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


Ninth Annual Conference Mendoza, Argentina, May 26-30, 2015

Local Team and Contacts
Alejandro Gennari
Universidad Nacional de Cuyo
Cell: +54-9-261-6960245
E-Mail: agennari@uncu.edu.ar
Javier Merino
Universidad Nacional de Cuyo
Cell: +54-9-261-5106734
E-Mail: jmerino@areadelvino.com
Aldo Biondolillo
Universidad Nacional de Cuyo
Cell: +54-9-261-2016868
E-Mail: albiondolillo@tempusalba.com
Jimena Estrella
Universidad Nacional de Cuyo
Cell: +54-9-261-6168585)
E-Mail: jestrella@uncu.edu.ar
Karl Storchmann

New York University
Cell: +1-646 644-2852
E-Mail: karl.storchmann@nyu.edu


Please download the full
conference program here:

 NameAgenda HighlightsAbstracts
MAY 26, 2015
Hyatt Hotel – Café Literario
Chile 1124, Mendoza
MAY 27, 2015The buses leave at 8:00h from the Hyatt Hotel.
Aula Magna, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas - UNCuyo
8:00 – 8:45REGISTRATION, Aula Magna Hall
8:45 – 9:00Rector Prof. Daniel Pizzi
Prof. Alejandro Gennari
Prof. Karl Storchmann, AAWE & New York University
9:00 – 11:00 Room – Aula Magna – Fac. Ciencias Económicas
SESSION #1 PLENARY: Productivity
Chair: Boris Bravo-Ureta
University of Connecticut, USA
Boris Bravo-Ureta
(University of Connecticut, USA)
Productivity, Costs and Profits: An Overview of MethodsAbstract
Javier Merino
(Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, Argentina)
Costs and Profitability: The Major Challenge for the Wine Industry in Argentina
Kym Anderson
(University of Adelaide, Australia)
Changing Wine-grape Profitability in Australia, as Revealed by Varietal Area and Regional Price Data
Roberto Jara-Rojas
(Universidad de Talca, Chile)
Costs and Returns for Wine Grape Production in the Central Valley of Chile
Jim Lapsley
(UC Davis, USA)
Costs and Returns for Wine Grape Production in California's Southern San Joaquin Valley: Can Wine Grapes Compete with Almonds?
Nick Vink
(University of Stellenbosch, South Africa)
Productivity, Costs and Profits: A Research Agenda for Wine Grape Production in South Africa
11:00 – 11:20Coffee Break
11:20 – 12:35Room – Cilindro Sur CICUNC
Session #2A: Climate Change
Chair: Donald Cyr, Brock University, Canada
Laura Abraham, Victoria Pardo
(both Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, Mendoza, Argentina)
Evaluation of a Climate Change Mitigation Strategy in Vineyards in Mendoza, ArgentinaAbstract
Elmar Schlich, Manuel Mohr, Daniela Thomas
(all Univ Giessen, Germany)
Michaela Schlich
(Univ Koblenz-Landau, Germany)
The German Consumer Carbon Footprint (CCF) in comparison to the Product Carbon Footprint (PCF) of WineAbstract
Tony Shaw, Donald Cyr
(Brock University, Canada)
Climate Change and Variability in Ontario's Wine Appellations, CanadaAbstract
Karl Storchmann
(New York University, USA)
Who Profits from Global Warming? Producer vs. Retail Prices in GermanyAbstract
11:20 – 12:35Room – Cilindro Norte CICUNC
Session #2B: Reputation and Region 1
Chair: Marianne McGarry Wolf
California Polytech, USA
Jimena Estrella, Alejandro Gennari
(both Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, Argentina)
The GI phenomenon in Argentina: willingness and restrictions
Marianne McGarry Wolf,
Anna Heackock
(both California Polytech, USA)
The Importance of the Growing Region to Wine Consumers and TradeAbstract
Jean-Sauveur Ay
(INRA Dijon, France)
Julie Le Gallo
(Université de Franche Comté, France)
Hedonic valuation of Geographical Indications with unobserved terroir effectsAbstract
Nina Goosen, Karin Alant,
Nick Vink
(all University of Stellenbosch, South Africa)
Creating Brand “DNA” for the Wellington Wine District, South Africa Abstract
11:20 – 12:35 Room – Cilindro Central CICUNC
Session #2C: Tourism & New Products
Chair: Steve Charters, ESC Dijon, France
Emiliano Villanueva
(Eastern Connecticut State University, USA)
Liliana Girini
(University of Mendoza, Argentina)
Wine and Vine Heritage Marketing in the Malbec LandscapeAbstract
Geni Satiko Sato
(Institute of Agricultural Economics, São Paulo, Brazil)
Yasuo Ohe, Shimpei Shimoura
(both Chiba University, Japan)
Are there Similarities between Wine Tourists Profile in Sao Paulo, Brazil and those in Yamanashi, Japan? Abstract
Laurence Cogan, Claude Chapuis, Steve Charters, Benoît Lecat
(ESC Dijon, France)
Key drivers of success for wine tourism in Burgundy: Comparison between Côte d'Or & BeaujolaisAbstract
Brian Schlueter
(Moonstruck Meadery, USA)
Celina Pennisi
(Mendoza, Argentina)
Mead Production, adding Value to ArgentinaAbstract
11:20 – 12:35Room – Aula Magna – Fac. Odontología
Session #2D: Miscellaneous Topics 1
Chair: Neal Hulkower, McMinnville, OR, USA
Neal Hulkower
(McMinnville, OR, USA)
Minimum Percent Error-Zero Percent Bias Regression for Wine EconomistsAbstract
Olga Murova, Benaissa Chidmi
(both Texas Tech University, USA)
Demand Analysis of Beer Consumption in the U.S.Abstract
Cynthia Howson
(University of Washington, Tacoma, USA)
Pierre Ly
(University of Puget Sound, USA)
Is China the next Argentina? What emerging wine regions have in commonAbstract
Stéphane Gauvin
(Laval University, Canada)
Eric Lalonde
(Celliersintelligents.com, France)
Is this a bubble in my Bordeaux? Optimizing cellar management using price forecastsAbstract
12:40 – 14:00Lunch Break
14:00 – 14:30Room – Cilindro Central CICUNC
Karl Storchmann (AAWE & New York Univ, USA)
Alejandro Gennari (Univ Nacional de Cuyo, Argentina)
Jean-Marie Cardebat (Univ of Bordeaux, France)
14:30 – 16:30 Room – Cilindro Central CICUNC
Chair: Aldo Biondolillo,
National University of Cuyo, Argentina
Armando Bertranou
(National Agency for Promotion of Science and Technology, Argentina)
The National Science and Technology System as related to Argentine Vitiviniculture
Daniel Lema
(National Institute of Agricultural Technology, Argentina)
The Economics of Research and In-novation: Private Needs and Public Policy
Aldo Biondolillo
(National University of Cuyo, Argentina)
Investment in R&D+i as a Means of Product Differentiation and Internatio-nalization of a small Family type WineryAbstract
Roberto Borgo
(Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, Argentina)
Basic and Applied Research in the Argentine Vitiviniculture
Norberto Richardi
(Instituto Enológico de Investigación Richardi, Argentina)
Research and Development: A View from Grape Production and the Wine Making Industry
Carlos Tizio
(Argentine Academy of Vine and Wine, Argentina)
A Research Agenda for Grape Wine Production in Argentina
16:30 – 17:00Coffee Break
17:00 – 18:15 Room – Cilindro Central CICUNC
Session #4A: Climate Change & Sustainability
Chair: Dan Moscovici, Stockton University, USA
Daniel Moscovici
(Stockton University, USA)
What is Sustainability & Sustainable Wine? Local beginnings, global implicationsAbstract
Maryam Hariri
(New York University, USA)
Wine, Labor, and Climate Change: How will access to labor determine the resilience of wineries in the futureAbstract
Michael Shannon, Alastair Reed
(both Melbourne Polytechnic, Australia)
Using Big Data to investigate the influence of climate and demography on wine consumer habitsAbstract
Britta Niklas
(University of Bochum, Germany)
Impact of annual weather changes on output, quality and profits of wine producers in Germany Abstract
17:00 – 18:15Room – Cilindro Norte CICUNC
Session #4B: Regulation and Politics
Chair: Jon Hanf, Univ Geisenheim, Germany
Aldo Biondolillo
(National University of Cuyo, Argentina)
Juan Pedro Brandi
(Secretary of Agriculture of Argentina)
Strength and Governance: The Crossroads of Argentine VitivinicultureAbstract
Davide Gaeta, Paola Corsinovi
(University of Verona, Italy), Gordon Rausser (UC Berkeley, USA)
The Political Economy of Traditional Terms Abstract
Jimena Estrella, Alejandro Gennari, Leonardo Santoni
(all Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, Argentina)
Territorial impact of must regulations
Jon Hanf, Erik Schweickert,
Javier Gil-Albarellos
(Univ Geisenheim, Germany)
The Hot Punch for ‘Glühwein’ – A Mulled Wine BattleFull Text
17:00 – 18:15 Room – Aula Magna Odontología
Session #4C: Demand 1
Chair: Paul Nugent, University of Edinburgh, UK
Paul Nugent
(University of Edinburgh, UK)
Race, Taste and the Grape in South Africa: Consumption in the South African Wine Industry From 1960 to the PresentAbstract
Haiyan Song, Gan Zixuan,
William Gartner
(all Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong)
Willingness to pay for wine: A study of Hong Kong wine consumersAbstract
Lisha Zhang, James Seale
(both University of Florida, USA)
U.S. Demand for Wines, Red and White: Does Exporting Source Matter?Abstract
Oscar Melo, Javier Cortés
(Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile)
Estimation of a demand system for alcoholic beverages in Santiago, ChileAbstract
17:00 – 18:15Room Cilindro Sur CICUNC
Session #4D: Organization 1
Chair: Laura Abraham
National University of Cuyo, Argentina
Ricardo Palma, Gustavo Masera, Jose García Lancheros
(Universidad Nacional de Cuyo Mendoza, Argentina)
Impact of the Smart Grid in the Optimization of Regional Wine Supply ChainAbstract
Laura Abraham, Osvaldo Roby, Esther Sanchez, Alfredo Fonzar, Laura Alturria et al.
(all National University of Cuyo, Argentina)
Diagnostic of Corporate Social Responsibility practices in Mendoza wine companies and their relationship to Foreign Direct InvestmentAbstract
Raúl Novello, Maximiliano Battistella
(both Inst. Nacional de Tecnología Agropecuaria, Argentina)
Francisco Ibañez,
Raymundo Forradellas, et al.
(both National Univ of Cuyo, Argentina)
Optimizing the use of resources through the implementation of a new organizational harvest model in the Region of Cuyo, ArgentinaAbstract
19:00 – about 23:00 Conference Dinner
Bodega Septima

Buses leave from CICUNC at 18:30
MAY 28, 2015
9:00 – 11:00Room –Cilindro Central CICUNC
Session #5A: Prices
Chair: Philippe Masset,
Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne, Switzerland
Philippe Masset,
Jean-Philippe Weisskopf
(both Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne, Switzerland)
The price of Swiss fine winesAbstract
Graciela Andrango
(INIAP, Ecuador)
Elizabeth Canales
(Kansas State University, USA)
Determinants of the Argentinean wine price: A hedonic modelAbstract
Benoit Faye, Eric Le Fur,
Stéphanie Prat
(all INSEEC Bordeaux, France)
Dynamics of main alternative assets - real estate, art and fine wine prices: evidence from short- and long-run co-movements Abstract
Miguel Angel Fierro
(Univ de Concep-ción, Chile)
Rodrigo Romo
(Univ del Bío-Bío, Chile)
José Gil (Univ Politecnica de Cataluña, Spain)
Market values for the attributes of bottled Chilean wine: an estimate hedonic priceAbstract
Philippe Masset,
Jean-Philippe Weisskopf
(both Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne, Switzerland)
The evolution of Parker scores and its influence on wine pricesAbstract
9:00 – 11:00 Room – Cilindro Sur CICUNC
Session #5B: Production
Chair: Mechel S. Paggie, Fresno State Univ, USA
Raúl Novello, Maximilian Battistella, María Eugenia Palomas
(all Inst Nacional de Tecnología Agropecuaria, Argentina)
Investment analysis in drive systems of high productivity and low operating cost for grapes in San Juan, ArgentinaAbstract
Mechel S. Paggie, Serhat Asci, Fumiko Yamazaki, Sanliang Gu
(all Fresno State University, USA)
An Economic Analysis of Late Harvest Grape Production: A Quest for Higher Quality Wine in Warm Climate RegionsAbstract
Jon H. Hanf
(Geisenheim University, Germany)
Vertical Integration in the Azerbaijani Wine BusinessFull Text
Laura Alturria, Juan Solsona
(both Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, Argentina)
Costs of production of grapes: Identification of factors affecting the competitiveness and sustainability of companiesAbstract
Pilar Jano
(Universidad Adolfo Ibañez, Chile)
Farming, Entrepreneurship, and Market Access: Evidence from Chilean Wine GrapesAbstract
Jimena Andrieu, Nicolás Gatti, Omar Miranda
(all INTA, Argentina)
Raúl Novello
(Inst Nacional de Tecnología Agropecuaria, Argentina)
Technical Efficiency in Wine Grapes Production: A Stochastic Frontier Analysis for San Juan, ArgentinaAbstract
Dean McCorkle, Rebekka Dudensing,
Ed W. Hellman, Dan Hanselka
(Texas A&M, USA)
Keith Gunnett et al.
(RE2 Inc., USA)
Exploring Robotic Technology for Wine Grape ProductionAbstract
9:00 – 11:00 Room – Cilindro Norte CICUNC
Session #5C: Marketing
Chair: Gustavo Ferreira, Virginia Tech, USA
Miguel Angel Fierro,
Alejandro Chandia
(both Universidad de Concepción, Chile)
Positioning of bottled wine in the supermarket channel in Chile
Mingyang Qu, Bradley Rickard
(both Cornell University, USA)
Marco Costani-gro
(Colorado State University, USA)
Retail Wine Availability and Product DiversityAbstract
Hervé Remaud, Florine Livat
(both KEDGE Bordeaux, France)
Sommeliers, restaurants and wine price markupAbstract
Andrea Viterbi, Stefano Massaglia, Danielle Borra; presented by Alessio Lazzari
(all Università di Torino, Italy)
The use of new media in the breweries and wineries of Cuneo district (NW Italy)Abstract
Luca Rossetto, Samuele Trestini, Luigi Galletto, Vasco Boatto
(all University of Padova, Italy)
Public Relations Performance for Promoting Italian Wines in Foreign CountriesAbstract
Luca Rossetto, Samuele Trestini, Luigi Galletto, Vasco Boatto
(all University of Padova, Italy)
The Role of Branded Wines in the Italian Wine MarketAbstract
Gustavo Ferreira
(Virginia Tech, USA)
Understanding Tasting Rooms: A Literature Review
9:00 – 11:00Room – Aula Magna Fac. Odontología
Session #5D: Tasting
Chair: Geoffrey Lewis,
Melbourne Business School, Australia
Robin Goldstein
(UC Davis, USA)
Price-Quality Inversion. Unexpected effects of information signals on consumer experience in wine, beer, and other hedonic product marketsAbstract
Robert Hodgson
(Fieldbrook Winery, USA)
Do Experts like more expensive wines?Abstract
Jing Cao, Lynne Stokes
(both Southern Methodist University, USA)
Investigation of the Association between Judge Agreement and Factors in a Major Wine CompetitionAbstract
Andrea Viterbi, Stefano Massaglia, Danielle Borra; presented by Alessio Lazzari
(all Università di Torino, Italy)
The use of new media in the breweries and wineries of Cuneo district (NW Italy)Abstract
Heber Rodrigues, Jordi Ballester, Dominique Valentin
(all Université de Bourgogne Dijon, France)
Wine minerality: A social representation approachAbstract
Geoffrey Lewis
(Melbourne Business School, Australia)
Benoît Lecat
(ESC Dijon, France)
Do the French have superior palates… but no better sense of value? An experimental studyAbstract
Denton Marks
(University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, USA)
Ratings, Words, and Wine Learning as A Gordian Knot.Abstract
11:00 – 11:20Coffee Break
11:20 – 12:35 Room – Cilindro Sur CICUNC
Session #6A: Argentina
Chair: Aldo Biondolillo
National University of Cuyo, Argentina
Aldo Biondolillo
(National University of Cuyo, Argentina)
Econometric Analysis of the Argentine Wine MarketAbstract
Susana Gordillo, Juan Tugores
(both University of Barcelona, Spain)
Gabriela Lizana
(Aproem Mendoza, Argentina)
Semi-Hidden Factors in the Crisis of Viticulture in Mendoza Abstract
Full Text Spanish
Carlos Abihaggle
(Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, Argentina)
Leonardo González Luque,
Alfredo Aciar
(both IDEAL Foundation, Argentina)
The impact of the Argentine wine industry crisis on the different links of the production chainAbstract
Jorge A. Day
(Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, Argentina)
Over-production or recession? Causes of the low prices of table wine in ArgentinaAbstract
11:20 – 12:35Room – Cilindro Norte CICUNC
Session #6B: Demand
Chair: Marianne McGarry Wolf,
California Polytech, USA
Mark A. Bonn, Meehee Cho
(both Florida State University, USA)
Product and Brand Attributes, Spending Behavior and Attitude Function Theory: A Segmentation Analysis of the US Luxury Wine MarketAbstract
Max Pisso, William Weber
(Unisinos University, Brazil)
Giving Wine as a Present. Buying Process, Symbolism and Meaning for Brazilian ConsumersAbstract
Marianne McGarry Wolf, Mitch Wolf
(California Polytech, USA)
Is There a Target Consumer for Fair Trade Wine in the United States?Abstract
Georges Giraud, Monia Saïdi,
Yves Lefur
(all AgroSup Dijon, France)
Are French wine consumers closer to Minerve or Bacchus?Abstract
11:20 – 12:35 Room – Cilindro Central CICUNC
Session #6C: Organization II
Chair: Guenter Schamel
Free University Bozen-Bolzano, Italy
Donald Cyr
(Brock University, Canada)
Chris Simes
(Queens University, Canada)
Exit and Entry in Niagara Viticulture 1997 – 2010Abstract
Etienne Choupay
(University of Santiago, Chile)
The inter-organizational trust of the actors in a wine cluster as a distinguishing element for its competitivenessAbstract
Guenter Schamel
(Free University Bozen-Bolzano, Italy)
Can German Wine Cooperatives compete on Quality?Abstract
Martin Kunc
(University of Warwick, UK)
Mapping the use of Operations Research in the Wine IndustryAbstract
11:20 – 12:35Room – Aula Magna Fac. Odontología
Session #6D: Non-Wine, Health
Chair: Sonya Huffman, Iowa State University, USA
Kyrre Rickertsen
(Norwegian Univ of Life Sciences, Norway)
Geir Wæhler Gustavsen,
Arnstein Øvrum
(Norwegian Agricultural Economics Research Institute, Norway)
Fish Consumption Across Generations – A Life Cycle ApproachAbstract
Wallace E. Huffman, Katie Lacey
(both Iowa State University, USA)
Consumer Demand for Potato Products and Willingness to Pay for Low Acrylami-de, Sulfite Free, Fresh Potatoes and Potato Dices: Evidence from Lab AuctionsAbstract
Sonya Huffman
(Iowa State University, USA)
Marian Rizov
(Middlesex University Business School, London, UK)
Diet, Lifestyle and Happiness: Application to Russian DataAbstract
Michael Darden, Douglas Nelson
(Tulane University, USA)
Wine, Alcohol, and Cardiovascular Health: Revisiting the Health Benefits of Wine in the Framingham Heart StudyAbstract
12:40 – 14:00Lunch Break
14:00 – 16:00 Room – Cilindro Central CICUNC
Chair: Kym Anderson
University of Adelaide, Australia
Steve Stein
(University of Miami, Florida, USA)
The History of the Argentine Wine in 3 GlassesAbstract
Steve Stein
(University of Miami, Florida, USA)
Years of Growth…Moments of Crisis: The State and the Argentine Wine Industry, 1950-1980Abstract
Eva Fernández
(Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain)
Vicente Pinilla
(University of Zaragoza, Spain)
The wine industry in Spain: responses to domestic and global market forces, 1850-2010Abstract
Kym Anderson
(University of Adelaide, Australia)
Growth and Cycles in Australia’s Wine Industry: A Comparative Economic History, 1843 to 2013Abstract
Willem H. Boshoff; presented by Nick Vin
(both University of Stellenbosch, South Africa)
Three hundred years of cyclicality in South African wine productionAbstract
Julian Alston, Jim Lapsley
(both UC Davis, USA)
A Brief Economic History of the U.S. Wine IndustryAbstract
16:00 – 16:30Coffee Break
16:30 – 17:45 Room – Cilindro Sur CICUNC
Session #8A: Miscellaneous Topics 2
Chair: Olivier Gergaud, KEDGE Business School Bordeaux, France
Jean-Marie Cardebat
(University of Bor-deaux, France)
Olivier Gergaud
(KEDGE Business School Bordeaux, France)
Pierre Régibeau
(Imperial College London, UK)
The determinants of restaurant wine mark-ups: Does more intense competition lead to more uniformity.Abstract
William Foster, Gustavo Anríquez, Oscar Melo, Jorge Ortega
(all Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile)
Is there a “wine premium” in rural land values?Abstract
Olivier Gergaud
(KEDGE Business School Bordeaux, France)
Andrew Plantinga
(UC Santa Barbara, USA)
Aurélie Ringe-val-Deluze
(Université de Reims, France)
Anchoring and Property Prices: The Influence of Echelles Des Cru Ratings on Land Sales in the Champagne Region of FranceAbstract
Philippe Masset,
Jean-Philippe Weisskopf
(both Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne, Switzerland)
Benoit Faye, Eric Le Fur, Stéphanie Prat
(both INSEEC Bordeaux, France)
Red obsession: the ascent of fine wine in ChinaAbstract
16:30 – 17:45Room – Cilindro Central CICUNC
Session #8B: Reputation and Region 2
Chair: Alessio Lazzari, Università di Torino, Italy
Jon Hanf, Erik Schweickert,
Ana Khitarishvili
(all Univ Geisenheim, Germany)
PDO and PGI importance for Georgian Wine Promotion - Will Georgia benefit from Geographical Indication at International Market?Full Text
Felipe Bastarrica
(Universidad Católica del Uruguay)
Is Uruguay a New World country? A comparative study against Argentina, Australia, Chile, New Zealand, South Africa and United StatesAbstract
Marco Quijano-Rico
(Viñedo y Cava Loma de Puntalarga, Colombia)
Overcoming Inherited Fears and Complexes of Distant Colonial Times in Tropical Cool Climate Viticulture. The Puntalarga Wine Growing ProjectAbstract
Andrea Dal Vecchio, Alessio Lazzari, Danielle Borra, Silvia Guidoni, Stefano Massaglia
(all Università di Torino, Italy)
Perception of the Concept of Sustainability in Wineries Producing Valle d’Aosta DOCAbstract
16:30 – 17:45Room – Aula Magna Fac. Odontología
Session #8C: Reputation and Region 2
Chair: Adeline Ugaglia,
Bordeaux Science Agro, France
Julien Cadot
(ISG Business School, France), Adeline Ugaglia (Bordeaux Science Agro, France)
Cooperative Strategy and Liquidation in the Bordeaux Wine IndustryAbstract
Patricio Rubio, Lionel Valenzuela, Teresita Arenas, Pilar Garate, Fernando Yanine
(all Univ Técnica Federico Santa María, Chile)
Sergio Maturana
(Pontificia Univ Católica de Chile)
Fundamentals of a Systematic Methodology to Achieve Sustainability in the Strategic Models of the WineryAbstract
Ricardo Palma, Gabriela Tomazzeli, Raymundo Forradellas
(Univ Nacional de Cuyo, Argentina)
Joice Goes, Laurence Saglietto
(Université de Nice, France)
Where an When to optimize the Wine Supply Chain in the sustainability aspects - Comparative analysis for the Regions of the South-East of France and MendozaAbstract
Gustavo Ferreira
(Virginia Tech, USA)
An Econometric Analysis of the Impact of Extension Viticulture Programs in VirginiaAbstract
16:30 – 17:45Room – Cilindro Norte CICUNC
Session #8D: Global and Trade
Chair: Aldo Biondolillo,
National University of Cuyo, Argentina
Aldo Biondolillo
(National University of Cuyo, Argentina), Bruno Escalona (Caucasia Wine Thinking, Argentina)
Econometric Analysis of Argentine Bottled Wine ExportsAbstract
Antoine Bouet
(Univ Bordeaux, France)
Charlotte Emlinger
(CEPII, France)
Viola Lamani
(Univ Bordeaux, France)
The determinants of Cognac exports and their structure by qualityAbstract
Hildegard Garming, Kathrin Strohm, Walter Dirksmeyer
(all Thünen Institute of Farm Economics, Germany)
Low profits in grape production for bulk wine – results from an international benchmarking at the farm levelAbstract
Kanae Musha, Takao Iida
(both Sapporo University, Japan)
Recent Situation and Future Perspective of Japanese Wine in HokkaidoAbstract
19:00 – about 23.00 Conference Dinner
Buses leave from CICUNC at 18:00
MAY 29, 2015
9:00 – 18:00
Tour of Mendoza Vineyards and Wineries
Visit &Tasting

Lunch & Visit & Tasting

Buses leave from the Hyatt Hotel at 9am
MAY 30, 2015
9:00 – 18:00
Tour of Mendoza Vineyards and Wineries
Visit &Tasting

Lunch & Visit & Tasting

Buses leave from the Hyatt Hotel at 9am