Sufficiency Economy Philosophy (SEP): A model for sustainable development and its application for business
Thailand is introducing sustainable thinking across the nation - from schools and universities to agriculture, community development, the environment, business and public policy. By embracing SEP, Thailand is striving for outcomes of well-being, happiness and sustainability. The essence of SEP is that those who strive to be virtuous and knowledgeable are more likely to make moderate, reasonable and prudent decisions, which benefit themselves and their communities in ways that maximizes and balance economic, social, environmental and cultural outcomes.
The discussion by CSR. Asst. Prof. Dr. Nada Chunsom, School of Development Economics, National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA) on this topic aims to explain, in a practical way, how to apply SEP to the decision-making process in business practices. The systematic approach to explain SEP itself and its three key concepts will be also explained and discussed.
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