1. Introduction: The Globalization of Geographical Indications: The Challenge for Asia
Part I. The Theoretical Implications of Products of Origins
2. Geographical Indications and International Trade
3. Are Food Markets Special Markets?
4. Standardization vs Products of Origins: What Kinds of Agricultural Products Have the Potential to Become a Protected Geographical Indication?
5. The Multidimensional Definition of Quality
6. Products with Denominations of Origin and Intellectual Property Rights — the International Bargaining Process
7. The Concept of
Part II. Asian Challenges
8. From Products of Origin to Geographical Indications in Japan: Perspectives on the Construction of Quality for the Emblematic Productions of Kobe and Matsusaka Beef
Louis Augustin-Jean, Kae Sekine
9. The Development of Geographical Standards for
10. An Export Niche in the Philippines: The Commodification of a Speciality Rice in Ifugao Province
Suyako Sekimoto, Louis Augustin-Jean
11. Geographical Indication and Institutional Organization of Food Market in China: A Case Study of Jinhua Ham
Selina Ching Chan