Budhist economics

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Philosophy

 

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Dorothy H

 

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June 11, 2014

 

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Which translates to making fewer and fewer workers work harder and longer to produce more goods more quickly. The modern economist's criteria for success are measured only by the total production of what is produced. Instead of maximization of production, the Buddhist economist views mechanization as a way to further enhance the skills and productivity of workers...
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The modern economist's criteria for success are measured only by the total production of what is produced. Instead of maximization of production, the Buddhist economist views mechanization as a way to further enhance the skills and productivity of workers. This is achieved by making sure planning is done to promote employment instead of maximizing production, which can lead to more satisfaction for the worker and the community...
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