Last January, the Workshop “Geographical Indications, Gastronationalism and Fair Food” took place in Utrecht.
The Workshop “Geographical Indications, Gastronationalism and Fair Food” was held in Utrecht on January 12 and 13 in the Descartes Hall on the International Campus Utrecht, with the presence of four partners of the BATModel Consortium: UNIROMA3, with the presence of Cristina Vaquero Pineiro, who presented a papper that is part of a deliverable of Work Package 6.
TUM university, whose respresentants were Jakob Rackl and Luisa Menapace, where a presentation was made on the effect of domestic and international policies concerned with the protection of Geographical Indications (GIs) and their effect on the exporting behaviour of GI and non-GI firms. It fits in the context of BATModel because it is based on a newly developed theoretical model and analyses agri-food policies in an international context, where BATModel was mentioned.
INRAE with the presence of Karine Latouche, the BATModel project manager, although online, presented a paper with Charlotte Emlinger from CEPPI.
This was an important presence for the dynamization and affirmation of the BATModel in Europe and to the sector.
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