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Cristiane Toniolo Dias
Wanderson de Vasconcelos Rodrigues da Silva
Suzana Leitão Russo


This paper considers the importance of current certifications of origin of products seeking to examine the relevance of the registration of a geographical indication to local economies in development of regional products. The objective is to conduct an analysis of published scientific papers about the forms of registration and protection granted to geographical indications (IGs). To gather the papers dealing with the subject of Geographical Indications protection record, held a search in the database of the Web of Science, by removing the items that detail on products protected, twenty-one theme related papers were analyzed.

You can see differences between the registration forms between the European Union and the United States, another fact highlighted is that most of the products protected by geographical indications are. Many countries are interested in publishing research in this area, those with greater numbers of publication, are also countries with numerous records of geographical indications.



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Dias, C. T., de Vasconcelos Rodrigues da Silva, W., & Leitão Russo, S. (2018). BIBLIOMETRIC ANALYSIS ON PROTECTION OF GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATIONS. International Journal for Innovation Education and Research, 6(4), 176–192.
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Cristiane Toniolo Dias, Federal University of Sergipe, Brazil

Program of Postgraduate in Intellectual Property Science

Wanderson de Vasconcelos Rodrigues da Silva, Federal Institute of Piaui, Brazil

Program of Postgraduate in Intellectual Property

Suzana Leitão Russo, Federal University of Sergipe, Brazil

Program of Postgraduate in Intellectual Property


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