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What Keynes said about jobs of economists and everyone's futures
hippocratic oath and Job number 1 of the economics profession IS designing systems that unite the intergenerational race to end poverty
KEYNES (quotes from his books)
Economists and political mediators, both when they are right and when they are wrong, are more powerful than is commonly understood. Indeed the world is ruled by little else. Practical people, who believe themselves to be exempt from intellectual influence, are usually the slaves of some defunct economist. Madmen in authority who hear voices in the air are distilling their frenzy from some academic scribbler of a few years back. In the fields of economics and politics there are not many people who are influenced by new theories after they are 25 to 35 years of age, so the ideas that civil servants and politicians and even agitators apply are not likely to be the newest. Sooner or later it is ideas which are dangerous for good or evil (quoted from General Theory concluding paragraph)
If economists could manage to get themselves thought of as humble, competent people, on a level with dentists, that wold be splendid. Concluding paragraph of Essays in Persuasion
p526 Towards the turn of the millennium, developed nations will be threatened with the appalling problem of the able-bodied retired- there will be 100% more over 65 year olds than in the recent past
p523 The political problem of mankind is to combine tree things Economic Efficiency, Social Justice, and Individual Liberty. The first needs criticism , precaution and technical knowledge; the second an unselfish and enthusiastic spirit which loves the ordinary man; the third tolerance, breadth , appreciation of the excellences of variety and independence. (p523)
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Writing in 1930s, nobody I can find is clearer than Keynes- wars (and systemic meltdown of trust-flows) are ultimately staged because of 2 opposite sorts of economists
those designing rules/futures for the 1% richest, extractors
those aiming to improve the human lot of 99% of us starting with those born with the least or having voice in the next 20 years (poor, youth, women). Who do millennials concerned with exponentially sustaining liveliho...
43rd year newsletters of Entrepreneurial Revolution started in The Economist 1972
what The Economist saw in 1972 as future challenges to 2025 if net generation was to be sustainable let alone productive and openly collaborative
after world war 2 most mass media organs decimated Keynsian logics (at a time when it could have been hugely relevant). The Economist was an exception thanks partly to my father being the last student tutored by Keynes at Cambridge.
When my father first saw students testing digital learning networks in 1972 he spent the next 10 years debating with leaders the priorities that Keynsains should prepare to invest in if the net generation was to be the most productive era
doublecheck the main valuation principles of keynes in the lft hand column (rsvp email@example.com if you see any we have missed)
by 1984 a book was ready providing the antidote to the big brother ending (which my father saw as the other possible outcome of a borderless world).............................
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Future of Open Education Curriculum celebrated 1984 out of The Economist after 12 years reporting access to the UK National Development Project in Computer Assisted Learning
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Gordon Dryden 2010: .vision 2020- update of The Economist's Norman Macrae 1984 first vis.....
Adam Smith, Science & Human Nature by Professor Skinner (The Principal of Glasgow University kindly hosted a joint remembrance party to Andrew Skinner and Norman Macrae)
Back in 1984 our youth economics and educators guide to net generation freedoms to 2025 anticipated that early in 21st C discrepancies in incomes and expectations of rich and poor nations would compound humanity's greatest risks, and open education curricula crisis