European Wine Economists Meeting Update

The European Association of Wine Economists is meeting this June and they’ve asked me to post details about the sessions, which sound very interesting and worthwhile.

You can find current information about the meetings by clicking on this link. Here is the program for the conference, which I copied from the website. Take a look at what’s on offer this year.

Wednesday June 4, 2014

14:00 Registration
14:30 – 15:00 OPENING
15:00 – 16:30
Keynote 1: Antoine BAILLY - Univ. de Génève, CH
“Wine and Divine: from Bacchanals to Prohibitionism”
Keynote 2: Jon H. HANF – Universität Geisenheim, DE
“Pay what you want – A New Pricing Strategy for Wine Tastings? “ ( joint paper with Oliver GIERING )
16:30 – 17:00 Coffee break with signing of the book “Wine Economics” by the editors
17:00 – 18:30
Keynote 3: Johan SWINNEN – LICOS, KU Leuven, BE
“The Rise and Fall of the World’s Largest Wine Exporter and its Institutional Legacy” 
(joint paper with Giulia MELONI)
Keynote 4: Ricardo SELLERS-RUBIO, Univ. Alicante, SP
“The Economic Efficiency of Wineries of Protected Designations of Origin” (joint paper with Francisco MAS-RUIZ)
18:30 – 19:00 Signing of the book “Wine Economics” by the editors, welcome drink
20:00
Thursday June 5, 2014
8:15 Inscription and coffee
SESSION 1

8:30 – 10:30 WINE as INVESTMENT and INVESTMENT in WINE
chaired by

Foreign Direct Investment in the Wine and Spirits Sector 
J. François OUTREVILLE 
HEC Montréal, CA
A Barrel of Oil or a Bottle of Wine: How do Global Growth Dynamics Affect Commodity Prices? 
Serhan CEVIK , Tahsin SAADI-SEDIK
International Monetary Fund, US
History and Rational Market Values of French Vineyards,
Optimal Financing of the Vineyard in the Major Countries of the Euro Zone. (EN)

Historique des valeurs de marché et raisonnée du vignoble français. Financement optimal du vignoble dans les principaux pays viticoles de la zone euro. (FR)
Alain DALLOT 
Consulting actuary graduate in viticulture-oenology, FR
Long-run Relationships between Prices of Fine Wines and Stock Market Indices 
Jan BENTZEN , Valdemar SMITH
Aarhus Univ., DK
Wine and Gold as Alternative Investments: Which one is the Best? 
Beysül AYTAC , Thi Hong Van HOANG, Cyrille MANDOU
Groupe Sup de Co Montpellier Business School, FR
Wine Funds – An Alternative Turning Sour? 
Philippe MASSET , Jean-Philippe WEISSKOPF
Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne, CH
Wine – Investment: A Profitable Alternative Investment or a Simple Long Term Pleasure? 
Marie-Claude PICHERY , Catherine PIVOT
LEDI Univ. de Bourgogne & Centre Magellan, Univ. Jean Moulin – Lyon 3, FR

10:30 – 11:00Break “Mâchon” (typical morning snack in Lyon)

SESSION 2a

11:00 – 13:00

PROSPECTIVES & STRATEGIES
chaired by

Prospect (Perspective) of a Strategic Option of Developing and Boosting the Algerian Vineyard 
Nasser SARAOUI 
Institut technique de l’arboriculture fruitière et de la vigne, DZ
Trade Liberalization in the Presence of Domestic Regulations:
Likely Impacts of the TTIP on Wine Markets
 

Bradley RICKARD , Olivier GERGAUD, Wenjing HU
Cornell Univ., US & KEDGE- Bordeaux Business School, FR
Towards Sustainability in the Wine Industry through Engineering and Management Tools 
Stella Maris UDAQUIOLA , Rosa RODRIGUEZ, Susana ACOSTA, María CASTRO, María Verónica BENAVENTE, Marcelo ECHEGARAY, Ricardo SIERRA
Instituto de Ingeniería Química – Universidad nacional de San Juan, AR
Wine as a Cultural Good: Stakes of a Recognition 
Véronique CHOSSAT , Cyril NOBLOT
Univ. de Reims, FR
How to Improve Wine Quality? The Challenge facing South African Cooperatives 
Joachim EWERT , Jon H. HANF , Erik SCHWEICKERT
Univ. Stellenbosch, ZA & Univ. Geisenheim, DE
Price or Quality Competition? Old World, New World and Rising Stars in Wine Export 
Diego LUBIAN, Angelo ZAGO 
Università degli Studi di Verona, IT
Winners and Losers in the Global Wine Industry 
Geoffrey LEWIS , Tatiana ZALAN, Matthew SCHEBELLA
Melbourne Business School, Torrens Univ. & Univ. South Australia, AU
SESSION 2b

11:00 – 13:00

 

GASTRONOMY, TESTING and HEALTH 
chaired by

Restaurants and BYOB: What Do Consumers Expect and Who Are They? 
Nelson A. BARBER , D. Christopher TAYLOR
Univ. New Hampshire & Univ. Houston, US
The Profiles of Worldwide Gastronomy 
Quentin BONNARD , Christian BARRÈRE, Véronique CHOSSAT
Univ. de Reims, FR
Analysis of Consumers’ Sensory Preferences of Nanche (byrsonima crassifolia) Liquor in the South of the State of Mexico. 
Erandi TENA, Javier J. RAMÍREZ, Jessica AVITIA , Tirzo CASTAÑEDA
Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México, MX
Evaluation of the Influence of the Interaction tannin-anthocyanin over the tannin-protein Binding and its Effect on the Perception of Astringency in Red Wines 
Marcela MEDEL , Alvaro PEÑA, Elias OBREQUE, Lopez REMIGIO-LOPEZ
Facultad de Ciencias Agronomicas & Faculta de Medicina, Univ. Chile, CL
Gastronomic Supply and Touristic Clientele 
Christian BARRÈRE , Quentin BONNARD, Elsa GATELIER
Univ. de Reims, FR
Is a Sequential, Profiling Approach useful for Predicting Match Perceptions in Food and Wine? 
Robert HARRINGTON, Lobat SIAHMAKOUN, Nelson A. BARBER 
Univ. Arkansas & Univ. New Hampshire, US

13:00 – 14:00Frugal Lunch

SESSION 3a

14:00 – 16:00

WINE PRODUCTION and MARKETS in the WINE VALUE CHAIN
chaired by

Comparison of Selected Determinants of Chosen European Wine Markets 
Helena CHLÁDKOVÁ, Sylvie FORMÁNKOVÁ , Pavel TOMŠÍK
Mendel Univ. in Brno, CZ
Tournament Mechanism in the Wine-Grape Contracts:
Evidence from a French Wine Cooperative 

M’hand FARES, Luis OROZCO 
INRA Toulouse, UMR AGIR: Univ. de Toulouse, LEREPS, FR
Unperceived Costs: A Dilemma for French Wine-Growers 
Joëlle BROUARD, Benoît LECAT 
School of Wine and Spirits Business & ESC Dijon/Burgundy School of Business, FR
Adaptation to Climate Change in the French Vineyards:
An Innovation System Approach (EN)
Etudier l’adaptation aux changements climatiques des vignobles français:
une analyse par les Systèmes d’Innovation 
(FR)
James BOYER, Jean-Marc TOUZARD 
INRA, UMR Innovation Montpellier, FR
Characterization of Chilean Bottled Wine Market 
Miguel A. FIERRO , Rodrigo ROMO
Universidad del Bío-Bío, CL
Producer Single Commodity Transfer: A Comparison of Policy Intervention Between Wine and Other European Agriculture Products 
Davide GAETA , Paola CORSINOVI
Department of Business Administration, Univ. Verona, IT

 

SESSION 3b

14:15 – 16:00

WINE EDUCATION and WINE PREFERENCES
Chaired by

Are Today’s Consumers Ready to Buy the Wines of Tomorrow? (EN)
Les consommateurs d’aujourd’hui sont-ils prêts à accepter les vins de demain ? (FR) 

Alejandro FUENTES, Eric GIRAUD-HERAUD , Stéphanie PERES,
Alexand re PONS, Sophie TEMPERE, Philippe DARRIET
INRA et GREThA, Bordeaux Sciences Agro & ISVV, Univ. de Bordeaux, FR
The Impact of General Public Wine Education Courses on Consumer Perception 
Richard SAGALA , Paolo LOPES
École In Vino Veritas, Montreal, CA & Kedge Business School, Bordeaux, FR
Contributions of Experimentation in the Study of Reception in Communication Science: The Case of Wine Labels (EN)
Apports de l’expérimentation dans l’étude de la réception en SIC :
le cas des étiquettes de vin (FR)

Mihaela BONESCU , Diana BRATU, Emilie GINON, Angela SUTAN
ESC Dijon Bourgogne, FR
Controlling for Price Endogeneity: A Case Study on Chinese Wine Preferences 
David PALMA , Juan de Dios ORTÚZAR, Gerard CASAUBON, Huiqin MA
Pontificia Univ. Católica de Chile, CL & China Agricultural Univ., CN
Young Urban Adults’ Preference for Wine Information Sources:
An Exploratory Study for Republic of Macedonia
 

Hristo HRISTOV , Aleš KUHAR
Biotechnical Faculty Ljubljana, SI
“In Vino Veritas”—But what, In Truth, Is in the Bottle?
Experience Goods, Fine Wine Ratings, and Wine Knowledge 

Denton MARKS 
Univ. Wisconsin-Whitewater, US
The Need for Information of the Wine Consumer after the Purchase of the Wine (EN) 
Le besoin d’information post achat du consommateur de vin (FR)

Frédéric COURET 
Bordeaux Sciences Agro Univ. de Bordeaux, FR

16:00 – 16:30Coffee break16:30 – 17:30General Assembly VDQS20:00

Friday 6 June, 2014
SESSION 4a

8:30 – 10:30 WINE TOURISM, WINE CONSUMPTION and the HISTORY of WINE
Chaired by

The Douro Region: Wine and Tourism 
João REBELO , Alexandre GUEDES, José CALDAS
Univ. Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro & Turismo do Porto e Norte de Portugal, PT
Traditional Wine Taverns and their Hard Landing in the 21st Century:
The Case of the Viennese Heurigen 

Cornelia CASEAU , Albert STÖCKL and Joëlle BROUARD
Groupe ESC Dijon Bourgogne, FR & Fachhochschule Burgenland, AT
Consumers’ Intentions to Purchase Greek Bottled Wine
Athina DILMPERI , Martin HINGLEY
Lincoln Business School, UK
‘Dry Enough to Wash your Hands in': The English Taste for Champagne, 1860-1914 
Graham HARDING 
Univ. Cambridge, UK
Liastos Oinos Siatistis: Where the Enthusiastic Present Meets the Glorious Past
Georgios MERKOUROPOULOS , E BATIANIS
Center for Research & Technology – HELLAS, Regional Admin. of Western Macedonia, GR
Seatbelt Use Following Stricter Drunk Driving Regulations 
Scott ADAMS, Chad COTTI , Nathan TEFFT
Univ. Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Connecitcut, & Washington, US
Interest of Italian Consumers for a Sustainable Wine 
Chiara CORBO, Martina MACCONI , Giovanni SOGARI
Univ. Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, IT

 

SESSION 4b

8:30 – 10:30

WINE MARKETING, Selected Aspects
Chaired by

Retail Channel Selection on Wine by Households in Argentina 
Gustavo ROSSINI , Rodrigo GARCÍA ARANCIBIA, Edith DEPETRIS
Universidad Nacional del Litoral, AR
Vinsseaux Traditionel: The Branding of Canadian Sparkling Wine 
Doris MICULAN BRADLEY , Donna LEE ROSEN
George Brown College, CA
The Consumer Trail: Applying best-worst Scaling to Classical Wine Attributes 
Fernando NUNES , Teresa MADUREIRA, José Vidal OLIVEIRA
Instituto Politécnico de Viana do Castelo & Instituto Politécnico de Lisboa, PT
Presentations of Packaging Quality Wines:
Semiotic Analysis of Bottles of the Top 100 Wines from “Wine Spectator”,2008 – 2012 (EN).

Les présentations packaging des vins de qualité: Analyse sémiotique des bouteilles du top 100 du “Wine Spectator” de 2008 à 2012 (FR)

François BOBRIE 
Maison des Sciences de l’Homme et de la Société-Poitiers; Laboratoire CEREGE, FR
Difference of Representation and Choice of Burgundy Red Wines from the Upstream vs Downstream Actors of the Wine Sector 
Monia SAIDI , Georges GIRAUD
UMR CESAER INRA – AgroSup Dijon, FR
Wine Distribution Channel Systems in Mature and Newly Growing Markets:
Germany versus China
 

Tatiana BOUZDINE-CHAMEEVA, Wenxiao ZHANG , Jon H. HANF
KEDGE Business School, FR & Geisenheim Univ., DE
Attitudes Towards M-Wine Purchasing. A Cross-Country Study 
Jean-Eric PELET, Benoît LECAT , Jashim KHAN, Linda W. LEE, Debbie VIGAR-ELLIS, Marianne MC GARRY WOLF, Sharyn RUNDLE-THIELE, Niki KAVOURA, Vicky KATSONI
Univ. Nantes, ESC Dijon, FR; Auckland, NZ; KTH Royal Institute of Technology, SE; Univ. KwaZulu-Natal, ZA; California Polytechnic State Univ., US; Griffith Univ., AU; Technological Educational Institute of Athens, GR

10:30 – 11:00Break “Mâchon” (typical morning snack in Lyon)

SESSION 5a

11:00 – 13:00

BUILDING PERFORMANCE and EFFICIENCY
Chaired by

The Market Structure-Performance Relationship Applied to the Canadian Wine Industry 
J. François OUTREVILLE 
HEC Montréal, CA
Wineries’ Performance, Response to a Crisis Period 
Juan Sebastian CASTILLO-VALERO , Katrin SIMON-ELORZ, Ma Carmen GARCIA-CORTIJO
Universidad de Castilla la Mancha & Universidad Pública de Navarra, ES
Quality Improvements and International Positioning of Chilean and Argentine Wines 
Fulvia FARINELLI 
UNCTAD, CH
Winegrower or Winemaker? Influence on Business Efficiency in Burgundy 
Georges GIRAUD 
AgroSup Dijon, FR
Institutional Drives of the Success of the New Wine World. Factors Influencing Technical Efficiency of Wine Production and its Relation with Wine Exports Growth 
József TÓTH , Péter GÁL
Univ. Budapest, HU
Creating Jobs from New Investment in the Wine Sector 
Martin PROKEŠ , Pavel TOMŠÍK
Mendel Univ. Brno, CZ
Terroir and Sustainability: The Role of Terroir in Sustainable Wine Standards 
Shana SABBADO FLORES 
Instituto Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, BR

 

SESSION 5b

11:00 – 13:00

WINE CONSUMPTION, Selected Aspects
Chaired by

The Importance of Wine Region and Consumer’s Involvement Level in the Decision Making Process 
Teresa MADUREIRA , Fernando NUNES
Instituto Politécnico de Viana do Castelo, ES
We Should Drink no Wine before its Time 
Leo SIMON , Jeffrey LAFRANCE, Rachael GOODHUE
Univ. California at Berkeley, US; Monash Univ., Victoria, AU & Univ.C. Davis, US
An Analysis of Alcohol Demands in Japan 
Makiko OMURA 
Meiji Gakuin Univ. Tokyo, JP
The Effect of Wine Culture on the Relationship between Price, Consumption and Alcohol-Related Problems 
Damiana RIGAMONTI , Frédéric LAURIN
Aarhus Univ., DK & Univ. Quebec, CA
Segmenting Greek Wine Consumers Using the Best-Worst Scaling Approach: New Results and Comparison across 11 Countries 
Dimitrios ASTERIOU , Costas SIRIOPOULOS
Hellenic Open Univ. & ; Univ. Patras, GR
Wine and Women: A Focus on Feminine Consumption of Wine 
Stefania CHIRONI , Marzia INGRASSIA
Univ. Palermo, Department of Agricultural and Forestry Science, IT
A Comparative Study of Demand for Local and Foreign Wines in Bulgaria 
Petyo BOSHNAKOV , Georgi MARINOV
Univ. Economics Varna, BG

13:00Awards of VDQS13:30 – 14:30Cocktail with snacks14:30

 Saturday June 7, 2014 – Tourism around Lyons

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5 responses

  1. Hi, Mike. Thank for this.

    What would you say is the best comparable high level conference in North America?

    Roger

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