When measuring the success of a country, many look to measure its GDP. What economics don't reveal, though, is where the country stands on a happiness scale.
Former Prime Minister of Thailand Anand Panyarachun talked to the BBC about a perceptible sea change to move beyond developing just economic success.
The next generation of leaders, he says, will focus on a happiness index to measure quality of life rather than products produced.
"People care much more than material comforts because they are tired of it."