3rd Wine & Hospitality Management Workshop

3rd Wine & Hospitality Management Workshop June 6-7, 2019 at Cornell University School of Hotel Administration in New York City

Call for papers 


Cornell SC Johnson College of Business School of Hotel Administration invites you to submit papers to be considered for presentation at the “3rd Wine & Hospitality Management Workshop”. This small-scale, high quality conference will allow for intense interactions between participants and offer a platform for academics and practitioners alike. All papers will be reviewed by the selection committee. The workshop is intended for presentation of papers-in-progress that can benefit from discussion. Presenters of accepted papers agree to act as discussants.


  • We welcome submissions on topics of general interest to the wine and hospitality professions. Special consideration will be given to papers on the following topics:
  • Environmental, cultural and socioeconomic issues (climate change, online and expert reviews, trends in wine tourism, etc.);
  • Analysis and forecasting of the demand/price for wine and/or restaurants;
  • Investments in the wine and/or restaurants markets (direct/indirect investments, performance, benchmark, valuation, etc.);
  • Marketing, development strategies and supply chain management for wineries and/or restaurants;
  • Organizational and governance issues of restaurants and/or wineries;
  • Optimal design and management of wine lists.


The submission deadline is 28 February 2019. We welcome full papers and extended abstracts (min. 2,000 words and including information on the research question, data, methodology and primary results). Please email one PDF file with full author affiliations and one anonymous PDF file to: ams76@cornell.edu.

Cornell Hospitality Quarterly will publish the best papers presented at the Alliance workshop. A select group of authors will be invited to submit full versions of their papers for consideration in the special issue. The special issue editors are Mark Bonn (Florida State University) and Alex Susskind (Cornell University).

Invited papers will go through the standard double blind review process that is in place at the Cornell Hospitality Quarterly. An invitation to submit a paper to the special issue is not a guarantee it will be accepted by the editors for publication. Further details about the conference and the special issue will be posted on the Alliance website shortly.

The selection committee's decision will be communicated by the beginning of March 2019.


The current Wine & Hospitality Management Workshop takes place in partnership with the American Association of Wine Economists (AAWE) and the Cornell Institute for Food and Beverage Management. It is a regular event jointly organized by the Alliance for Research on Wine & Hospitality Management created in 2017 by the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne, the Hong Kong Polytechnic University School of Hotel & Tourism Management, Kedge Business School and the Free University of Bozen/Bolzano. The Alliance aims to promote excellent research in the fields of Wine & Hospitality management.


The conference will be held at the SC Johnson College of Business program space in New York City at 45 West 57th Street.  As a satellite of the Ithaca, NY Campus, through the program space in Midtown Manhattan, The Cornell SC Johnson College of Business hosts conferences, roundtables, executive education programing, and classes for our undergraduate and graduate degree programs.


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