Photography: © Provincia di Padova⎢Palazzo Bo, Teatro Anatomico & Prato © F. e M. Danesin⎢Colli Euganei © F. Colombara
The Registration Fee covers a reception, 3 lunches, 2 dinners (incl. wine), a tour through the Prosecco region incl. tastings and the usual Conference Materials. All presenters and authors are required to be AAWE members; spouses are exempt from the membership requirement. Early Bird Registration ended on April 17, 2017.
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Non-Members: If you want to become a member AND attend the conference, please register here for a membership of your choice and than come back to the conference registration page.
For July 2, we will offer a tour to Venice (by bus from Padova to Venice Main Station; then further by boat). The boat tour will include a visit of Piazza San Marco as well as tastings and tours of wineries on various islands in the Venetian Lagoon. The Venice tour is not included in the regular registration fee and requires an additional $100. Departure from Padova 8.30am, return approx. 8pm.
Limited to Registered Conference Participants and one Registered Spouse
Students who are AAWE members and can provide a valid Student ID are eligible for a $100 discount and pay $450. In order to receive the discounted student rate, please join AAWE and send a scan of your valid student ID to firstname.lastname@example.org BEFORE you register. We will then provide you with a link and a password to register on a secure non-public site.
Cancelations received by May 1, 2017 are eligible to receive a full refund minus a $40 service fee. Cancelations received between May 2 and June 1 are eligible for a 60% refund minus a $40 service fee. Cancelations received after June 2 are not refundable.
Cancelations will only be accepted via email to:
Wine producers ranging from small wineries, cooperatives to large companies are facing new organizational challenges to ensure economic success and growth. These challenges relate to globalization, consolidation, maturing markets, climate change, innovation and the reorganization of geographical indications. In order to respond, wine sector organizations need to be innovative and adapt viticultural and enological practices, production systems, management systems, strategic views, marketing, and distribution channels. Our workshop will highlight the specific conditions for and characteristics of cooperatives as well as the effects of vertical and horizontal integration and concentration for the wine industry in general. It will feature presentations including a discussant and a subsequent in depth Q & A. We envision publication of most papers in either the Journal of Wine Economics or the Journal of Wine Economics: Selected Proceedings.
For more information regarding the scientific and social program, refer to the workshop website at aawe2017bolzano.events.unibz.it
We are still working on the details of the social program in and around Bolzano, the capital of South Tyrol located at the heart of the Dolomites. Conference venue will be the newly opened University Club F6 Facility on the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano Campus, overlooking the city and with stunning views of the Dolomites.
Please feel free to contact the local organizer of the workshop, Prof. Guenter Schamel (email@example.com), if you are interested in the theme of the workshop but did not submit a paper, as we can register a limited number of additional participants. Those that plan to attend the AAWE conference afterwards will be able to take a 3-hour train-ride to Padua on June 28.