Case Studies in Jewish Business Ethics
Many people think of business as a game of strategy, and argue that whatever works for business success is acceptable, even if it involves cheating, deceptions, and other improprieties. Jewish business law rejects this approach. Using specific case studies, this book analyzes the strategies that are impermissible, discussing deceptive advertising, negative advertising, pressure tactics in sales, insider trading, price matching, worker evaluations, termination policy, and many others. An excellent adult education volume.
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