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Oenométrie XVI
au Restaurant d'application de l'EHPN

Namur - 20 - 23 mai 2009

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Programme OEnometrie XVI VDQS EuAWE Namur 2009

 

 


Canevas du programme scientifique

Jeudi 21 mai 2009

14h30 - 15h30

 

Inscription & pot de bienvenue

15h30 - 18h00

Session : Economie Expérimentale

18h00 - ... ... ...

 

Namur en Fête


 
Vendredi 22 mai 2009

08h30 - 09h00

Inscription & café

09h00-10h15

Ouverture et Conférences introductives

10h30-11h45

Subjective Aspects and "Quality Wine"

11h50 - 14h50

Visite et Lunch

15h00-16h30

Price & Market

16h45-18h00

Production - Reputation - Demand

18h00-18h45

Conférence-Dégustation sur le chocolat

19h00 - 20h00

Visite du Musée Félicien Rops

20h30 ... ... ...

Dîner officiel, Château de Namur


 
Samedi 23 mai 2009

08h30 - 08h45

Inscription & café

08h45-10h15

Management - Competitiveness - Performance

10h30-12h30

Wine's Consumers Behaviors

12h30 - 13h30

Lunch

13h30-15h15

From Winegrowers to Winemerchants

15h15-17h00

Tourism and Regional Economics

17h00-17h30

Prix de la VDQS et pot de cloture

17h30 - 18h30

Assemblée Générale EuAWE-VDQS-SQG

 

Jeudi 21 mai 2009 :


14h30 - 15h30 : Inscription & pot de bienvenue à Namur

15h30 - 18h00 : Session "Economie Expérimentale"
Présidé par : Pierre COMBRIS

Consumers’ Preferences, Purchasing Decisions and Product Information:
Evidence from a Beer Tasting Experiment

Matteo Maria GALIZZI University of Brescia and Queen Mary, University of London
& Christian GARAVAGLIA University of Milano-Bicocca and KITeS-CESPRI, Bocconi University

Drinking Beer in consonant and dissonant Contexts: an experimental Investigation
Christophe COQUILLAT, Fabrice GALIA, Bertrand SIROT, Pierre SONIER, Angela SUTAN, Dominique VALENTIN
Burgundy School of Business, Centre Européen des Sciences du Goût, University of Burgundy

 


Vendredi 22 mai 2009

08h30 - 09h00 : Inscription & café


09h00 - 10h15 : Session d'Ouverture
Présidé par : Maurizio CIASCHINI, Président

10h30 - 11h45 : Session 1 : Subjective Aspects and "Quality Wine"
Présidé par : Kym ANDERSON

Does economic Analysis need a Theory of Taste? What Philosophy of Taste teaches us
Christian BARRÈRE OMI, University of Reims

Impact of Expertise on the Concept of “vin de garde”: perceptive and linguistic Approach
Jennifer LANGLOIS 1
, Catherine DACREMONT 1,2, Dominique PEYRON 1,3 , Danièle DUBOIS 4
Burgondy University: 1 Centre des Sciences du Goût ; 2 ENSBANA; 3 IUVV Jules Guyot; 4 LCPE-LAM

Consumer Emotions and Preferences an empirical Analysis in two Italian Denomination of Origin Wines
Lara AGNOLI,
Diego BEGALLI, Stefano CODURRI Università degli Studi di Verona – Italia

Cin Cin! Competing for the Leadership in the Italian Sparkling Wine Market: Franciacorta versus Trento
Matteo Maria GALIZZI,
Raffaele MINIACI University of Brescia

The role of Palermo’s Wine Shops in the Business of quality Wine
Stefania CHIRONI, Marzia INGRASSIA

Department of Economics and Agro-forestry Systems, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Palermo, Italy

Demand Development of Wine Market of Czech Republic
Sylvie GURSKÁ,
Helena CHLÁDKOVÁ, Pavel TOMŠĺK
Departement of management, Provozně ekonomická fakulta, Brno, Czech Republic

 

15h00 - 16h30 : Session 2 : Price & Market
Présidé par : Silvia GATTI

Wine Ratings and Prices for Red Bordeaux
Denton MARKS Department of Economics, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, USA

The Land of Oenoeuros Wine as the Source of regional Inflation: the peculiar Case of Rioja
Mikel LARREINA,
Fernando GÓMEZ-BEZARES Universidad Comercial de Deusto

Bordeaux Wine Prices and Expert Ratings (résumé en français)
Charles WYPLOSZ
Institut de Hautes Etudes Internationales et du Développement

Willingness to pay for Wine Attributes in the different Distribution Channels
Maria Bonaria LAI,
Theresa Del GIUDICE, Eugenio POMARICI, Fabio VERNEAU
Università degli Studi di Cagliari, Facoltà di Economia

Odd Prices for odd Bottles at VDP Auctions?
Henrich BRUNKE,
Franziska THIEMANN, Rolf A.E. MUELLER
Christian-ALBRECHTS-University, Kiel, Germany

Market Changes in Portuguese Wine after EU Integration
Orlando SIMÕES
CERNAS, Escola Superior Agrária de Coimbra, Portugal

 

16h45 - 18h00 : Session 3 : Production - Reputation - Demand
Présidé par : Robert PLASMAN

Choices of Wine Consumption Measure of Interaction Terms and Attributes
Magali AUBERT, Véronique MEURIOT INRA & UMR 1110, CIRAD & UPR 88 ARENA

Evolution of Demand and recent dynamics of the brewing Industry in Italy: beyond the resource-partitioning Model
Christian GARAVAGLIA CESPRI – Bocconi University, & Faculty of Statistics, University of Milano-Bicocca, Milan, Italy

Individual and Collective Reputation: Lessons from the Wine Market
Stefano CASTRIOTA
Universitá di Trento , Italy

What Future for the Appellations of "Low Reputation"? Reflections from the Case of the Bergerac Appellation. (résumé en français)
Nathalie CORADE
, Bernard DEL’HOMME
Université de Bordeaux; UMR 5185 ADES; EGERIE, ENITA.B

Economic Challenges of "the Drink of the Gods" in Japan
Tatiana BOUDZINE-CHAMEEVA, Mari NINOMIYA
Bordeaux Management School , France; Faculty of Commerce, Fukuoka University, Japan

Wine Merchants’ role in the Wine Sector : A Theoretical Approach Proposal ? (résumé en français)
Sofya BRAND
(a,b), Marie-Claude BÉLIS-BERGOUIGNAN (a), Nathalie CORADE (b)
a
GREThA UMR 5113, Université Montesquieu Bordeaux IV ; b ENITA de Bordeaux

18h00 - 18h45 : Conférence invitée
Présidé par : Robert PLASMAN

Le Chocolat : les associations de goût

Dominique PERSOONE, Shock-o-Latier


Samedi 22 mai 2009

08h45 - 10h15 : Session 4 : Management - Competitiveness - Performance
Présidé par : Stefania CHIRONI

 

Power Asymmetries in the Wine Chain Implications for the Management of the Chain
Jon HANF*, Erik SCHWEICKERT**, Vera BELAYA*
* Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Central and East Europe Halle , Germany
** Fachhochschule Wiesbaden, Campus Geisenheim, Germany

How to produce Vinho Verde – A Multimedia Information System
José Luís REIS*, Pedro NEVES**, Paulo MARTINS*
* Comissão de Viticultura da Região dos Vinhos Verdes, Porto, Portugal
** Userdesign.org Interaction – Design , Lisboa, Portugal

Small Champagne Wineries: Typology and Determinants of Performance
Francis DECLERCK,
ESSEC Business School Paris-Singapore , France

Enterprises and Markets of Quality Wines an Evaluation in Collio ( Italy)
Francesco MARANGON, Stefania TROIANO, Jean-Pierre ZACCOMER
University of Udine - Italy

The Power of Communication as one of the most important Marketing Tool for Competitiveness of Wine Producers
Stefania CHIRONI, Marzia INGRASSIA
Department of Economics and Agro-forestry Systems, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Palermo , Italy

 

10h30 - 12h30 : Session 5 : Wine's Consumers Behaviors
Présidé par : Nelson BARBER

Survey about Wine Consumption
Jean-Sébastien WENGER
Laboratoire de modèles mathématiques, Genève Switzerland

Wine Purchase and Consumption Behaviour of young Adults in Portugal
Is Age a Differentiation Factor?

Joana MADEIRA, Filomena DUARTE,Madalena BARREIRA
Universidade Tecnica de Lisboa – Portugal

Young Adults and the Consumer of Wine Perceptions, Attitudes and Behaviour
Ana Patricia SILVA,
Isabel FIGUEIREDO, Timothy HOGG, Miguel SOTTOMAYOR
Escola Superior de Biotecnologia da Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Lisboa

Willingness to Pay for Personalized Wine Advertising: An Experiment with Bourgogne Wines
Joëlle BROUARD, Christophe COQUILLAT, Bertrand SIROT, Pierre SONIER, Angela SUTAN
IMV (Institute for Wine Management), LESSAC, Burgundy School of Business, Dijon

Wine Bottle Closure: The importance to Millennials and Baby Boomers during Purchase Situations
Nelson BARBER,
D. Christopher TAYLOR
Texas Tech University; Eastern New Mexico State University , USA

Self-evaluation of Health and Alcohol consumption
Sara CARDON, Amélie GOOSSENS, Robert PLASMAN
DULBEA, University of Brussels, Belgium

Is Alcohol a Drug among Others ? (résumé en français)
Souhail CHICHAH, Gungor KARAKAYA
Dulbea, Free University Brussel, Belgium

 

 

13h30 - 15h15 : Session 6 : From Winegrowers to Winemerchants
Présidé par : Benoît MAHY

Wine Business Strategies for a Global Industry
Robert SMILEY, Alison CROWE Graduate School of Management, University of California Davis, USA

Managing the unexpected: Media Role and Firms’ Reactivity during and after the Brunello Crisis
Alessio CAVICCHI,
Cristina SANTINI, Elena BECCACECE Università di Macerata , Italy

The Integration of Environmental Aspects into the Activities
of Operators of Distribution ( The Case of Bordeaux Wine Industry)
(résumé en français)

Adeline UGAGLIA, Bernard DEL’HOMME Université de Bordeaux, EGERIE, ENITAB

The Wine Traceability in Romania
Dan BOBOC,
Victor MANOLE, Nicolae ISTUDOR
Faculty of Agro-food and Environmental Economics, University of Economic Studies Bucharest, Romania

Pour la mise en place d'indicateurs des communes viticoles en France (résumé en français)
François LEGOUY Maître de Conférences en géographie - Université d'Orléans, France

20 years of the C.A.P. in Spain: Impact in the sector of vineyard and the production of wine.(résumé en français) (resumen en español)
Gemma MOLLEVI BORTOLÓ
Chaire UNESCO “Culture et Traditions du Vin”, Burgundy University, Dijon, France

Export implicit financial Performance: are French Wine Companies exporting too much?
Philippe AURIER, Jean-Laurent VIVIANI
MOISA, SupAgro; CR2M, University of Montpellier; France

 

15h15 - 17h00 : Session 7 : Tourism and Regional Economics
Présidé par : Orlando SIMÕES

Wine Tourism: A positive Tool to reduce the Range of geographical Reputations within the Champagne Viticultural Region.
David MENIVAL,
Steve CHARTERS Reims Management School , France

Designations of Origin, the Wine Route, and the City
The results of a survey conducted among the residents of the city of Bologna
Fabio BOCCAFOGLI*, Davide COLLA**, Silvia GATTI**, Paola VARINI*
* MEDEC; ** Dipartimento Scienze Statistiche; Università di Bologna, Italia

Beyond the Cluster: how Wine drives regional Economy to Success. “Oenopolis”, the Case of Rioja
Mikel LARREINA, Ricardo AGUADO Universidad Comercial de Deusto, Bilbao, Spain

Gastronomy as an Attractive Issue for Luxury Tourism
Christian BARRÈRE,
Quentin BONNARD, Véronique CHOSSAT
OMI research centre - University of Reims, France

Tourism Development in Rural Areas: the case of the Etna Wine Route in Sicily
Giuseppina CARRÀ, Iuri PERI
Department of Agricultural Economics and Resources Evaluation - University of Catania, Italy

Wine Production in Denmark Do the Characteristics of the Vineyards affect the Chances for awards?
Jan BENTZEN,
Valdemar SMITH
Department of Economics, The Aarhus School of Business, Aarhus University, Denmark

Anatolian "Old World Wine" and its Place in the local and national Economy
Durmuş ÖZDEMIR
Department of Economics, Istanbul Bilgi University, Turkey

 


 17h00 - 17h30 : Prix de la VDQS & pot de clôture


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