We consider all wine topics related to economics, statistics, and business including submissions that overlap with adjacent fields such as psychology, neuroscience, history, linguistics, viticulture, or enology.
Eligibility and Submission: The objective of the scholarships is to foster high quality research in wine economics. The awards are aimed at economists in their early carrier stages including, but not limited to, graduate students and assistant professors. There is no age limit.
Submit a 2500-word outline and your CV by December 10, 2017, to
Funded Projects will be selected by December 31, 2017. Selected projects must be completed by May 10, 2018, and be presented at the Annual AAWE Conference in Ithaca (June 10-14, 2018). Submission to the Journal of Wine Economics is encouraged.
Marica Valente and Stefan Seifert (DIW Berlin, Germany)
Who is Harvesting our Grapes? Estimating the Impact of the European Migrant Crisis on Vineyard Productivity in Southern Italy.
Jarrett D. Hart (University of California, Davis, USA)
Scraping the Bottom of the Beer Barrel: Consumer Responses to Brewery Acquisitions.
Mara Virginia Galmarini (INRA, France; CONICET, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina, Buenos Aires) Wine and Cheese: Two Products or one Association? A New Method for Assessing and Communicating on Wine-Cheese Pairings
Carlos Bopp (Universidad de Talca, Chile)
Economic performance of Chilean winegrowers: the impact of production approaches and the adoption of technologies
Eva Fernandez (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain)
Geographical indications in Spain and France: controlling the wine industry, 1900-1980
Adrian Fernandez-Perez (Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand)
Are there Bubbles in Wine? (joint with Bart Frijns and Alireza Tourani-Rad)
Stephanie. N. Guesten (University of Giessen, Germany)
Wine, wit and wisdom – what promotion flyers can tell us about assortment composition, using the example of wine