Buddhism and Hidden Economy Distribution in Thailand

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Phra Komsan Jalearnwong


Donations are activities that religious organizations use as a tool to support activities. An activity of religion of Thai Buddhists about the economic distribution of the nation is the grassroots economy of Thai people, has much money to flow into the economic system that government and national statistics bureau cannot record the numbered data. The annual tradition will have the unit of the government sector and other media forecasted the numbers of money. The annual traditional activity of temples will have much money to flow in the economic system like spending, Buddhist tourism business for ancient Buddhist places that make the community people, local people and society having the income, have the job, to reduce the unemployment, to stop migration and to solve the slum community settlement of the people in Bangkok and surroundings. The hidden Buddhist economy distribution makes the grassroots economy having the economic movement with money from religious activity that getting from the donation, from the faith and belief to employ and to have the job and income distribution of people in the local community and society.

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Jalearnwong , P. K. . (2021). Buddhism and Hidden Economy Distribution in Thailand. International Journal of Multidisciplinary in Cultures & Religions Studies, 1(2), 36–42. Retrieved from https://so04.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/ijmcr/article/view/248559


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