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Enometrics XIX
Coimbra & Viseu - PT  May 30 - June 02, 2012

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General Overview of the Scientific Program

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ATTENTION: schedule change as of 12/05/22

Wednesday, May 30 / COIMBRA

13:30 -14:00

Registration & Welcome of the participants

14:00 -15:00
Opening & Keynote Speech: Tim HOGG

15:00 -15:20

Coffee Break

15:20 -17:20

S1 - GASTRONOMY & WAY OF LIFE
17:20 -17:40
Transfer to Coimbra University
17:40 -19:00
Visit of Coimbra University
19:30 - 21:00
Cocktail Reception (ESAC) + interpretation of "Fado of Coimbra"
21:00 - 22:30
Transfer by bus to VISEU

 

Thursday, May 31 / VISEU

09:00 - 09:30

Registration & Welcome of the participants

09:30 -11:30

11:30 -12:00

Coffee Break

12:00 -13:00

S3 - SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

13:00 -14:15

Lunch

14:15 -15:00

Keynote Speech: Arlindo CUNHA
15:00 -16:30
S4 - CONSUMER BEHAVIOR

16:30 -17:00

Coffee Break

17:00 -18:00

S5 - BRANDS, PACKAGING, MARKETING

18:00 - 19:00
GENERAL ASSEMBLY of VDQS
20:30
Dinner Reception

 

Friday, June 1 / VISEU

09:00 - 10:00

S6 - PRODUCTION and SUPPLY CHAIN

10:00 - 10:15

Coffee Break

10:15 - 11:15

11:15 - 11:30

Coffee Break

11:30 - 13:00

13:00 - 14:00

Lunch

14:00 - 16:00

16:00 - 16:30

Coffee Break
16:30 - 17:45
S10- RANKING
17:45 - 18:45
CLOSING & PERSPECTIVES - Boris BRAVO-URETA
  S11- VIRTUAL SESSION
18:45 -
VDQS AWARD & Prizes
Last Drink (before tomorrow) - Solar do Dão: " Dão de Honra" wine tasting commented by the "Confraria dos Enófilos do Dão" (Dão's Wine Brotherhood)
  FREE EVENING

 

Saturday, June 2 / VISEU DÃO DOURO PORTO

08:30 - 09:00

Pick up at the hotels
  Wine tourism: visit of the Dão and Douro region
  PROGRAM
20:00
Arrival in Porto

Download of the full program
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Detailed Scientific Program

 
Wednesday, May 30 / COIMBRA

13:30 - 14:00 Registration & welcome

14:00 - 14:15 OPENING Maria João CARDOSO, vice president IPC and José Gaspar, president of ESAC
14:15 - 15:00 Keynote Speech: Tim HOGG, Professor at Universidade Católica do Porto:
 

15:00 - 15:20 Coffee Break


15:20 - 17:20 S1 - GASTRONOMY & WAY OF LIFE
Chaired by

  Crisis of the Dominant Model of Gastronomy and Democratisation of Gastronomy
BARRERE Christian, BONNARD Quentin, CHOSSAT Véronique
Université de Reims, FR
   
  Rótulos terapêuticos do vinho do porto
BORGES Inês
CEAUCP/CAM-GEMA; (CIJVS), PT
   
  The Impact of Food and Wine Knowledge, Wine Acidity Level, Wine Sweetness
Level, and Wine Tannin on perceived Match with Food

HARRINGTON Robert, KOONES Rebeckah, GOZZI Mario, MCCARTHY Michelle
University of Arkansas- US
   
  Geographical Indications in the Olive Oil Market: does Social Identity matter?
PANZONE Luca, BORLA Stefania, Di VITA Giuseppe, D’AMICO Mario
University of Manchester, UK & University of Catania, IT
   
  Strange Brew: European Lagers Not So Distinct?
GOLDSTEIN Robin, ALMENBERG Johan, CAMPBELL Seamus, DREBER Anna
Culinary Institute of America, US
   
  Consumer Preferences and Certifications of Origin: the Case of dry-cured Ham
GARAVAGLIA Christian, MARIANI Paolo
University of Milano--Bicocca, IT
   

17:20 - 17:40 Transfer to Coimbra University

17:40 - 19:00 Visit of Coimbra University
19:30 - 21:00 Cocktail Reception (ESAC) + interpretation of "Fado of Coimbra"
21:00 - 22:30 Transfer by bus to VISEU

 


  Thursday, May 31 / VISEU
 

09:00 - 09:30 Registration & welcome


09.30 - 11.30
S2 - COMPETITIVITY, EFFICIENCY and COOPERATION
Chaired by
 

Strategic Development of Varietal Vineyards in the Czech Republic
SEDLO Jiří, TOMŠÍK Pavel, CHLÁDKOVÁ Helena, GURSKÁ Sylvie
Mendel University in Brno, Winegrower Association of the Czech Republic

   
 
Increasing Competitiveness of Wine Producers in Strategic Alliances VOC
PROKEŠ Martin, TOMŠÍK Pavel
Faculty of Business and Economics, Mendel University Brno - CZ
   
  The Technical Efficiency of Wine Grape Growers in the Murray–Darling Basin in Australia
COELLI Tim, MOREY Kris, SANDERS Orion
University of Queensland, AU
   
  Analysis of the Factors that Determine the Competitiveness of the Wine Industry in Extremadura (Spain)
MESIAS, Francisco J.; PULIDO, Francisco; PULIDO, Angel F.
University of Extremadura, ES
   
  Technical Efficiency in Wine Grape Production: a Block Level Analysis Accounting for Farm Effects
BRAVO-URETA Boris, TRONCOSO Javier L., MOREIRA V., WALL A.
University of Connecticut, US; University of Talca & University Austral, CL, University of Oviedo, ES
   
  Generic Communication and Cooperation in the French Wine Industry
LANOTTE Hervé, TRAVERSAC Jean-Baptiste
Université de Picardie Jules Verne & UMR SAD-APT INRA AgroParisTech, FR
   
11:30 - 12:00 Coffee Break

12:00 - 13:00 S3 - SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Chaired by
 

Economical Success Factors of Pesticide Reduction in Grape Growing / Les facteurs économiques de réussite de la réduction des pesticides en viticulture
ALONSO UGAGLIA Adeline, PERES Stéphanie
USC GAIA 1320, Bordeaux Sciences Agro - FR

   
  Biodynamics and Viticulture: from Militancy to Market Niches?
GARCIA-PARPET Marie-France
INRA, FR
   
  The Method for the Improvement of Viability of Vineyards and Wine Quality
VELIKSAR Sofia, LEMANOVA Natalya, SCORBANOVA Elena
Institute of Genetics and Plant Physiology, Moldova - RU
   
  An Economic and Financial Approach to the Conversion to Organic Farming - Conversion to Organic Grape Growing
ALONSO UGAGLIA Adeline, DEL’HOMME Bernard
USC GAIA 1320, Bordeaux Sciences Agro - FR
   
13:00 - 14:15 Lunch
14:15 - 15:00 Keynote Speech: Arlindo CUNHA, Presidente Comissão Vitivinicola Regional do Dão
 

15:00 - 16:30
S4 - CONSUMER BEHAVIOR
Chaired by
 
Buying Habits for Alcoholic Drinks: A Greek Market Research
ASTERIOU Dimitrios, DILMPERI Athina, SIRIOPOULOS Costas
Hellenic Open University, Patras - GR, University of Cranfield, London - UK
   
  Targeting Green Consumers
BARBER Nelson
University of New Hampshire, US
 
  Putting Your Money Where Your Mouth Is: The Value of Low Purchase Intention Consumers to Product Pricing
BARBER Nelson, BISHOP Melissa
University of New Hampshire, US
 
  French Consumer Behaviour for Syrah / Shiraz / Perception des consommateurs français sur la Syrah / Shiraz
SERIEYS Michel
ISARA-Lyon- FR
 
  Analisi delle preferenze del consumatore di vino presso il canale Ho.Re.Ca.
FOTI Vera Teresa, TIMPANARO Giuseppe
Università Agraria diCatania, IT
   
16:30 - 17:00 Coffee Break

17:00 - 18:00 S5 - BRANDS, PACKAGING, MARKETING
Chaired by

  Experience of Consumer and Interactive Labelling of the Wine / Consommation expérientielle et étiquetage interactif du vin
COURET Frédéric
Bordeaux Sciences Agro - FR
   
  Marketing toward Consumer Lifestyle to Build Brand Equity and Increase Revenue
BARBER Nelson, TAYLOR D. Christopher
University of New Hampshire, & Eastern New Mexico University, US
   
  A Marketing Response Model for Rising Wine and Shrinking Beer Sales in Germany.
POLASEK Wolfgang
HIS Vienna, AT & CMUP Porto, PT
   
  Branding Wines in a Flat World
MIGDALIS Nikolaos
University of Patras - GR

18:00 - 19:00 GENERAL ASSEMBLY of VDQS

20:30 Dinner Reception

 


Friday, June 01 / VISEU


09:00-10:00 S6 - PRODUCTION and SUPPLY CHAIN
Chaired by
  Buyer-Seller Relationships in Port Wine Distribution
SEQUEIRA Luís
The Fladgate Partnership - PT
   
  Contracting in the Wine Supply Chain with Bilateral Moral Hazard, Residual Clemency and Multi Tasking
STEINER Bodo
University Cork, IE
   
  The Impact of Climate Change on Established and Emerging Wine Regions of Ontario, Canada
SHAW Tony B.
Brock University - St. Catharines, Ontario, CA
   
10:00 - 10:15 Coffee Break

10:15 - 11:15 S7 - ECONOMETRICS and EXPERIMENT
Chaired by
  Modelización de la copetividad en el mercado del vino de la Unión Europea.
CASTILLO VALERO Juan Sebastian, GARCIA CORTIJO
Instituto de Desarrollo Regional (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha) - ES
   
  Risk Taking when Buying Wine: an Experimental Investigation
OUTREVILLE J. François
HEC Montréal) - CA
   
  Motivational Factors of Gender, Income and Age on Selecting a Bottle of Wine
BARBER Nelson, DONOVAN Janis
University of New Hampshire, US
   
  Latent Trends in Wine Consumption. A Panel Study of Hungary
SZIGETI Judith, PODRUZSIK Szilard
Corvinus University of Budapest, HU
   

11:15 - 11:30 Coffee Break


11:30 - 13:00 S8 - INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION
Chaired by
  Entry Barriers, Strategies and Post-Entry Performance of Micro- and Nano-breweries in Denmark
BENTZEN Jan, SMITH Valdemar
Aarhus University - DK
   
  Multinational Firms in the World Wine Industry: who and where?
OUTREVILLE J. François, HANNI Michael
HEC Montréal, CA & ICER-Turin, IT, UNCTAD Geneva, CH
   
  Marsala Wine and Porto Wine, two Important Stories and two Great Wines in Comparison. The Current Market Situation and Opportunities.
CHIRONI Stefania, INGRASSIA Marzia, COLUMBA Pietro
HEC Montréal, CA & ICER-Turin, IT, UNCTAD Geneva, CH
   
  Internationalization Strategies of Companies in the Wine Industry in Portugal - Context, Forms of Action and Performance
VIVAS Carla; SOUSA António
Instituto Politécnico de Santarém & Universidade de Évora, PT
   
  Comments on Economic Empowerment and Social Transformation in the South African Wine Industry.
VAN ROOYEN Johan, NGWAKO Sefoko, D’HAESE Luc, D’HAESE Marijke
University of Stellenbosch, ZA, University of Antwerp, University of Ghent, BE
   
13:00 - 14:00 Lunch

14:00 - 16:00 S9 - LOCAL and INTERNATIONAL MARKETS
Chaired by
  A New Statistical Methodology for the Evaluation of Wine Information on the Export Markets of Some Italian Wines
BOATTO Vasco, SALMASO Luigi, ROSSETTO Luca, BARISAN Luigino, DJUMBOUNG L. Danièle A., DEPPIERI GiuliaResearch Center for the Viticulture and Enology (Cirve), Dep. of Management and Engineering & Dep. of Land Environment, Agriculture and Forestry, University of Padova – IT
   
  On being forced to be born global: Internationalisation, Competition Awards, and a New Test of Alternative Internationalisation Paths
HOJMAN David E.
University of Liverpool Management School - UK
   
  Globalisation Strategies of Chilean Wine Exporters
HOJMAN David E.
University of Liverpool Management School - UK
   
  The Relevance of Wine in the New Zealand’s International Trade
MIGHELI Matteo
University of Eastern Piedmont and IEL – IT
   
  The Market for Alcoholic Beverages in Japan
NINOMIYA Mari, ENOMOTO Keiichiro.
Fukuoka University - JP
   
  An Analysis of Wine Consumption Trends in Japan: the Past and the Future
OMURA Makiko, EBIHARA Kensuke, SAKURAI Yuka
Meiji Gakuin University - JP
   
  Marketing Channels in the Wine Sector: Wine Distributors in Catalonia as a Case Study
ESCOBAR, Cristina; GIL, José María
CREDA (Center for Agro-food Economy and Development), ES
   
  Does the Euro Exchange Rate Matter for French Wine Exports?
FIGUET Jean-Marc, CARDEBAT Jean-Marie
Université Montesquieu-Bordeaux, FR
   
16:00 - 16:30 Coffee Break

16:30 - 17:45
S10 - RANKING
Chaired by
  Who is the Expert? On the Determinants
CAGGIANO Giovanni, GALIZZI Matteo, LEONIDA Leone
University Padua, University Brescia – IT, University of London - UK
   
  Cin Cin!
Competing for the Leadership in the Italian Sparkling Wine Market: Franciacorta versus Trento

GALIZZI Matteo Maria, MINIACI Raffaele
LSE Royal Holloway University London – UK, University of Brescia - IT
   
  The Portuguese WineRatings: An Old Product, a New Assessment
REBELO João, CALDAS José
University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro (UTAD) - PT
   
  Weak Form Efficiency of Investment Grade Wine Prices
ERDÖS Péter, ORMOS Mihaly
Budapest University of Technology and Economics, HU
   

17:45 - 18:45
CLOSING & PERSPECTIVES
Chaired by BRAVO-URETA Boris
  From Grapes to Wine: an Overview of a Chilean Success Story
BRAVO-URETA Boris, JARA ROJAS Roberto, TRONCOSO Javier L.
University of Connecticut, US;University of Talca, CL

 

18:45 VDQS AWARD & Prizes
Last Drink (before tomorrow) - Solar do Dão: " Dão de Honora" wine tasting commented by the "Confraria dos Enófilos do Dão" (Dão's Wine Brotherhood)
FREE EVENING
 


S11 - VIRTUAL SESSION

  The Gastronomic Districts?
BONNARD Quentin
Laboratoire REGARDS, Université de Reims, FR
 
Cooperation in Wine-tourism and its Role in the Development of Disadvantaged and Isolated Areas.
PITOSKA Electra
School of Management & Economics of Western Macedonia, KOZANI, GR
  Comparative Efficiency of Producer Co-Operatives and Conventional Firms in a Mixed Sample of Winemaking Companies.
BRANDANO Maria Giovanna, DETOTTO Claudio, VANNINI Marco
University of Sassari, IT
  Package Profiles and the Role of Brand: The Case of Valpolicella Wines
BEGALLI Diego, CAPITELLO Roberta, AGNOLI Lara
Department of Business Administration, University of Verona – IT
  Building Brands through Digital Marketing and Social Media in the Italian Wine Sector
BEGALLI Diego, CAPITELLO Roberta, CODURRI Stefano
Department of Business Administration, University of Verona – IT
  Bottled Wine Labels: Segmentation and Preferences for Attributes of Design, Color and Form in Santiago, Chile
MORA Marcos, SCHNETTLER Berta, ALVAREZ José
Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Universidad de La Frontera, Temuco - CL
  Proposition : Les problèmes juridiques liés à l’utilisation des marques pour des vins bénéficiant d’une appellation d’origine protégée
CAYRON Jocelyne
Université de Marseille, FR
  The Demand for Winegrapes in California
FULLER Kate B, ALSTON Julian M.
University of California, Davis - US
  How much is for the Reduction of Income Insecurity? The Case of Wine Growers in the Region of Veneto in Italy
TRESTINI Samuele, BOATTO Vasco
Università degli Studi di Padova, IT
  The Political making of a Wine Market: The Case of French « PAYS D’OC » Varietal Wines
BLANCANEAUX Romain
Institute for Political Studies, Bordeaux, FR
  What motivates Wine Tourism: an Application of the Best-Worst Method and Discrete Choice Experiment
BEN-NUN Livnat, COHEN, Eli
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev - IL
  Fine Wine Indices: A Comparison of Index Construction Techniques
MASSET Philippe, WEISSKOPF Jean-Philippe
Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne, Université de Fribourg - CH
   


Saturday, June 2 / VISEU DÃO DOURO PORTO

08:30 - 09:00 Pick up at the hotels
09:00 - Vine tourism: visit of the Dão region
PROGRAM
19:00 Arrival in Porto
 
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