Sufficiency thinking : Thailand's gift to an unsustainable world / editors, Gayle C. Avery, Harald Bergsteiner.
Contributor(s): Avery, Gayle C. | Bergsteiner, HaraldCall number: 330.9593 S946 Material type: BookPublisher: Crows Nest, N.S.W. : Allen & Unwin, 2016. Description: xxxiii, 293 p. : ill., charts.ISBN: 9781760292911 (pbk.); 9781760292638 (hbk.).Subject(s): Sustainable development -- Thailand | Chiang Mai (Thailand) -- Economic conditions
Part I. Introduction. 1, Thailand: an unexpected role model -- Part II. The sufficiency economy philosophy. 2, Immoral capitalism: the need for a new approach. 3, The sufficiency economy philosophy process -- Part III. At the local and community levels. 4, The `new theory' for the agricultural sector. 5, Community sufficiency in Nan province. 6, The impact of sufficiency thinking on community development. 7, Sufficiency thinking in economic development and environmental management -- Part IV. At the national level. 8, Cultivating a sufficiency mindset in Thai schools. 9, Sufficiency in Thai healthcare. 10, Sufficiency thinking in a prisoner development program -- Part V. Sufficiency thinking in business. 11, The sufficiency economy in action at Nithi Foods. 12, Siam Cement Group as a sustainable enterprise. 13, From philosophy to business practice -- Part VI. Actioning the future. 14, Practices for enhancing resilience and performance. 15, The outlook for sufficiency thinking.