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Enometrics XVIII
Angers [Loire Valley] FR  May 18 - 21, 2011

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Conference Presentation

Co-Chair of the Scientific Committee
Stefania  CHIRONI
CV
Università di Palermo
 
 
Marie-Claude PICHERY
CV
University of Burgundy
 
 


Scientific Committee
Kym ANDERSON
University of Adelaide
CV
Orley ASCHENFELTER
U. Princeton
CV
Nelson BARBER
University of New Hampshire
CV
Isabel  BARDAJI Azcárate
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
CV
Jan BENTZEN
U. Aarhus
CV
Boris BRAVO-URETA
U Connecticut, USA & U Talca, Chile
CV
Joëlle BROUARD
Burgundy School of Business WMI
CV
Maurizio CIASCHINI
Università di Macerata
CV
Pierre COMBRIS
INRA
CV
Nathalie CORADE
ENITA
CV
Silvia GATTI
Università degli studi di Bologna
CV
Théodore GEORGOPOULOS
Reims University
CV
Eric GIRAUD-HERAUD
INRA - Paris
CV
Danièle MEULDERS
U.L.Bruxelles
CV
Jean-François OUTREVILLE
HEC-Montreal - Quebec
CV
Robert PLASMAN
DULBEA
CV
Henri SERBAT
EuAWE
CV
Michel SERIEYS
ISARA-Lyon
CV
Orlando SIMÕES
Escola Superior Agrária de Coimbra
CV
Costas SIRIOPOULOS
Patras University
CV
Pavel TOMŠIK
Mendel University of Agriculture and Forestry in Brno
CV

Local Committee
Krista  DUNIACH
University of Angers - Granem
CV
Serge BLONDEL
Angers university
CV
Justin  COHEN
ESA Angers
CV
Michel  DARMON
Angers University
Dominique JONCHERAY
Angers University
CV
Dominique  LEMARCHAND
Angers University
Herve MENOU
Angers University
Jean-Michel MONNIER
Angers University
Dominique SAGOT-DUVAUROUX
angers university
CV
Catherine  STONA
Angers University

Organisation
Françoise BOURDON
U. Bourgogne, ,
Gal Secr. of VDQS
CV
 FedEco-Service

Our association brings together specialists from different disciplines who study questions regarding the vine and wine. We are all interested in topics related to the vine and wine.

We also share the conviction that our research and experience can make a contribution worthy of interest for professionals in vine and wine, both in the production and development of the product and in consumption or marketing. This contribution also applies to the analysis and understanding of markets, perception and quality assessment.

Any proposal of communication in whatever discipline, is admissible and will be examined by the members of the scientific committee. However communications must propose an approach validated by an objective analysis (and often quantitative) of data.The latter can be quantitative but also qualitative or value-based.


As a special topics in Gastronometrica, we will be discussed, this year, the impact of wines or restaurants citation in such gastronomics guide for its reputation and economic performance.


Thanks to

for its scientific and operational support


Thanks also to


for its sponsoring

This XVIII Symposium is organized under the patronage of the OIV (International Organisation of Vine and Wine)

OIV

 





>> Send your proposal <<

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DEADLINE for proposals: February 11 th,2011
PREFERENTIALS TOPICS for 2011  

Call

Wine & Laws or Regulations
Managed by :
Théodore Georgopoulos, Université de Reims
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Differents Aspects of Wine Sustainability and his Sustainable Development
Managed by : Nelson Barber, University of New Hampshire

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Culture-Art & Wine-Gastronomy [a Lifestyle?]
Managed by : Joëlle Brouard, University of Burgondy


All scientific researches on our traditional topics are also welcome:

Economic – Marketing & Management

• Economic, Quantitative or Econometric Analysis of Wine Market and Wine Sector

•  Employment (direct or generated)

•  Marketing for Wine Product

•  Specificity of Communication

 

Economic Analysis for Wine Industries

• Enogastronomical Tourism and New Activities

• Production Quality: Evaluation

• International Trade

• Factors Determining Sailing Price

 

Quality & Gastronomy

• Quality and Taste of Foodstuffs

• Test and Classifications

• Other Gastronometric Studies

 

Wine Development

• Quantitative History of Wine

• Geography of Territories and Terroirs

• Impact of Global Warming

• Modeling International Trade

 

Wine and Society

• Consumption & Market Share - Modeling Competition

• Alcoholism and Risks, Risks and Insurances

• Medical and Therapeutic Use - Public Health Policies

• Impact of Regulatory and Tax Legal Measurements

 

Any proposal of communication, whatever discipline, can be submitted to the scientific committee. The quantified approach of the analyzed problems is privileged

 

 

 
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