Mark Frazier, Openworld, Inc.
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Investment History
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2006: Cobden-Bright Award of $2500
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2008: Cobden-Bright Award of $250
 
Openworld: Awakening Assets for Good: http://openworld.com
 
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“WhereTo and Why - the Co-Evolution of Art, Science, and Technology” ••• (GoogleDocs) Mark Frazier, 2019 B-Futures Forum, Buenos Aires, Argentina
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“Innovations for a free, resilient, and generous world” ••• (Openworld)
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“Emergence of a New Hanseatic League: How Special Economic Zones Will Reshape Global Governance” ••• by Mark Frazier, Openworld, 2018, Chapman Law Review ••• (first publication) reproduced at Explorers Founation with permission of the author.
 
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Mark Frazier (bio)
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Mark Frazier is Chairman of the Startup Societies Foundation and president of Openworld, a nonprofit research and volunteer network specializing in environments for creative endeavors. He has worked in 50+ countries over the past four decades on free economic zones and grassroots learning initiatives in projects funded by private philanthropists, the World Bank, and multinational companies. His current work includes development of Learning Landscapes, an open source app for peer learning and online cooperation, and support for contractual communities that vest residents as beneficiaries of rising land values. Earlier in his career, he was publisher and managing editor of Reason magazine, and cofounder of the Local Government Center, springboard for Reason Foundation's research and consulting practice on alternative approaches to local service delivery. He is a graduate of Harvard University and a former Visiting Fellow of the Lehrman Institute in New York
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