2 edition of Gaining competitive advantage through the protection of geographical indications found in the catalog.
Gaining competitive advantage through the protection of geographical indications
Study done for the National Intellectual Property Office, Sri Lanka.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 43-44).
|Statement||Ravindra A. Yatawara, Amrit Rajapakse.|
|Series||Research studies: international economic series -- no. 9|
|Contributions||Rajapakse, Amrit., Institute of Policy Studies (Colombo, Sri Lanka), National Intellectual Property Office (Sri Lanka)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 57 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||57|
|LC Control Number||2009310854|
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E Book. Publication. The IPS Publication is available for sale from the IPS premises at No. /20, Independence Avenue, Colombo 07 (Tel: +, +), and Research Studies: International Economic Series No.9 May Gaining Competitive Advantage through the Protection of Geographical Indications: An Analysis of the Tea, Sapphires and Cinnamon Industries of Sri Lanka Ravindra A.
Yatawara Amrit Rajapakse INSTITUTE OF POLICY STUDIES OF SRI The aim of this paper is (a) to provide an overview of the use of geographical indications (GIs) in the Republic of Macedonia and some countries in the world and (b) to emphasize the possibility of increasing the competitiveness of the agri-food products by protection of GIs.
The paper is based on qualitative and quantitative approach. With the qualitative, we present domestic and international 1,Abstract The legal protection of geographical indications in form of the Council-Regulation (EEC) No.
/92 is one mainstay of the “new” European quality :// /_The_Economics_of_Geographical_Indications. Expographic Books delivers books and stationary to your doorstep anywhere within Sri Lanka. buy books online in sri lanka We have bookshops in Battaramulla, Colombo and Kandy We stock a wide range of imported and local books to cater for book lovers professional school students Our range include engineering books, books on management, IT books, self help books, dictionaries, workbooks novels The type of IPR protection used seems to help companies to create and sustain competitive advantage in several ways (Reitzig, a): it can provide a temporary technological lead (incumbency advantages), protect strong brands, help to establish a standard in the market, and to protect key components, thus increasing switching :// and geographical indications, as an instrument not only for developing a strong and distinctive brand image for national products and services but also, through such a process, for creating a strong and distinctive nation brand, in both cases, with a view to gaining a competitive advantage in domestic, regional and world markets.
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Quizlet flashcards, activities and games help you improve your :// of patent protection cannot be accurately defined. If protection is too weak, then the development of technology may be inhibited through insufficient incentives for R&D.
If too much protection is conferred, consumers may not benefit, even in the long run, and patentees may generate profits far in excess of the overall costs of R& ADVERTISEMENTS: In this essay we will discuss about: 1. Introduction to Intellectual Property Rights 2.
Need for Intellectual Property Rights 3. Types 4. Advantages 5. Infringement. Essay on Intellectual Property Rights Essay Contents: Essay on the Introduction to Intellectual Property Rights Essay on the Need for Intellectual Property Rights Essay on the Types of Intellectual [ ] Patents, industrial designs, integrated circuit designs, geographical indications and trademarks have to be registered in order to receive protection.
The registration includes a description of what is being protected — the invention, design, brandname, logo, etc Geographical Indications: An Introduction.
WIPO study providing an introduction to geographical indications, explaining their basic features, use and protection as an intellectual property right. Written for non-experts, it is a starting point for readers seeking to learn more about the topic. (French version available) Translating terroir: the global challenge of French AOC labeling.
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• GIs when registered confers legal protection in India through the Geographical Indications of Goods (Registration & Protection) Act ofprevents unauthorised use of registered GI, promotes the economic prosperity of the producers of goods produced in a geographical territory which in turn boost exports.
Madhusudan Rao.D.V. /29/ In the current negotiations for the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), one area of intellectual property rights that is certain to create disagreement between the EU and U.S. is that of geographical indications, or GIs. GIs are a type of intellectual property protection that works in much of the same way as.
However, competitive advantage rooted in the so-called “geographical indications” has a number of limitations. Geographical protection can be counter-productive in some industries by providing little incentive for local firms to innovate to overcome limitations such as lack of legitimacy and lack of brand name (The Economist, ).
Geographical Indications: An Introduction. This publication provides an introduction to geographical indications, explaining their basic features, use and protection as an intellectual property right.
Written for non-experts, it is a starting point for readers seeking to learn more about the topic. Publication year: ?cat1=57&cat2=1&lang=EN.The EU has placed GIs at the center of its quality policy for food and agriculture products. Through the GI system, the EU intends to provide a tool to support the quality and tradition of registered products and to assure consumers that the products of genuine rather than imitation products seeking to benefit from the reputations of the ://