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EUAWE 1st CONFERENCE

18 - 21 MAY 2022
DOURO

Welcome to Vila Real

The European Association of Wine Economists (newly-founded in January 2020) is happy to announce that the 1st Conference will take place at the University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro (UTAD)

Please, download the full event booklet here !

 

EuAWE Research Seminar Series

 December 17th 2021  |  9:30 AM – 10:30 AM CET

 

Microsoft Teams meeting: Click here to join the meeting

 

Samuel Maveyraud

(GREThA, University of Bordeaux)

 

Will present the following paper:

 

New evidence on wine in French international trade (1848–1913):
Import discrimination as export quality promotion

 

 

Abstract: Using an original dataset and theoretical framework, this paper offers a reinterpretation of the French wine international trade after external shocks during wine globalization based on trade policy. To maintain external position, particularly after phylloxera, French authorities promoted the development of Algerian vineyards by complex discrimination in tariffs. We highlight a negative relationship between discrimination in tariff policy and market share for wine trade partners to the detriment of Spain, Italy and Portugal and in favor of Algeria. By combining a counterfactual analysis and two theoretical models, we consider Algeria as a new competitor in an imperfect competition. Moreover, using data of wine quality at a desegregated level, we reveal that the control of imports by France allowed the diversification of the range of exports and maximisation of profits.

 

Discussant: Romain Blancaneaux (UCLouvain University, romain_bx@hotmail.fr)

 

Contact: Jean-Marie Cardebat (Bordeaux University, jean-marie.cardebat@u-bordeaux.fr)

 

Organization: there will be 30 minutes of presentation followed by 20 minutes of discussion and Q&A. Participants can ask questions during or at the end of the talk. Please use Teams “raise hand” feature to indicate that you would like to ask a question.

EuAWE Research Seminar Series

April 13th 2021  |  9:00 AM – 10:00 AM CET

 

Microsoft Teams meeting: Click here to join the meeting

 

Edward Oczkowski

(Charles Sturt University)

 

Will present the following paper:

 

“Estimating supply functions for wine attributes: a two-stage hedonic approach”

 

Link to paper

 

Abstract: A vast body of literature exists on estimating hedonic price functions which relate the price of wine to its attributes. Some studies have employed producer specific variables such as quantity sold and producer reputation in hedonic functions to potentially capture supply influences on prices. This paper recognizes that the original Rosen (1974) hedonic theoretic framework excludes producer specific variables from the hedonic price function and justifies their inclusion only for second-stage attribute supply estimation. We use the two-stage Rosen approach employing data from multi-markets for the same wines to identify supply functions. The application to Australian produced wines demonstrates the importance of a wine’s quality and age as attributes in inverse supply functions. Counter to expectations a direct relation between producer size and marginal attribute costs is estimated which appears to be due to the method employed rather than the peculiarities of the data.

 

Discussant: Günter Schamel (Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, guenter.schamel@unibz.it)

 

Contact: Jean-Marie Cardebat (Bordeaux University, jean-marie.cardebat@u-bordeaux.fr)

 

Organization: there will be 30 minutes of presentation followed by 20 minutes of discussion and Q&A. Participants can ask questions during or at the end of the talk. Please use Teams “raise hand” feature to indicate that you would like to ask a question.

1rst EuAWE Board Meeting

January 27 – 28  | 2021

 

 

The board met for the first time in Bordeaux, on 27th and 28th of January 2020. The meeting tooke place at Bordeaux University, Campus Bastide, 35 avenue Abadie, 33100 Bordeaux.

The programme was the following :

Monday, January 27th 

14:00 Opening presentations of each researcher related to Wine Economics (synthesis of the work achieved, projects, and prospective vision of the major themes in Wine Economics). 10 minutes per presentation.

Presentation of the INTERREG SUDOE “VInCI” project

17:00 Round table with wine professionals (Gilles Brianceau, INNOVIN | Philippe Marion, Castel for Barton & Guestier, Patriarch and Listel  Laurent David, Winetech  | David Gaeta, Winemaker)

19:00 Social event

Tuesday, January 28th 

9:00 Presentation of the legal structure of the association, statutes, website and communication. General assembly to vote for president and vice presidents.

12:00 end of the meeting