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which obituary and articles of net generation's entreprenheurial revolutuion do you value most

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Financial Times: journalist who delighted in paradox with unrivaled ability to foresee the future

Daily Telegraph: The Economist's internal spirit;  

The Scotsman - the internet's futurist

 India Times - 
;Prophet of Change ;



London Times - subscription - journalist who changed minds and opened many more ;


Sweden's JanErik Larsson - people you never forget

 

..Norman Macrae's last article

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Topic: Obituary: Norman Macrae @ The Economist
e the future AD -valuetrue seeks partners to MOOC youth economics Daily Telegraph: The Economist's internal spirit;   The Scotsman - the internet's futurist AD- SaintJames.tv help celebrate 175th of The Economist by co-publishing The Book of World Record Job Creators The Atlantic -  "someone you never knew existed"  India Times - Prophet of Change ; New Statesman "entire career at The Economist" ; Matt Ridley - death of a great optimist London Times - subscription - journalist who changed minds and opened many more ; Pot-TEX : a giant of journalism Sweden's JanErik Larsson - people you never forget .. Future Historian - Critical Challenge Dateline Resources 1972 1984 M3 2030 2025 2018 2015  …
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Topic: East obituaries of Norman Macrae
Norman Macrae, who was its deputy editor for many years. Norman Macrae was the first journalist to recognise the growing economic importance of Japan in the 1960s.  His seminal essay "Consider Japan" (which can be read in the  Norman Macrae Archive) was published in September 1962, is a fascinating and powerful analysis of the Japanese economy at that time, and was an important corrective to those who still thought justin terms of Japan as a poor, developing country producing cheap counterfeit goods.  The "Economist" obituary gives many other examples of Macrae's prescience and far-sightedness. The sudden jolt of recognition that Japan was about to become - as it had in the late 19th Century after the Meiji Restoration - an industrial giant (two years after "Consider Japan" the world woke up to Japan's success with the Tokyo Olympics) led directly to the British Government's trade promotion activities that I listed in my last article on the blog, the setting up in the early 1970s of the Exports to Japan Unit in the then Department of Trade, and the emphasis in this Embassy's work on trade and investment links with Japan,that lasts to this day. Do read the "Economist"'s obituary of Norman Macrae - it is a tribute to a massively influential thinker, whose impact is still felt today in the work we do here in Tokyo.…
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rs who fail to help invest in change -indeed who don't empower change in ways that optimises all livelihoods. Keynes defined the unique systemic roles economists ruled over as one they could only be valued by all the peoples if economists's agreed their main purpose was to help every place/society race to end poverty I would love to skype with other keynsians chrismacraedc. Also if you see a discussion or video that matches keynes' view, please jot it down in a post to this thread. I am aiming to help publish the first world record book of job creators by 2018- the 175th anniversary of The Economist being founded to mediate an end to hunger and an end to capital abuse of youth http://normanmacrae.ning.com/forum/topics/unacknowledged-giant-the-......…
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Topic: Norman Macrae, The Economist and Japan
ae, who was its deputy editor for many years. Norman Macrae was the first journalist to recognise the growing economic importance of Japan in the 1960s.  His seminal essay "Consider Japan" (which can be read in the Norman Macrae archive) was published in September 1962, is a fascinating and powerful analysis of the Japanese economy at that time, and was an important corrective to those who still thought just in terms of Japan as a poor, developing country producing cheap counterfeit goods.  The "Economist" obituary gives many other examples of Macrae's prescience and far-sightedness.  The sudden jolt of recognition that Japan was about to become - as it had in the late 19th Century after the Meiji Restoration - an industrial giant (two years after "Consider Japan" the world woke up to Japan's success with the Tokyo Olympics) led directly to the British Government's trade promotion activities that I listed in my last article on the blog, the setting up in the early 1970s of the Exports to Japan Unit in the then Department of Trade, and the emphasis in this Embassy's work on trade and investment links with Japan, that lasts to this day. Do read the "Economist"'s obituary of Norman Macrae - it is a tribute to a massively influential thinker, whose impact is still felt today in the work we do here in Tokyo. David Warren... Norman Macrae - Telegraph ObituariesSimilar Jun 22, 2010 – On his retirement in 1988 Macrae was awarded the Order of the Rising Sun by the Japanese Emperor – an honour, one profile noted, that gave him "almost childish delight".  ... In a book written in 1984, The 2024 Report: a future history of the next 40 years, he wrote: "Eventually books, files, television programmes, computer information and telecommunications will merge. We'll have this portable object which is a television screen with first a typewriter, later a voice activator attached. Afterwards it will be miniaturised so that your personal access instrument can be carried in your buttonhole, but there will be these cheap terminals around everywhere, more widely than telephones of 1984." Order of the Rising Sun - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The modern version of this honor has been conferred on non-Japanese recipients beginning in 1981.   The awarding of the Order is administered by the Decoration Bureau of Office of the Prime Minister. It is awarded in the name of the Emperor .   Cover The Economist. Saturday, 1 September 1962. Page 47. Vol 204, issue 6210. Consider Japan Part 1 - Survey by Norman Macrae The Most Exciting Example News The Economist. Saturday, 1 September 1962. Pages 53,54. Vol 204, issue 6210.   Consider Japan Part 2 Lessons for Developers? The Economist. Saturday, 8 September 1962. Pages 57-61. Vol 204, issue 6211.   mentions of japan in The Economist   140 in 1962 645 1963 including A Sun Still Rising (Japan is too important a country for the West to ignore its interests) Editorial LeadersThe Economist. Saturday, 3 March 1962.Pages 18,19. Vol 202, issue 6184. 741 in 1964 745 in 1965   The Risen Sun Norman Macrae's Second Survey on Japan The Economist. Saturday, 27 May 1967. Page s9. Vol 223, issue 6457. The Risen Sun - II (The Import Balancing Trick)   Asia Pacific Century The Economist. Saturday, 4 January 1975. Pages 15-18. Vol 254, issue 6854. Tomorrow's workshop - 2 billion people - novel suggestions for East Asia News The Economist. Saturday, 7 May 1977. Pages s7-s11. Vol 263, issue 6975. …
Added by chris macrae at 7:55am on July 6, 2012
Topic: relocated The Economist audio of Norman Macrae Unacknowledged Giant
's connections to the world it seems the number 1 rudeness to take a link away (as well as very uneconomic );   unfortunately The Economist has become the latest web to abuse this rule- specifically with its extraordinary audio library hence the note below - while writing I should explain the emergence of a plan- this web is intended to be an Q&A space - please use it that way if you or your peers wish ; increasingly I am making the different design layout of  www.erworld.tv more of a content space -ultimately the number 1 populated web for browsing how to empower youth to do good with economics as well as make 2010s their  productive decade everywhere   Foundation Norman Macrae (The peoples practice networks of the Economist's Unacknowledged Giant and Entrepreneurial Revolution) welcome collaboration ideas if we are trying to link in the same map -post anywhere on this web ; or email me chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk or tel us hotline 1 301 881 1655 or skype /instant message me at chrismacraedc   meet me in washington dc or my frequent visits to boston, paris, london, brussels, dhaa, and any asian country I can linkin after 30 years of researching what asian societies want   one of the things we love to partner is global village sites mapping what your locality wants to open "world trade" source in this knowhow linkin in age where so much value multiplies in use instead of getting consumed up the way 20th C things did __________________________________________________________       The unacknowledged giant Posted by The Economist on Thursday Jun 17th at 9:19pm Few journalists have had as great an influence-or been proved right so often-as the man who, for 23 years, was the deputy editor of The Economist Audio Listen « Previous Next » Email this to a friend Post to Twitter Share on Facebook   list of other main obituaries to Norman Macrae   If your country or network believes in this brand of economics please send us your link :  "invest in curious productivity of children, families and community since healthy  society generates strong economies not the other way round" 11 June 2011 - Norman Macrae probably Europe's senior economist dies nearing 87 - obits - The Economist: Unacknowledged Giant  - ;  British Ambassador to Tokyo: changed the trade & investment links between Britain and Japan Financial Times: journalist who delighted in paradox with unrivaled ability to foresee the future Daily Telegraph: The Economist's internal spirit;  The Scotsman - the internet's futurist The Atlantic - Clive Crook remembers; national review "someone you never knew existed"  India Times - Prophet of Change ; New Statesman "entire career at The Economist" ; Matt Ridley - death of a great optimist London Times - subscription - journalist who changed minds and opened many more ; Pot-TEX : a giant of journalism Sweden's JanErik Larsson - people you never forget   …
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s leading youth  technology wizards and collaboration NGO leaders .Asian Sample Tour of Macrae's Curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution .. sample tour of Norman Macrae- 15 years into his career at The Economist, Normanis asked to sign his first survey 1962 Consider Japan: his greatest debates on youth futures start in 1972 when he saw students experimenting with digital networks: 1972's Next 40 Years ; 1976's Coming Entrepreneurial Revolution; I was very sorry to read in last week's "Economist" magazine of the death of Norman Macrae, who was its deputy editor for many years. Norman Macrae was the first journalist to recognise the growing economic importance of Japan in the 1960s.  His seminal essay "Consider Japan" (which can be read in the Norman Macrae archive) was published in September 1962, is a fascinating and powerful analysis of the Japanese economy at that time, and was an important corrective to those who still thought justin terms of Japan as a poor, developing country producing cheap counterfeit goods.  The "Economist" obituary gives many other examples of Macrae's prescience and far-sightedness. The sudden jolt of recognition that Japan was about to become - as it had in the late 19th Century after the Meiji Restoration - an industrial giant (two years after "Consider Japan" the world woke up to Japan's success with the Tokyo Olympics) led directly to the British Government's trade promotion activities that I listed in my last article on the blog, the setting up in the early 1970s of the Exports to Japan Unit in the then Department of Trade, and the emphasis in this Embassy's work on trade and investment links with Japan,that lasts to this day. Do read the "Economist"'s obituary of Norman Macrae - it is a tribute to a massively influential thinker, whose impact is still felt today in the work we do here in Tokyo.…
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Comment on: Topic 'Collab plan: millennium goals 1984-2014 by worldcitizen.tv w...
help us here: Googledoc the most collaborative 24 month race youth have played .http://normanmacrae.ning.com/forum/topics/a-sample-of-citations-to-... .... ..:KHANac BRACAbed, CEUSoros ,SABlecher MITtbl NOBATYunus LUCKNOWGandhi ChinaMa NZDryden MEDIALABNegropronte COURSEraKoller .. 1 PEACE CURRICULUM Q&APC1 Was it a mistake for a book, whose main economic recommendation was that open education would be the net generation's greatest ever entrepreneurial freedom to start with valuing how to network peace?APC1.1 Timing is everything in mediating transformation in worldwide  system futures. Norman argued that 1984 was the greatest opportunity since world war 2 for citizens to vote against governments spending (through tax) a fifth of all their lives on arms.  How to linkin 2014-2015 as the other greatest youth opportunity to bid for worldwide peace can be informed  by reading Norman's last updates published here with Muhammad Yunus in 2008 APC1.2  None of Norman Macrae's obituary writers at The Economist or elsewhere understood Norman's timeline: spending his youth in parts of Europe ruled over by stalin or hitler, spending his last days as a teenager navigating raf planes over modern day Bangladesh and Myanmar, going up to Cambridge to be mentored by keynes that the number 1 system design job of economist is to end hunger and that youth should never let those in power divorce the future compounding disciplines of economics and peace APC1.3 Ironically all those readers and investors in the entrepreneurail revolution curriclum which Noramn spent 40 yeras editing The Economist from number 3 weekly uk journal to one of a kind global viewspaper understood how the search for peace was embedded in all his major surveys: as the only journalist to be at the founding of the EU, as the journalist who believed the deviation of the BBC fgrom world service was the greatest missed opportunity in mass media, as the journmalist who cheered on Japan as the most value multiplying nation of 1962 and asia pacific worldwide yoyth region liberating china as the turn of the millenniums greatest opportunity for youth to design colaborative millennium goals and action networks around…
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t collaborative 24 month race youth have played . .... ..:KHANac BRACAbed, CEUSoros ,SABlecher MITtbl NOBATYunus LUCKNOWGandhi ChinaMa NZDryden MEDIALABNegropronte COURSEraKoller .. 1 PEACE CURRICULUM Q&APC1 Was it a mistake for a book, whose main economic recommendation was that open education would be the net generation's greatest ever entrepreneurial freedom to start with valuing how to network peace?APC1.1 Timing is everything in mediating transformation in worldwide  system futures. Norman argued that 1984 was the greatest opportunity since world war 2 for citizens to vote against governments spending (through tax) a fifth of all their lives on arms.  How to linkin 2014-2015 as the other greatest youth opportunity to bid for worldwide peace can be informed  by reading Norman's last updates published here with Muhammad Yunus in 2008 APC1.2  None of Norman Macrae's obituary writers at The Economist or elsewhere understood Norman's timeline: spending his youth in parts of Europe ruled over by stalin or hitler, spending his last days as a teenager navigating raf planes over modern day Bangladesh and Myanmar, going up to Cambridge to be mentored by keynes that the number 1 system design job of economist is to end hunger and that youth should never let those in power divorce the future compounding disciplines of economics and peace APC1.3 Ironically all those readers and investors in the entrepreneurail revolution curriclum which Noramn spent 40 yeras editing The Economist from number 3 weekly uk journal to one of a kind global viewspaper understood how the search for peace was embedded in all his major surveys: as the only journalist to be at the founding of the EU, as the journalist who believed the deviation of the BBC fgrom world service was the greatest missed opportunity in mass media, as the journmalist who cheered on Japan as the most value multiplying nation of 1962 and asia pacific worldwide yoyth region liberating china as the turn of the millenniums greatest opportunity for youth to design colaborative millennium goals and action networks around APC1.4 Dismally few of the 21st C most famous economist undersrand the curiculum of economics that Keynes mentored his alumni including Norman on:1 the core job of the economists is to back whatever system designs she or he believes will help the human race unite to end poverty ( see the last Keynes last essay on persuasion); see also last 3 pages of Keynes general throory on why yoth's grearest enemy is a particular type of elderly academic economist who is most prone to pad his pension with funding from big governments on indsutry sectors that have lost that purspoe which has most relevance to producing future livelihoods. ...... …
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