Business Ethics: A Jewish Perspective

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KTAV Publishing House, Inc., 1997 - Religion - 206 pages
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This book is among the first to integrate the best of modern business thought with traditional Jewish values. It is of interest to business leaders, academics, and students interested in understanding the moral foundations of business. The emphasis is on introducing and interpreting classical Jewish texts in light of the contemporary situation.
 

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Contents

Background
11
Foundations
49
The Substance of Jewish Business Ethics
83
Interpretation
113
Extensions
139
Joseph and the Use of Inside Information
159
Jewish Business Ethics in a Pluralistic Society
177
Bibliography
193
Glossary of Rabbinic Terms
200
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About the author (1997)

MOSES L. PAVA is currently Associate Professor of Accounting and holds the Alvin H. Einbender Chair in Business Ethics at the Sy Syms School of Business, Yeshiva University in New York.

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