The American Association of Wine Economists AAWE offers
for Research Papers in Wine Economics
Each Scholarship provides US$1,000 and grants Free Admission to the
14th Annual AAWE Conference in Tbilisi/Georgia (Aug 24-28, 2022)
Alexander J. McGlothlin (University of Kentucky)
Acquisitions of Craft Brewers: The Economic Consequences (with Kenneth Elzinga, University of Virginia)
Erika Haguette and Brady Gartman (New York University)
Weather Induced Retail Markups and Pass Throughs for Bordeaux Grands Crus Wines in the U.S. (with Karl Storchmann, New York University)
Jarret Hart (UC Davis)
Evolving Consumption Patterns in the U.S. Alcohol Market: Disaggregated Spatial Analysis (with Julian Alston, UC Davis)
Shuay-Tsyr Ho (Cornell University)
Alcohol regulation and consumer choice for product variety.
Alex Albright (Harvard University)
Peter Pedroni & Stephen Sheppard (Williams College)
The roles of social media and expert reviews in the market for high-end goods: A case study using wine.
Domen Prešern & Qian Janice Wang
Does blind tasting work? Investigating the impact of training on blind tasting accuracy and wine preference.
Marica Valente and Stefan Seifert (DIW Berlin, Germany)
Who is Harvesting our Grapes? Estimating the Impact of the European Migrant Crisis on Vineyard Productivity in Southern Italy.
Jarrett D. Hart (University of California, Davis, USA)
Scraping the Bottom of the Beer Barrel: Consumer Responses to Brewery Acquisitions.
Mara Virginia Galmarini (INRA, France; CONICET, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina, Buenos Aires) Wine and Cheese: Two Products or one Association? A New Method for Assessing and Communicating on Wine-Cheese Pairings.
Georgi T. Gabrielyan (University of California Davis, USA)
Wine Trade and the Economics of Import Duty and Excise Tax
Marleen Marra (University College London, UK)
Do Wine Buyers at Auction Benefit from Higher Commissions?
Giulia Meloni (University of Leuven, Belgium)
Bugs, Tariffs and Colonies-France and the Mediterranean Wine Trade in the 19th and 20th Centuries.