The Global University of Poverty - Curricula Welcome

End Poverty is number 1 job of any keynsian and millennials; future capitalism

Jeff Mowatt
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Collaboration with Yunus

Started Jun 29, 2010

Korten: Agenda for a new Economy

Started Feb 7, 2009

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Jeff Mowatt commented on chris macrae's video
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Global Grameen is Born

"Chris, I've recently discovered this group and their discussion forum which I've joined and started to participate in, I noted an article about Eastern Europe where we have been working for just over a decade starting with the Tomsk…"
Jun 30, 2010
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Collaboration with Yunus

Chris, I was sorry to read of your father's passing in your message yesterday.I wanted to convey my thoughts on collaboration.Social Business Day passed two days ago and though I blogged and tweeted about it, unfortunately little interest was shown It did however lead me to the Yunus definition of social business:"A social business is defined as a non-loss, non-dividend companydedicated to meeting social needs; such as ensuring affordablehealthcare for all, promoting better nutrition for…See More
Jun 29, 2010
Jeff Mowatt replied to chris macrae's discussion 1000 new books - london paris dhaka wiesbaden glasgow bangkok DC NY LA
"Chris, You may also find this interesting. The scene is Davos 2008 at the Ukrainian lunch. We're working in Ukraine having made the 'Marshall Plan' paper very public as a magazine article 6 months earlier. We find Sir Richard Branson…"
Mar 17, 2010
Jeff Mowatt commented on Inger-Mette Stenseth's video
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Social Business - the why question & 4th bottom line

"Here's a presentation given by my colleague Terry last year for the Economics for Ecology conference in Sumy He's describing capitalism and the relationship with human disposal which is something I take up later in a blog on the ethical…"
Mar 16, 2010
Jeff Mowatt replied to chris macrae's discussion 1000 new books - london paris dhaka wiesbaden glasgow bangkok DC NY LA
"Chris, I was rather interested to discover recently that Matthew Bishop author of Philanthrocapitalism has also released a new book The Road Frorm Ruin which examines the causes which led to the credit crisis. Until that crisis loomed few had given…"
Mar 16, 2010
Jeff Mowatt replied to Jerry Peloquin's discussion The Micro Venture Investment Vehicle
"I can't see anything linked or displayed here Jerry.- Jeff"
Jul 26, 2009

Comment Wall (3 comments)

At 1:44am on October 29, 2008, Inger-Mette Stenseth said…
Hi Jeff! Thanks for connecting. Look forward to the evolution/ confusion / fusion / & action, and to see how people driven change might influence the existing monetary system that we have - both on a macor and micro level!

Do you think that people really involved in Wall Street and City will like to change the system? Do you have any friends in the City that is without jobs and would like to contribute?
At 2:58am on October 29, 2008, Inger-Mette Stenseth said…
OK. I understand!
SO it is case that we have to invest together and to get practical!

Create jobs not for others, but get bread on our own table.

So how will micro finance work for all of us?
"all of us" people working for good, but cannot really live on it!
AND highly qualified people without jobs.
At 5:38am on November 15, 2008, Tony Ndubueze said…
Greetings to you Jeff. We are here to rub minds and brains together. To partner and learn from one another. I read your comments. Have a great weekend!

Regards,

Tony

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