..Whys of Economist and Leaders?.
#1 Would economists value parenting and so women differently once they wholly value curriculum of diarrhea's
impact linked to sustainability goals
#2 What impact on above zero sum modelling of a post-industrial
age does the most valuable cure in the world being an educationa freedom have on why economists only add up gross national
products; spefcifically if health and education sustems wholly valued curriculum of diarrhea, how would that transform their
costs and open society impacts
#3 For any friend of Economics, the greatest cluetrain of what ifs: when Queen Victoria despatched James Wilson (founder of mediating end poverty economcts) to Calcutta to
reform Raj economics, what would have spun differently if he had diedafter 9 months due to dairrhea; would his
son-in-law' (2nd editor) bagehot's work on Cnstitution for England's Commonwealth have been different? would Gandhi's 1906
discovery that his top down profession (Bar of London Law) was systeming rules that destroyed livelihoods of his peoples back
in India and colored in South Africa have been in a osition to start up 20th C in more peaceful ways.
.Whys for POP of health and education..................................................................
#4 AS The world spent 4000 times more on communcations, social and business entreprenueurs needed to unite in POP valuation of impacts so that both open education
curricula of health and education led the way for global vilage networking to be 10 times more wealthy and healthy for all
instead of being spun n ways that ever increas e the costs on millennials
A third of a
century after The Econmist and Norman Macrae announced Entrepreneurial Revolution quest for the most sustainable transfornation
beyond 20th Century's failing silos of mass mediated systems (be they corporate , gov, NGO) he found Bangladesh womens networks
to be the Jewl in Sustainability's crown- with BRAC the ultmate bencmark for millennial sustainability, open education and
those who value Preferential Option Poor in Health or other life chnaing community services
- see 1976 Entrepreneurial survey and its 12 yera context 1972 to 198 in the wider context of 4000 times more being spent
on worldwide communications 2030 versus 1946 For impacts of ER in Europe ask its then youthful translator across the
contnent Romano Prodi
See video of first Remembrance party to Norman Macrae -2010 The Economist Boardroom
Ask Taddy Blecher or Chris.Macrae@yahoo.co.uk or the-hub.net for notes from 3rd remembrance dialogue
Ask leader of Glasgow University Anton Muscatelli or Adam Smith scholars about series of remebrance
dialogues they have hosted
Ask Sir Fazle Abed or Japan Amassador in Dhaka or chris macrae
or mostofa zaman email@example.com for notes from 2012's 4th remembrance dialogu e
for women and Parents and Millennials..
#5 When an illiterate village moher is empowered
to be a greatest community health networked vllage males stop treating women as underclass; women stop being seen as there
to bred 10 children instead of a sustainable 2.
Reference - In 2015, the niversity of berkeley
open california first nstitute of Bangladesh studies alongside Blum who with OAS/IADB has made global poverty the most poplar
minor in the Cal state system. Reading Sir Fazle's abeds keynotes on population stsatistics of ending poverty in Bangaldeh
is more relevant t any millennials than all the PR that spun microcreditsummit and millennials off cpourse from the open learning
revolution any sustainability goals based movement neds to make its herat and soul so that womn and millennials are celebratd