Buddhist Thai Temples' Financial Management: The Congruence of Good Governance Principles [Monetary Management Directions Religious property during the transition]

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Phra Sutheevirabundith (Show Tassaneeyo)
Phramaha Sunan Sunundo
Phramahakissada Kittisophano
Ratthapol Yenjaima
Phongphat Chittanuruk
Prasert Thilao

Abstract

Issues of money, measure, money, religion. "Change the money, chase the Buddha, feel the world, cross the path of the Dharma" (Thai Rath: 15 June 2018) becomes a dispute between the state and religion. Became a matter of debate and the conclusion could not be shared Until it became a nationwide problem for money management, money, religion and non-transparent administration Verification questions arise. "Penetration of the deposit of 300 billion baht." The abbot of the accounting-systematic management - good governance "" (Krisda Suphawattanakul TCU 13 Aug 2014) about transparency, good governance and Unverifiable money Therefore, in writing in this article, will bring the work of Asst. Prof. Dr. Nada Jansom, who conducted research on "Temple financial management in Thailand: consistency with good governance" (2014/2014), together with the research results to be widely published. In order to be in line with the monetary issues that were brought into issue during this time (May, April 2018) .This research has sought knowledge and information about the guidelines for money management. Practice guidelines for money management of religious temples To come out as appropriate measures and solutions As shown in the research in order to solve the problems of the property of temples and religions in the desired direction, so that the overall drive towards asset management of temples and Buddhism in the future is assets that are beneficial to As a whole and truly Buddhism

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(Show Tassaneeyo) พ., Sunundo พ., Kittisophano พ., Yenjaima ร., Chittanuruk พ., & Thilao ป. (2018). Buddhist Thai Temples’ Financial Management: The Congruence of Good Governance Principles [Monetary Management Directions Religious property during the transition] . Journal of MCU Social Science Review, 7(2-2), 505–518. Retrieved from https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jssr/article/view/245755
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