2018’s Top 50 World Record Jobs Creators – 25 from East(S), West(N) 40 living alumni
Introduction: Valuation Design of World Record Jobs Creation (WRJC)
We have chosen to prioritise mediation and mapping of WRJC in English and Chinese
Contributors in other mother tongues are welcome in a family of collaboration weblogs which we have set up so that WRJC is a living network and van diversely represent population patterns by region as well as youth who will need to evolve the sustainability generation and parents whose investments and system designs need to value this purpose of the first generations to be worldwide as well as local.
Approximate Populations represented by Economist Collab blogs in Billions (bn)
EconomistAsia.net 4.4 bn; EconomistChina.net 1.3 bn (mainland)
EconomistAmerica.com 1 bn (about 50/50 N & S); EconomistEurope.com 0.75 bn; EconomistAfrica.com 1,2 bn …
Other collab blogs will be introduced by major types of market purpose eg EconomistLearning.com EconomistHealth.com EconomistGreen.com EconomistWomen.com
About half the world of 7.5 billion humans is aged under 30 though this varies dramatically: in a few of Africa’s poorest nations half of the population is under 20; in some of the richer Western Europe nations the median age is approaching 50. Such age differences are one reason why we urge youthful co-searchers of WRJC to think of sustainability goals as valuing collaboration and open systems. Another reason is mother nature’s evolution challenges including climate and renewabilility of generations can no longer be solved by regions independent of each other
In the English speaking world, there are 2 types of economists: those who value livelihoods and those who don’t. Mathematically speaking what you measure isn’t only what you get but what exponentially compounds. So those economists who do not explicitly value jobs are designing systems that destroy human livelihoods. In modern times, Keynes was the simplest of jobs-creating economists. His last chapter on general theory of systems and money (written in 1930s) explains: increasingly economists determine what futures are at all possible for places’ peoples. Keynsians therefore value a Hippocratic oath of designing system maps that improve livelihoods of next generation out of ever community and prioritise ending poverty. Keynsian alumni also value a world where women “lift up half the sky” a value joyfully integrated into relaunch of China’s coming out from behind the Great Wall, and so modern Confucianism.
Poverty alleviation is the number 1 and most interconnecting of the 17 sustainability goals which the United Nations declared as defining human purpose 2015-2030. Historically job-creating economics was the media purpose of James Wilson’s Economist 1843-1988 as can be confirmed by the Macrae family’s post-war diaries and The Economist’s centenary biography 1843-1943.
We know that Diaspora Scot James Wilson was himself an alumni of the original ENTRPRENEUR economics and trust-flow models of Scot Adam Smith and auld ally the French JB Say. Moreover Wilson with his son-in-law Walter Bagehot helped Queen Victoria start to change the English’s constitution’s ideology from Colonising Empire to Commonwealth mapmaker. James died of diarrhea before his time : 9 months into being sent by Victoria to remap Raj economy out of Calcutta.
Keynsians as rational optimists saw the end of world war 2 and moon landing in 1969 as starting two gamechanging times for going beyond old economic paradigms. World War 2 can be thought of as offering opportunity to consider ending the zero-sum economics/trading paradigms of colonization and big bet bigger national wars over carbon energy. Miraculous eastern economic developments since world war2 are worth analyzing for clues as to how leading post colonial models are sustainable opportunities to explore win-win trades. From 1960, The Economist considered Japan (rise to number 2 financial space) as the first significant breakthrough of this kind followed by South Korea and the Eastern Superports mainly connected by the Chinese Diaspora (rise to number 3 financial investment network)
Also in 1968, Entrepreneurial Revolution began as a genre in The Economist for what iffing the significance of moon landing back on earth is that humanity has decided to double investment in communications technologies every 7 years from 1946 to 2015 – that’s a Moore’s law exponential of over 1000 fold change. What ER anticipates is that these are the most exciting times to be alive as we three generations determine whether our species thrives all over the world or joins the dodo as the next species mother earth no longer values.
Global1.0 accelerated from 1989 with the introduction of the worldwideweb. The student and UN year 2016-2016 was the first time mediation of Globa2.0 became a transparent mapping opportunity for leaders of nations, citizens and global villagers everywhere.
In cataloguing World Record Job Creators we make a primary segmentation between
E: East and South, and W: West and Nort
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