This volume compares the free enterprise and Jewish law approaches to various economic issues revolving around the values of competition. efficiency, and economic freedom. Synthesizing economic analysis with the talmudic and responsa literature, the text examines modern business practices from the perspective of Jewish ethics and extrapolates Jewish law’s positions on such contemporary public sector issues as the proper scope of government, equity in
the distribution of the tax burden, wage price controls, income redistribution, labor relations and strikes, environmental pollution, public works projects. andcharging interest.
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