The Industrial Green Game: Implications For Environmental Design And Management: Case Study

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Register to read the introduction… Adding further, he asked the question that what is the proper compensation for the distribution of intellectual property? (Woodward et al., 1993) expanded from Mason’s PAPA framework and brought on the idea of low-risk property misuse and high-risk property misuse. Jenny selling the formula to a rival business competitor might cause patent infringement issues, further adding controversy to the owner of that intellectual property. If Bonson & Bonson’s are recognized as the owner of the secret formula, what are the adequate compensation for IRCL and the research and development department? Their effort and contribution will go unnoticed, stripping them of their recognition and years of hard work, due to a highly unethical decision made by …show more content…
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