#WEF20 GIRLSWORLDBANK.com is the most exciting idea we've heard In 5 generations of diaspora scots East-West/South-North journalism and community building with special thanks to scholars of BRAC U & Glasgow U & usbloomberg.com
7 sdg girls world economy adam smith +260
cop26 glasgow nov 2020 offers perfect time to review forst 260 years of Glasgow U alumni 1760 adam smoth- what is the future of hi-trust markets? james webb what is the future of engines: how can these celebrate under 30s womens goals exemplified by the 17 sdgs 81 ways.com trachs 51 week countdown through 2020 as well as 20 annual updates of 21st C and 10 periods in history 1760 -1999 including 2g decade of 1990s: see eg bezos berners lee ren zengfei and 1G dec of 1980s- see eg gates jobs case masa son
6 von neumann worldwide digital economy- in 10 short years ending 1957 von neumann gifted humanity the leap forward in programmable computing-he left behind many east coast hubs from boston yale princeton dc , and ideas-most were not executed to have the impacts he hoped for although initially kennedy's moon race looked hopeful- and the west coast value multipliers around gordon more's 6 decades of 100 times more tech made it look as if no human mission would be impossible by 2020s5 pound economy- this was the first global economy- in most ways the 1% of humans out of the UK built an empire opposite to smith's desires early apps of industrial revolution included slavery and trapping most of humans(who lived on asian contient) in poverty - in 1906 the indian mahatama gandhi start sailing between mumbai, durban and london asking for both a total chnage in education and india's independence- the 2 world wars root cause can be seen to be what happens when thye whole of world trade is mapped round one island's or even one capitals interests - promisingly the new world of americans took up the english langiage and twoice saved the old world from wars- this multiplied a lot of good but the way the dollar economy spiralled after jfk's assasination and as big finace made forst use of eacg new G of tech is a diferent story
4 pre-digital 1970s rural keynesianism economy -first engineerd by Fazle Abed, its chinese version discussed as a global debate in The Economist of 1977- this wonderful innovation is where asian village women started lifting up half the sky on the south asian region bangladesh and the east asian region china- by 1968 china had starved 50 million of its people by following the russian economic model- all the world could have celebrated the return to china to world markets - something it had closed out in 1960 when the british told chinese that they had to accept opium as a trading currency3 deming engineers super-infra economy by 1900 japan had become the 2nd worst nation in trapping peoples on the content of asian- being on the losing side of world war 2- a miracle happened when japan adopted deming's knowhow to lead ahead with engineering infrastructure and microelectronics and world trade ports (a system it shared with islands taiwan hk singapore) and suoerialways which China was the first to ask permission to replicate with Deng in 19782 dollar IR1 global economy- what britain had hubbed out of an island, america stated implementing on continental scale - thus 5% of people both saved the world from 2 wars and peaked at about 30% of human consumption - whilst JFK might have continued the dream of powering the hi-tech 20th century with the worlds people, from 1964 and embattled in superpower wars with russia, the usa started powering over people1 US-Russia Big media economy- the satellite always was to telecoms 0G to 5G as vital as the increase in analytical power of machine intel until in the 2020s one computer chip has up to trillion times more than needed to race to the moon; but space experiments have not been by and for the people ... who knows what space entrepreneurship can do if it ever is

Idea sustainability of humanity will depend on girls as job creators

Exciting - it still needs a billion girls to help it happen

Where did idea start? While there are different cultural views of someting so briliantly human, I first heard about when members of china's quarter of a billion girls shared ideas with the world's number 1 investmnt partnership in girls that used to be hubbed solely out of Bangakdesh but is now to be found wherever the most courageous girls and boys are to be found linking in solutions to sustainability goals -

partnering 7 billion peoples' S-goals-Goal 17

Thursday, December 31, 1970

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Mike’s Plan:

  • Promote fair competition for family-owned farms and combat farming monopolies
  • Make U.S. trade policy fair and consistent
  • Invest in building healthy soils and conserving farmland for generations to come
  • Expand and improve agricultural research and develop a diverse new generation of the American farming workforce
  • Renew rural American communities

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Mike’s Plan:

Promote fair competition for farms of all sizes

Mike’s plan will combat farming monopolies by strengthening smaller farms’ ability to negotiate for fair contracts. He will also revive and enforce USDA and DOJ’s capacity to ensure fair competition, including reinstating the Grain Inspection, Packers, and Stockyards Administration (GIPSA) as an independent and fully funded agency.

Make U.S. trade policy fair and consistent

As president, Mike will pursue trade policies that unlock fair and open markets for American farmers by holding China accountable and prioritizing cooperation with allies and the WTO, while de-escalating U.S.-China trade tensions which are jeopardizing small and family-owned farms.

Invest in building healthy soils and conserving farmland for generations to come

Mike’s plan will expand programs that prioritize conservation and enhance soil health and explore ways to align crop insurance with conservation incentives. He’ll increase the share of farm acreage managed with regenerative practices that improve farmland and lower adverse environmental effects. Additionally, he’ll empower farmers to improve soils and sequester carbon from the air, leading our country’s efforts to ensure sustainable ecology for future generations.

Expand and improve agricultural research and develop a diverse new generation of the American farming workforce

Mike knows how critical it is to make it easier for young people to enter the farming business and inherit family farms. That’s why he’ll establish an estate planning division at USDA, pilot lease-to-own programs, increase funding to provide legal support to heirs’ property owners, and encourage states to pass the Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act. He’ll also modernize the current H-2A visa program so it works better for both farmworkers and farms of all sizes, and expand other farmworker protections like minimum wage, overtime, and other labor rights, including safeguards against harassment. Mike’s plan will double current federal investment in U.S. agricultural research to unlock innovation and enable American farmers to continue leading the world. As president, Mike will address longstanding systemic racism and inequities by appointing USDA leadership committed to supporting farmers of color and fully enforcing civil rights protections. He’ll also update key USDA grant programs to ensure they serve all farms, including small farms, new and beginning operations, and programs specifically investing in both farmers of color and veterans.

Renew rural American communities

Mike’s plan will improve rural health care by upgrading federal programs, increasing innovative telehealth services, and expanding mental health, suicide prevention, and drug addiction prevention to meet rural communities’ unique needs. He will also invest in modernizing rural infrastructure, including expanding broadband access to 10 million more Americans by 2025, investing $100 billion over 10 years in clean drinking water, repairing roads and bridges, and expanding air travel in rural areas. As president, Mike will ensure rural communities remain vibrant by introducing a place-based Earned Income Tax Credit to provide added incentives for businesses to locate and create jobs in distressed communities.

Mike’s Record:

Mike has a long history of supporting American farms, especially the 96% which are small or family-owned, and recognizing the important role farmers play in protecting America’s environment. Mike has been critical of large agribusiness’ disproportionate power in American agriculture. He condemned the 2007 federal energy bill, saying “most of the farms things we do don’t benefit most farmers,” especially small farmers “who we should really be helping.” He has also been highly critical of Trump’s trade policy. Mike has supported trade agreements that benefit American farmers and started a group that endorsed legislation to improve farm labor.
As Mayor, Mike’s administration made investments to expand farmer’s markets in New York City, providing a critical market for upstate farmers. He also partnered with Governor Cuomo to invest in upgrading the Hunts Point Terminal Market, the world’s second-largest wholesale market and the largest in-state market for New York farmers. Mike’s administration also invested in urban agriculture and innovation, opening the first farm in a public housing complex and a large rooftop farm estimated to grow 20,000 pounds of produce annually while absorbing over one million gallons of rainwater.

why weak teachers and costly marketers cause wars

The big lesson of world war 2: the era of markets defined by empires, big get bigger manufacturers and endless extraction of carbon and other natural resources could not renbnew future generations and culd not sustain more than about a quarter (the then developed world)

ironically this meant that the banking that the old rich world used needed to be increasingly replaced by something different

hence the need for new infrastructure investment banking and as we explain below new universities

the big lesson of moon landing - doubling every 7 yeras from 946 of spend in connectivity technolgiues would continue to 2016 por beyond- (2**10) thats over 1000 fold- hence millennial would be the most exciting geretaion to grow up in - dependoing on their parents investment they would see the beginning of the end of the hiuman species or how to race toiwards ending poverty and sustaining human race with mother earth's abundant resurces provided renewable systems are designed bottom up and openly the way nature's evolutionary rules connect the planet

hence the need for edutech and fintech wizards who get big data small, and world's best knowhow must be locally distributed in any market whose putrpose has life critical impacts
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when young people dont understand costs of the whole value chain or a market - they cant see where markets are compounding poverty or other exponential risks to sustainability

therefore if leaders truly mean valuing a world round 17 sustainability goals by 2030- the half of the world aged under 30 needs to learn now by being able to click to every component of a markets costs and profits - and to redesign those markets that excluding communities poeple and the next generation from a thriving livelihood

worse more and more marets are changing to value that is more knowhow than thing consumption based; these knowhow markets should be maimisng free open source knowhow and minimising proprietart costs-

western universities and whole education systems that grow up to them have completely missed the plot - so when america says it has lost manufactring jobs what it really means is the brands that manufactired thkings took too much quarterly profit for their shaerholders and not enough value for everyone involved in the total value chain - no wonder the majoroity of hukan beings wanted that model chnaged and now sees the east as the place to bencmark value with

solutions - new universities value youth s livelihoods- they start by making scosts of marekt and learning trasnparent across whole value chians

My blogs

preparing youths greatest education summits 43weeks.com aka youthglobalaffairs.com

EconomistDiary.com summits where leaders of new banking and win-0win trading maps help change world back to sustainability and include youth in changing curricula or beyond classroom delivery system

Chinathanks.com notes on 100+ national leaders braostorming and project partnerships with china

Wednesday, December 30, 1970

anatmoy of markets

markets are networks of productive and demanding realtionships
historically lots of costs of components of markets have been hidden - we do not see this as compatible with goals of sustainability generations

look at the biggest player in a market - what purpose would the world moss if this did not exist and is there a trasparent win-win audit inbteggrating the trust of any constituent who you beleve is critically sustained by their relationship (supply or demand) with market

markets can be analysed by 4 ;points of sale
sells a thing for sonsumption
sells a thing that is a component of another market's sale
sells a service ie main value is cuslomised by local human team (consider 2 types of franchose - those designed so most opr all value stays with the local serving team or their community; those where most value is extracted to some owner)
sells knowhow (ie value depends on whether buyer can iuse to co-create value)

markets also are defined by 1 what things need to be physically distributed eiether in making the thing to be sold or in delevering it 2 what is distributed electronically (ie has next to no exra costs of delivering once users access platform)

markets are also defined by costs of getting to know of specific purchase opportunity and who is seen to buy - part of fashion value- between 1950 to 2000 television advertising became an ever increasing cost in many markets -unsustainably so - note ecommerce markets offer an opportunity to go beyond markets where the main cost is advertising

where something has limited number of current sales- costs to te purchser may be defined by auction or other way supplier varies price

markets are also defined by costs of waste; waste can include addiction of people or depression of society caused by costly or intentionally low-trust marketers

markets can be impacted by both sensible regulations ( proof of safety before being sold) and political vested interests (usually disastrous to societies in long term)

markets can be impacted by cost of innovation - this depends on extent that innovation people really want is associated with market/purpose]]its worth checking in deep detail on diferences between thing, service and knowledge markst as many legacy assumption ois big thing production still impact ways marketing profession itself makes money (often in ways that do not proact with major social chnages that need sustainability may need)

for more detailed references see
world class brands; brand chartering; triple special issue of journal of maketing management 1999 - brand reality
chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk