AAWE, Economics Dept, New York University, 19 W 4th St, 6Fl., New York NY 10012aawe@wine-economics.org

2017

AAWE Working Paper No. 212 – Economics
Analyzing Barrel Purchasing Decisions on Winery Costs
Eric Sims

AAWE Working Paper No. 211 – Economics
Vertical differentiation, Perceptions Restructuring, and Wine choices: the case of the Gran Selezione in Chianti Wines
Marco Costanigro, Gabriele Scozzafava & Leonardo Casini

AAWE Working Paper No. 210 – Business
Drivers of Environmental Sustainability in Wine Firms: The Role and Effect of Women in Leadership
Jeremy Galbreath

AAWE Working Paper No. 209 – Economics
Wine Production in Québec: A Restatement
J. François Outreville

AAWE Working Paper No. 208 – History and Politics
Standards, Tariffs and Trade: The Rise and Fall of the Raisin Trade Between Greece and France in the Late 19th Century and the Definition of Wine
Giulia Meloni & Johan Swinnen

 

2016

AAWE Working Paper No. 207 – History and Politics
French Wine Makers and the Launching of American Viticulture
Sal Westrich

AAWE Working Paper No. 206 – History and Politics
Bugs, Tariffs and Colonies: The Political Economy of the Wine Trade 1860–1970
Giulia Meloni & Johan Swinnen

AAWE Working Paper No. 205 – Business
Regions, Wine and Women in Leadership: A Test of Environmental Sustainability
Jeremy Galbreath

AAWE Working Paper No. 204 – Economics
Everything You Know About Wine is Wrong

Lee Hannah & Terra Alpaugh

AAWE Working Paper No. 203 – Economics
Does the Market Structure of Grape Varieties Impact Exports Performance? A DEA approach

Eric Le Fur & J. François Outreville

AAWE Working Paper No. 202 – Economics
Macroeconomic determinants of wine prices
Linda Jiao

AAWE Working Paper No. 201 – Business
Working Capital Management and Profitability of Wine Firms in France: An Empirical Analysis

Beysül Aytac, Thi Hong Van Hoang, Amine Lahiani & Laure Michel

AAWE Working Paper No. 200 – Economics
Importance of eco-logo and closure type on consumer expectations, price perception and willingness to purchase wines in Canada

Paulo Lopes, Richard Sagala & Larry Lockshin

AAWE Working Paper No. 199 – Business
Kegged Wine: Current Perceptions and Experiences within the U.S. Wine Industry
Michaela Nuebling, Rhonda Hammond, Carl Behnke, Barbara Almanza
& Sandra Sydnor

AAWE Working Paper No. 198 – Business
A New Wine Superpower? An Analysis of the Chinese Wine Industry
Yuanbo Li & Isabel Bardají

AAWE Working Paper No. 197 – Economics
Survival in the French Wine Industry: Cooperatives versus Corporations
Justine Valette, Paul Amadieu & Patrick Sentis

AAWE Working Paper No. 196 – Economics
Crowdfunding in Wine
Olivier Bargain, Jean-Marie Cardebat & Alexandra Vignolles

AAWE Working Paper No. 195 – Economics
Factors Impacting Wine Price Mark-Ups in Restaurants.
Florine Livat & Hervé Remaud

AAWE Working Paper No. 194 – Economics
Gravity meets Pricing to Market: What a Combined-Method Approach tells us on German Beer Export.
Heiko Dreyer, Svetlana Fedoseeva & Roland Herrmann

AAWE Working Paper No. 193 – Economics
“Tested Quality in the Glass”: Wine Quality Certification In Germany.
Henrich Brunke, James T. Lapsley, Rolf A.E. Mueller & Ludwig Tauscher

AAWE Working Paper No. 192 – Economics
Solving for a Bias in the Standardized Expert Wine Score.
Emmanuel Paroissien

AAWE Working Paper No. 191 – Economics
The Competitive Position of Ontario’s White Table Wines.
Paul R. Masson

AAWE Working Paper No. 190 – Economics
Does Organic Wine taste better? An Analysis of Experts’ Ratings.
Magali A. Delmas, Olivier Gergaud & Jinghui Lim

AAWE Working Paper No. 189 – Economics
The Costs and Benefits of Collective Reputation: Who gains and who loses from generic promotion programs?
Olivier Gergaud, Florine Livat, Bradley Rickard & Frederic Warzynski

2015

AAWE Working Paper No. 188 – Economics
Anchoring and Property Prices: The Influence of Echelle Des Crus Ratings on Land Sales in the Champagne Region of France
Olivier Gergaud, Andrew J. Plantinga & Aurelie Ringeval-Deluze

AAWE Working Paper No. 187 – Business
Word of Mouth Impulses. Evidence from Wines of Germany
Frank R. Schulz

AAWE Working Paper No. 186 – Economics
Quality and the Great Trade Collapse
Natalie Chen & Luciana Juvenal

AAWE Working Paper No. 185 – Business
Strengths and Governance: The Argentine Grape-Wine Industry at the Crossroads
Aldo Biondolillo & Juan Pedro Brandi

AAWE Working Paper No. 184 – Business
Over-Production or Recession? Causes of the Low Prices of Table Wine in Argentina
Jorge A. Day

AAWE Working Paper No. 183 – Economics
Effect of Information on Consumer Perception: Evidence from Restaurant Hygiene Grade Cards in
New York City
Danyang Kang

AAWE Working Paper No. 182 – Business
Examination of the Capital Structure in the Hungarian and French Wine Industry
Daniel Boda & Gabor Szucs

AAWE Working Paper No. 181 – Economics
Response to the risk of climate change: A case study of the wine industry
Jeremy Galbreath

AAWE Working Paper No. 180 – Economics
Reducing Quality Uncertainty for Bordeaux en primeur Wines: A Uniform Wine Score
Jean-Marie Cardebat & Emmanuel Paroissien

AAWE Working Paper No. 179 – Economics
Entrepreneurship and entry of small firms into a mature industry: the case of microbreweries in Italy
Christian Garavaglia

AAWE Working Paper No. 178 – Economics
California Women Winemakers: Three Studies Assess their Progress and Prospects
Lucia Albino Gilbert & John Carl Gilbert

AAWE Working Paper No. 177 – Business
The Beer Industry in Latin America
Daniel Toro-Gonzalez

AAWE Working Paper No. 176 – Economics
L’Histoire se répète – Why the liberalization of the EU vineyard planting rights regime may require another French Revolution.
Giulia Meloni & Johan Swinnen

AAWE Working Paper No. 175 – Business
Drowning in the Wine Lake: Does Choice Overload Exist in Wine Retail?
Douglas Zucker

2014

AAWE Working Paper No. 174 – Economics
The Political Economy of Geographical Indications
Koen Deconinck & Johan Swinnen

AAWE Working Paper No. 173 – Economics
Trade Liberalization in the Presence of Domestic Regulations: Impacts of the Proposed EU-U.S. free Trade Agreement on Wine Markets
Bradley J. Rickard, Olivier Gergaud, Shuay-Tsyr Ho & Wenjing Hu

AAWE Working Paper No. 172 – Economics
A Tale of Repetition: Lessons from Florida Restaurants Inspections
Ginger Zhe Jin & Jungmin Lee

AAWE Working Paper No. 171 – Economics
Inspection Technology, Detection, and Compliance: Evidence from Florida Restaurant Inspections
Ginger Zhe Jin & Jungmin Lee

AAWE Working Paper No. 170 – Economics
Excise Taxes on Wines, Beers and Spirits: An Updated International Comparison
Kym Anderson

AAWE Working Paper No. 169 – Economics
Structure and Performance of Ethiopia’s Coffee Export Sector
Bart Minten, Seneshaw Tamru, Tadesse Kuma & Yaw Nyarko

AAWE Working Paper No. 168 – Business
Whose Terroir is it anyway? Comparing Chinese FDI in the French and Australian Wine Sector
Louise Curran & Michael Thorpe

AAWE Working Paper No. 167 – Economics
Wine Historical Statistics: A Quantitative Approach to its Consumption, Production and Trade, 1840-1938
Vicente Pinilla

AAWE Working Paper No. 166 – Business
Strategies of Argentinean Wineries in Export Markets 2009-2011
Xavier Brevet, Jimena Estrella Orrego & Alejandro Gennari

AAWE Working Paper No. 165 – Economics
Hide the Label, hide the Difference?
Johan Almenberg, Anna Dreber & Robin Goldstein

AAWE Working Paper No. 164 – Economics
Blind Tasting of South African Wines: A Tale of Two Methodologies
Domenic Cicchetti

AAWE Working Paper No. 163 – Economics
Wine: To Drink or Invest In? A Study of Wine as a Financial Asset in French Portfolios.
Beysül Aytac, Thi Hong Van Hoang & Cyrille Mandou

AAWE Working Paper No. 162 – Economics
The Market Structure-Performance Relationship Applied to the Canadian Wine Industry
J. François Outreville

AAWE Working Paper No. 161 – Economics
Financing Wine Barrels: the Vincorp Model
Nick Vink, Theo Kleynhans and Willem Hoffmann

AAWE Working Paper No. 160 – Economics
An Analysis of Wine Critic Consensus: A Study of Washington and California Wines
Eric T. Stuen, Jon R. Miller & Robert W. Stone

AAWE Working Paper No. 159 – Economics
Holly[wine] or Wine in the American Cinema
Raphael Schirmer

AAWE Working Paper No. 158 – Business
Does ‘Liquid Geography’ Facilitate Cooperation or Competition? A Study of Sub-Clusters, Knowledge Exchange, and Innovation in the Wine Industry
Jeremy Galbreath

AAWE Working Paper No. 157 – Economics
Income and Competition Effects on the World Market for French Wines
Fabien Candau & Florent Deisting

AAWE Working Paper No. 156 – Business
The Global Urban Winery Crush: Model, Forecast and Prospect
Wilson T. VornDick

AAWE Working Paper No. 155 – Economics
An Exploratory Study of Climate Change Innovations in Wine Regions in Australia
Jeremy Galbreath

AAWE Working Paper No. 154 – Business
Firm-level Predictors of Women in Top Business Roles: Insights from the Wine Industry
Jeremy Galbreath

AAWE Working Paper No. 153 – Economics
In Vino Veritas? Social Influence on ‘Private’ Wine Evaluations at a Wine Social Networking Site
Omer Gokcekus, Miles Hewstone & Huseyin Cakal

AAWE Working Paper No. 152 – Economics
Wine and Climate Change
Orley Ashenfelter & Karl Storchmann

AAWE Working Paper No. 151 – Economics
Classification and Re-Classification:
 Oregon’s Willamette Valley AVA and its new sub-AVAs
Omer Gokcekus & Clare M. Finnegan

AAWE Working Paper No. 150 – Economics
Women in top roles in the wine industry: Forging ahead or falling behind?
Jeremy Galbreath

AAWE Working Paper No. 149 – Economics
Proximity and scientific collaboration: Evidence from the global wine industry
Lorenzo Cassi, Andrea Morrison & Roberta Rabellotti

AAWE Working Paper No. 148 – Business
Gradual Catch Up and Enduring Leadership in the Global Wine Industry
Andrea Morrison & Roberta Rabellotti

AAWE Working Paper No. 147 – Business
The British Columbia Wine Industry: Can it Compete with the Big Guys?
Lee Cartier

AAWE Working Paper No. 146 – Economics
Binge Drinking, Alcohol Prices, and Alcohol Taxes:
A Systematic Review of Results for Youth, Young Adults,
and Adults from Economic Studies, Natural Experiments, and Field Studies
Jon P. Nelson

2013

AAWE Working Paper No. 145 – Business
Innovation and Learning Dynamics in the Chilean and Argentine Wine Industries
Fulvia Farinelli

AAWE Working Paper No. 144 – Economics
An Analysis of Wine Consumption Trends and Food-Related Expenditures in Japan
Makiko Omura, Yuka Sakurai & Kensuke Ebihara

AAWE Working Paper No. 143 – Economics
Turkey’s Arduous Journey from Vine to Wine:
Why Can a Country, with the Fourth-Largest Vineyard in the World,
not Make Wine from its Grapes? 
Durmus Ozdemir

AAWE Working Paper No. 142 – Economics
The Price of Wine
Elroy Dimson, Peter L. Rousseau & Christophe Spaenjers

AAWE Working Paper No. 141 – Economics
Importing Chardonnay. A South African Political Farce
Gavin Williams

AAWE Working Paper No. 140 – Economics

The Caloric Costs of Culture: Evidence from Indian Migrants
David Atkin

AAWE Working Paper No. 139 – Economics
Do Restaurants Cater to Locapours?
Using Zagat Survey Data to Examine Factors that Influence Wine List Selections
Joseph M. Perla, Bradley J. Rickard & Todd M. Schmit

AAWE Working Paper No. 138 – Economics
Food Prices and Body Fatness among Youths
Michael Grossman, Erdal Tekin & Roy Wada

AAWE Working Paper No. 137 – Economics
Measuring Consumer Preferences Using Hybrid Discrete Choice Models
David Palma, Juan de Dios Ortuzar, Gerard Casaubon, Luis I. Rizzi and Eduardo Agosin

AAWE Working Paper No. 136 – Business
Wine Market Regulation in Argentina: Past and Future Impacts
Alejandro Gennari, Jimena Estrella Orrego & Leonardo Santoni

AAWE Working Paper No. 135 – Economics
Alcohol Consumption, Deterrence and Crime in New York City
Hope Corman & Naci H. Mocan

AAWE Working Paper No. 134 – Economics
The Rise and Fall of the World’s Largest Wine Exporter (and its Institutional Legacy)
Giulia Meloni & Johan Swinnen

AAWE Working Paper No. 133 – Economics
An agency-oriented model to explain vine-growing specialization
in the province of Barcelona (Catalonia, Spain) in the mid-nineteenth century
Marc Badia-Miró & Enric Tello

AAWE Working Paper No. 132 – Business
The Impact of General Public Wine Education Courses on Consumer Perception
Richard Sagala

AAWE Working Paper No. 131 – Economics
Measuring Market Power in the Japanese Beer Industry
Craig R. Parsons & Xavier de Vanssay

AAWE Working Paper No. 130 – Economics
The Economics of Planting Rights in Wine Production
Koen Deconinck & Johan Swinnen

AAWE Working Paper No. 129 – Economics
Expert opinions and Bordeaux wine prices: An Attempt to Correct the Bias of Subjective Judgments
Jean-Marie Cardebat & Jean-Marc Figuet

2012

Organizational Structure and Operation of the Illinois Wine Industry
Jason R.V. Franken & Kevin Bacon

AAWE Working Paper No. 127 – Economics
A Note on Social Drinking: In Vino Veritas
Justus Haucap & Annika Herr

AAWE Working Paper No. 126 – Economics
Sustainability of Top Ranked Restaurants in France:
Methodological Note and Analysis of Gault-Millau Data from 1974 to 2010
J. François Outreville

AAWE Working Paper No. 125 – Economics
From Internal Taxes to National Regulation:
Evidence from a French Wine Tax Reform at the turn of the Twentieth Century
Raphaёl Franck, Noel D. Johnson & John V.C. Nye

AAWE Working Paper No. 124 – Economics
Château Migraine or Château Riche? An Empirical Study on Wine as a Financial Asset
Querijn E. Beijer

AAWE Working Paper No. 123 – History
The Organization of Rome’s Wine Trade
Alexander Conison

AAWE Working Paper No. 122 – Economics
Risk taking when buying wine: an experimental investigation
J. François Outreville

AAWE Working Paper No. 121 – Economics
Sustainable Certification for Future Generations: The Case of the Wine Industry
Magali A. Delmas & Olivier Gergaud

AAWE Working Paper No. 120 – Economics
Restaurant Strategy and Restaurant Performance: Evidence from the Mediterranean Sea
Bernd Frick, Olivier Gergaud & Petra Matic

AAWE Working Paper No. 119 – Economics
Reputation Tapping
Bradley J. Rickard, Jill J. McCluskey & Richard W. Patterson

AAWE Working Paper No. 118 – Economics
The Detrimental Effect of Expert Opinion on Price-Quality Dispersion. Evidence from the Wine Market*
Karl Storchmann, Alexander Mitterling & Aaron Lee

AAWE Working Paper No. 117 – Economics
Measuring Consumer Willingness to Pay for Low-Sulfite Wine: A Conjoint Analysis
Christopher Appleby, Marco Costanigro, Dawn Thilmany & Stephen Menke

AAWE Working Paper No. 116 – Business
Port Wine Distribution Strategies Buyer/Seller Cooperation
Luís Sequeira

AAWE Working Paper No. 115 – Economics
How the liberalization of planting rights will affect the wine sector of
Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany: a partial equilibrium analysis
Mariia Bogonos, Barbara Engler, Marc Dressler, Jurgen Oberhofer & Stephan Dabbert

AAWE Working Paper No. 114 – Economics
Quality Classifications in Competition Price Formation in the German Wine Market
Jörg Rössel & Jens Beckert

AAWE Working Paper No. 113 – Business
A Comparison of Wine Purchasing Behaviors in Ireland and California When the Celtic Tiger Roared
Marianne McGarry Wolf, David Dudley, Megan Ginny Rood, Sarah Geraghty & Ann M. Torres

AAWE Working Paper No. 112 – Business
Using Social Media for Collaboration About Industry News in Higher Education
Marianne McGarry Wolf, Mitch Wolf, Leanne Brady, Hanna Peszynski, Lindsey Higgins & Shane Wolf

AAWE Working Paper No. 111 – Economics
Estimating the effect of climate change on Argentine viticulture María Antonella Mancino1
María Antonella Mancino

AAWE Working Paper No. 110 – Business
AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF CLUSTERS, KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE,
AND THE CLIMATE CHANGE ISSUE
Jeremy Galbreath, Des Klass & David Charles

AAWE Working Paper No. 109 – Business
The Pennsylvania Wine Monopoly
Robert P. Sechrist

AAWE Working Paper No. 108 – Economics
Expert Opinion and Quality Perception of Consumers: Evidence from New York City Restaurants
Olivier Gergaud, Karl Storchmann & Vincenzo Verardi

AAWE Working Paper No. 107 – Business
ON THE RELEVANCY OF CLIMATE CHANGE TO BUSINESS:
EVIDENCE FROM THE MARGARET RIVER WINE REGION OF AUSTRALIA
Jeremy Galbreath

AAWE Working Paper No. 106
A TASTE FOR NEW YORK: RESTAURANT REVIEWS, FOOD DISCOURSE,
AND THE FIELD OF GASTRONOMY IN AMERICA
Mitchell Davis

AAWE Working Paper No. 105 – Economics
Climate change and the future of South Africa’s wine industry
Nick Vink, Alain Deloire, Valerie Bonnardot & Joachim Ewert

AAWE Working Paper No. 104 – Economics
War, Taxes, and Borders: How Beer Created Belgium
Koen Deconinck & Johan Swinnen

AAWE Working Paper No. 103 – Economics
Agricultural landscape, vineyards and tourism flows in Tuscany, Italy:
Results from an applied economic study
Paulo A.L.D. Nunes & Maria L. Loureiro

AAWE Working Paper No. 102 – Economics
Location illusion in the wine market: The eroding effect of word-of-mouth
on the regional reputation premium
Omer Gokcekus & Dennis Nottebaum

AAWE Working Paper No. 101 – Economics
Do Consumers Exploit Precommitment Opportunities?
Evidence from Natural Experiments Involving Liquor Consumption
B. Douglas Bernheim, Jonathan Meer & Neva K. Novarro

AAWE Working Paper No. 100 – Business
The Experience of New Zealand in the Evolving Wine Markets of Japan and Singapore
Michel Rod & Tim Beal

AAWE Working Paper No. 99 – Economics
Quality Considerations for Coordination of the California Wine-Grape Supply Chain
Jason R.V. Franken

AAWE Working Paper No. 98 – Economics
Tasters’ Bias in Wine Guides’ Quality Evaluations
Stefano Castriota, Daniele Curzi & Marco Delmastro

AAWE Working Paper No. 97 – Economics
A Mathematician Meddles with Medals
Neal D. Hulkower

2011

AAWE Working Paper No. 96 – Business
THE ROLE OF TEMPORARY INVOLVEMENT WITH APPELLATION OF ORIGIN IN THE PURCHASE OF WINE
Carmen Rodríguez-Santos & Klaus Grunert

AAWE Working Paper No. 95 – Economics
Regulating the availability of beer, wine, and spirits in grocery stores:
Beverage-specific effects on prices, consumption, and traffic fatalities
Bradley J. Rickard, Marco Costanigro & Teevrat Garg

AAWE Working Paper No. 94 – Economics
Influence of product assortment on the efficiency of
grape-growing family farms in Macedonia – DEA approach
Gordana Manevska-Tasevska

AAWE Working Paper No. 93 – Economics
A Meta-Analysis of Geographical Indication Food Valuation Studies.
What Drives the Premium for Origin Based Labels?
Oana Deselnicu, Marco Costanigro, Diogo M. Souza-Monteiro & Dawn Thilmany McFadden

AAWE Working Paper No. 92 – Business
Motivations and Characteristics of International Wine Bloggers
J. Freitas Santos

AAWE Working Paper No. 91 – Economics
The buyer’s dilemma – To whose rating should a wine drinker pay attention?
Omer Gokcekus & Dennis Nottebaum

AAWE Working Paper No. 90 – Economics
Competitive Exclusion with Heterogeneous Sellers: The Case of State Wine Shipping Laws
Jerry Ellig & Alan Wiseman

AAWE Working Paper No. 89 – Business
The Wine Industry in British Columbia: Issues and Potential
Andy Hira & Alexis Bwenge

AAWE Working Paper No. 88 – Economics
A CARE-less Rush to Regulate Alcohol: Wholesalers’ Attempt to Secure Regulatory Fiefdoms
Angela Logomasini

AAWE Working Paper No. 87 – Economics
World Wine Exports: What Determines the Success of ‘New World’ Wine Producers?
Osiris Jorge Parcero & Emiliano Villanueva

AAWE Working Paper No. 86 – Economics
Does the bottle size matter? An investigation into differences between posted and market prices
J. François Outreville

AAWE Working Paper No. 85 – Economics
Wine Economics: Emergence, Developments, Topics
Karl Storchmann

AAWE Working Paper No. 84 – Business
INNOVATION IN WINE SMES: THE PORTUGUESE DOURO BOYS
Dorli Muhr & João Rebelo

AAWE Working Paper No. 83 – Business
THE DOURO WINE REGION: A CLUSTER APPROACH
João Rebelo & José Caldas

AAWE Working Paper No. 82 – Economics
Splendide Mendax: False Label Claims about High and Rising Alcohol Content of Wine
Julian M. Alston, Kate B. Fuller, James T. Lapsley, George Soleas & Kabir P. Tumber

AAWE Working Paper No. 81 – Economics
Learning by Cooking and Reputation Building: A French Recipe to Become a Top Chef
Olivier Gergaud, Valerie Smeets & Frederic Warzynski

AAWE Working Paper No. 80 – Economics
The Effects of Alcohol Policies in Reducing Entry Rates and Time Spent in Foster Care
Sara Markowitz, Alison Cuellar, Ryan M. Conrad & Michael Grossman

AAWE Working Paper No. 79 – Economics
Beer Drinking Nations – The Determinants of Global Beer Consumption
Liesbeth Colen & Johan Swinnen

AAWE Working Paper No. 78 – Economics
INFREQUENCY OF PURCHASE, INDIVIDUAL HETEROGENEITY AND RATIONAL ADDICTION
IN SINGLE HOUSEHOLDS’ ESTIMATES OF ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION
Pierpaolo Pierani & Silvia Tiezzi

AAWE Working Paper No. 77 – Business
Inter-firm networks in the European wine industry
Fabrizio Cafaggi & Paola Iamiceli

AAWE Working Paper No. 76 – Economics
HOW DOES THE BUSINESS CYCLE AFFECT EATING HABITS?
Dhaval M. Dave & Inas Rashad Kelly

2010

AAWE Working Paper No. 75 – Economics
Women or Wine ? Monogamy and Alcohol
Mara Squicciarini & Jo Swinnen

AAWE Working Paper No. 74 – Economics
The Role of Viticulture and Enology in the Development of Economic Thought:
How Wine Contributed to Modern Economic Theory
Stephen Chaikind

AAWE Working Paper No. 73 – Economics
Collective Reputation Effects: An Empirical Appraisal
Olivier Gergaud & Florine Livat

AAWE Working Paper No. 72 – Business
Origin, Grape Variety or Packaging? Analyzing the Buying Decision for Wine with a Conjoint Experiment
Gergely Szolnoki, Roland Herrmann & Dieter Hoffmann

AAWE Working Paper No. 71 – Economics
Does Drinking Impair College Performance? Evidence from a Regression Discontinuity Approach
Scott E. Carrell, Mark Hoekstra & James E. West

AAWE Working Paper No. 70 – Economics
Return to wine: A comparison of the hedonic, repeat sales, and hybrid approaches
James J. Fogarty & Callum Jones

AAWE Working Paper No. 69 – Economics
PUBLIC MONOPOLY AND ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY: EVIDENCE FROM THE PENNSYLVANIA LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD’S ENTRY DECISIONS
Katja Seim & Joel Waldfogel

AAWE Working Paper No. 68 – Economics
BINGE DRINKING & SEX IN HIGH SCHOOL
Jeffrey S. DeSimone

AAWE Working Paper No. 67 – Economics
FRATERNITY MEMBERSHIP & FREQUENT DRINKING
Jeffrey S. DeSimone

AAWE Working Paper No. 66 – Business
TASTE TESTING OF WINE BY EXPERT AND NOVICE CONSUMERS IN THE PRESENCE OF VARIATIONS IN QUALITY, BRAND AND COUNTRY OF ORIGIN CUES
Anthony Pecotich & Steven Ward

AAWE Working Paper No. 65 – Economics
Why is there a home bias? A case study of Wine
Richard Friberg, Robert W. Paterson& Andrew D. Richardson

AAWE Working Paper No. 64 – Business
What future for the Champagne industry?
Aurélie Deluze

AAWE Working Paper No. 63 – Economics
Understanding Overeating and Obesity
Christopher J. Ruhm

AAWE Working Paper No. 62 – Business
Comparative Networks and Clusters in the Wine Industry
Andrea Migone & Michael Howlett

AAWE Working Paper No. 61 – Economics
Direct Ship Blowout: How the Supreme Court’s Granholm Decision
Has Led to A Flood of Non-Taxed Wine Shipments
John Dunham, Victor Fung Eng & Peter Ronga

AAWE Working Paper No. 60 – Economics
Measuring the Economic Effect of Global Warming on Viticulture Using Auction,
Retail and Wholesale Prices
Orley Ashenfelter& Karl Storchmann

AAWE Working Paper No. 59 – Economics
Binge Drinking and Risky Sex among College Students
Jeff DeSimone

AAWE Working Paper No. 58 – Economics
Alcohol Regulation and Crime
Christopher Carpenter & Carlos Dobkin

AAWE Working Paper No. 57 – Economics
Raise your Glass: Wine Investment and the Financial Crisis
Philippe Masset & Jean-Philippe Weisskopf

AAWE Working Paper No. 56 – Economics
The Effects of Relative Food Prices on Obesity – Evidence from China: 1991-2006
Yang Lu & Dana Goldman

AAWE Working Paper No. 55 – Economics
IN VINO VERITAS SIGNALING AND DRINKING
Jan Heufer

AAWE Working Paper No. 54 – Economics
Calorie Posting in Chain Restaurants
Bryan Bollinger, Phillip Leslie & Alan Sorensen

2009

AAWE Working Paper No. 53 – Economics
Healthy School Meals and Educational Outcomes
Michèle Belot & Jonathan James

AAWE Working Paper No. 52 – Business
From Wine Production to Wine Tourism Experience: the Case of Italy
Vincenzo Asero & Sebastiano Patti

AAWE Working Paper No. 51 – Economics
Expert opinion and cuisine reputation in the market for restaurant meals
James J. Fogarty

AAWE Working Paper No. 50 – Economics
The economics of collective reputation: minimum quality standards,
vertical differentiation and optimal group size
Stefano Castriota & Marco Delmastro

AAWE Working Paper No. 49 – Economics
The Economics of Nested Names:
Name Specificity, Reputations, and Price Premia
Marco Costanigro, Jill J. McCluskey & Christopher Goemans

AAWE Working Paper No. 48 – Economics
Introducing wine into grocery stores:
Economic implications and transitional issues
Bradley J. Rickard

AAWE Working Paper No. 47 – Business
The E-mail Responsiveness of Italian Wineries
Riccardo Vecchio

AAWE Working Paper No. 46 – Business
Innovation in the Chilean Wine Industry:
The Impact of Foreign Direct Investments and Entrepreneurship on Competitiveness
Martin Kunc & Tomas G. Bas

AAWE Working Paper No. 45 – Economics
Grazing, Goods and Girth: Determinants and Effects
Daniel S. Hamermesh

AAWE Working Paper No. 44 – Business
The Value of Designations of Origin in Emilia-Romagna
Silvia Gatti

AAWE Working Paper No. 43 – Business
Non-conventional viticulture as a viable system: A case study in Italy
Antonella Vastola & Aysen Tanyeri-Abur

AAWE Working Paper No. 42 – Economics
MESSAGE ON THE BOTTLE: COLOURS AND SHAPES OF WINE LABELS
Luiz de Mello & Ricardo Pires

AAWE Working Paper No. 41 – Business
Increasing domestic consumption of South African wines:
Identifying the key market segments of the “Black Diamonds”
Leah Z.B. Ndanga, André Louw & Johan van Rooyen

AAWE Working Paper No. 40 – Economics
QUALITY SORTING AND TRADE: FIRM-LEVEL EVIDENCE FOR FRENCH WINE
Matthieu Crozet, Keith Head and Thierry Mayer

AAWE Working Paper No. 39 – Economics
How Large Are Non-Budget-Constraint Effects of Prices on Demand?

Ori Heffetz & Moses Shayo
AAWE Working Paper No. 38 – Economics
Political Economy of Anglo-French Trade, 1689-1899:
Agricultural Trade Policies, Alcohol Taxes, and War

John V.C. Nye

AAWE Working Paper No. 37 – Law
TAXATION OF ALCOHOL AND CONSUMER ATTITUDE – IS THE ECJ SOBER?
Theodore Georgopoulos

AAWE Working Paper No. 36 – Economics
Can People Distinguish Pâté from Dog Food?
John Bohannon, Robin Goldstein& Alexis Herschkowitsch

AAWE Working Paper No. 35 – Economics
When Does the Price Affect the Taste? Results from a Wine Experiment
Johan Almenberg &Anna Dreber

AAWE Working Paper No. 34 – Business
Catching-up Trajectories in the Wine Sector:
A Comparative Study of Chile, Italy and South Africa
Lucia Cusmano, Andrea Morrison & Roberta Rabellotti

AAWE Working Paper No. 33 – Economics
The Effect of Fast Food Restaurants on Obesity
Janet Currie, Stefano DellaVigna, Enrico Moretti & Vikram Pathania

2008

 AAWE Working Paper No. 32 – Economics
Bubbles in Prices of Exhaustible Resources

Boyan Jovanovic

AAWE Working Paper No. 31 – Economics
THE DEMAND FOR BEER, WINE, AND SPIRITS
INSIGHTS FROM A META-ANALYSIS APPROACH

James Fogarty

AAWE Working Paper No. 30 – Economics
Individual and Collective Reputation: Lessons from the Wine Market
Stefano Castriota & Marco Delmastro

AAWE Working Paper No. 29 – Economics
Modeling Perceptions of Locally Produced Wine among Restaurateurs in New York City
Trent Preszler & Todd M. Schmit

AAWE Working Paper No. 28 – Economics
Unobserved heterogeneity in the wine market: an analysis on Sardinian wine via Mixed Logit
Maria Bonaria Lai, Teresa Del Giudice and Eugenio Pomarici

AAWE Working Paper No. 27 – Business
State Funded Marketing and Promotional Activities to Support a State’s Winery Business; Are There Economic Returns?: A Case study using Texas Senate Bill 1370′s support of the Texas Wine Industry
Roger D. Hanagriff, Michael Lau & Sarah L. Rogers

AAWE Working Paper No. 26 – Business
Locational dynamics of Brazilian winegrowing: new regions in
Rio Grande do Sul and in the São Francisco River Valley area
Luciane Schneider, Márcia Azanha Ferraz Dias de Moraes & Pedro Valentim Marques

AAWE Working Paper No. 25 – Economics
The Sideways Effect: A Test for Changes in the Demand for Merlot and Pinot Noir Wines
Steven Cuellar, Dan Karnowsky & Frederick Acosta

AAWE Working Paper No. 24 – Economics
Estimating the Demand for Wine Using Instrumental Variable Techniques
Steven Cuellar & Ryan Huffman

AAWE Working Paper No. 23 – Economics
Restaurant Prices and the Minimum Wage
Denis Fougère, Erwan Gautier & Hervé Le Bihan

AAWE Working Paper No. 22
ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY OF THE U.S. WINE INDUSTRY
Patrick Canning & Agnes Perez

AAWE Working Paper No. 21
Our Saviors May Not Speak Spanish: Changing Markets and Strategies
in Argentina’s Wine Revolution, 1990-2008
Steve Stein

AAWE Working Paper No. 20
Firm Creation, Firm Evolution and Clusters in Chile’s Dynamic Wine Sector:
Evidence from the Colchagua and Casablanca Regions
Robert N. Gwynne

AAWE Working Paper No. 19
The agricultural and food trade in the first globalisation:
Spanish table wine exports 1871 to 1935 – A case study
Vicente Pinilla & Raúl Serrano

AAWE Working Paper No. 18
The Economic Impact of the Wine Industry on Hotels and Restaurants in Walla Walla
Karl Storchmann

AAWE Working Paper No. 17
PRODUCT PORTFOLIO CHANGE AND ORGANIZATIONAL RENEWAL
The D.O. Wine Industry in Castilla-León (Spain)
María del Valle Santos, María Teresa García & Ana María Ortega

AAWE Working Paper No. 16
Do More Expensive Wines Taste Better? Evidence from a Large Sample of Blind Tastings
Robin Goldstein, Johan Almenberg, Anna Dreber, John W. Emerson, Alexis Herschkowitsch & Jacob Katz

AAWE Working Paper No. 15
Determinants of Argentinean Wine Prices in the U.S. Market
Guillermo J. San Martín, Bernhard Brümmer & Javier L. Troncoso

AAWE Working Paper No. 14
Ceago Vinegarden: How green is your wine?
Environmental differentiation strategy through Eco-labels
Magali A. Delmas, Vered Doctori-Blass & Kara Shuster

AAWE Working Paper No. 13
Eco-labeling strategies: The eco-premium puzzle in the wine industry
Magali A. Delmas & Laura E. Grant

2007

AAWE Working Paper No. 12
Modelling Long-term Commodities: the development of a Simulation Model
for the South African Wine Industry within a Partial Equilibrium Framework
Michela Cutts, Sanri Reynolds, Ferdinand Meyer & Nick Vink

AAWE Working Paper No. 11
ALTERNATIVE INVESTMENTS: THE CASE OF WINE
Lee W. Sanning, Sherrill Shaffer & Jo Marie Sharratt

AAWE Working Paper No. 10
Identifying the Effect of Unobserved Quality and Expert Reviews
in the Pricing of Experience Goods: Empirical Application on Bordeaux Wine
Pierre Dubois & Céline Nauges

AAWE Working Paper No. 9
Red, White, and “Green”: the Cost of Carbon in the Global Wine Trade
Tyler Colman & Pablo Päster

AAWE Working Paper No. 8
DO FLUCTUATIONS IN WINE STOCKS AFFECT WINE PRICES?
James Bukenya & Walter C. Labys

AAWE Working Paper No. 7
Changes in the wine chain – Managerial challenges and threats for German wine co-ops
Jon H. Hanf & Erik Schweickert

AAWE Working Paper No. 6
Rethinking Wine Investment in the UK and Australia
James Fogarty

AAWE Working Paper No. 5
Identification of Stochastic Processes for an Estimated Icewine Temperature Hedging Variable
Don Cyr & Martin Kusy

AAWE Working Paper No. 4
Predicting the Quality and Prices of Bordeaux Wines
Orley Ashenfelter

AAWE Working Paper No. 3
How Do Consumers Use Signals to Assess Quality?
Olivier Gergaud & Florine Livat

AAWE Working Paper No. 2
Natural endowments, production technologies and the quality of wines
in Bordeaux. Is it possible to produce wine on paved roads?
Olivier Gergaud & Victor Ginsburgh

AAWE Working Paper No. 1
The impact of gurus: Parker grades and en primeur wine prices
Héla Hadj Ali, Sébastien Lecocq & Michael Visser

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