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Glasgow started up the world's 2 first social business journals to celebrate Dr Yunus 70th birthday wish weekend (4 July 2010*) after he had helped celebrate the 250 birthday wishes of Adam Smith Scholars in 2008. Yunus top friends in Scotland include Gordon Brown now UN Envoy for Education and Sir Tom Hunter (first funder of the Clinton Global process) and leading education reformer, Barbara Parfitt knowledge leader of The Nearly Free Nursing College and campaign to create 100 million global village healthcare jobs of girl empowerment. Glasgow University's most famous alumn of the poverty museum race is Sir Fazle Abed of BRAC.

We welcome every opportunity that open education platforms and student edited change the world summits provide to change the world around the millenniums most heroic goals. Due to a design fault in ning we get a lot of spam requests; SO if you are a fan of students networking open knowhow needed to sustain the world - or such a student - and want to join in please email chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk or contact Norman Macrae Foundation washington dc 1 301 881 1655 skype chrismacraedc

Why did The Economist's pro-youth economist -founder in 1972 of net generation's curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution - free a 2000 Yunus Book Club?

Back in 2007-2008 Dr Yunus first shared his wish to transform every student microcredit club into a jobs club capable of redesigning every global market's value chains to race to what world bank head JIm KIM now calls #2030 - read his scripts shared with alumni of the first 50000 change the world mooc or help us create the next student dashboards: Videos from Norman Macrae's 85th birtday party with Dr Yunus at Royal Automobile Club 2008 are at www.saintjames.tv ; his last articles were published with Dr Yunus at end of 2008 in the souvenir brochure Consider Bangladesh; the Yunus 70th birthday wish weekend formed the first of 5 worldwide Youth Capitalism Remembrance parties hosted with leading educators from Glasgow, London, South Africa, Bangladesh, Japan ...

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JOSB is home for valuetrue microcredit ratings inspired by scottish microeconomists- papers relating to our 3 primary criteria:

  • a) is microcredit owned by or in trust for poorest? - journalise why is impact of this vital apart from ensuring value of productivity is sustained (not sucked out);
  • b) every service of the microcredit aims to redesign value chain around the microentrepreneur in ways that minimise risk of being an individual income generator provided you are a hard worker; such microfranchising is arguably the biggest source of 3 billion new jobs that the net generation can co-create if you value the login of our 1984 future history on the net generation
  • every opportunity to integrate technology and energy is attended to since history shows these are the only stimuli that can exponentially advance communities wealth and health

top 50 social business and youth job creating networks - journal and other links to following- coming soon

process-

1 jobs competitions -external link 1

2 institutes of social business : linking complete catalogue of cases and action contacts -external link 1

3 singforhope & networks of Future of Heroes (mass media )  -artists & youth peace corps in every community -external link 1

Keynes implied that economists either design or destroy the futures that most people want

Designing the futures that most people want from

4 banking designs value chains of finance &

5  membership integrated with developing healthcare

6 job creating education

7 value chain transformations in selected areas of agriculture ( including feed the future :food security)

8 Where is mobile a gamechanger in microeconomics of a whole sector

9 banks with values -next transformations and goodwill wars - eg mobile currency

APPS and Microfranchises

10 where is micro energy on moores law - doubling total solar energy units installed annually - eg grameen shakti 2012 growing from millon to 2 million!

11 the free nursing college - goal to celebrate girl power by ending nurseless villages

12 celebrating the greatest social business apps of nutrition

 microcredit.tv and valuetrue's 3 ratings as yet only reveal 6 AAA microcredit models

13 Grameen in Bangladesh but not as averagely funded abroad

14 BRAC everywhere

15 jamii bora for kenya an mobilising youth to end sluns

16 microloanfoundation for extreme rural african microcredit models with help from knowledge nets in Boston and London

17 ADIE leading model for end underemployement in Europe

18 Conscious Capitalism selected local parthers in microcredit eg as integrated into total brand reputaion and purpose of whole foods

19 Patent pools and other youth-mediated partnerships where open sourcing technology for poorest is wholly valued by most trusted leaders of our times- 1 million times more collaboration tech than when man raced to moons in 1960s

Investing in net- generation - Goals, visions, future purposes people need most out of every global village

20 ONE GOAL- Youth Investment Banking - first 10000 youth-led projects

21 can make 2015+ goals more systemic than millennium goals version 1

Entrepreneurial Revolution (Year 40 of The Economist challenge leadership genre)  transformations of 20thC systems through youth mediated partnerships and cross-cultural maps -back from future sustainability of borderless world:

30 Future of Economics - Go micro before too big to exist systems end up on Orwell's Big Brother endgame

31 search for 100 leaders of 2010s = worldwide youth's most productive decade - external link www.wholeplanet.tv

32 changing charity, foundation -eg social impact bonds
33 changing gov - eg privatisation owned by communities and grassroots networks

34 changing corporations and media

35 conflict resolution eg through millennium goal shared franchises

36 changing professions

40 US Student competition to end illiteracy

41 US student competition to end food deserts

42 US student competition to regenerate localities around skill bases global industry exited from

43 News of student competition priorities from 12000 Japanese Stident Competition Expo

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49 Viralise Trillion Dollar Audits - what's each global village markets most sustainable human purpose

50 Updating League table of 20 greatest innovation partnerships for 2010s

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