Economic utopia of the Torah. Economic concepts of the Hebrew Bible interpreted according to the Rabbinical Literature

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Esa Mangeloja;
  • Subject: Hebrew Bible, History of Economics, History of Economic Thought, Ancient Israel, Judaism
    • jel: jel:B11

Hebrew Bible offers alternative Economic utopia for building Theocratic society. In this paper, various economic concepts and themes are presented, as found in the Hebrew Bible. These economic concepts include taxation, property rights, labor market, social policy, bank... View more
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