3rd Wine & Hospitality Management Workshop

 

3rd Annual Wine & Hospitality Management Workshop - June 6 - June 7, 2019 - SC Johnson College of Business Programme Space - 40 West 57th Street, NYC

The Cornell Institute for Food and Beverage Management (CIFBM), along with the Alliance for Research on Wine and Hospitality Management, invite you to attend the 3rd Annual Wine & Hospitality Management Workshop - a small-scale, high quality conference that allows for intense interactions between participants and offers a platform for academics and practitioners alike.

The two-day workshop will feature 42 speakers – from around the world – discussing their papers-in-progress.

It will be held on June 6 and 7, 2019 at the SC Johnson College of Business program space in New York City at 40 West 57th Street.

This event is presented by

Cornell Institute for Food and Beverage Management

Conference Chair

Alex Susskind

Director, Cornell Institute for Food & Beverage Management
Cornell SC Johnson College of Business
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Associate Professor
Cornell SC Johnson School of Business, School of Hotel Administration 

Programme

Thursday, June 6, 2019 and Friday, June 7, 2019

Thursday, June 6, 2019

Workshop Registration

  • 7h30 AM - 8h00: Registration - SC Johnson College of Business, New York, NY

Breakfast

  • 8h00 AM - 8h30: Breakfast

Welcome and introductions

  • 8h30 AM - 8H45: Welcome

Session 1

  • 8h45 AM - 9h15 How to Define and Measure Performance - Efficiency in the Wine Sector Including Environmental Parameters
  • Speaker: Tatiana Bouzdine
  • Discussant: Jeremias Maté Balogh

Session 2

  • 9h15 AM - 9h45 Trends and Perspective of the Chinese Wine Industry and Trade
  • Speaker: Jeremias Maté Balogh
  • Discussant: Kathryn La Tour

Refreshment Break

  • 9h45 AM - 10h00 

Session 3

  • 10h00 AM - 10h30 Wine Terroir Commitment n the Development of a Wine Destination
  • Speakers: Roberta Capitello, Gunter Schamel, Katia Laura Siadli
  • Discussant: Emiliano Villanueva

Session 4

  • 10h30 AM - 11h00 Wine Expectation of Wine Tourists as the Basis for Direct Sales
  • Speakers: Linda Bitsh, Jens Rudiger
  • Discussant: Roberta Capitello

Refreshment Break

  • 11h00 AM - 11h15 

Session 5

  • 11h15 AM - 11h45 The Relation Between Perceived and Revealed Attitudes Towards "Complexity" and "Flavor Development in the Glass": A case of Inconsistency
  • Speakers: Steve Charters, Nikos Geoargantzisn Haiyan Song, Lisa Yip
  • Discussant: Mark Bonn

Session 6

  • 11h45 AM - 12h15 PM Rhode Island and Connecticut Wineries, Business Strategy, Performance and management Capabilities: a Survey of Managerial practices
  • Speakers: Juan Ramon Ferrer-Lorenzo, Emiliano Villanueva
  • Discussant: Tatiana Bouzdine

Lunch

  • 12h30 PM - 1h30 

Keynote

  • 1h30 PM - 2h30 Measuring Comparable Real Wage rates Around the US and the World: the McWage Project
  • Keynote Speaker: Orley Ashenfelter

Refreshment Break

  • 2h30 PM - 3h15 

Session 7

  • 2h45 PM - 3h15  Engaging New Generations of Consumers with Wine
  • Speakers: Kathryn LaTour, Roger Noujeim
  • Discussant: Jean-Christian Tisserand

Session 8

  • 3h15 PM - 3h45 Ideal Matching Between Cheese and Wine: The Influence of Age on Emotion and Harmony Evaulation
  • Speakers: François Durieu, Thierry Lorey
  • Discussant: Elliott Morss

Session 9

  • 3h45 PM - 4h15 Decomposing Wine Quality: Application to New York State Wines
  • Speakers: Florine Livat, Ariel Ortiz-Bobea, Bradley Rickard
  • Discussant: René-Ojas Woltereing

Refreshment Break

  • 4h15 PM - 4h30 

Panel

  • 4h30 PM - 5h30 Gastronomy in the Age of Populism  

Gala Diner

  • 6h30 PM - 8h30 109 East Street, New York, New York (212) 244-8866Seated 3-course meal at 7:00 p.m.

Friday, June 7, 2019

Friday, June 7, 2019

Breakfast

  • 8h00 AM - 8h30: Breakfast

Welcome and introductions

  • 8h30 AM - 8H45: Welcome

Keynote

  • 8h45 AM - 9h45 Culinary Hegemony: Dining Out as Cultural Trade
  • Keynote Speaker: Joel Waldfogel

Refreshment Break

  • 9h45 AM - 10h00 

Session 1

  • 10h00 AM - 10h30 New York Restaurants: A Wine Odyssey Between 1865 and 1920
  • Speakers:Philippe Masset, Jean-Philippe Weisskopf
  • Discussant: Olivier Gergaud

Session 2

  • 10h30 AM - 11h00 Wine and Economics: A survey of Thirty Years of Empirical Literature
  • Speaker: Jean-Christian Tisserand
  • Discussant: Bradley Rickard

Session 3

  • 11h00 AM - 11h30 Price Dispersion in Wines 
  • Speakers: Olivier Gergaud, Kate Rockett 
  • Discussant: Nikos Georgantzis

Refreshment Break

  • 11h30 AM - 11h45 

Session 4

  • 11h15 AM - 11h45 Metrics on Restaurant Ordering Behavior
  • Speaker: Gunter Schamel
  • Discussant: Jean-Philippe Weisskopf

Session 5

  • 12h15 PM - 12h45  Status of Wine Expert: A Historical Investigation towrds the Reinvention of a Concept
  • Speaker: Azélina Jaboulet-Vercherre
  • Discussant: David Moroz

Lunch

  • 12h45 PM - 1h45 

Session 6

  • 1h45 PM - 2h15 The Environment and Perceptions of Wine Consumers regarding Quality, Risk and Value: Reputations of Regional Wines and Restaurants
  • Speaker: Mark Bonn
  • Discussant: Grant Keating

Session 7

  • 2h15 PM - 3h45 Wine Food Pairings: Initial Findings from Doing Them the Right Way
  • Speaker: Elliott Morss
  • Discussant: Thierry Lorey

Refreshment Break

  • 2h45 PM - 3h00 

Session 8

  • 3h00 PM - 3h30 Should you Invest in an Old Bottle of Whisky or in a Bottle of Old Whisky? A hedonic Analysis of Vintage Single Malt Scotch Whisky Prices
  • Speakers: David Moroz, Bruno Pecchioli
  • Discussant: Philippe Masset

Session 9

  • 3h30 PM - 4h00 Hedonic Transaction-based Price Index for European Hotels
  • Speaker: René-Ojas Wolterind
  • Discussant: Gunter Schamel

Session 10

  • 4h00 PM - 4h30 An Empirical Analysis of the Effect of Sub-Divisions of American Viticultural Areas on Wine Prices: A hedonic Study of Napa
  • Speaker: Grant Keating
  • Discussant: Florine Livat

Refreshment Break

  • 4h30 PM - 4h45 

Session 11

  • 4h45 PM - 5h15 Srvival of the Fittest: The Impact of the Minimum Wage on Firm Exit
  • Speaker: Michael Luca
  • Discussant: Orley Ashenfelter

Session 12

  • 5h15 PM - 5h45 Customers Reviews and Restaurant Profitability
  • Speakers: Olivier Gergaud, Jean-Philippe Weisskopf
  • Discussant: Michael Luca

Keynote Speakers

    Orley Ashenfelter

    Orley C. Ashenfelter - Joseph Douglas Green 1895 Professor of Economics at Princeton University

    Theory and Evidence on Employer Collusion in the Franchise Sector

    Joel Waldfogel

    Joel Waldfogel - Associate Dean of MBA Programs, Frederick R. Kappel Chair in  Applied Economics  Carlson School of Management

    Call for papers 

    OVERVIEW

    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.

    TOPICS

    • 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.

    SUBMISSIONS AND SPECIAL ISSUE

    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.

    ORGANIZERS

    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.

    VENUE

    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.

    Download the call for papers

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