European Association of Wine Economists​

What are the major journals for wine economists? Which ones are the most influential?

A communication by Jean-François Outreville, Lara Agnoli and Eric Le Fur

A survey for a peer evaluation of journals by wine economists was launched on June 19 this year. The information and link to the survey was sent to 440 valid email addresses of academic researchers who participated at recent annual meetings of the American Association of Wine Economics (AAWE), the European Association of Wine Economists (EuAWE) and the Academy of Wine Business Research (AWBR). Respondents were also asked to indicate those journals they currently have an association as a reviewer or previous author.

The objective of this survey is to present different approaches to list the best journals that researchers in the field of wine economics care about or value the most for their publications. This is an attempt to offer more than yet another journal ranking. This exercise is of potential merit for the field of wine economics and those active within it, especially young scholars who are facing a competitive environment.


EuAWE is an academic association of researchers in the field of Wine Economics founded in 2020

It follows the VDQS, also known as EuAWE which organised the first conference of Wine Economists in 1991 in Porrentruy, Switzerland.

EuAWE aims to develop knowledge in the field of Wine Economics

Creating links and meetings between researchers,  promoting exchanges between the world of research and professionals in the sector.

EuAWE has a mission to disseminate academic knowledge

Organisation of various events open to the public and workshops open to professionals. EuAWE is part of a collaborative approach with all the other organisations following the same objectives of promoting knowledge in Wine Economics.

EuAWE is supported by many institutional partners and companies in the sector

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EuAWE is a European association, governed by French law. It is located in Bordeaux, in the premises of the ISVV (Institut des Sciences de la Vigne et du Vin). It was created in 2019.

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Our missions

  • Promote knowledge in Wine Economics
  • Strengthen relationships among wine economists
  • Encourage collaboration between researchers and the wine industry
  • Develop links and synergies with other research networks