This paper explores the ancient Hebrew Decalogue, the Ten Commandments, a traditional ethical-religious framework for business conduct, in terms of its contribution to well-being. Some elements of the Decalogue align with what contemporary scholars believe are generally-accepted moral principles expected of businesses. This paper addresses the question of how all the elements of the Decalogue might contribute to the Hebrew concept of Shalom. The purpose of the Decalogue is established in the context of a covenant community of believers. Each of the Ten Commandments is evaluated in terms of its contribution to Shalom.
Cafferky, Michael E.
"The Ethical-Religious Framework for Shalom,"
Journal of Religion and Business Ethics: Vol. 3
, Article 7.
Available at: http://via.library.depaul.edu/jrbe/vol3/iss1/7