About

The Alliance for Research on Wine & Hospitality Management (ARWHM)

As part of its mission to foster first-rate research and build a community of scholars in the field of Wine & Hospitality Management, the ARWH organizes every year during the Spring season a Workshop to bring together scholars interested in the discipline.

The inaugural workshop was held in 2017 in Bordeaux (France), hosted by KEDGE Business School.

The second edition will be held by Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne in May 2018. The conference rotates annually among ARWHM members. Participants are from the various management disciplines including economics are usually invited to submit their proposals in November for the next Workshop.

GOVERNANCE

Governance

Olivier Gergaud is Professor of Economics at KEDGE Business School in Bordeaux and Affiliate Researcher at LIEPP in Sciences Po. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Reims and an accreditation to supervise research from Sciences Po. His research areas are Cultural Economics, Wine Economics, Sports Economics, and Restaurant Economics. 

olivier.gergaud@kedgebs.com

Philippe Masset holds a Ph.D. from the University of Fribourg, 2012. His research areas are Alternative Investments, Wine Economics, Hospitality Financial Management and Hotel Real-Estate Investments. He has been visiting professor at the University of Bordeaux and he is member of several academic associations including the American Association of Wine Economists (AAWE) and Bordeaux Wine Economics (BWE). He has published several papers in international journals such as Emerging Market Review, European Financial Management, Journal of Alternative Investments, and in the Handbook of Financial Econometrics and Statistics and got substantial coverage in the media (e.g., Bloomberg, Reuters, Radio Télévision Suisse, Bilan, The Times, The Daily Telegraph, China Daily, La Repubblica).

philippe.masset@ehl.ch

Bradley Rickard is an associate professor in the School of Applied Economics and Management at Cornell University and an affiliate professor at KEDGE Business School in Bordeaux.  His teaching and research focus on the economic implications of policies, innovation, and marketing activities in food and beverage markets. 

b.richard@cornell.edu

Guenter Schamel is a Professor at Free University of Bolzano. His current research focuses on wine economics and international wine markets, public economics, regional product markets and tourism, agricultural markets and trade policy, environmental economics and sustainability.

gschamel@unibz.it

Haiyan SONG, Associate Dean and Chair Professor, Tourism Demand Modelling and Forecasting, Tourism Impact Assessment, Tourism Satellite Account, Chinese Economy Under Transition, Wine Economics. Specialties: Statistcs, econometrics and forecasting.

haiyan.song@polyu.edu.hk

Gary M. Thompson is a tenured professor of operations management in the School of Hotel Administration at Cornell University, where he teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in service operations management.
His current research focuses on restaurant revenue management, food and beverage forecasting in lodging operations, workforce staffing and scheduling decisions, wine cellars, scheduling conferences, and course scheduling in post-secondary and corporate training environments.

gmt1@cornell.edu 

Jean-Philippe WEISSKOPF is an Assistant Professor of Finance at Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne. He teaches courses related to corporate finance. His research interests are in the areas of wine economics, restaurant economics, hospitality real estate, corporate finance and family-owned businesses. 

jean-philippe.weisskopf@ehl.ch

ALLIANCE MEMBERS

FOUNDING TEAM

Founding Team

Olivier Gergaud is Professor of Economics at KEDGE Business School in Bordeaux and Affiliate Researcher at LIEPP in Sciences Po. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Reims and an accreditation to supervise research from Sciences Po. His research areas are Cultural Economics, Wine Economics, Sports Economics, and Restaurant Economics. 

olivier.gergaud@kedgebs.com

Philippe Masset holds a Ph.D. from the University of Fribourg, 2012. His research areas are Alternative Investments, Wine Economics, Hospitality Financial Management and Hotel Real-Estate Investments. He has been visiting professor at the University of Bordeaux and he is member of several academic associations including the American Association of Wine Economists (AAWE) and Bordeaux Wine Economics (BWE). He has published several papers in international journals such as Emerging Market Review, European Financial Management, Journal of Alternative Investments, and in the Handbook of Financial Econometrics and Statistics and got substantial coverage in the media (e.g., Bloomberg, Reuters, Radio Télévision Suisse, Bilan, The Times, The Daily Telegraph, China Daily, La Repubblica).

philippe.masset@ehl.ch

Bradley Rickard is an associate professor in the School of Applied Economics and Management at Cornell University and an affiliate professor at KEDGE Business School in Bordeaux.  His teaching and research focus on the economic implications of policies, innovation, and marketing activities in food and beverage markets. 

b.richard@cornell.edu

Guenter Schamel is a Professor at Free University of Bolzano. His current research focuses on wine economics and international wine markets, public economics, regional product markets and tourism, agricultural markets and trade policy, environmental economics and sustainability.

gschamel@unibz.it

Haiyan SONG, Associate Dean and Chair Professor, Tourism Demand Modelling and Forecasting, Tourism Impact Assessment, Tourism Satellite Account, Chinese Economy Under Transition, Wine Economics. Specialties: Statistcs, econometrics and forecasting.

haiyan.song@polyu.edu.hk

Gary M. Thompson is a tenured professor of operations management in the School of Hotel Administration at Cornell University, where he teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in service operations management.
His current research focuses on restaurant revenue management, food and beverage forecasting in lodging operations, workforce staffing and scheduling decisions, wine cellars, scheduling conferences, and course scheduling in post-secondary and corporate training environments.

gmt1@cornell.edu 

Jean-Philippe WEISSKOPF is an Assistant Professor of Finance at Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne. He teaches courses related to corporate finance. His research interests are in the areas of wine economics, restaurant economics, hospitality real estate, corporate finance and family-owned businesses. 

jean-philippe.weisskopf@ehl.ch

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