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The Palgrave Handbook of Wine Industry Economics

Download The Palgrave Handbook of Wine Industry Economics written by Adeline Alonso Ugaglia, Jean-Marie Cardebat, Alessandro Corsi in PDF format. This book is under the category Business and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 3319986325/9783319986326. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.

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book-author

Adeline Alonso Ugaglia, Jean-Marie Cardebat, Alessandro Corsi

publisher

Palgrave Macmillan

file-type

PDF

pages

542 pages

language

English

asin

B07FP7888V

isbn10

3319986325

isbn13

9783319986326


Book Description

This Palgrave Handbook (PDF) provides the first international comparative study into the efficiency of the industrial organization of the global wine industry. Looking at numerous important vineyards of the main wine countries; the contributors evaluate differences in implementation and articulation of three main stages: grape production; winemaking; and distribution (marketing; selling; and logistics). By inspecting regulations; organization theory; vertical integration; and industry organizational efficiency; up to date strategies in the sector are given and appraised. Which models are the most efficient? What are the most related factors for optimal performance? Should different models co-exist within the wine countries for worldwide success? How do reputation and governance impact the industry?

This complete volume is essential reading for researchers; students; and professionals in the wine industry.

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book-author

Adeline Alonso Ugaglia, Jean-Marie Cardebat, Alessandro Corsi

publisher

Palgrave Macmillan

file-type

PDF

pages

542 pages

language

English

asin

B07FP7888V

isbn10

3319986325

isbn13

9783319986326

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Front Matter ….Pages i-xxv
Introduction (Adeline Alonso Ugaglia, Jean-Marie Cardebat, Alessandro Corsi)….Pages 1-13
Front Matter ….Pages 15-15
The French Wine Industry (Adeline Alonso Ugaglia, Jean-Marie Cardebat, Linda Jiao)….Pages 17-46
The Italian Wine Industry (Alessandro Corsi, Simonetta Mazzarino, Eugenio Pomarici)….Pages 47-76
The Spanish Wine Industry (Luis Miguel Albisu, Cristina Escobar, Rafael del Rey, José María Gil Roig)….Pages 77-103
The US Wine Industry (James T. Lapsley, Julian M. Alston, Olena Sambucci)….Pages 105-129
The Australian Wine Industry (Kym Anderson)….Pages 131-154
The Argentinean Wine Industry (Javier Merino)….Pages 155-176
The Chilean Wine Industry (G. Marcos Mora)….Pages 177-200
The South African Wine Industry (Nick Vink)….Pages 201-223
The Chinese Wine Industry (Linda Jiao, Shan Ouyang)….Pages 225-246
Front Matter ….Pages 247-247
Introduction: Regulations in the Wine Sector (Paola Corsinovi, Davide Gaeta)….Pages 249-252
International Wine Organizations and Plurilateral Agreements: Harmonization Versus Mutual Recognition of Standards (Raúl Compés López)….Pages 253-264
The European Wine Policies: Regulations and Strategies (Paola Corsinovi, Davide Gaeta)….Pages 265-290
Barriers to Wine Trade (Angela Mariani, Eugenio Pomarici)….Pages 291-315
Front Matter ….Pages 317-317
Introduction: The Diversity of Organizational Patterns in the Wine Industry (Adeline Alonso Ugaglia)….Pages 319-324
The Organization of Vineyards and Wineries (Douglas W. Allen, Dean Lueck)….Pages 325-337
Wine Co-operatives and Territorial Anchoring (Marie-Claude Bélis-Bergouignan, Nathalie Corade)….Pages 339-362
Diversity and a Shifting Power Balance: Negociants and Winegrowers in Bordeaux (Sofya Brand)….Pages 363-380
Front Matter ….Pages 381-381
Introduction: Outsourcing Versus Integration, a Key Trade-Off for Wine Companies? (Georges Giraud)….Pages 383-387
To Make or to Buy? A Managerial Trade-Off of Winemaking Process in the Burgundy Vineyards (Georges Giraud, Abdoul Diallo)….Pages 389-401
Vertical Integration and Financial Performance of French Wine Farms and Co-operatives (Adeline Alonso Ugaglia, Julien Cadot)….Pages 403-419
The Prosecco Superiore DOCG Industry Structure: Current Status and Evolution over Time (Eugenio Pomarici, Luigino Barisan, Vasco Boatto, Luigi Galletto)….Pages 421-435
International Perspectives on Backwards Vertical Integration (Alfredo Coelho, Etienne Montaigne)….Pages 437-451
Front Matter ….Pages 453-453
Introduction: Does a National Model Exist Which Favors Trade Performance? (Jean-Marie Cardebat)….Pages 455-461
Individual and Collective Reputations in the Wine Industry (Florine Livat)….Pages 463-485
The Chilean Wine Cluster (Alfredo Coelho, Etienne Montaigne)….Pages 487-506
Producing and Consuming Locally: Switzerland as a Local Market (Philippe Masset, Jean-Philippe Weisskopf)….Pages 507-522
Conclusion: What’s Next? (Adeline Alonso Ugaglia, Jean-Marie Cardebat, Alessandro Corsi)….Pages 523-530
Back Matter ….Pages 531-542

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