How insider trading and intellectual property theft are viewed.
Themes and Theology of Business Ethics in the Jewish Tradition. Jewish Business Ethics. Jewish Work and Commerce.
Jewish Business Ethics in Practice. Judaism and Business Ethics. Jewish Work and Commerce.
Talmudic law and the medieval law codes developed from it protected consumers from many types of deceptive practices.
A seller charging more than fair market value can be forced to rebate the difference, or even to cancel the sale.
Jewish law provides for government intervention in the markets for goods and services through price controls, limits on profits, and perhaps even allowing cartels to operate.
Theft in Jewish Law. Business Ethics and Jewish Law. Jewish Business Ethics. Jewish Work and Commerce.
Non-disclosure, conflict of interest, easy credit all violate the biblical injunction not to
Insider trading--using privileged knowledge for profit in the stock market--violates many Jewish principles.
In traditional Judaism, work is regarded as necessary — and better than idleness — but is not an intrinsic good.