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  • "'''Jim Puntasen''' has joined the P2P Foundation since November 2005, and he is the weekly His mail address is jim.puntasen@gmail.com "
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  • #REDIRECT [[Jim Puntasen]]
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  • Draft version of a translation by Jim Puntasen of Rasmi.org
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  • "'''Jim Puntasen''' has joined the P2P Foundation since November 2005, and he is the weekly His mail address is jim.puntasen@gmail.com "
    632 bytes (98 words) - 22:02, 6 January 2016
  • Draft version of a translation by Jim Puntasen of Rasmi.org
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  • For the P2P Foundation: Samuel Rose, James Burke, Jim Puntasen, Valentin Spirik, Michael Pick, Remi Sussan, Jeff Petry, Paul B. Hartzog, A
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  • '''Conveners''': Linda Nowakowski, Michael Herman, Jim Puntasen
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  • ...udal economics? My perspective on this changed through a talk with Apichai Puntasen, a Thai social reformer and scholar who lectures about `Buddhist Economics'
    3 KB (388 words) - 11:26, 25 December 2011
  • ...udal economics? My perspective on this changed through a talk with Apichai Puntasen, a Thai social reformer and scholar who lectures about `Buddhist Economics'
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  • The Bia Kud Chum Community Currency System in Thailand, by Dr. Apichai Puntasen et al:
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  • '''Apichai Puntasen’s book Buddhist economics: Evolution, Theories and Its Application to Var .... All things are dynamic and impermanent, not static and definite (58-59). Puntasen argues that the fixed assumptions of homo economicus, that all people are s
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  • #[[Apichai Puntasen]]
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  • #[[Apichai Puntasen]], Thailand, [[Buddhist Economics]]
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  • #[[Apichai Puntasen]], Thailand, [[Buddhist Economics]]
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  • ...udal economics? My perspective on this changed through a talk with Apichai Puntasen, a Thai social reformer and scholar who lectures about `Buddhist Economics'
    13 KB (1,732 words) - 08:28, 22 July 2019
  • ...Venture Network, Thailand), Francois Bafoil (SciencesPo, France), Apichai Puntasen (Thailand Research Fund, Sufficiency Economy research programme, Thailand),
    11 KB (1,552 words) - 09:04, 31 August 2011
  • **[[Apichai Puntasen]], Thailand, [[Buddhist Economics]]
    16 KB (2,253 words) - 10:37, 30 August 2019
  • ...oint of view could result in an alternative approach to economics (Apichai Puntasen: ‘consumption efficiency’). The GNH Index is determined by a ‘suffici
    22 KB (3,127 words) - 09:03, 31 August 2011