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Economics with Spiritualism and Ethical Businesses are Needed
S Shyam Prasad, Professor, India, Member
Many economists have forwarded different solutions to overcome the human sufferings and lead them to happiness, such as: - Capitalism - Socialism - Communism - Mixed economy - Keynesian just to name a few. Yet till date the success seems to elude us: - On one hand hunger, poverty, death due to starvation, unemployment, inflation and many such evils are prevalent in many parts of the world - On the other we have over exploitation of earth's resources to the extent of taking us to the brink, with pollution etc. growing day by day. In my opinion, economics with a large dose of spiritualism is the only solution. With 'spiritualism' I mean thinking beyond the just materialistic benefits. Business people need to develop feelings of contentment, non-possessiveness and ethics. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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