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Geoff Mulgan (Demos) The Other Invisible Hand

Geoff Mulgan (Demos) The Other Invisible Hand

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The Other Invisible Hand by Think Tanker of DEMOS and CP Member is a Key work to study how Common Purpose is spreading like a Virus.

( Does the term: "going viral" ring a Bell in you ?)

I recommend, you read it. What this basically is, is a Manual how to generate Revenue through Fraud and Deceit with the new Technological Means of Social Networking and Web Applications.

Have you ever asked yourself, why Bill Gates and the Melinda and Bill Gates Foundation where so eager to invest Millions of Euro in South East Europe ?

Well, there is a reason for that, mainly, that they are Stakeholders ( of various combined interests, together with thousands of other Stakeholders ) in this New Market Area.
( This still does not change the Policy, which is carried out anyway through UNESCO for instance )


About Demos:

Demos
Demos is an independent think-tank committed to
radical thinking on the long-term problems facing
the UK and other advanced industrial societies.
It aims to develop ideas – both theoretical and prac-
tical to help the politics of the 21st century, and to
improve the breadth and quality of political debate.
Demos publishes books and a quarterly journal and
undertakes substantial empirical and policy-oriented
research projects. Demos is a registered charity.
In all its work Demos brings together people from a
wide range of backgrounds in business, academia,
government, the voluntary sector and the media to
share and cross-fertilise ideas and experiences.
For further information and
subscription details please write to:
Demos
9 Bridewell Place
London EC4V 6AP































The Other Invisible Hand by Think Tanker of DEMOS and CP Member is a Key work to study how Common Purpose is spreading like a Virus.

( Does the term: "going viral" ring a Bell in you ?)

I recommend, you read it. What this basically is, is a Manual how to generate Revenue through Fraud and Deceit with the new Technological Means of Social Networking and Web Applications.

Have you ever asked yourself, why Bill Gates and the Melinda and Bill Gates Foundation where so eager to invest Millions of Euro in South East Europe ?

Well, there is a reason for that, mainly, that they are Stakeholders ( of various combined interests, together with thousands of other Stakeholders ) in this New Market Area.
( This still does not change the Policy, which is carried out anyway through UNESCO for instance )


About Demos:

Demos
Demos is an independent think-tank committed to
radical thinking on the long-term problems facing
the UK and other advanced industrial societies.
It aims to develop ideas – both theoretical and prac-
tical to help the politics of the 21st century, and to
improve the breadth and quality of political debate.
Demos publishes books and a quarterly journal and
undertakes substantial empirical and policy-oriented
research projects. Demos is a registered charity.
In all its work Demos brings together people from a
wide range of backgrounds in business, academia,
government, the voluntary sector and the media to
share and cross-fertilise ideas and experiences.
For further information and
subscription details please write to:
Demos
9 Bridewell Place
London EC4V 6AP































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 The other invisiblehand
Remaking charity for the21st century
Geoff Mulgan and Charles Landry
 
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Demos is an independent think-tank committed toradical thinking on the long-term problems facingthe UK and other advanced industrial societies.It aims to develop ideas – both theoretical and prac-tical to help the politics of the 21st century, and toimprove the breadth and quality of political debate.Demos publishes books and a quarterly journal andundertakes substantial empirical and policy-orientedresearch projects. Demos is a registered charity.In all its work Demos brings together people from awide range of backgrounds in business, academia,government, the voluntary sector and the media toshare and cross-fertilise ideas and experiences.For further information andsubscription details please write to:Demos9 Bridewell PlaceLondon EC4V 6AP Telephone: 0171 353 4479Facsimile: 0171 353 4481email: …@demos.demon.co.uk 
 
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