MEASURING UP? BHUTAN’S PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS

BY TENZING LAMSANG IN THIMPHU



BHUTAN is a small Himalayan nation striving to strengthen its financial infrastructure and transparency while pursuing happiness as an economic policy goal for some 710,000 inhabitants living in a parliamentary constitutional monarchy.

For a perspective on progress, Accountancy Futures talked to Jigmi Rinzin, a hugely influential Bhutanese and Asia accountancy voice as: a member of the Bhutanese parliament serving on several economic committees including the Public Accounts Committee (PAC); former ...


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