SUFFICIENCY ECONOMY AS AN ALTER-GLOBALIST DEVELOPMENT CONCEPT: TOPICALITY FACTORS AND CONDITIONS NEEDED FOR INTRODUCTION
The article analyzes the key bottlenecks and problems of globalization as a social progress concept along with the accompanying social and economic problems provoked by liberalization. The potential of sufficiency economy is analyzed as an alternative to the globalist approach. Potential prospects of sufficient economy principles’ implementation are assessed. These principles have been suggested by His Majesty King of Thailand Bhumipol Adulyadej as the key values and strategic guidelines for nation’s development. The related conditions and requirements for their implementation in the economic policies of todays’ governments worldwide are discussed.
International College Suan Sunandha
Rajabhat University, Bangkok, Thailand