Dr. Meir Tamari
Dr. Meir Tamari, former chief economist in the office of the Governor of the Bank of Israel, is director of the Center for Business Ethics at the Jerusalem College of Technology. His books include <i>Al Chet: Sins in the Marketplace</i> (Jason Aronson) and <i>Jewish Values in Our Open Society: A Weekly Torah Commentary</i> (Jason Aronson).
Articles by Dr. Meir Tamari
Copyright Protection in Jewish Law
In recent centuries, Jewish law has developed tools for regulating the rights to intellectual property.
Theft in the World of Business
Theft in Jewish Law. Business Ethics and Jewish Law. Jewish Business Ethics. Jewish Work and Commerce.
Misleading Advice in Judaism
Non-disclosure, conflict of interest, easy credit all violate the biblical injunction not to
Insider Trading in Jewish Ethics
Insider trading--using privileged knowledge for profit in the stock market--violates many Jewish principles.
Assisting the Perpetrator of an Evil Deed
One violation of the biblical injunction not to "place a stumbling block in the path of the blind" is aiding and abetting an illegal or unethical transaction.
Judaism on Greed
The notion that humans are merely stewards of wealth, not its owner, can play into the hands of the greedy.