Buddhist Economics

Buddhists often tend to disregard economics completely, because the monastic way of life idealized by Buddhism is economically very minimalist. Such neglect of comment concerning economic values is not warranted, however, because the Buddhist scriptures are in fact rich with advice from the Buddha regarding sound economic values and they are applicable to monastic and lay lifestyles alike.
Originally this book was intended to deal solely with Buddhist Economics, however in the aftermath of 9-11, the present author would like to extend the scope of this book to show how the build-up of economic tensions can be blamed for world conflict.

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