Business Ethics Practices in Israel: Jewish Ethical Traditions and Management Behaviour
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Meanwhile, the high-tech boom that began in the 1990s has not only survived the intifada [i.e., Palestinian uprising] but gone from strength to strength, fuelling impressive economic growth. Tourism is rebounding and property prices have shot up. The massive influx of immigrants from the former Soviet Union is melting slowly but smoothly into Israeli society. Even some of the social conflicts of the early years — between religious and secular, and between eastern and European Jews — seem to be settling down.
KeywordsBusiness Ethic Sexual Harassment Competitive Intelligence Business Ethic Practice Israel Central Bureau
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- 1.See: Senor, D. and Singer, S. (2009), Start-Up Nation: The Story of Israel’s Economic Miracle, New York: Twelve.Google Scholar