KEDGE and its partners had the honor to welcome and co-organize the first Wine & Hospitality Management Workshop.
The school's partners Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and l'Ecole Hôtelière de Lausanne hosted vrey interested sessions of qualitative presentations.
Forecasting the Demand for Wines in China – an Econometric
Do Wine Judges Give Higher Score to Wines Made with less Known Grape Varieties?
Culinary Wine Tourism: Supply Features and Demand
Experience Design in the Cultural Sector: an Exploration of Intended and Realised Experiences
Defining Performance in the Wine Sector : the Application of DEA to French Wine Companies
Eat, Drink and Vote!
Initial Mispricing of Experience Goods and Subsequent Price Adjustments: the Case of Fine Wine
Ownership Structure, Asset Intensity and Firm Performance
An Analysis of Wine Spectator’s Top 100 Wines of the Year for 1988 to 2016
Terroir in the New World: Hedonic Estimation of Vineyard Sale Prices in California
The local committee has set up a highly qualitative social program. Guests had the opportunity to taste many wines during these two days, all organic or biodynamic, from the Aquitaine region and beyond. The first week of April is the "En primeur" week in Bordeaux so workshops's participants had the privilege to attend "En primeur" events with some highly trained professionals.