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Published online by Cambridge University Press:  22 June 2017

Irene Calboli
Affiliation:
Singapore Management University
Wee Loon Ng-Loy
Affiliation:
National University of Singapore
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2017

Contents

  1. List of Contributors

  2. Editors’ Preface

  3. Part IFraming the Debate: The Still-Contested Role of Geographical Indications in the Global Economy

    1. 1Geographical Indications between Trade, Development, Culture, and Marketing: Framing a Fair(er) System of Protection in the Global Economy?

      Irene Calboli

    2. 2From Geography to History: Geographical Indications and the Reputational Link

      Dev S. Gangjee

    3. 3The Limited Promise of Geographical Indications for Farmers in Developing Countries

      Justin Hughes

    4. 4Rethinking the Work of Geographical Indications in Asia: Addressing Hidden Geographies of Gendered Labor

      Rosemary J. Coombe and S. Ali Malik

    5. 5A Look at the Geneva Act of the Lisbon Agreement: A Missed Opportunity?

      Daniel Gervais

  4. Part IIGeographical Indications at the Crossroads of International and National Trade

    1. 6Geographical Indications and Mega-Regional Trade Agreements and Negotiations

      Susy Frankel

    2. 7Geographical Indications as Property: European Union Association Agreements and Investor–State Provisions

      Anselm Kamperman Sanders

    3. 8How Would Geographical Indications from Asia Fare in Europe?

      Christopher Heath

    4. 9Looking Beyond the Known Story: How the Prehistory of Protection of Geographical Indications in the Americas Provides an Alternate Approach

      Christine Haight Farley

    5. 10European Union-Singapore Free Trade Agreement: A New Chapter for Geographical Indications in Singapore

      Susanna H.S. Leong

  5. Part IIIThe Promise and Problems of Geographical Indications for Local and Rural Development

    1. 11Sunshine in a Bottle? Geographical Indications, the Australian Wine Industry, and the Promise of Rural Development

      Peter Drahos

    2. 12Legal Protection of Geographical Indications as a Means to Foster Social and Economic Development in Malaysia

      Tay Pek San

    3. 13The Use of Geographical Indications in Vietnam: A Promising Tool for Socioeconomic Development?

      Barbara Pick, Delphine Marie-Vivien, and Dong Bui Kim

    4. 14‘Vanity GIs’: India’s Legislation on Geographical Indications and the Missing Regulatory Framework

      Yogesh Pai and Tania Singla

    5. 15Protection of Geographical Indications in Taiwan: Turning a Legal Conundrum into a Policy Tool for Development

      Szu-Yuan Wang

    6. 16A Unique Type of Cocktail: Protection of Geographical Indications in China

      Haiyan Zheng

    7. 17The Potentials, and Current Challenges, of Protecting Geographical Indications in Sri Lanka

      Naazima Kamardeen

  6. Part IVThe SHIFTING Relationship Between Geographical Indications, Traditional Knowledge, and Cultural Heritage

    1. 18The Geographical Indication Act 2013: Protection of Traditional Knowledge in Bangladesh with Special Reference to Jamdani

      Mahua Zahur

    2. 19From Chianti to Kimchi: Geographical Indications, Intangible Cultural Heritage, and Their Unsettled Relationship with Cultural Diversity

      Tomer Broude

    3. 20Geographical Indications, Heritage, and Decentralization Policies: The Case of Indonesia

      Christoph Antons

    4. 21When Geographical Indications Meet Intangible Cultural Heritage: The New Japanese Act on Geographical Indications

      Steven Van Uytsel

  7. Index

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  • Contents
  • Edited by Irene Calboli, Singapore Management University, Wee Loon Ng-Loy, National University of Singapore
  • Book: Geographical Indications at the Crossroads of Trade, Development, and Culture
  • Online publication: 22 June 2017
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  • Edited by Irene Calboli, Singapore Management University, Wee Loon Ng-Loy, National University of Singapore
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  • Online publication: 22 June 2017
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  • Contents
  • Edited by Irene Calboli, Singapore Management University, Wee Loon Ng-Loy, National University of Singapore
  • Book: Geographical Indications at the Crossroads of Trade, Development, and Culture
  • Online publication: 22 June 2017
Available formats
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