This chapter expands the discussions from the fundamentals of Buddhist Economics theory to daily life practice. It reflects on the concept of economic growth, costs and benefits of economic growth and how Buddhist Economics can contribute to sustainable economic growth. There are different aspects to look into sustainability, but sustainability of throughput would better account for both positive and negative inputs and outputs in the process. The concepts of frugality, uneconomic growth, and the Buddhist perspective on work and right livelihood are also analyzed herein.

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