Effective States


I heard Ashraf Ghani yesterday on the Global Business podcast from the
BBC (http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio/podcasts/worldbiz/). There’s an
interesting conversation about mobile phones and micro-funding in
Afghanistan, amongst others.

He has a kind of Yunis approach to the Economic Hitman problem, and
has set up the Institute for State Effectiveness
(http://www.effectivestates.org), which in turn has some good

As suspected for sometime, capitalism has the answers as long as
human(e) intelligence demands the optimal business model.

Ed Dowding

Ed Dowding

Founder, strategist, writer, gadfly, TED talker, world-record holder, and (foolishly) reality-TV farmer. DOES: Innovation, Product, Advocacy THINKS: Regenerative Systems, Institution design, 300 year horizons

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