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Can Cooperatives Compete with Privately Owned Firms Regarding Product Quality and Reputation?
(Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, 2012)
We address the question whether cooperatives can effectively compete with private wineries regarding product quality and reputation. Cooperative reputation for product quality depends on individual grower contributions ...
Quantity vs. Quality: An Analysis of Wine Export Strategies into the U.S. Market
(Adelaide Convention Centre, 2010)
The six largest wine exporters to the US are Italy, Australia, France, Argentina, Chile, and Spain which cover 87% of all wine exports by volume and 88% by value. Each of these countries follows quite different paths in ...
Adverse Selection Problems in Developing Country Factor Markets: Fertilisers in Cambodia
We analyze the presence and potential impact of low quality fertilizers, inadequate access to credit and market information on fertilizer market participation and application rates. We explain in theory and show empirically ...
A Simple Hedonic Model of Beer Prices for Major Cities around the World
(Beeronomics Society, 2009)
We present a simple empirical model of beer pricing in 40 major cities around the world. Data by patrons having visited a city and reporting actual prices paid for a pint of beer are used to estimate their willingness to ...
An Empirical Analysis of Online Auction Prices for Bordeaux Wine
We analyze online auction prices for premium Bordeaux reds sold on the German eBay site. Our data set reports a total of 2133 transactions completed during November and December 2003. First, we estimate a model which ...
Geographical Origin and Brand Names in the U.S. Wine Market
(American Marketing Association, 2006)
We observe price differences for otherwise similar products based on country or regional origin. Wine prices vary significantly despite very similar sensory quality attributes. For instance, wine from California's Napa ...
Can German Wine Cooperatives Compete on Quality?
(International Association of Agricultural Economists, 2009)
The German Agricultural Society (DLG) manages a multi-round annual quality control scheme where wines undergo a blind, sensory testing procedure using a 5-point scale to determine superior quality wines worthy of an annual ...
Satisfaction in visiting a museum: Do overnight stayers differ from same day visitors?
(Competence Centre in Tourism Management and Tourism Economics (TOMTE), 2013)
An Analysis of Teenage Employment by Firms: 1999/00-2006/7
(Vicotria University of Wellington, 2009)
This paper uses data from Statistics New Zealand 's Linked Employer-Employee Database (LEED) to analyse the teenage employment responses of high teen employment firms in the four main teen employment industries to increasing ...