Registered geographical indications: Between intellectual property and rural policy - Part 1

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This article will be published in two parts; Part II will appear in the November 2003 issue of The J.W.I.P.
Many people have assisted me during my research for this article. At the World Intellectual Property Organization (Wipo) in Geneva Matthijs Geuze, Denis Croze, Marcus Hopperger and Antony Taubman kindly made time to answer some of my questions. At the World Trade Organization (Wto) Adrian Otten, at the Max‐Planck Institute in Munich Roland Knaak, at Canberra Toni Harmer of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, and Tony Battaglene of the Australian Winemakers Federation, and at the European Union (EU) Directorate General for Trade in Brussels Antonio Berenguer did the same. Both Bond University Law School and the Law Program of the Research School of Social Sciences at the Australian National University (Anu) provided resources. My thanks are also due to Robert Burrell of the Australian Centre for Intellectual Property in Agriculture at the Anu, Faculty of Law, for his helpful comments on an earlier draft of this article. This article represents the author's views, and not those of any other person or institution mentioned here.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)699-719
Number of pages21
JournalJournal of World Intellectual Property
Issue number5
Publication statusPublished - 2003


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