Moses L. Pava


Follow the Ethical Guidlines

By Moses L. Pava

Follow the Ethical Guidlines
In the case of Jewish nonprofits, the owner of the organization is the Jewish community, as a whole, or at least that portion of the community that the organization aspires to serve.Read More


Kosher ‘Ethical Guidelines’ Sidestepped Ethics

By Moses L. Pava

Over the past four years, the reputation of the kosher food industry — and indeed of Orthodoxy itself — has been badly tarnished by revelations about mistreatment of workers and animals and violations of law at the Agriprocessors kosher meat plant in Postville, Iowa. The Agriprocessors scandal demanded a decisive communal effort to reassert the ethical core of the Jewish tradition and redeem Orthodoxy’s good name.Read More


We Are All Madoff’s Enablers

By Moses L. Pava

I got to know Bernie Madoff through his service to Yeshiva University’s Sy Syms School of Business. Until news of the scandal broke, he served as chairman of our board. I, and other faculty members, worked closely with him on an academic committee, meeting frequently at his now-infamous Midtown office.Read More






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