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    1. Personal Information

    Name:             Dr. Ruth Wolf





    Courses Taught


                   Moral and Social Economic Responsibility

                   Morals and Ethics

                   Mediation in Areas of Management

                   Medical Ethics

    Penal Law














    1. Wolf, R., Issa, T., & Thiel, M. (eds.).  (2015). Empowering Organizations through Corporate Social Responsibility. IGI Global, University of Pennsylvania .
    2. Wolf, R., & Issa, T. (eds.).  (2015). International Business Ethics and Growth  Opportunities. IGI Global, University of Pennsylvania.
    3. Wolf, R. (2008). Ethics is good for business, Jerusalem, Mass publication – Textbook.


    Chapters in books:

    1. Wolf, R. (2018) Fighting Against Poverty through Giving and Entrepreneurship. In W. L. Filho (ed.) Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Good Health and Well Being, Springer (accepted).
    2. Wolf, R. & Thiel, M. (2018). Advancing Global Business Ethics in China: Reducing Poverty Through Human and Social Welfare. In Scott A. Hipsher (ed.), Examining the Private Sector's Role in Wealth Creation and Poverty Reduction, IGI Global Publication: Pennsylvania, 67-84.
    3. Wolf, R & Thiel, M. (2017). CSR in China: The Road to New Sustainable Business Models. In J., Dima. (ed.), Comparative Perspectives on Global Corporate Social Responsibility, Advances in Business Strategy and Competitive Advantage Book Series, IGI Publication: Pennsylvania.
    4. Wolf, R. & Thiel, M. (2017) Fighting on behalf of human rights: Advancing responsible management and global business ethics in China. Examining the Private Sector's Role in Wealth Creation and Poverty Reduction, IGI Publication, Pennsylvania.
    5. Wolf, R. (2015). Corporate Social Responsibility – Contribution to All . In: R. Wolf, T. Issa, & M. Thiel (eds.) Empowering Organizations through Corporate Social Responsibility. IGI Global, Pennsylvania .
    6. Wolf, R. (2015).Corporate Social Responsibility in the West (U.S. and West Europe) vs. East (China). In: R. Wolf, & T. Issa (eds.) International Business Ethics and Growth Opportunities. IGI Global, Pennsylvania .
    7. Wolf, R. (2015). Self-Awareness: A Way to Promote Ethical Management. In: R. Wolf, & T. Issa (eds. )(2015) International Business Ethics and Growth Opportunities. IGI Global, Pennsylvania.
    8. Wolf, R. (2012). Comics as a powerful tool of  teaching method for ethical and social learning in school. In: A. Ziv & A. Sover, (eds.) . The importance of not being serious. Jerusalem: Carmel. (Heb)
    9. Wolf, R. (2002). Finding a quasi-phenomenological definition of terror. Delinquency and Social Deviation: Theory and Application, (pp. 351-372). Ramat Gan: Bar-Ilan University Press. (Heb) (with Wolf Y.).
    10. Wolf, R. (2002). Education of morality at a tender age under conditions of complex reality: Theoretical, empirical and practical aspects. In N. Maslovaty & Y. Iram (eds.), Values Education in Various Teaching Contexts (pp. 145-161). Tel-Aviv: Ramot – Tel-Aviv University. (Heb) (with Wolf, Y.)
    11. Wolf, R. (2000). Moral education in school. In S. Raz (Ed.), The Zionist Religious Collection, (pp. 450-458). Jerusalem: Hapoel Hamizrachi. (Heb).


    Articles in refereed journals/periodicals

    1. Wolf, R. & Thiel, M. (2018) Economic Growth in Africa through an Ethical Lens. Africology: The Journal of Pan African Studies, 12(1), 145-164.
    2. Wolf, R. (2018) Fighting Against Poverty through Giving and Entrepreneurship. Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Partnerships for the Goals. UN Publications.
    3. Wolf, R. (2014) The Adoption of Buddhism's Principles as a Means of Improving Physicians' Work With Terminally Ill Patients. Health Law, 33:49-60.
    4. Wolf, R. (2014) Repentance, Prayer and Forgiveness During the High Holy Days as a Source for Man's Strength. Oreshet: A Journal of Jewish Studies, Society and Education V, 131-142.
    5. Wolf, R. (2014). Escaping the "Physical Child Abuse" Patter- Therapeutic Intervention with Victims of Violence in the Family Using the Gestalt Method, Pediatrics & Therapeutics 4(1) 192-195.
    6. Wolf, R. (2013). Ethical Issues in India and their Ramifications on Economic Development. Mustang Journal of Business and Ethics, 109 (6),
    7. Wolf, R. (2013). Management and ethical relations in the work culture in Japan as compared to that of the West. Innovative Journal of Business and Management, 2 (5), 116-122
    8. Wolf, R. (2013). The solution for achieving ethical economics: Strengthening the ethics of accountants. Indian Journal of Management, 6(8), 25-31.
    9. Wolf, R. (2013). Various ethical perspectives when training students for business management. Mustang Journal of Business Ethics, 4, 106-111.
    10. Wolf, R. (2013). Corporate Social Responsibility as a tool to increase    Management, 6(3), 45-49.
    11. Wolf, R. (2013). Comics as Learning Toll of Ethics in Organizations and Companies. Israeli Journal for Humor Research, 4, 46-56.
    12. Wolf, R. (2012). Personal Feedback as a Tool for Good Management. Mustang Journal of Business and Ethics, 3, 113-122.
    13. Wolf, R. (2011). How pediatricians can deal with children who have been sexually abused by family members. ISRN Pediatrics Journal .
    14. Wolf, R. (2011). The Money Environment: Calculations Regarding Ecology and Preservation of the Green Environment. Roeh Haheshbon, , 25, 108-115.
    15. Wolf, R. (2006). The doctor as a key figure in identification, diagnosis and initial assistance to child victims of sexual exploitation among family. Recovery, Ha’Refua,145, 587-591. (HEB)
    16. Wolf, R. (2005), Using Logotherapy in school-based interventions with victims of sexual abuse. The International Forum for Logotherapy, 1-24.     
    17. Wolf, R. (2004). More solutions for the prevention of violence and delinquency among youth – guiding families whose behavior pattern is harmful to children. Ha’Nefesh, 17-18, 114-119. (HEB).
    18. Wolf, R. (2004). Writing a ‘personal prayer’ as a tool for diagnosis and consultation. The Educational Consultant, 218-229. (HEB).
    19. Wolf, R. & Wolf, Y. (2000). Israeli citizens perception of terrorism. Acta Criminologia, 13, 3, pp. 86-91.
    20. Wolf, R. (1998). How school counselors can deal with children who have been sexually abused by family members. Journal of Counselor Education & Supervision, 7, pp. 1-28. (HEB).
    21. Wolf, R. (1996). The intervention plan “instrumental enrichment” – evaluations concerning success in creating a change among adolescents. Dapim, 22, pp. 84-108. (HEB) .


    Additional Articles


    1. Wolf, R. (2016). The Poetry and creations of Shlomit Cohen- Asif as a method to develop compassion among children. In L.Hakak (ed). Hador- The Hebrew Annual of America. (154-163), Los Angeles: University of California. 
    2. Wolf, R. (2013). Comics as a learning tool of ethics  in organizations and companies. Mashabey Enosh, March-April, 62-68. (Heb)
    3. Wolf, R. (2012). Giving and Compassion, Daf Shvu'ee, 901, The Faculty of Jewish Studies, Bar-Ilan University.
    4. Wolf, R. (2010). The Need for Businessmen to Understand the Culture and the ethics of the Nation They Negotiate With, Human Resources, 267-268, 10-13.
    5. Wolf, R. (2010). Love According to the Song of Songs and the Psychological Literature, Ma’aglei Nefesh, 2, 38-40.
    6. Wolf, R. (2009). Moses – A model of leadership, Daf Shvu'ee, The Faculty of Jewish Studies, Bar-Ilan University.
    7. Wolf, R. (2009). Plain Language and Fancy Language in Children’s Literature, Children and Young Adult Literature, 130, 54-60.
    8. Wolf, R. (2009). What Can be Learned from the Confucian Approach to Society, Leadership and Work Culture, Neto +, 222, 100-102.
    9. Wolf, R. (2009). Ethics as a Main Foundation of Internal Auditing Nihul Shakof, Tel Aviv University.
    10. Wolf, R. (2009). Comics as a Teaching Method in School, Kesher Ayin, 193, 34-36.
    11. Wolf, R. (2009). The Connection between Modern Psychology and the Talmud – The Text Regarding Rabbi Joshua – “Fortunate is She Who Gave Birth to Him”, Mima’amakim, 27.
    12. Wolf, R. (2009). An examination of the Leadership of Moses as an Example of Ideal Leadership, Daf Shvu’ee, 828, The Faculty of Jewish Studies, Bar-Ilan University.
    13. Wolf, R. (2009). The Comic Literature – A Way to Deliver Messages and Values in Organizations and Companies, Human Resources, 261-262, 8-11.
    14. Wolf, R. (2009). The Circle of Life and Family Generations in Children’s Literature, Moznaiim, 83(1), 32-35.
    15. Wolf, R. (2007). Abraham and Sarah, Daf Shvu'ee, The Faculty of Jewish Studies, Bar-Ilan University.
    16. Wolf, R. (2006). A spotlight on corporate ethics: "The Trojan Horse" – industrial and business espionage. Mashabei Enosh, 19, 46-50.
    17. Wolf, R. (2006). Guanxi, the gift-giving custom in China as an instrument for deepening business relations. Nihul, 165, 58-60.
    18. Wolf, R. (2006). Ethic legislation – Needed. Neto+, 22, 187, 111-116.
    19. Wolf, R. (2006). Enhancing ethics among accountants: How will accountants overcome obstacles?. Roe'e HaHeshbon, NH, 2(454), 122-125.
    20. Wolf, R. (2005). The key to faith: Personal feedback. Management, 162, 40-45.
    21. Wolf, R. (2004). The ethics of compassion as compared to the ethics of justice. Human Resources, 193, 28-35. (HEB)
    22. Wolf, R. (2004). How to build a code of ethics in factories and holding companies. Human Resources, 198, 26-30. (HEB)
    23. Wolf, R. (2004). Compassion – an emotional direction as part of building a moral outlook. Talleli Orot, 11, 288-298. (HEB)
    24. Wolf, R. (2003). The Song of Songs and human relations. Daf Shvu'ee, The Faculty of Jewish Studies, Bar-Ilan University.
    25. Wolf, R. (2003). Decision-making in a team and learning from mistakes as means of improving organizational effectiveness. Management, 153/4, 34-36. (HEB)
    26. Wolf, R. (2003). On the phenomenon of sexual injury in young children within the family. Derech Efrata, 11, 49-60. (HEB).
    27. Wolf, R. (2002). Education for moral behavior at a young age: Developmental problems and ways of coping. Talleli Orot, 10, 410-435. (HEB).
    28. Wolf, R. (1999). Violence and aggression among children and youth, ways of coping with the phenomenon through literature. Studies in Children's Literature, 10, 121-138. (HEB).
    29. Wolf, R. (1997). Moral education through literary work. Derech Efrata, 60-74. (HEB).
    30. Wolf, R. (1996). The advantage of prayer – strengthening of the person and consideration of prayer's psychological effect on the individual. Derech Efrata, 189-206. (HEB).
    31. Wolf, R. (1992). Teachers – educators as 'agents of culture'. Skira Chodshit, 4-5, 93-98. (HEB).



    תאריך עדכון אחרון : 06/02/2023