Jewish Business Ethics

Jewish Employee-Employer Relations

How Jewish law seeks to create a balanced relationship between bosses and workers.

Jews and Stealing

The ways we justify theft cannot free us of its corrupting influence.

Interest-Free Loans in Judaism

Jews have a tradition, based in biblical law, of interest-free lending, primarily--but not exclusively--to other Jews.

Balancing Work & Home in Judaism

Despite recognizing the value of work, Judaism insists that family must come first.

Issues in Jewish Business Ethics

How insider trading and intellectual property theft are viewed.

Jewish Theology of Business Ethics

Themes and Theology of Business Ethics in the Jewish Tradition. Jewish Business Ethics. Jewish Work and Commerce.

Jewish Business Ethics in Practice

Jewish Business Ethics in Practice. Judaism and Business Ethics. Jewish Work and Commerce.

Misrepresentation and Fraud in Jewish Law

Talmudic law and the medieval law codes developed from it protected consumers from many types of deceptive practices.

Fraudulent Pricing in Jewish Law

A seller charging more than fair market value can be forced to rebate the difference, or even to cancel the sale.

Should Jews Sell Guns?

Selling the tools of violence to people prone to violence violates the biblical prohibition of "setting a stumbling block before the blind."