Business Ethics: A Jewish Perspective
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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