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Enometrics XXV
DIJON - FR - mai 23-25, 2018

Four plenary sessions (keynote speeches) are planned: S1 & S4.
They are provided by:

  • Giulia MELONI,
    KU Leuven, BE
  • Marie-Claude PICHERY,
    University of Burgundy, FR

  • Andrea MINUTO RIZZO,
    Italian Competition Authority, IT
  • Jean-Yves BIZOT,
    Pôle Bourgogne Vigne et Vin, FR

Seven plenary sessions are organized in which researchers from twenty-one different countries will present their work

A permanent session (Poster session) on the presentation of the Economy of the terroirs during the conference.

Program

Our conference will be held over three days from Wednesday, afternoon to Friday, evening.

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In the left column, under the "PDF" and/or "PPT" icon you find an access to the full text and/or presentation of the paper ...if the author send it us.

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OVERVIEW OF THE PROGRAM

Wednesday May 23, 2018

 0:30pm -  1:00pm Registration, snack and coffee
 1:00pm -  1:30pm Opening & Welcome
Jérôme GALLO, Directeur School of Wine & Spirits Business
 1:30pm -  2:30pm

Session 1 Keynote Speeches: History and Wine Economics
     Chaired by Jérôme GALLO

   
 3:00pm -  4:45pm Session 2: MacroEconomics, MicroEconomics of Wine Business
     Chaired by Eugenio POMARICI, President of VDQS
   
 5:15pm -  7:00pm Session 3: Consumers Choice and Market
     Chaired by Stephen John CHARTERS, Directeur de la Recherche SWSB
 7:30pm Reception
VDQS Price 2018 awarded to Paolo Prosperi

Thursday May 24, 2018

  8:30am -   9:00am Registration and coffee
  9:00am - 10:30am Session 4 Keynote Speeches: Industry Issues
     Chaired by Marie-Claude PICHERY
   
11:00am - 12:00am Session 5 Keynote Speeches: Wine Complexity Issues
     Chaired by Jean-François OUTREVILLE
   
  1:30pm -   7:00pm Wine Tour by bus
  8:00pm - 11:00pm Official Diner

Friday May 25, 2018

  8:30am -  9:00am Registration & Coffee
  9:00am - 10:45am Session 6: Consumer Behavior and Marketing Issues
     Chaired by Jan BENTZEN
   
11:15am - 12:30am Session 7: Case Studies
     Chaired by Robert PLASMAN
.  
 1:30 pm -  3.30pm Session 8: Wine Regulation and Wine Quality
     Chaired by Berndt FRICK
   
 4:00 pm -  5:00pm Session 9: Gastronomy, Tastes and Culture
   Chaired by Laurent GRIMAL
   
 5:150 pm - 6:00pm VDQS Award & prices // Last drink
  Free evening

Saturday May 26, 2018

Self organized trips in wine region

DETAILED SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM


 


Wednesday May 23, 2018

   
12:30 - 13:00 Registration, snack and coffee
13:00 - 13:30

OPENING & WELCOME

13:30 - 14:30

S1 History and Wine Economics
Keynote Speeches chaired by Jerôme GALLO

  Giulia MELONI, KU Leuven, BE
Trade and Terroir. The political economy of the world’s first geographical indications
co-authors: Jo SWINNEN
  Marie-Claude PICHERY, University of Burgundy, FR
Wine economics and economists in Europe: a story
14:30 - 15:00 Break, Wine Tasting
15:00 - 16:45

S2 MacroEconomics, MicroEconomics of Wine Business
chaired by Eugenio POMARICCI

Olivier BARGAIN, Jean-Marie CARDEBAT, Raphaël CHIAPPINI, University of Bordeaux, LAREFI
Wine in the blood?Explaining french wine exports: gravity, preferences and genetics
  Anthony MACEDO, João REBELO, Sofia GOUVEIA,
University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro (UTAD)
Worldwide demand for wine and correlated alcoholic beverages, 2010-2021
  Marina SIMONOVA-KHITROVA, Moscow State Univercity of International Relations
Global wine trade and regional markets
 
  Kyuho LEE, Sonoma State University
Exploring Branding Strategy for Small Winery Operators
16:45 - 17:15 Break, Wine Tasting
17:15 - 19:00

S3 Consumers Choice and Markets
chaired by Stephen John CHARTERS

Benoit FAYE, Eric LE FUR, Jean-Marie CARDEBAT, Philippe MASSET
INSEEC business school, Université de Bordeaux, Ecole Hotellière de Lausanne
Wine hedonic prices is the Devil in the details

Bernd FRICK
Management Department, Paderborn University
The legacy of gurus: The impact of Armin Diel and Joel Payne on winery ratings in Germany

  Jan BENTZEN, Valdemar SMITH
The Tuborg Research Centre for Globalisation and Firms
Comparing wine prices between a state monopoly, a tax-free shop and competitive market conditions empirical evidence form two Nordic countries
Sandra PESTAR BIZJAK, Hristo HRISTOV, Aleš KUHAR
University of Ljubljana, Biotechnical Faculty
Product-specific regional image as a moderator of regional identity and consumer regiocentrism effects on wine purchasing behaviour
  Carla FERREIRA, Lina LOURENÇO-GOMES, Ana Patrícia SILVA
University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro
Cheers with Port wine by young consumers Exploring perceptions and attitudes
 
1930

Welcome at
Price VDQS 2017 awarded to
Paolo PROSPERI - Università di Pisa, IT
Exploring wine producers' strategies through knowledge elicitation
(co autored with Daniele VERGAMINI, Fabio BARTOLINI, Gianluca BRUNORI)

The "Samantha Schmid" of Enometrics


Thursday May 24, 2018


  8:30 -   9:00 Registration and coffee
  9:00 - 10:30

S4 Industries Issues
Keynote Speeches chaired by Marie-Claude PICHERY

Andrea MINUTO RIZZO
Italian Competition Authority
Competition policy in the wine industry in Europe

 

Jean-Yves BIZOT
Président du Pôle Bourgogne Vigne et Vin
And now, we have to learn how to deal with
The custom against the facts, or The tribulations of Burgundy in front of its markets


 
10:30 - 11:00 Break, Wine Tasting
11:00 - 12:00

S5 Wine Complexities Issues
Keynote Speeches chaired by Jean-François OUTREVILLE

  Lisa YIP, Nikos GEORGANTZIS, Haiyan SONG, Steve CHARTERS
Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Burgundy School of Business
On the relationship between perceived and revealed attitudes towards “complexity” and “flavor development in the glass”: a case of inconsistency?

Qian Janice WANG, Charles SPENCE
Crossmodal Research Laboratory, University of Oxford
Wine Complexity: An Empirical Investigation

Discussion paper from Nikos Georgantzis (ppt)

12:00 - 13:00

Lunch
13:30 - 18:30

Departure by bus for a tour

20:00 - 23:00 Dîner

Friday May 25, 2018



8:30 - 9:00 Registration and coffee
   
9:00 - 10:45

S6 Consumer Behavior and Marketing Issues
chaired by Jan BENTZEN

  Lara AGNOLI, Jean-François OUTREVILLE
Burgundy School of Business, Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté
Perceived risk, gender behavior and the effect of bottle closure type on consumer purchase decision and price expectations
 
  Denton MARKS, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater (USA)
Behavioral Economics, Wine Consumers, and Wine Knowledge
 
  Azzurra ANNUNZIATA*, Lara AGNOLI+, Riccardo VECCHIO**, Steve CHARTERS+, Angela MARIANI*
*Univ. of Naples Parthenope, +Burgundy School of Business ,**Univ. of Naples Federico II
Health warnings on wine labels: a discrete choice analysis of Italian and French Generation Y consumers
 
  Françoise BENSA, Université de Bourgogne
Activities in front of the wine display: an attempt at explaining
 
  Nathalia RAMIREZ ARCILLA, Susana ACOSTA, Stella Maris UDAQUIOLA
Instituto de Ingeniería Química, Facultad de Ingeniería, Univ. Nacional de San Juan, AR
Multicriteria decision analysis applied to the wine production
 
10:45 - 11:15 Coffee Break, Tasting
11:15 - 12:30

S7 Case Studies
chaired by Robert PLASMAN

 

Aurelie RINGEVAL-DELUZE, David MENIVAL, Jean-Guillaume DITTER
Université de Reims Laboratoire REGARDS, Burgundy School of Business
L’enjeu de la marque territoriale Champagne face aux changements des entrepreneurs institutionnels

 
  Francis DECLERCK, ESSEC Business School
Champagne wineries facing increasing costs and stagnant sales Risk of debt distress?
 
  Graham HARDING, Oxford University
The marketing of Moët & Chandon champagne, 1850-1936
  Francisco Javier DONOSO,
Universidad de Malaga, Spain / University of Applied Sciences, Trier, Germany
“Beer index”
  Federica GALLI, Nicolas BROUTÉ, D. Christopher TAYLOR
University of Houston (USA), ESA Angers (FR)
Relationship between increased beer health benef
its awareness and consumers purchase behavior
 

 

12:30 - 13:30 Lunch
13:30 - 15:30

S8 Wine Regulation and Wine Quality
chaired by Berndt FRICK

  Jeremiás Máté BALOGH
Corvinus University of Budapest, Dept. of Agricultural Eco. and Rural Dev.
Recent trends in Hungarian online wine business
 
  Alexandre MONDOUX
University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland (HES-SO) - Changins
Scenarios and prospects for the Swiss wine market
 
Kensuke EBIHARA, Makiko OMURA
Meiji Gakuin University Tokyo Japan
Evolution of Japanese Wine Market and Wine Law
 
  Nicolas BROUTÉ, Francesco GUIDI, Lora GOULEVANT, Aubin LECOMTE, Sophie MOREL, Styliani NTASIOU, Isara VONGLUANNGAM, Cécile COULON-LEROY
Université Bretagne-Loire, Ecole Supérieure d’Agriculture, Angers – France
France vs South Africa: which marketing practices regarding Chenin wines ?
 
Etienne MONTAIGNE, Samson ZADMEHRAN
Supagro Montpellier - UMR Moisa
A typology using hierarchical cluster analysis (HCA) for Hérault winemakers that benefited from the 2008 European grubbing premium
 
15:30 - 16:00 Coffee Break, Tasting
16:00 - 17:00

S9 Gastronomy, Tastes and Culture
chaired by Laurent GRIMAL

Agustín V. RUIZ VEGA and Consuelo RIAÑO GIL, Cristina CALVO PORRAL
University of La Rioja; University of La Coruña, Spain
Positive and negative emotions to wine PDO Rioja, Effects on consumer behavior
Frédéric COURET, Bordeaux Sciences Agro
Le déterminisme du goût est-il extérieur à l’amateur de vin ?
 
  Fabrizio BUCELLA, Université Libre de Bruxelles
Mise en perspective des styles architecturaux en fonction des classements à Bordeaux
 
  François OUTREVILLE, Burgundy School of Business
Wine consumption and culture: A cross-country regression analysis

17:15 - 18:00

Award Ceremony and Closing Drink

19:00

Free evening and Board Meeting

VIRTUAL SESSION

Abstracts of researchers who couldn't be present at the conference
and Poster Session


Cristina MORA, Giovanni SOGARI, Umberto MASSA SALUZZO, Silvia TURANI, Davide MENOZZI, U.Parma, Italy
Habits, attitudes and credence towards wine. Where and how do Italian millennials’ wine consumers find the information they need?
 
  Andrey ZVYAGIN*, Alexander MILOVANOV*, Aset DANIYAROV°, Ruslan KALENDAR°, Leonid TROSHIN*
*Department of Viticulture, Kuban State Agrarian U., Russia; ° Institute of Biotechnology, U. of Helsinki, Finland
Analysis of perspective grapevine clones for improvement of grapevine fields
 
Giuseppe ATTANASI, Stefania BORTTOLOTTI, Simona CICOGNANI, Antonio FILIPPIN
U. Lille 1, Cologne, Verona, Milan
The drunk side of trust: Social capital generation at gathering events
 
  Stéphane OUVRARD, Ian TAPLIN, Tom McCLUSKEY, Kedge BS, Wake Forest U., DCU U.
Evidence on transformations in Bordeaux Grand Crus and Napa ‘cult’ wine industries
 
  Stefano SOLARI, Valentina ZUFFERLI ; U.Padua, Department of Economics; U. Udine
The impact of regulation and traceability on the quality wine industry a step towards transparency and territorial embeddedness of production
 
Felix Sebastian RIERA, Georg-August-Universitaet Goettingen
Technical efficiency of grapevine producers in Mendoza
 
  Nuray TURKER, Ozde YERLIKAYA ERKOC, Karabuk U. Safranbolu Fac. of Tourism, TK
The harmony of wine and cheese: experiences from Turkey
 
  Pierre FLECKINGER, Wanda MIMRA, Angelo ZAGO; Mines & PSE Paris, ETH Zurich, U. Verona
The incentive properties of collective reputation
 
  Miguel SOTTOMAYOR, Arlindo CUNHA, Católica Porto B.S., The Catholic U. of Portugal
Wine quality returns to scale: evidence from a Portuguese wine region
 
  Bettina KOENIG, Christian PFEIFFER, Marcus WIESCHHOFF; Fachhochschule Burgenland – Austria
Taste Preferences for sparkling wine products: a segmentation approach based on sensory cues