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

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

In Buddhist economics, prosperity is not equated with market goods services (gross domestic product) as in free market economics, where activities are ignored unless they include a purchase of some sort. Having dinner with family and friends sitting quietly to enjoy our surroundings, reading a good book- the free market values these activities by the goods and services purchased, not by how much we are enjoying the experience.

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