Buddhist Economics (Hardcover, 2017, Bloomsbury Press) 5 stars

"Traditional economics measures the ways in which we spend our income, but doesn't attribute worth …

Interdependence provides us with powerful mandates. We no longer see ourselves as separate beings and no longer strive to maximize our own well-being. We find freedom from our own suffering, and we help to relieve the suffering of other. The personal is connected to the national and global. Individual and community goals merge into the one goal of promoting the well-being of all.

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