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Are French geographical indications losing their soul? Anglicizing recent developments in the governance of the link to the origin in France

Marie-Vivien D., Bérard L., Boutonnet J.P., Casabianca F.. 2017. World Development, 98 : p. 25-34.

Geographical indications in France are governed since 1935 by a unique mixed public/private Institute set-up on the failure of the State to define GIs. This mixed body, the National Institute of Appellation of Origin, composed of representatives of public authorities and producers' Organization was weakened due to a moving context in France, Europe, and worldwide. The transfer of activities of control of GIs to private certification organization on the one end and the increased involvement of the EU Commission on the other end questions the future of INAO and affects the attractiveness of GIs and hence rural development. (Résumé d'auteur)

Mots-clés : législation; droit commercial; droit agricole et rural; Étiquetage informatif; produit alimentaire; Évolution; histoire; union européenne; intervention de l'état; surveillance; organisation privée; organisation; gouvernance; provenance; certification; appellation d'origine; produit agricole; pays de l'union européenne; france

Thématique : Législation; Commerce, commercialisation et distribution; Sciences des aliments et technologie alimentaire

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