Studies in Buddhist Economics, Management, and Policy

Palgrave has a book series entitled “Studies in Buddhist Economics, Management, and Policy”. Professors Clair Brown (UC Berkeley) and Laszlo Zsolnai (Corvinus University of Budapest) serve as editors of the series. This book series is devoted to exploring and presenting new developments in contemplative inquiry related to Buddhist Economics, Well-Being, Social Transformation, Mindful Organizations, and Ecological Worldview in management and policy contexts. This particular combination of fields represents a unique nexus for reflection and action toward developing ways of mindful and sustainable management for organizations in the economic and social life.

Studies in Buddhist Economics, Management, and Policy

Titles in the series include Ernest C. H. Ng: Introduction to Buddhist Economics. The Relevance of Buddhist Values in Contemporary Economy and Society, and Gabor Kovacs: The Value Orientations of Buddhist and Christian Entrepreneurs. A Comparative Perspective on Spirituality and Business Ethics.