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Capitalism - the good, the bad and the ugly

Mathematically capitalism is a living system .As mapped at ValueTrue.com and WorldClassBrands.tv, like any human relationship exchange system

it can be designed to compound one of 2 opposite directions - endgames!

OPEN: for the benefit of all especially our future generations, or CLOSED: to be ruled over by a few until ...

Between 2030 and 1946, humans will spend 4000 times more on Leraning Communications Technologies- forming a borderless world of

imoacts on each oethers culktures and communities - will this co-create the best or worst of worlds. Join our exploraruons of this started

in 1972 at The Economist -Norman Macrae's Curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution 



 Best are those who through their lifetime exponentially multiply billion of dollars of goodwill business, and then take personal responsibility for how their wealth helps youth solve the future's most urgent social challenges -as the 21st century comes of age, we recommend Jack Ma and some of the entrepreneurs ...

Ma (Ali baba TaoBao Alipay...) has inspired the Best we have searched to date, though we always love to be texted (USA 240 3168157) cases to review alternative ways forward that borderless creative youth can enjoy collaborating around most

Very good was the late great Ray Anderson at interface sustainability- he challenged industry sectors to change whole supply chains to profit from developing zero footprints as around partnerships committed to for at least 10 years- more than 20 years after Ray started his initiative, the UN has finally recognised partnerships as the 17th! of its sustainability goals but inconveniently it still doesnt value triangularisation of public and private by youth

Media and Capitalism- countries where the peoples are happy and free (delighted with their public servants) need to beware of what media they introduce.

The entrepreneurial freedoms that were once enjoyed by Americans and some Europeans do not seem to have truly survived a generation ruled by mass television. Ironically global youth have much less to fear from the biggest corporations animating China Capitalism because these were only permitted at a time when the western excesses of mass tv were clearly visible. However the Economist's Keynsian sub-editor (aka dad norman macrae) of future capitalism between 1948 argued 1988 that all communications revolutions were minor compared with the coming of the internet. This intergenerational leadership examination has been known since 1972 as Entrepreneurial Revolution. Norman would argue that it is no evolutionary accident that one of best pro-youth banking systems (BRAC {http://brac.tv 1]2 family of banks including BKASH) has emerged from experiments with mobile networking in Bangladesh from 1996- out of the poorest villages which noit only had no tv but no electricity

000_0002.JPG 44th year of The Economist's notes on future capitalism -queries isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com -partners in publishing World Record Book of Job Creation

in 1972 the economics editor of The Economist turned himself into the net generation's leading future historian (archive 1972) for 2 reasons:  he had been tutored by keynes (see last chapter f general theory) that no professions compounds more impacts onto next generations more than system designing economists; he had just see an early version of khan academy - 300 online students practising statistics simultaneously (UK national development project computer assisted learning). All this confirmed the megatrend norman had been diarising since 1946 - would spending 4000 times more on global village communications technology 2030 version 1946 turn out to sustain or destroy net generation livelihoods; norman (joined by frined peter drucker whom he had first met in stalin's russia early 1930s) spent next 12 years interviewing world leaders across hemiuspghres- what did they understand -and commit to - about this post-industrial revolution's opportunity and threats; the 2024/2025 reports were books offering action debriedings on leadership sustainability timelines (eg peace green energy internet as open learning, global health system as a first urgent knoiwledge networking compass, microbanking ...) published in 1984/5 in english and american before other languages 

2015 to be continued - why the UN sustainability goals will destroy millennials unless global health and global education systems (amychina.net) are urgently upgraded- minimum movements that need to be linked in for these global social actions to be mediated

online library of norman macrae-- 

Journal of Social Business .. MyFace  YOlympics

futurecapitalism.tv and world record book of jobs creation and parents-celebrating-youth networks ask you to help map

can we exponentially sustain investment in millennials thru 2030?

- era of spending 4000 times more on world communicatons tech than 1946 spend doubling every 7


NB Economists sources predicted that such increase in costs only sustainable if learning costs of life critical sectors like health, energy, social innovation come down





Far east



World record book of jobs creation





Von neumann's 44 intervention of computer program takes off



Von neumann 44 on






Consider Japan rising quality electronics-nex4 periods soon followed by s.korea






Superports mainly with chinese diaspora -hk, taiwan, singapore

Telecom economy of Satellites -coming of death of distance over next few periods


Greatest human/computer collab- moon race achieved 1969

Superports mainly with chinese diaspora -hk, taiwan, spinapore


NW  satellite telcoms & moon races




Agrarian Keynsianism soul of maos cultural revolution

Economist begins net generation curriculum of entrepreneurial revolution


Intel born -moores law for silicon chips


Brac born bangladesh for bottom-up disaster relief


72 birth of brac's bottom-up NGO and barefoot professionals -from 72, year after independence to largest sustainability  NGO and open learning system of W4E  by 2010s

Agrarian keynsism soul of maos cultural revolution; china to become epicentre of millennials world trade over next 5 periods








BRAC empowers greatest women social network round village mothers - launchpad = knowhow network of oral rehydration








Graeen entres alongside BRAC


Personal comp nets start up



Emirates starts to make dubai next superport -bridge mid and far east







birth of www from 89








96 Birth of mobile village phone partners-next 3 periods womnen4empowerment partners mobilise missing infrastructures that had chained village poverty
















Jim kim 012 world bank- 2030now depends on ...

Smartphones emerge- by 2013 direct borderless trades by SME take lead from USA -both at 40 billion dollars per year








China predicted to quadruple to 160 bn. SME direct world trades













........100 country survey of parents-for-youth emerging from world youth olympiads summer 2015


The ICAF’s programs are implemented by a network of country representatives and partners, including ministries of education, cultural institutions, and children’s organizations. Some of our country partners include:

  • Aruba: Aruba Arts Foundation
  • Argentina:  María Claudia Albini (The ICAF representative)
  • Armenia:  NFS Educational NGO
  • Austria: Isabell Claus (The ICAF representative)
  • Azerbaijan: National Commission for UNESCO
  • Bahrain: Ministry of Culture
  • Bangladesh: National Federation of Youth Organizations
  • Belarus:  Karina Kharaneka (The ICAF representative)
  • Bhutan: National Commission for UNESCO, Ministry of Education
  • Brazil: Canal Futura
  • Bulgaria: Culture Plus
  • Cambodia: Maddox Julie-Pitt Foundation
  • Cameroon: Nereus Patrick Cheo (The ICAF representative)
  • Cayman Islands: National Gallery of the Cayman Islands
  • Chile:  Paulina Contreras Correa(The ICAF representative PC) and Corporación Cultural Artistas del Acero
  • China: AKD Education Consulting (Beijing) and Canadian International School of Beijing
  • Congo, Democratic Republic: Ministry of Education
  • Cook Island: Ministry of Culture
  • Costa Rica: Gina Marín Rojas (The ICAF representative)
  • Croatia:  Ministry of Science, Education and Sports
  • Cyprus: Ministry of Education and Culture
  • Cyprus (Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus): Cyprus Child Foundation
  • Ecuador:  Isabell Crespo (The ICAF representative)
  • Egypt: Al Searag
  • El Salvador: Ministry of Education
  • Ethiopia: Wings Education and Media
  • Gambia:  Youth and Children Centre for Arts Foundation
  • Germany: Antje-Tesche Mentzen (The ICAF representative)
  • Ghana:  Francis Adams (The ICAF representative)
  • Hungary:  Attila Kovacs (The ICAF representative)
  • Hong Kong: AKD Education Consulting (Beijing)
  • India: Chandana Art Foundation International
  • Indonesia: Yuni Purnamawati (The ICAF representative)
  • Iran: Institute for the Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults (KANOON)
  • Israel: Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport
  • Ivory Coast: Defense des Enfants International
  • Japan: The ICAF Japan -translation  --major partner akira foundation
  • Kazakhstan: www.nurorda.kz
  • Kenya: Voluntary Youth Philanthropists
  • Korea: ChildArt Magazine Korea
  • Kyrgyzstan: Bishkek Art Center
  • Liberia: Child Art Liberia
  • Lebanon: Lebanese National Commission for UNESCO
  • Macau: AKD Education Consulting (Beijing)
  • Macedonia: Ivan Trpkov (The ICAF representative)
  • Madagascar: National Commission UNESCO
  • Malaysia:  The Tree Theater Group
  • Mauritius: Ministry of Education, Culture and Human Resources
  • Mexico: Casa Pacifica and CONACULTA
  • Namibia: Ministry of Basic Education, Sport and Culture
  • New Zealand: New Zealand Children's Art House Foundation Trust
  • Nigeria: National Council for Art and Culture
  • Palestine: Palestinian Child Arts Center
  • Papua New Guinea:  Michael Kisombo (The ICAF representative)
  • Peru: Comisión Nacional Peruana de Cooperación con la UNESCO
  • Romania: Euro-Asia Promotion and Cultural Foundation
  • Samoa: Ministry of Education, Sport and Culture
  • Saudi Arabia: King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture, Saudi Aramco
  • Senegal: Club UNESCO Emile Badiane
  • Sierra Leone: Mustapha Sesay (The ICAF representative)
  • Slovenia: Institution for Creative Development of Young Children
  • Spain:  Professor M. Reyes González Vida, University of Grenada (The ICAF representative)
  • Sri Lanka: CCBS (Colombo Children’s Book Society)
  • Swaziland: National Council for Arts and Culture
  • Sweden:  Christer Edman (The ICAF representative)
  • Taiwan: AKD Education Consulting (Beijing)
  • Tajikistan:  Mumtoz Kamolzoda  (The ICAF representative)
  • Tanzania: National Arts Council
  • Togo: Hokifa
  • Turkey: Asli Kinsizer, Arts Department Director at Takev (The ICAF Representative)
  • Uganda: Mike Ssembiro, African Peace Murals Uganda (The ICAF representative)
  • Ukraine: Klavdiya Bogolyubova  (The ICAF representative)
  • United Kingdom:  Elaine Thomas (The ICAF representative)
  • Uzbekistan: Tatyana Chabrova  (The ICAF representative)
  • Venezuela: Walter & Werner
  • Vietnam: Christina Noble Children's Foundation
  • Yemen: Ebhar Foundation for Childhood and Creativity
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Monday, May 25, 2015

EconomistUniversity invites you to play 2 games celebrating Keynsians and inspworld's favorite global by how The Economist was edited to emerge as the world's favorite viewspaper between 1948 and 1989


Game 1 Future history Game Dedicated to Keynes
The last few pages of Keynes General Theory describe the job of Keynisina economists-design systems so that next generation's livelihoods can unite round ending poverty.The Economist had been started up in 1843 to mediate the same goal as the industrial revolution's impacts grew exponentially out of UK and around the world... the consequences of the industrial revolution were very mixed- by 1939 data shows that about half the world's people had not advanced beyond subsistence level being left without scuh infrastructures as electricity grids, running water, roads of distribution, while some clusters of people had advanced health and wealth by as much as 200 fold; soon after world war 2, which norman spent his last days as a teennager in navigating RAF planes over modern day bangladesh and myanma, nornan spotted a post-industrial trend which he spent his life questioning leaders about. The world was starting to double its 7-year spends on global communications technology and infrastructures- which if continued to 2030 now would mean over 4000 times more spent on such technologies in 2030 versus 1946. Game 1 invites you to report on one or more 7 year periods from a viewpoint that matters most to people you are connected with . Please aim to use both impact lens relevant to exponentially compounding opportunites and threats to human sustainability
Game 2 - world record job creators game- dedicated to sustainable millennials and parents who invested in them..

make a table of 3 rows and 4 columns. Nominate 12 world record job creators or alumni networks. Discuss your choice with some friend passionate about job creation and hopefully valuing the Keynsian mindset and mapping a shared view of future history discovered by playing game 1. Compare your resulting votes for 12 world record job creating connections with our benchmark game.

Further resources- Economist-inspired diaries from local or demographic viewpoints 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1314 15

Dream Universities and social action movements we'd like to be alumni of

post us results of your games or references isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com





do you live in a university town which would like to start up a Preferential Option Poor (POP) or Joyful Women 4 Empowerment student club? isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com washington dc 240 316 8157

we have seen 100% development (joyful womens) paradigms for much of bangladesh's history and several UN first ladies are now planting 100% joyful women empower clubs as evident from conferences in new york last week

we understand Pope Francis to support 100% development clubs - culturally these have been coded since 1968 -see eg In Company of the Poor (POP =Preferential Option Pootr)

I live in washington dc and am talking to catholic university of DC experts in POP about how to start a student club that anyone who cares about 100% engagement could join before the Pope addresses Congress on 24 September

The idea for university clubs started in Chile (as a culturally more flexible variation of the student club that muhammad yunus has been asking youth to start everywhere since 2007). They were kind enough to send me over to Rome to hunt for 100% engagement student clubs. there

A parallel diary challenge in 2015 which the UN has scale the greatest transformation year ever is where can continent-wide youth linkin to discuss 100% POP 

October's world  youth summit launched the youth convergent event in Panamas next month http://ticamericas.org

Nobel peace laureates and others are hostiing the larges (known to us) youth event of this kind in November at Atlanta
where else can youth popularise 100% engagement

chris,macrae@yahoo.co.uk 240 316 8157 wash dc www.futurecapitalism.tv 

 online library of norman macrae--

Youth Top 25 Future Capitals? Rome is ; Budapest is

Mirebalais (Haiti) is , Boston is ...



visit our youtube; or join in the games of 3 people who can most help milennials save the world 

Youth Capitalsm- Goal to Celebrate Net Generation 10 times more productive and colaborative all over our borderless planet  In 1972 father first saw students testung digital learning networks. He spent the erst of his life at The Economist hosting a global village debate on Youth's Entrepreneurial Revolution as one single generation faced system transformations far more sudden thanthe insdustrial or any other prior revolution in human and natiral history..3  2  1 where do you twit the futures for your choldren? rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

Do you share our belief that parents are communally responsible for ensuring that family savings and taxes spent by public servants are used to improve the livelihoods of our next generation?  -references norman macrae's work in The Economist 1948 to 1990 (or book on London Capital Market) 

 Never have rich nations wasted their most able brains (25-35 postgraduated professionals) like the last 15 years.

How did it happen? Instead of celebrating investing in milennials' goals peoples have been greenwashed by millennium goals. Today we aim to link youth into reality of social action summits and kill off the millennium goals as a PR junket -interested in valuing the difference rsvp chris.macrae@yhaaoo.co.uk or come co-blog at http://youthcreativelab.blogspot.com 


 Do you live in a top 25 Capital for youth jobs, sustainability, happiness and freedom? Votes welcome chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk




Help develop market for future capitalism  -tell us -chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk -  if you have a project compatible with the above logic- here are some of those friends of Norman Macrae Foundation are testing

 Journal of Social  Buisness 

click pic to dowload free copy of inaugural issue .

 supporting twin capitals of youth jobs expos - eg atlanta nov 2015 

editing GG book of world record job creators in time for Atlanta and other post 2015 youth goals partnerships 

Linking in the world's pro-youth collaboration capitals- where and how the peoples use cafe, lab and hub to innovate sustainabilty's edgies solutions. Systemic innovation required much more diverse context to risk modelling and social action networking. here's a benchmark case - is your capital celebrating future of youth in as entrepreneurial a way?

NW diary: Next relevant MOOC - world bank june 2014; next relevant millennials competition world bank spring meetings 2015 -rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk to post other hemisphere diaries....

Open societies are the most trusted pathway youth can search to replicate grounded solutions that the worlld's biggest investment flows can't. Are you climactically aware of the sort of professional systems transformation Einstein and Von Neumann anticipated would be humaniy's last call in being more connected than separated ....................................................................................................................................

Help http://www.worldeconomist.netdevelop open education curiculum of pro-youth economics Helping yunus edit and viralise youth's impossible become possible postcards- starting with the nearly free nusring college network aiming to create the next 100 million jobs of girl power's most trusted community workers    


CURRICULA OF YOUTH & CAPITALISM  -which do you most want to explore? if as educator or student you need customised tour skype chrismacraedc washington dc 301 881 1655 chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk- and I will try and connect you with whom is open sourcing which curriculum

These are some of the sub-branches of next capitalism most being discussed at the moment (please tell us if ypu come across a substantially different mindset of future capitalism which is free for any student to explore)

Futiure Capitalism as inspired by milennium goal collaboraton races (where most revolutionary practices emerged in bangladesh from 1972 and wherever mobile village connectivity was freed around poorest families (including bangladesh (partners soros, telenor, MIT mobile tech entrepreneurs) from 1996 and kenya from 1999)  Microfanchises and public media and digital open source repliaction

Although we first studied Futire Capitalism with 12000 students of Mughmmad Yunus in 2008, two sub-branches connected by yunus or his fans include:

-social business capitalism - since 2010 YUnus in public prefers only to work with 100% social  business modeling - two of its virtues are it is mathematicall the opposite of the most extractive business models mne have evert used- it is arguably the simplest nechmak for both sustaonabl e charities and community intebgrate privatisation (and we dont know how sustainability can be mapped by any other form of privatisation)

-conscious capitalism -this seems to ultimately be whatever john mackey leads it be - in the sphere of cleaning up bottom-up forms of agriculrural microcredit gthis has been a useful curriculum ; in terns of CC in other sectors it ratrhers depends who the lead practitioner being benchmkarked is

-bottom of the pyramid capitalism - while this term was coined by the late great CK Prahalad -arguably its most exciting benchmarker todays is 80-something Paul Polak who is on a mission to design 25 bottom-up multinational models as  legacy he wishes to pass on to youth -see dlab at mit 2014 ti celebrate that 

Asian forms of Beyond Capitalism -actually (as searches of The Economist will show) Japan began the first way above zerosum forms of capitalism after world war 2 - and it is hjust as well with 60% of all youth in the Adian region that the eastren hemisphere has had its own benchmarks which have become nationaly blended in each successful country

We value mapping how Capitalism needs to go beyond in each practice sectors (value chain/exchange study -nobody creates jobs through this view with such verve and optimism and world bank jim kim and young professinal networks empowered by him) - since 1972 these sectors have been ones we have most urgently wanted to help youth mediate


  • open education
  • -green energy
  • -peace
  • other top  5



Freeing Minrority's Capitalism- because theree halves of gthe world still have less than 10% voice in the fur=tyre, we are happy whenever we are introcuced to:

womens empowerment capitalism

youth capitalism -a sub-sector of which has become orphan capitalism

end poverty capitalism 


 Capitalism - how people save to advance the lot of their net generation (discussion why The Economist used this definition for 85% of its lifetime)


History shows societies are partucularly smart when they empower Youth to question capitalism just ahead of times times of great change.



That's how parts of our planet tended to win in the past; since 1972 the most exciting capitalism queries we have tracked involve societies aiming to win-win for the future


online library of norman macrae--

History of Capitalism

agriculture and army capitalism ; from 1500 navy and round-the-world trade capitalism; from first half of 19th century industrial era capitalism part 1 ; from world war 2 industrial age capitalsim blended with tv age (notably industrial age capitalism produced 2 main failures - communism and extrem tv age capitalism in which there is no freedom of speech and sustainability of  local markets are choked by biggest advertisers

 from 1970s netgeneration capitalism - this is when we started studying future capitalism  (to tale ;politics pout of valuing our next generation's futures we would recomend you transparently map value chains - and recognise that mathematically mapping is wholly safe and economic to use as a function of how much it is updated from the bottom-up and in a collaborative maner especially at what might othrrwise spiral as risky borders). Discuss furtherTo the extent that nature rules evolutionary survival she regards man's boundaries as highly disrespectful )



download youth world banking

The Hunt for missing curriculum may be the greatest economic stimlus that open educators and Future capitalsm's freedom movements can do now


 About Norman Macrae Foundation and Job Creating Economists First Quarter of a MillenniumAbout The Economist's Entrepreneurial Revolution and Future Capitalism of Leaders worthy of Youth TrustAbout Youth Capitalism's Job Creating Educators, and media designers 

About MOOCyouth and MOOCYunus

 About opportunity of exponential value multiplication -the simultaneous local transformation of a global market whose purpose ihas lost its way -compounding intergenerational destruction of our species  -eg 1 can healtcare rise from ashes About milllennium's most exciting collaboration goals and future histories of market innovationsthat have sustained improvement of the human lot out of every community 
 Correspondent chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk washington dc region hotline 1 301 881 1655 writes: Since 9/11 I have become most interested in asking  economists and journalists and educators where do you search for the greatest job creating entrepreneurs and curriculum. 12 year of networking this search
has repeatedly shown some answers to be:: As well as an entrepreneurial handful of educators and open technologists
  • searching foundations of the real (Bangla-inspired) microcredits and global financial inclusion networks is one rich field -especially banks designed to improve the futures of the poor , for youth or for mothers; also searching those who turned their concern for orphans into curricula such as aflatoun
  • I believe those who are most passionate for long time about nursing and green energy will also be rich sources and have several meetings on that before the end of the year. 
I would love to hear  from you IF this open way of framing questioning at job-creating youth summits, and dialogues on economics from the ground-up, leads to any other urgent sources to interview or to collaboratively linkin with youth

Touring capitals where educators and leaders are committed to co-creating 1 million new jobs in 2010s with youth and around their region or peer networks seems to my family the best way to remember my father’s lifetime work at The Economist (a subsidiary goal is empowering teenagers to access curriculum of entrepreneur at school or during apprenticeship)

please tell me chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk    (washington DC region hotline 1 301 81 1655 )if you wish to linkin either with past tour capitals or can help linkin your capital; as well as 1 million jobs an integral commitment is to make entrepreneurship a mass accessed open curriculum in the place’s schools - as important a literacy as any .

TOUR of 1 Million Job Creating Future Capitals

June 2013 Budapest CEU- Networks including Soros Open Society,Chanpionships and Paul Farmer Partners Health -- Rehearsal

October 2013 Warsaw - Rehearsal

22 November 2013 Atlanta 2 year project - rate 8/10 for achieving goal during 2010s

December 2013 Glasgow

Planning for 2014

Joburg/Capetown Goal likelihood: 9.5/10

JOTTINGS example of letters we massively mail to see who’s who in a future capital; JOTLEADS some links if you want to follow up a JOT

example JOTTINGS GL1

glasgow region linking in letters - foci MOOC ;“”youth economics” from Adam Smith on ; jobs entrepreneurs

the principal of glasgow university will host a joint remembrance party to andrew skinner a world famous scholar of adam smith and dad; this will be timely as glasgow has just announced being the senior university in the mooc partners platform futurelearn along with the british library and open university


I think I can use this goal to personally write to all my father's peers to remind them aspects of their work on Entrepreneurial Revolution with him which connected with this - the first person to try and get on board being lord sainsbury's daughter as www.ashden.org prize network is also the missing collaboration curriculum network of green energy community solutions;the Yunus www.ghakti.org case of million solar units installed and doubling every 2.5 yeras is the leading benchmark - for more references see www.yunusbrand.com

John Mackey of WholeFoods promotes yunus and youth connections more than any other major USA CEO - see www.wholeplanetfoundation.org  www.wholekidsfoundation.org  www.consciouscapitalism.org

Message to generation21 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YExeafz5GFc&list=PLxLLI53QQSJy0s2opmrcvD2abB2HVx_Sj

Muhammad Yunus on SB at The Economist

BBC2 Newsnight Yunus and Moyo

Yunus on Social Science Fictions at World Economic Forum

25 youtube interviews made by youth with yunus coleagues in dhaka in 2008 from 10000 dvd www.yunus10000.com

Norman Macrae last 2 articles (2008) on Yunus published in Remembrance Brochure - download

youtheconomics's channel  by youtheconomics


video entrepreneurialrevolution.avi by microeconomist 2 years ago



Warsaw 21 Oct 2013 - attending 13 world summit of nobel laureates I noticed the most exciting local youth networks of this summit don't appeared to be connected to the most exciting polish youth networks I have seem to be connected  to youth networks that EU summits promote and so on -


thus the simple idea - can we just list most active youth future capitlalism networks capital by capital so we can all celebrate them?


starting with Poland -help update ourcollaboration youth diary

walesa's youth hosts of solidarity movements youth most need to support around every corner of this planet - poster and video competitions

EU investment in microcredit in Poland and youth microcredit plan competitions


help add this to our city by city forum yunuscity http://yunuscity.ning.com


NEEDSMARKETING was formed in response to Gandhians after 9/11. From 2013 on, we map with googledoc updates (eg 1 2) as a more collaboratively joyful and simple way for youth to massively communicate 2013-2017

Masterbriefing elements of mix most valuable to transforming markets to value hardest working people include: moblising community microhubs, millennium goal solution postcards, MOOCs, reality tv programs hosted by world's most trusted entrepreneurs ; googledocs for arrangiing 25000 person open space summits with million youth virtual interactive webcasts;


Subscribe  (rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk free youth's future capitalism newsletter) to Special 25 monthly editions of Future Capitalism Newsletter -edited out of all capitals with a youth future between Oct 2013 and October 2015 when 25000 of America's most radical youth entrepreneurs meet in Atlanta to discuss 10 curriculum matching the most collaborative post 2015 goals of their millennium

-cost zero student

-cost for first 500 adults zero

-cost for other adults- pay for one youth entrepreneur to get to Atlanta




Pilot for month 1 of 25

Enjoy this tableau of what went down in washington dc on thursday and friday from the pro-youth economic viewpoint thanks to the meeting of Shorebank's Mary and Georgetown's Mlb. If the format doesnt come over well on your email interface or if you would like to help continue to micro-wiki the curriculum on Global Financial Conclusion please click to here

help wiki curriculum of Universal Financial Access one of top 10 curricula of 25000 youth and post-2015 millennium goals and MOOCYUNUS

001 Oct 11 2013 World Bank Today at the World Bank annual meetings,Jim Yong Kim stated, “We will use our knowledge to become a bolder institution. Let me give you one example. We’re launching today an initiative to provide universal financial access to all working-age adults by 2020. Globally, 2.5 billion adults have no mechanisms to save money, let alone pay bills through a savings account or a mobile phone. We believe we can chart a path toward universal financial access by bringing together multiple approaches and technologies. This is exactly the type of ambitious project that can help lift many people, especially women, out of poverty.”

002 25 Dec 2008 Norman Macrae’s last article - if banks had truly competitive then at least one would have used technology to bring down cost of basic records in a way that would have raced to end a world of the unbanked. Jobs of the whole net generation 

depended on such trust in global village banking being celebrated everywhere

. help network pro-youth economies


  1.  GABV ‏@bankingonvalues 17h

  2. "when we think of next generation innovation for me it's about young people" Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, finance minister Nigeria #igniteFI2013

  1. GABV ‏@bankingonvalues 17h

  2. "need to change banking models to be demand driven" James Mwangi @equitybank Kenya #WBLive #igniteFI2013

  1. GABV ‏@bankingonvalues 17h

  2. "we have to be ambitious and deliver 90% financial usage" Queen Maxima #WBLive @WorldBank

  1. GABV ‏@bankingonvalues 18h

  2. GABV welcomed in opening remarks @WorldBankLive financial access event #igniteFI2013

  1. Paula Martin ‏@MarcellaMac 18h

  2. Pens not guns fight terrorism-Malala Yousafzai World Bank/IMF in Washington DC @Vancity @bankingonvalues pic.twitter.com/0BzWIwwtGd

  1. GABV ‏@bankingonvalues 10 Oct

  2. Thanks to all for tonight's conversation and for exploring a better future for finance @bankingonvalues @GSEI_Georgetown #valuesbanking

  1. GABV ‏@bankingonvalues 10 Oct

  2. How to scale up values-based banking? Harness citizens' interest in banking crisis @Vancity CEO Tamara Vrooman #valuesbanking  Biggest barrier to growth is human capital; people fully values-aligned, says -at van city my job #1 is need to connect all 2500 staff to community to create a contradiction-free culture of integrity. The more explicit Vancity is about serving the real economy, the more growth it sees esp with young people,

help edit wiki  on curriculum of  banks with values here

Survey what's your nation's favorite youth investment Bank? In 2013's world of muddled knowledge, probably only Kenya and Bangladesh have clearly popular answers - Open education entrepreneurs desperately seek your help so that this curriculum vitae transparent and worldwide democratic by the time 25000 youth meet in Atlanta fall 2015.






Hi-Trust Businesses and Capitalism are the only systems that have advanced human progress over last 20 years. However that does not mean that low trust global businesses will result in anything other than detruction. Where do you debate Future Capitalism

Chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk job creation agent & archivist The Economist's Entrepreneurial Revolution Genre since 1972

http://normanmacrae.ning.com Norman Macrae Foundation of The Economist's Pro-youth economist

Washingtin DC region hotline 1 301 881 1655

video links particularly recommended for Washington DC open society citizens and students to free future capitalism include:




Hot Dialogues

top 100 muddled economics videos -free the teachers of 11 year olds to boldly MOOC..

1 soros rethink economics from ground up - further ref http://inetworkeconomics.org/http://www.opensocietyfoundations.org/ 


top 20 monopolies destroying job creation of net generation

notes here on how television ended freedom of speech being taken over 1 either by politicians 2 or extreme commercialism educators 4 monopoly 

next 100 million jobs nursing

bravo khanachealth 1 2 ,. vote for healthwebs worth your knowledge sharing time patientslikeme.com  

Diary of ChrisMacrae.com chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

Please suggest ways I can use my time to accelerate massive pro-youth collaborations especially in open education and co-hosting remembrance parties of father's Entrepreneurial Revolution - eg video from boardroom of The Economist http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FbYo9daNiTY



 Conscious Capitalism Mackey et al

 mackeycapitalismtranscript2000citizenmeetsanfran2013.doc mackeycapitalismtranscript2000citizenmeetsanfran2013.doc, 30 KB



 Bangladesh Social Business Capitalism= Yunus and .. MIT Job Creating alumni capitalism Soros Open Society and INET CapitalsimSan Francisco Open Education Capitalism 

 The Economist's Future  (Collaboration Entrepreneur) Capitalism - Wilson, Smith , Say et al

The Economist was founded 170 years ago to mediate an end to hunger -could Bezos relaunch washington post towards such a purpose

help progress The Economist's 40 year search for pro-youth curricula : energy & food security; health & nursing;financial services: mass media remixed; education; pros and ecos; Org Design for collab entrepreneurial revolution
Plus Ca Change.. what were The Economist's 7 Entrepreneurial Revolution wonders of 1972 have become the 7 most desperately sought open curriculum of 2013 - join in next at Soros-INETe partner of coursera: money curriculum 1 sept 2013, or rsvp if you have a MOOC nomination to swarm one million youth to


DC networks discussion

Emergence of Citizen Media in capitals that lost touch with sustainable capitalism

Dc has been just about the worst western capital I can imagine being in the last 16 years from viewpoint of pro-youth economics


Keynes Future Capitalism including Schumpeter, Schumacher and Von Hayeks end of path to serfdom  


The unacknowledged giant

 Are you interested in next collaboration updates of the 40 year survey of The Economist's 7 entrepreneurial revolutions capable of mapping a sustainable net generation www.wholeplanet.tv by investing in 3 billion global village jobs first published 1984. Now that the idea that the world's best for youth job creating university will be free and online has become the most collaborative of all these revolutions, our system dynamics map can be reconfigured like this - where would you like to join the map, and what 12 minute Training Course (TC) would you commend milions of youth interact first

Pro-youth curricula legend

  • Open Education - 2010s gamechanger of all gamechangers youth's number 1 job creating university is free and online
  • C4 Cashless banking last gamechanger to get back to pro-youth global village banking
  • B4 multi win value exchange modeling & Unlearning needed (by economists, professions, politicians) to sustain open systems
  • A01 A02 A03 A4 Open Health led by nursing and nutrition curriculum 4.1 coming soon 4.1a emedic 4.2
  • 3 mobilise open tech -empower millions times more collaboration - for all life critical apps
  • 2 helping youth mediate borderless heroes and Mgoals uniting cultures
  • 1 clean energy

Norman Macrae 1 2  Foundation www.NMfound.net www.futurecapitalism.com www.wholeplanet.tv

www.microeducationsummit.com & www.considerbangladesh.com NMfound education and journalism projects since 2005; www.worldclassbrands.tv a NM found leadership valuation project since 1988; pro-youth economics and entrepreneurial revolution dialogues since 1972

5801 Nicholson Lane Suite 404 N.Bethesda MD 20852Tel 301 881 1655 email chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk linkin 9500 twitter obamauni Skype chrismacraedc






higher order revolutions needed for investment abundancy and joy of pro-youth economic designs to take over from scarcity and elders fears/debts and conflicts caused by separating and externalizing and lack of integrating diversity

  1 Clean Energy   4= Require multi-win system mapping of professions politicians and economists 

...to be consistent with expoenential sustainability of every global village - involve wholehuman race in trillion dollar audts of each global markets goal-led purpose - ref charter.ning.com
7 OpenEDU  video on challenge of massive collaboration by Astronaut Garon http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KceYWVwiWLM&feature=youtu.be3 Mobilise life saving apps of million times more collaboration tech 4= affordable healthcare depends on gamechanger of designing nursing and nutrition as most trusted grassroots information and service networkers of 21st C - includes local food and water security, and risk prevention ilabs 
 ............................................................... 2 Mediate future goals and social investments in youth's collaboration heroes for millennium's heroic purposes and borderless world   4= Cashless banking becomes last gamechanger in reconciling right old muddle of currencies and lack of youth investment banks integrated though family's intergenetaional savings out of each community

 numbers indicate proposed serial order of transformation back in 1984 (doing 1 first would have been most microeconomic- but now let's just do them altogether as currricula of youth's number 1 free university


mail chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk if you can join in blog http://moocyunus.blogspot.com
2013's main collaboration-survey:  which 12 minute Training Courses TC) do millions of online youth most need to interact around to create jobs and make 2010s most productive and collaborative time to be alive www.wholeplanet.tv  what is MOOC? First clicks: coursera  khanacademy y10000

 more conversations with world entrepreneurial revolutionaries on: mooc endgame is world number 1 job creating university is free, online

to sainsbury family founder of green energy awards http://ashden.org- dad's (The Economist's Pro-Youth Economist) 40 years Entrepreneurial quizzes at The Economist starting in 1972 converged on 2 best for net generation end games- green energy, the www can free markets of job-creating education -which 12 minute TC would you wish milions of youth interact first

to founder of jamii bora 1 2 -  [6:32:27 AM] Skype chrismacraedc: ingrid  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ome28Obiy4I most important 30 second yunus wish i ever expect to see made 48 hours ago as finale of skoll world forum

clicpic to search unacknowledged giants of pro-youth economics
Norman Macrae
Norman Macrae, Japan Order of Rising Sun with Gold Bars, CBE was a British economist, journalist and first author of internet generation (& 21st C pro-youth economics), considered by some to have been one of the world's best forecasters when it came to economics and society -dad valued youth more than any economist or journalist or mass mediated public servant I have met- what were his methods?


Future Capitalism & History of Entrepreneurship - whole truth of pro-youth economics 170th birthday party in 2013

The Economist was founded in 1843 by a Scot James Wilson to ask industrial revolution's biggest decision-makers how quickly would they help youth achieve the main entrepreneurial revolution goal of ending hunger. Unluckily for James, Queen Victoria rushed into his project sending him to calcutta to reform raj economics where he died 9 months later through lack of oral rehydration- it took his next generation (son-in-law) walter bagehot to reform The English Constitution and Victoria's job from head of slavemaking empires to web of commonwealth; a generation on Gandhi's whole truth revolution required redesign of India's education system with Montessori and Einstein; two generations on the nation of Bangladesh was born to invite the world to redesign 21st c education around worldwide net generation.  Gandhi's other place for seeding Entrepreneurial Revolution - South Africa- became the southern hemisphere's greatest liberator of 21st C youth in partnership with Silicon Kenya and a little rejuvenation of elders thanks to Mandela and Branson's passion for community happiness and freedom.

According to Peter Drucker, the word entrepreneur had actually been coined by the Frenchman JB Say around 1800 in their exploration of how to redesign society after cutting off heads of the 1% who wished to monopolise all productive assets. Both James and JB were alumni of Adam Smith whose 1750s writings explore what it is like to lose a nation's freedom to an international banking scam. This had been scotland's fate in the first decade of 1700s. The consequence hostile takeover by England- between 1700 and 1843 more than half of Scots had to emigrate to find jobs as London annexed Scotland in its Empire

help us rewrite youth's joyful future histories at grameenscotland.com grameenafrica.com grameenfrance.com  planetdhaka.com and wherever you choose to sustain nations and celebrate cashless banking

 Hot spring 2013- pro-youth economic futures by probabilistic modellers, youth and entrepreneurial revolutionaries


Diary note March 2013 I was over in Dhaka talking to Sir Fazle Abed about what sort of help youth could give him to get his life's worked turned into a million open online curriculum - if you have specific ideas please email chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk - for general discussions try joining in at http://bracnet.ning.com



Good News- Tokyo Plans 12000 youth economics competition ; rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk .. join search for 10000 most collaborative youth 

download- synopsis on book on most important question ever asked- it all began here in Scotland over quarter of a millennium ago yunus10000.jpg

Keynes (General Theory) said that capitalism as mankind's extreme power could do good if it invested in your next generation's productivity but could compound untold harm if left to old men to rule over. When my father at The Economist first saw 500 youth sharing knowledge around a digital network, he added another principle. The net generation's unprecdented change in needing to value collaboration would either make the start of the new millennium the most productive and sustainable time for worldwide youth or spin the the beginning of the end of our planet sustaining 7 billion beings. That's why his 1984 book mapped the optimistic pathway forward but whimsically ended with a chapter in 2024 where the rest of the universe was starting to communicate with earth only because humans had navigated investments in youth co-producing the most heroic goals. This web is dedicated to the inspiring economcs of youth competitions. opin us in investmenting in letting youth network the most productive and sustainble ideas any generation have multiplied its brainpower to come up with. Please join us is this is the sort of future you would like for your children's children

discussion spaces:

Stiglitz - europe-greatest mistakes economists ever made?

transatlantic views of what to value most in massive investments in youth entrepreneurs: Student Social Entrepreneurs Take Top Prize | Philanthropy Journal oct 2012 – Pennies 4 Progress, first place winner of the UNC system-wide student ... at last week's North Carolina Social Business Conference, stemmed from ... shook hands with Dr. Yunus as they came to the stage to accept their prize.


3 economic multipliers that uk can give back to world- celebrate nursing everywhere and healthcare costs become affordable; open up public media to youth competitions and rid yourself of the worst mass media barons; actually huge revolutionary leaps in mans progress like indudtrial revolution involve nations making huge investments - debt status of a nation isnt a problem among wise economists but not knowing how to invest in youth is! 

  1. notournewsoftheworld.avi

    At www.youthandyunus.com  our number 1 debate is : Will the world's most powerful people help youth co-create good news and job creating ...by yunuscentre .. FutureCapitalism dialogues on how to close down old media barons stimulating bad vibes



Interdependence Day 2010 - Can your networks and communities help Dr Yunus Change Capitalism - world's inaugural microeconomics summit Glasgow 4 July includes 70th birthday wishmaking for 2010s most exciting decade to be alive - the one where peoples reform globalisation to be sustainable for all communities and all children creating 7 billion jobs worthy of humans creative lives

Back in 2005, 40 people met at http://www.the-hub.net - each declared a sustainability crisis that they would collaborate all their networks round in an effeort to retirn global systems to sustainability by 2012  Even after 3 years and 13 meets with Dr Yunus, it has seemed like a netizens bridge too far until we heard that a friend of Dr Yunus in Glasgow has been preparing to make that a best twin city of Dhaka for 20 years . Now even my 2005 sustainability challenge of getting the BBC to be the social busienss change Yes WE Can be seems possible


- what Yunus 70th birthday wishes can we all linkin and interact round Glasgow and Collaboration Cafe from Interdependence day on?

Visit Future Capitalism at: http://futurecapitalism.ning.com/?xg_source=msg_mes_network

.Leadership partnerships in Global Industry Sector Responsibility - see below for quarterly updates of committed players.Risk analysis of exponentials & value multipliers.Trillion Dollar Audit as edu game for all ages & inter-professional truth -see below

.Youth Journalism School of Network Economics : Yes We Can: good news cases of integrating bottom-up 

.Safe Banks 1 2Microsummits & 7 Collaboration Innovation Wonders of community interconnectivity
End poverty as the one system of system goal that unites this generation's www race.Sustainability Investment funds grounded in microeconomics & hi-trust system design.entrepreneurial revolution of 1000 social businesses for open source replication

 2010 Annual Book of FC -rehearsals Dhaka June 29 - What do young people need from Future Capitalism? first -what's your favourite 1-2-3 of FC rsvp info@worldcitizen.tv, DC bureau usa 301 881 1655 


mail info@worldcitizen.tv with sightings

The Grassroots MCI Networks : Grameen   Jamii  Bora , BRAC.. the next MC Summit 2010 JB Kenya, 2011 Spain (top leader Queen Sofia) -other world stages YunusMovie
Benchmary The Corporations of Global Industry Responsibility:  Danone, Intel, Veolia, WholeFoods, TheGreenChildren (with Universal), Credit Agricole, BASF,GE, Pfizer, Mayo Clinic, German-Saudi Hospital Group Volksvagen, Adidas, Allianz -also additionaf info tech list at Grameen Solutions includes bankabillion.org
The Foundations: Nobel, Principality of Monaco, Carlos Slim (Mexico) - Europe's Royal Hunt of the Sun
The University Challenges: Berlin MIT, HEC, Glasgow, LA (CI),St Johns (NY), mficonnect
FC &  MICROsummitSectors : banks, internet, mobile, education, nutrition, healthcare, water, foods, entertainment, engines, shoes
Pay For Resources
Creating a World Without Poverty: Social Business, Future of Capitalism by Muhammad Yunus  
Free & Modular Open Sources dvd10000

Grameen leaflets 1989-2009:

Innovating Collaboration networks -genre launched dhaka 09 to celebrate first third century of Bangladeshi nation's expertise

 laser copy of muhammad yunus talk on 250th celebration of adam smith at glasgow nov 08
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Yunus Young Future Capitalism Journalists Club Yunus 5000 Youth Ambassadors Yunuschoolusa

Guide to FC-Uni Projects:


HEC (Paris)





Directory to FC Safe Banking models 


1000 Social Business Web


Norman Macrae op-eds


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Mrs Begum






Discuss reasons why Bill Gates my not get Future Capitalism & Social Business-

 is FC"s 10 win system game of sustainability investment that hard to play?

Productive people: Ask anyone if they have ever met both good and poor leaders-if so how to distinguish between the two. It’s amazing how consistent people are in reporting answers all over the world. Good-to-work-with leaders are hi-trust -those who ensure transparency of access to news to everyone. They are happy to be open. That gives all workers optimum time to action learn when changes are happening. Emotional Intelligence researcher Daniel Goleman goes further. He’d commend the player of this seat makes a checklist of organisational diseases which reduce productive flows or systematically ruin purpose. Dan’s number 1 cancer is called CEO's disease where people are afraid to pass bad  -eg customers’ value multipliers have changed - news up the organisation; another disease is departmentalised budgets when controlled by an individual who loves to power over his own empire.E1 
Co-worker productivity – teams, networks etc – this seat’s player can best refresh what’s possible by going back to creative ideas of 1980s like Toffler’s Prosumer, or Drucker’s gleeful questioning of postindustrial transformation. These visions mapped knowledge economies as designing win-win between company and consumer, and valuing co-workers (not machines) as a primary investment. Perversely the millennium bug turned out not to be technological but the end of being confident that networks could turn what Lennon and King could only imagine-dream into deep community interconnecting realities. There was nothing wrong with the charter of http://www.cluetrain.com/ other than frantic millennium rushes to the heads of internet venture capitalists and a failure to design systems in which E2’s voice became the network generation’s upward value multiplier. Have a look back to surveys of how silicon valley started (exact opposite venture cap mindsets), or for the coming turn of decade read Imagine India- a cluetrain2.0 but this time written by a hi-tech Gandhian and billionnaire.E2
Service leadership: Have you ever interviewed the founder of a company that proved its worth to human progress as well as generating wealth for its home nation. As co-founders of Brand Chartering networks, we’ve been lucky enough to see over 100 such transcripts- even to have conducted a few. Purpose beyond money-making; impossible’s possible driven by mapping back a heroic goal (what Jim Collins author of Built to Last calls Big Hairy and Audacious) are two organisational or industry sectors DNAs that make branding and leadership trustworthy companions. There is also a reason why people who start up from scratch have to connect 10-wins. If they don’t, their idea never scales up up in a wholly productive way beyond the reach of imitators and image-makers. E3
Networking age: connectivity’s value multipliers can be designed as the great new innovation opportunity (for systems interfacing to boldly go above zero-sum economics) - not the great new threat. What’s at stake as partnering systems multiply each other is : 10-win or 10-lose models multiply each other with 100-win or 100-lose consequences. Threat: Preventing Wall Street’s Collapse requires 100-lose to 100-win interventions  Opportunity: Future Capitalism entrepreneurship, a leadership benchmarking network whose second year of www cheerleading by Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus involves 20 of the world’s most influential corporate CEOs,  shows that a sector’s most sustainable local responsibility can be explored when organisations with the greatest resources partner grassroots networks serving most life critical needs gravitated around reality (not image) of free market. Not to make me see red when I am engaging someone in the E4 global partnering seat , I need to be convinced that the player (the context he represents) has passed through the age of valuing separability of business understanding - E4 players are keen to explore how critical  opportunity and threats appear at the boundaries between organisations. More ...playmaking  ideas: Innovating Collaboration Networks-Bangladesh’s First Third Century – in print Dhaka; search keywords like biomass and Berners-Lee!; review whether E4-V5 dynamics of global media compound free or expensive marketsE4
Global Business Partner
Societys compound human interest: To play locally healthy communities generate better futures for and by the peoples is equivalent to exploring how the identity YES WE CAN  is the simplest (most common sense) value multiplier of all wherever, we communally move over from big brother superpower  to courageous sister superempowerment.   Happy and free empowerment of community building requires this seat’s player to rewind what media pervasively storytells and connects. Go back to that time when freedom of speech confidently celebrated the motion that healthy communities making long-term investments generate strong economies not vice versa. Explore how the community – the local society’s diversity of context - contributes such inputs as natural resources, education of children, safety and cross-cultural richness (itself a vibrantly innovative dynamic as you may know wherever you have danced with such kindred spirits), retraining people where a global employer suddenly outsources etc. E5
Local Society Partner



Working demands: one of two hardest seats to play. It impacts how humanly consequences will compound all around. In games manifesting lots of pairwise conflicts, innovative resolution will depend on this player’s cultural/communal integrity more than other players expect. Founders of industries that stood society’s test of time saw quality of feedback from this seat’s value demands as shaping the microeconomic productivity of the whole system and whether it champions free market truth. What’s core to sustaining goodwill’s positive value multiplier is to enjoy responsibly communicating: the most valuable worldwide resource is people’s working lifetimes. Trust gravitates where unique purpose maps how to sustain every person’s ability to action -and learn –how to make a difference whilst encouraging co-workers to do likewise. The interactive opportunity is to serve what you know how to do, and know relevant co-workers who bring to the team what you cannot. System critical role: demand transparency of information on how people are paid/rewarded and what’s contextually or environmentally changing so that both workers and organisational system positively lead each other’s forward goals - to improve or consistently replicate valued service. Relationship systems’ Yin & Yang promote entrepreneur inside every person. This neither offers unaffordable organisational security nor devalues demands of family and other communally vital resources to increasing the capacity of next generations. References :  player can cross-check how well school prepared own self-confidences and vocational focus – http://antidote.org.uk/ http://www.eqnomie.nl/ http://www.valuetrue.com/home/glossary.cfm?letter=E Like learning to drive a car, exploring own beliefs of what reliable co-workers value suddenly makes this seat fun to play.  Then read books on eg human capital; pick out 1% from each book that is contextually relevant.V1
Customer-focus simply mapped:  neither organisation nor industry sector (including place sectors history calls government) is sustainable unless it wholly and continuously values customer and societal demands. This can be acutely difficult to do wherever a mass advertising age –and its global accounting - design the exact opposite! It is unlikely that a player can optimally represent this seat value unless practised in SWOT - a Q&A approach to various purpose-revolving insights:·   Historic Strength and Weakness versus future Opportunity and Threat·   Communal boundary capabilities between environment outside and organisational rhythm inside·   Understanding which customers are good for the quality/value segment you are designed around and which are bad Urgent Example : wherever people want to design banks to end depression. Be aware of a rule of thumb : in banking, the less poor systematically degrade service to the poorest over time unless proactive governance prevents this. Consequently humanity needs banks to segment quality/cost menus of services calibrated round poorest our design is regulated to reach. A nation –let alone a globalization from geographically separated to worldwide interconnected - which offers no banks to the very poorest isn’t serious about ending poverty as a broken system. 20th century maths guys like Einstein and Von Neumann and Free market economists alumni of Adam Smith have modeled beyond reasonable doubt a simple but dramatic truth –known in India thanks to Gandhi as Satyagraha. Failing to unite people worldwide around ending poverty will mean technologically networking a planet that is unsustainable for our human race. References http://erworld.tv/   - debates on entrepreneurial revolution involving Yes We Can’s freedom of speech  ..V2
The ownership trust seat :  hardest of all for players to sustain –at least during what George Soros calls the fallible global era (up to 2008, hopefully repealed by obama in 2009 with the words- usa showed the world how global top-down doesn’t work for anyone) where the spreadhseet became the killer app. Number-crunching’s obsession spun a most inconvenient truth in world’s largest capitals – namely every profession that made rules deviated at global levels from hippocratic oath to sponsorship by the biggest or most speculative. To reconcile networking age’s unintended consequence of management by personal computer, players need to have unquenchable curiosity regarding owners who want to profit from compounding society’s safe long-term value demands - as mapped through governance triangularisation of transparency*goodwill*sustainability exponentials    To many trapped in failing systems of 21st century’s opening decade, which remarkably parallels how colonising Europe got trapped at start up of 20th C, investing in our future’s generation’s sustainability looked like becoming democracy’s mission impossible. Until worldwide awareness of the social business models emerged. These permit win-win-win entrepreneurial innovation by our globalizing generation. SMBA students can now get inoculated against spreadsheetis. All they need to do is linkin to the collaborative innovation and micro-up practices which emerged with the birth of the nation of  Bangladeshi around the world’s deepest Micro economists and network designers. People like Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus decided that for sectors as critical to life and microentrepreneurship as banking – to use simplicity’s expert move. This takes out the most conflicted coordinate and redesigns sustainable investment around the other players. Specifically social business modeling takes the owner-demands seat out of the game of value multiplying exponentially up until all the other seats have designed 9-win organisation. To search through Social Business cases is to see the most purposeful organisational designs that have been designed in service, knowledge and network economies to date. 

Further references – 5 collaboration innovation networking tools of Bangladeshs First Third Century;  socialbusiness.tv  webs of future capitalism school of journalism.

  Valuing Global Industry Sector Responsibility- the paradox is not that 7 billion people want sustainability of the planet but that there is no constituency at the table demanding to see each world-scaling sector defining its own greatest responsibility to human futures. Today’s opportunity is to recognise that the 21st century’s great banking meltdowns will not end until we fix this. There’s a model for doing this – replace economics journalist by future capitalism journalists wherever broadcasters report news of where business is sustaining or failing. Have a look at the youth school of journalism emerging at http://www.futurecapitalism.net/  V4
Global Market Sector
Valuing Local Society's Crucial Demands. This seat intersects with both good news and bad news rooted in 2 facts:
·   Every sustainability crisis starts in a community somewhere
·   Every sustainability crisis is caused by a common mathematical error.
Change the error – eg by playing this game or one systematically congruent to it – and we may yet find that the networking age is the one that liberates happiness and freedom of every child, woman and man. Yet if we are to do this, we will need to value uniting around a heroic goal which becomes our inter-local networking generation’s space race. Further reference- search poverty museum    
Local Society

banking*energy - 100 win or 100 lose sustainability networks game

see eg microcredit * microenergy http://microenergycredits.com/  - video transcript part 1 of founders below
guess is american under 25 future capitalism players will decide where obama generation ghoes - exponentially up or down
*-whence year of 2009/10 needs to encourage grameen future capitalism interns and writers -particularly those young friends of yunus embedded in new york

April Allderdice, James Daley

Microenergycredits Origin  of MEC

J We wanted to do something creative , I’d been interested in climate change and bringing renewable energy to mfi and  April had been working in this space and what was driving us forward was let’s do something big –lets do something that’s highly scaleable to bring clean energy to the bottom of the pyramid

Int: am interested in how you intend to make carbon finance widely accessible, -how complex the systems of clarification and measurement can be so who do you see as your market, what products are you going to offer to people to people who want to tap into carbon financing

A sure  - in terms of our market and currently people in poor regions at the bottom of the pyramid bear the full cost when they make energy investments in renewable or clean lean energy technologies and cap and trade markets like the carbon offset markets are designed to transfer capital from the polluters to the energy savers. The problem is transaction costs so we wanted to find a way to eliminate transaction costs so that billions of people at the bottom of the pyramid could be receiving these subsidies – and have the subsidies go where they are needed.

The way we did this was first to put together a board of advisors: beth ryne at accion, dipal barua who is md of GS and dep md of grameen bank, Craig nakugura at village reach which is a nonprofit that provides energy for healthcenters in africa and also Charlie Tomberg who was our first investor at the Tomberg family philanthropy .the next thing we did was to build a beta-version of the technology . Note the  purpose of this technology is to automate all the tracking of the carbon credit. –a lot of the transaction costs come in trying to keep track of thousands upon thousands of small energy investments so we realised we needed to use a technology which could massively aggregate all of these credits

The next thing we did was to sign on a pilot partner – our first FINCA Uganda – we have already operationalised with them  and sold our first carbon credit from them. The next thing we did was to sign an umbrella carbon finance deal – is the other place that carbon transaction costs come in is when you are trying to develop all the project documents in carbon finance. So we linked up with carbon giant ecosecurities – they were actually the first carbon firm to do a clean development mechanism project which is a carbon project from the developing g world, and they were actually looking for an opportunity to access some of these relative small energy projects compared with what they typically do in the developing world –a d all of the projects we are talking about with MFI fall into that category; they were looking for a way to do that and we provided an option for the to massively aggregate using our technology

James – another way to talk about this n terms of reducing transaction costs, the analogy would be ebay where you have millions of small entrepreneurs able to make money on this platform and in the same way technology can reduce the transaction costs for connecting billions of dollars in the carbon market to billions of people who would like t have better energy choices. So what we are trying to d is to connect the MFI with the carbon markets via scalable internet  technology, this will enable energy access to the bottom of the pyramid  - so really that’s our market the bottom of the pyramid  its anybody of a customer of mfi who might want to have an improved cookstove or solar panel or biogas digester

So you us use technology to take the admin , legal and agglomerating burden off the shoulders of the MFi. If the MFI were to try themselves to access the carbon markets, they might be able to for that but it would take a long time, it would distract management, so we take the burden of that and provide that service – that’s our value to them – without us it might be years before they get to this sort of thing

RSVP map@smbaworld.com washington dc bureau 301 881 1655 -chris macrae 

Please help us with significant dates in the timeline of Future of Capitalism

2007 Dr Muhammad Yunus writes book - Creating a World Without Poverty : Social Business - Future of Capitalism which is published towards year end. This book reasserts the view -long-held by true entrepreneurial branches of economics that only microeconomics is sustainable in a networking world of service and knowledge economies. It also re-establishes the number 1 generational goal of the networking age to end poverty - a goal that has been asserted as essential by The Economist's Deputy Editor Norman Macrae in 1984 . The book also provides all the models that Bangladesh has used in its first third century to provide a empowerment paradigm for developing nations - clinton video

See also booklet of the 5 collaboration methods:

Microcredit : tv web

Microsummit : tv web

Social Action : tv web ... youtube

Social Business:  .tv web   ... youtube

Future Capitalism

and the integral call for transparency of trillion dollar audit of all global markets of that size

2007 The family of websites connected by friends of Dr Yunus start up FutureCapitalism.tv, FutureCapitalism.com, FutureCapitalism.net 

1976 - Norman Macrae Dec 25, The Economist - Entrepreneurial Revolution Survey - in the first of a trilogy between 1976-1984 : ER is headlined as the Next Capitalism. The number 1 principle of entrepreneurial alumni is that well over 90% of inventions that have contributed most to humanity began in small teams , often as commitments that took half a lifetime to breakthrough. Scaling up can be a different issue but radical innovation in service and knowledge economies does not start with the money but the focus. This survey also predicted that large organisations would go into terminal decline as the networking age evolved disappearing fro dominating economies soon after 2010. Part 3 of Norman Macrae trilogy is summarized here. The need for a Nobel economist to inspire the world to search out for 30000 replicable community-rising projects to end poverty by 2010 is stated here. part 2 of entrepreneurial revolution - intrapreneurial now is here. see also website http://erworld.tv  

2009 Macraes recommend that alumni of Yunus publish a micro-up year book from 2010. The yearbook could make space for such sections as:

1 reports from leading microcredit bankers and social business funds

2 Change of decade systems crises and how the public should start to debate them

3 Youth projects in rewriting the curriculum of management as it is studied and needs to be future practiced

This would match Obama's claim early in his administration that we have tried Top-Down Global and it doesn’t work.

As yet there is no clearing house for micro-up methods and socialMBA cases. Announcing june 23 youth and educators dialogue in Dhaka hosted by Dr Yunus and leading innovators in micro-up world.

2009 Against the genre - The Financial Times that has consistently failed to understand the third century of Bangladesh other way round systems models announces a web-based Future of Capitalism which appears as top-down as ever

0 US Feb 09- George Washinton Uni ref 1

1) UK Feb 2008 RAC, St James

Capitalism's Gates & Yunus

2) foreseeing why bankers who don't trust social business models will go bust


what does fc do to sustainability investment in productive & demanding relationship netwoking?


1 The best marketing or csr value a leader can get

2 The most vital transparency maps a country should keep of any global market sector it intends to lead over the years

3 One of the 5 greatest collaboration tools for humanity and in the race to end poverty and other compound risks to our species

4 The greatest social business applications that students can report and develop their own careers around

5 The most relevant way that partners can exchange knowledge – often the service provider of most vital needs is also the innovation epicentre of the industry’s next invention offering worldwide value multiplication

6 Leads the way in changing the curricula vitae of the next generation of capital city youth from being programmed by Wall Street bankng's failed MBA models to SMBA's thriving sustanainability investments - join the quest for Ecoprofessors at facebook


contact our DC bureau of Yunus Agent and Entrepreneurial World  USA 301 881 1655 for more information chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

Washington DC Bureau tel 301 881 1655   editor@futurecapitalism.tv

2008 Goodwill News - Year 1 of Future Capitalism
Launch of Future Capitalism book: features Grameen Danone as world’s first multinational social business & explains how social business model has been validated from 30 years of developing the microcredit banking sector J1
Business Week article F29-Yunus world's favourite goodwill entrepreneur whose goal of ending Financial Imperalism is as big as Gandhi’s
Wall Street Journal on Yunus opening New York bank –how & why sustainability bankers would never have wasted a cent on subprime: M1
Youtube with Gordon Brown from Number 10 Downing Street :21
Grameen Health Launch of The Grameen Green Children Eyecare hospital social business (aravind model) in Dhaka: 12
 Yunus and Lula appear on nationwide tv to explain how microcredit can help Brazilians goodnewsglobe1.jpg
World Economic Forum:  Bill Gates joins Leaders of Future Capitalism: J25
Grameen Credit Agricole launch announced
Parisian business leaders celebrate French edition and Grameen Veolia is announced
Launch of Innovation Bank in Bahrain & announcement of 2 Billion $ inward investment in Bangladesh
Top 25 dialogues of microcreditsummit year 008 are announced. They include industry sector responsibility response to Mexican abuse of goodwill and IP. 
Muhammad Yunus,
MIT News, MA - Jun 6, 2008
We have signed a joint-venture agreement with Intel Corporation, to create a social business company called Grameen-Intel to bring information ...
'Unlimited potential' MIT News
 Almost all social economics problems of the world will be addressed through the social business system , Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Peace Prize, Acceptance Speech

The challenge is to innovate business models in such vital contexts as health care for the poor, financial services for the poor, information technology for the poor, education and training for the poor, marketing for the poor, renewable energy for the poor..
Book hits Best Seller list on last day of 12 city US booktour J24- in New York, nine year old investigative journalist leads humanity's celebration
Doonesbury cheered as inspiring economics correspondent at London School of Economics talk - changing mindsets and mini-professordom is development economics biggest crisis  F15
President Sarkozi orders HEC to provide an SMBA with Yunus a Chair of Social Business
Milken debates with Human Innovation
World's G3 : Grameen's Yunus, Genome's Ventner
& Google's Schmidt

Internet for poor: Intel Capital and Grameen Trust social business -  combination of “Intel’s technology innovation” and “Grameen’s  development of income-generation opportunities” at the village level 18

Yunus & fellow APP members plead with G8 to honor pledges to Africa in midst of four crises dominating the global economy  - a financial crisis in the developed countries, an energy crisis that is worsening by the day, climate change which is becoming both better understood and more urgent, and a food crisis which is devastating to the world’s poorest citizens.

FC Month 7 on YunusPartners news continues here

Nobel Speech -Yunusdvd 10000

video 1

SB is the most inspiring entrepreneurial game you will ever be invited to interact due to 3 primary achievements that SB entrepreneur must achieve. Fail one and the whole system is a loser as the game rules demand.
  • 1 proving one of the most purposeful concepts the world has ever seen; the SB entrepreneur has to do this because normally SB's are founded on a free loan- that means that the source lending the money are looking for reputation gains or an urgent desire to see the same deeply human innovation - that rare dream-to-reality match between investor and innovator
  • 2 the SB must prove sustainability of a positive cashflow model; only this achievement guarantees that the purpose can be continuously invested in once the loan has been paid back; the founders of the SB can get on withy purpose instead of fundraising, and the energy of an organization that knows that none of what it exchanges in a community will be extracted out to some big city on the other side of the world can be 10 times more over time than one that knows that the system has a vested interest far away from the community of employees and customers and local societies
  • 3 Exponentially governance of whole truth organization through time to be ever more contextually purposeful is interesting because it involves setting specific goals that confirm your purpose is on the up and up and measuring back from these; this is not the same as having some professional group apply a standard numbers job to you. Governance of social business therefore needs to map its transparency so that all communally involved can umpire that the system is spinning virtuously, and proactively spot any potential conflicts so that never enter into the system> In other words there is no guarantee that an organization which historically has been most purposeful in it sector will continue to be unless conflicts with its purpose are kept out and future change is leveraged with a joy of how can this sustain even more purpose

  • Chris Macrae Breaking News May 2
    Congrats To Milla and Tom currently top of future capitalism headlines with opening on may 12 in Dhaka of The Green Children Eye Hospital Social Business http://www.earthtimes.org/articles/show/professor-muhammad-yunus-and-the,376842.shtml

    Thanks to the world's most trusted entrepreneur - Muhammad Yunus:
    creative flows of Future Capitalism unite:

    • a world market sector leader
    • humanity's best grassroots organisation

    in designing the most purposeful business models humanity has ever sustained.

    Book JacketNY: 10 minutes chat with Dr Y - the day Future Capitalism became a bestseller
    Social Business and the Future of Capitalism
    ..learning to change world meanings of.Lights-Cameras-InterActions.Open www Systems Do Now Maps.who's capitalism
    .1.Youth Journalism of Future Capitalism.Micro-Up Entrepreneurial RevolutionBanking.sustainable yunus nabed munro mackey n; novogratz vivian.montaigu
    .2.industry sector responsibility partnerships.Collaboration's goodwill mediaSchools & Job-building.sensible krugman n; kuttner romer Gary Becker, Roger Myerson drucker ; gifford pinchot;
    .3.Social Business's Grand Central Junction.Goals of best for www generation -integrally valued locally, communally and sustainably (the future is exponential)Health & Energy.junk  Myron Scholes partial gates

    which of the world's 100 largest market leaders will make an early move in celebrating humanity of future capitalism? -please mail us your sightings:
    Consumer brands: yogurt- Grameen-Danone
    Banks: Grameen Credit AgricoleInternet Philanthropists; Bill Gates
    Pop Industry: TheGreen Children 
    Clinton economics of "microcredit nations"

    Become a Green Child!
    Future Guatemala
    Views: 7,628

    Pennies a Day
    Future Bangladesh
    Views: 4,913

    Making the world a better place!
    Future Kenya
    Views: 5,790

    The Green Children Live from LA
    Future women
    Views: 14,891

    The Green Children Live from Costa Rica
    Future Costa Rica
    Views: 5,935

    ABC News story on Professor Muhammad Yunus
    Future 131 Countries
    Views: 7,296

    The Green Children visit China.
    Future China
    Views: 3,860

    The Green Children:
    Social ABC : Action ,
    Business, Capitalism's
    Future of Music Industry

    Year 1 of TheGreenChildren funds first Aravind in Bangladesh- the most productive eyecare hospital franchise in the world: Social Business purpose - irradicating needless blindness. "Dr Venkataswamy kept on talking about a Mcdonalds of eyecare - none of it made any sense to us; he wanted to create a franchise serving eyecare with the efficiency of a McDonalds" Larry Brilliant, google.org

    In Search of Sustainability : Which Global Markets have a purposeful organisational design leveraging sector knowhow to sustain humanity?

    The MAP that Changes the World
    Organisations map humanly as systems coordinated around productive & demanding relationships
    Through time, systems can compound only one of 2 futures : win-win-win (sustainably exponential up) or lose-lose-lose (crashing exponentially down)
    Any organisation’s typology is measurable if goodwill around trust-flow is transperantly mapped as mentioned above
    There is only one type of coordinate whose integration in a system can never map as win-win-win. This is where a group’s only interest is speculative ie to monetise out in short-term. Unfortunately this group has become extremely powerful in many stockmarketed organisations and global marketplaces that have become separated from societies. Notably this started to occur because a group of global accountants who wanted to maintain their tangible monopoly of metrics over the boardroom were prepared to maintain an erroneous (value add  (perand of separtaion) instead of value multiply (operand of connecytivity) definition of goodwill.
    As Unseen Wealth research (Brookings 2000) shows most of the world's biggest organsiations are now being accounted for in ways that blind all decision makers from seeing what compound downwards value destruction is being futurised. Even though such exponentials are mathematically predictable from the relationship quality already invested in the system. In some US states lawyers now sue the corporate board unless the most short-term monetisation decisions are taken
    To most simply counter this extreme organisational typology, Muhammad Yunus, and friends of Future Capitalism,  propose transparency mapmaking around the social business molecule which is designed around coordinates that have a sustainable 100% surplus model but a win-win-win communal design that ensured there is no extraction coordinate in the system. Instead, the social business  compounds purposefully around its founding social business goal (what would humans and communities uniquely miss if this organisation ceased to exist) of investing relentlessly in its communally true purpose
    The micro basis around which organisations –and indeed macro-systems such as global market sectors - are molecularly composed is absolutely critical in a networked world faced by challenges of local to global integration in ways that are contextually true and fair. In fact all human sustainability crises – be they poverty, lost communal health, climate and carbon crises, lack of peace – can be tracked back to failing to understand win-win-win organisational design. In some cases, the spreadsheet digital age’s rule over numbers is now 80 or more compound quarters down exponentially destructing pathways. For example, it would be imprudent to think this is not a fallibility designed into much of global banking for the rich. When one sees how it only takes less that 40 compound quarters of lose-lose-lose design to develop what was once a top 50 global economic power of Enron, it is truly time that all professions opened their eyes to the whole truth of what can described as the greatest mathematical error humans have ever perpetrated.
    chris macrae
    us 301 881 1655

    Fc.tv sister affiliates of worldcitizen.tv include grameen.tv worldclassbrands.tv futurehistorian.tv yunus.tv hitrust.tv hi-trust.tv ERworld.tv brac.tv collaborationcafe.tv


    Sunday, June 14, 2015

    10:27 am edt 

    Wednesday, November 20, 2013



    Is anyone interested in a different approach to valuing history? What if we connected stories of where and why people are getting happier and freer across generations (that’s valuing the familial dynamic from  parents to daughters and sons). And then mapped back from such future opportunities to thrive.?

    By freedom and happiness I take entrepreneurial - and open trading views  - of the mass of a people in a region feeling confident they are passing on more productive lives to their next generation and the freedom of all to communally participate in progress


    It seems to me that the peoples valuation of history has not been wholly and truly a freedom of speech for quite a long time.Someone wiser than me might also want to make a list of training modules explaining why that is. It would be greate if Nobel peace laureates could editorially look over such an emerging curriculum

    Moocs, Khan Academy’s , open education platforms- the whole open structure of the worldwide web empower 7 billion people (both parents nd youth in families)  to search out future history now in ways that never could be mediated before. Anyone up for this?

    Meanwhile my favorite economist Keynes concluded at the end of his essays on persuasion that sustaining  the human promise of technology through modern futures would need to facilitate ever deeper communal joy of arts. So one of the most exciting peace artists movements I have so far found is www.singforhope.org ? Any other findings anyone?

    chris macrae futurecapitalism.tv

    7:51 am est 

    Wednesday, November 13, 2013

    How did unaffordable healtcare start spinning end of human race

    Trilliondollaraudit.com concludes:
    Globally Healthcare has been spinning the wrong (the least economic) purpose over the last 30 years since my father last surveyed it

    Of course, all is not yet lost to Orwellian Big Brotherdom -  there are some local examples of saints partnering entrepreneurs of affordable healhtcare networking - we ask you to help us list them here

    But global healthcare goes wrong when: 


    • it becomes more expensive than accessible
    •  it focuses  too much on the expensive costs of the elderly rather than of youth with productive lifetimes potentially blossoming
    •  politicians bailout healthcare by effectively making it a debt of the next generation
    and so on 




    Join open education leaders: Old education and media are stull increasing that gap. Use every opportunity of MOOC to empower low cost nursing colleges ... final Brief for Sir Fazle Abed on MOOC.pdf final Brief for Sir Fazle Abed on MOOC.pdf,

    Healthcare is arguably the biggest (and at deep community levels the culturally most divisive) mess of 20th century's falure to respond to The Economist 1976 challenge of Entrepreneurial Revolution -  we failoed to prepare for 21st c net genertaions by sytsematically transforming organisational designs of the socially most anted solution. Please note that while every human being may vgte for healthcare as the most importrant of all human services it is not actually the one that frees nations to grow across generations - clean energy and open education are the practice areas that free a peoples wealth so that they can then decide en masse how much to direct towards health for all and health for youth out of every community . Heathcare requires the most tranparent professional insurance has ever linkedin- because thise lucky enough to live helathly lives are the only ones who can sponsir those born with chronicf chalenges.

    Or so it used to be. Some of the greatest innovations open tech apps at job creating university alumn networks like MIT are innovating come from labs of particular patuent networks - so for example those who are deaf also have some skills at a level of brillaince of the erest of us have - furthermore one day we may get smarter at realising that none of us are 100% healthy on every aspect of body and mind, and where we only have 90% of a healthcapability the best lessons may come from tho0se with almost none of it
    10:12 am est 

    Sunday, April 14, 2013

    Jose's Andres food course GWU - DC
    .Student demand for peer to peer nutritional curriculum is one byproduct of being able to judge/observe yunus inspired student entrepreneur competitions in 7 us states - here are some links to the studnets projects that make excellent youth-led and community-restoring cases -

    AL- Full Purpose Pea purchases protein-rich crop from small domestic farmers to create a marketable protein powder. Profits funneled to Nepal for funding of supplies needed to overcome intergenerational Protein Energy Malnutrition. fullpurpose.blogspot.com     fullpurposecafe@gmail.com   Chelsea Leander


    AL- The Locavore Café is designed as an employee-owned, democratically run cooperative in Auburn, Alabama that serves fresh, local foods from a food truck, bridging social divides with food and initiating change throughout the Southeast. auburnrealfoodchallenge.weebly.com  rmd0007@tigermail.auburn.edu  Rosco Davis


    OR- South Oregon Aquaponics: provides field lab linking Oregon to world of aquaponics knowhow witj  presence in local farmers markets; helps  mobilize statewide food security  Andrew.Mount@southernoregonaquaponics.com Andrew Mount

    for more on how the first 12 minute million youth curriculum of nutrition is going please mail chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

    JA is a world class restauranteur - and now a food curriculum leader -course website to watch videos from the classes, see who will be speaking, and review the syllabus.
    8:03 am edt 

    Wednesday, July 8, 2009

    BOGOTA (Dow Jones)--Colombia's Grupo Aval y Valores SA (GRUPOAVAL.BO) banking group Monday announced the creation of a non-profit microlending firm in the Andean country in partnership with Bangladesh's Grameen Bank.

    The new firm will be called Grameen Aval Colombia and will start lending at the end of this year, Grupo Aval said in a statement.

    Microlending involves doling out very small amounts of money without collateral to small, and generally informal, businesses owned by the poor.

    Grupo Aval will provide the new firm with the capital needed to start through its charity.

    Since May 2008, two banks focused on microlending opened in Colombia. The first was ProCredit, which is owned by German consultancy Internationale Project Consult, the German development bank KfW and the Dutch foundation DOEN. The second is Bancamia SA, a new bank controlled by Spanish financial giant Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria SA (BBV).

    Several charities operate microlending businesses in Colombia.

    Luis Carlos Sarmiento, Colombia's second wealthiest man, controls Grupo Aval.

    2:22 am edt 

    Saturday, May 9, 2009

    Future Capitalism Yearbook2010Ending poverty by sustaining 10 times healthier economics CHAPTER 1 1 AN EXTRAORDINARY HUMAN JOURNEY  While 2010 is the First YearBook, the journey began over a third of a century ago with the birth of the nation of Bangladesh. Being the poorest nation on earth its peoples –especially its women and children -  always had to try communally deeper and longer, more openly and through hi-trust partnerships than economics’ exponentials had ever dared sustain before.  To date, over 20 million female microentrepreneurs joined in all across Bangladesh’s rural  lands; so too did the culture that they shared with their children – the maternal nurturing one of you children by investing in literacy can do more than even we have with microcredit and all kits sustainability applications. Nearly half million microprofessionals facilitate the peer to peer learning as everyone and every community - learns by doing – how start up a business with a hi-trust microloan,  and then multiply goodwill all around so sustaining the fruits of hard work and hi-trust community service! By the mid 1990s the whole bottom-up world of end poverty wanted to join in replicating the practices and methods that Bangladesh was open sourcing. And magically the hundreds of thousand village hubs could now be internetworked inside Bangladesh , and worldwide! By now there are probably 5 million community sustainable investment bankers and 125 million microentrepreneurs replicating life’s most critical service solutions round empowerment’s social business grid. This year universal records is expected to bring out The Green Children’s empowerment album – you can hear me now. Unlike Coke’s new Seekers who could only dream of singing to a world in perfect harmony, this time imagination can web weave it. Good news for entrepreneurs of end poverty’s free marketing is blossoming so fast that this yearbook seemed a tad more than necessary! 2009 – some more highlights The first publication in a new genre – Innovating Collaboration Networks- which Bangladesh is the world’s open university steward of with a panel of guest editors chosen by Nobel laureat Muhammad Yunus
    yunusref.jpg The first of microsocialbusiness summits in Dhaka in June and a big celebration in berlin in November- the 20 anniversary of the fall of the wall The Inauguration of Yes We Can uniting a Kenyan American president who is also a son of microcredit. The first training session at JP Morgan’s HQ in Manhattan by the youth and womens slumbank of Jamii Bora out of Kenya’s and africa’s l;argest slum : Kibera.  So look forward to 2010 and what Future capitalism can map – linked in by a world with several million microprofessionals and over 100 million of the world’s poorest families access microcredit to turn themselves into sustainable microbusiness owners and networkers of productive freedoms and happy future aspirations. And more than that a world where students of economics in universities around the globe want to see oxford union debates on the choice – whose models – macro or micro – can sustain 10 times better economics in a networking world where localities demand to be integrated into global in a way that can become ever more just. The intellectual capital that Bangladeshi’s love to open source with you includes the following chapters CHAPTER 2THE 7 LIVING APPLICATIONS OF MICROCREDIT  7won10.jpg CHAPTER 3 – MICRO’s 3 SUSTAINABILITY INVESTMENT MAPS*Bangladesh has tested 3 bottom-up Frameworks each of which is benchmarked around proximity to life critical needs Social Action learning teamsSocial Business ModelsFuture Capitalism partnerships    Catalogues compiled round the 3 bottom-up frameworks can help guide us generate thousands of replicating practice solutions, for more download updating grid at http://www.grameen.tv  CHAPTER 4 INVITING THE WORLD TO MICRO CONNECTAt least 4 inspiring worldwide stages are emerging for youth to social business network around  The microsummits –network processes as jon hatch has said designed to be:Behold the largest self-help undertaking in human history—bringing hope, dignity, and empowerment to tens of millions of the world’s poor and poorest families. Behold a movement with global outreach, that has penetrated beyond city slums and market towns to even the most isolated villages. Behold an industry that embraces thousands of NGOs, credit unions, public and private banks, and an infrastructure of hundreds of thousands of community-based peer lending groups that are enabling many of the planet’s most disadvantaged households to generate the additional income and savings they need to keep their children alive, nourished, healthy, and able to attend school.. Goodnews dvd 10000 series ; youth ambassador 5000; the Productivas –white box kivas by segments including usa communities needing regeneration after wall street’s attempts to depress the whole of the next decade The debates across universities (and coming schools at every age grade) in all hemisphere of whether microeconomics or macroeconomics free trillion dollar global markets to be hi-trust, transparent and compound sustainable exponentials instead of crashing one The poverty museum collaboration race to prove what networked humanity – yes we can – do –competitions to free the market of ending poverty –how much smarter will it be for adidas to promise at the next world cup a challenge to end shoeless children than the usually image-junk that advertising agencies have drowned us in ; the coming blockbuster yunus movie-how many future capitalism leaders might join in co-celebrating their industry sector’s greatest responsibilities with that?    CHAPTER 5 THE MICROECONOMICS GLOSSARY. There are about 100 key terms- most need defining Micro’s own sustainability system round in contrast with macroeconomics. You may be surprised how many of these terms' origins in history began nearer the micro-definition than macro ones that have been spun as the first quarter of a century of globalization was over-dominated by big get bigger "top down" models. We need to change this corruption of economics language if we are to help Barach Obama who has said America and the world tried top-down global , and now know it doesn’t work.  Included in the glossary are some terms that are wholly new and which would never existed if Bangladesh hadn’t existed.  
    9:54 am edt 

    Monday, March 30, 2009

    As one of the exercises explaining the trillion dollar audit game, I am trying to write up the proof of why no human-made system design (let alone banking concept) is more sustainable economically or socially than microcredit at http://www.futurecapitalism.tv/id48.html

    think that the 1983 national law of constitution of Grameen is a gem many of us westerners may not have seen before http://www.bdlaws.gov.bd/pdf_part.php?act_name=&vol=&id=651

    love to hear of any other defining links, if you ever come across them

    chris  macrae

    3:10 pm edt 

    Monday, October 20, 2008

    Sadly historic capitalism vicious spirals have turned banks into casinos
    12:55 pm edt 

    Saturday, January 5, 2008

    2008 Year of Future Capitalism
    Mail editor@futurecapitalism.tv with your resolutions of 2008. Mine began with starting 1000 bookclub around Dr Yunus' new book. Having the huge privilege of meeting him for 3 hours in Dhaka during week 1. My recommendation at the end of the visit:
    let citizens celebrate rumors of what is possible with FC and share youth diaries of
    social actions 
    Forum London : Rumors of What is Possible
    1) Within 4 years in Bangladesh: 10 Times more relevant internet for humanity,
    coordinated by Base of Pyramid alumni: initially 10000 Rural Solutions Centers:
    “Virtual Free Uni Squared”
    eg twin Bangladeshi  rural  entrepreneur with Google Intern host@ Grameen Solutions
    2) Annual Future Capitalism Year of 09, 10  … - with The New Economist of Asia Rising
    3) Future Green Capitalism: Grameen bookclubs Challenge 2008
    4) Ask additional 500 world entrepreneurs a quarter to compete for most impassioned
    Sustainability concept- send entries to Lamiya team member by end of week 6 so team
    members can email questions to relevant entries; challenge booktalk or forum cities to replicate
    parallel waves;  similarly challenge facebook or other social virtual platform alumni
    best chris macrae
    4:49 pm est 

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