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Ona'ah is a Hebrew word indicating the Jewish Talmudic law which, according to various interpretations, proscribes both fraud and over-charging. The present essay sharply distinguishes between these two concepts, accepting the former as legitimate but rejecting the latter on grounds of economic inefficiency and property rights violations.

Keywords: Co-Ordination; Economic Growth; Fraud; Pricing

Document Type: Research Article


Publication date: 2002-08-14

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