Trade Effects of Geographical Indications on Turkish Agricultural Products and Foodstuff

Burçak Müge Vural

Abstract


Environmental concerns together with social and ethical issues raise consumers’ interest in sustainable production and consumption practices. With rising trends of fair trade and high popularity of organic and local production in recent years, the demand for geographical indication registration has also increased by agricultural producers as a way of transmitting further information to raise reputation of their products. This research aims to assess the impact of geographical indications on export performance of Turkish agricultural products and foodstuffs. Findings reveal that geographical indications increase export revenues. Results communicate an important message to policy makers to promote the protection of geographical indications.

Keywords


geographic indications; export performance; extensive-intensive margins; Foodstuffs; Agriculture

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.24925/turjaf.v9i8.1419-1425.4248

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