires where everyone's best effors are trasparently linked in to win-win-win business modelsand sustainably rising exponentials - this can only happen in places and cultures where long-term investors are heroised more than speculators

More specific entrepreneurial revolutionary maps are linked in by our associate nings:

  • YunusCity: Increasing productivity of youth and poorest as Asia Pacific century leads


  • Jamii Bora - increasing productivity of youth and families in Africa and South



consider 3 of the most valuable maps of the future ever open sourced Bangladesh 2010, Internet 84, Asian Pacific www century 1976-2005 along with ER 1976 & Joy of Economics

The unacknowledged giant

The unacknowledged giantAdd to PlaylistNorman Macrae is remembered as the Unacknowledged Giant of The Economist. Actually he acted as the world's favourite hub for economics of entrepreneurs before there were hubs for enrepreneurs to collaboratethrough.
Economics is joyous when it helps peoples advance the human lot or when parents can see their investments in children and community are developing opportunities and lives that they could barely have dreamt of.

We suggest the term baddest bank be used to identify those from which freedom of peoples and nations may not be quite the same again. As an internationalist Scot, this sub-editor has a special interest- a banking scam at the start of the 1700s! led to the failure of Scotland as an independent nation, the hostile takeover of Scotland  by England, the need for more that half of Scots to emigrate to make a living in other parts of the world making Scotland one of the first diaspora nations. While worldwide entrepreneurial networking may have gained from this local banking fraud, its amazing that peoples all over the world haven't yet required economists to be transparent about the exponential consequences of bad banking -any parent owes it to their children of the net generation to sort this out now so that we get back to the 2010s being the most productive time for worldwide youth

clic pic above to download first issue of pro-youth economics edited by adam smith scholars out of Glasgow




2010s Youth's Most Trusted Brands : Grameen & Danone 1 2
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