Orley Ashenfelter (Princeton University, USA), Olivier Gergaud (KEDGE Business Schoolo, Francia), Karl Storchmann (New York University, USA) y William Ziemba (UBC & London School of Economics, Reino Unido) – Editores

Londres, Reino Unido. WORLD Scientific. ISBN: 9789814740579. 900 págs. Mayo de 2018. Encuadernado.

PVP EUR 460,00 (4% IVA incluido) hasta el 31 de julio de 2018

PVP EUR 570,00 (4% IVA incluido) a partir de entonces

El vino es mucho más que un producto agrícola, mucho más que el resultado de la fermentación del zumo de uva, y en España lo sabemos bien, pues el crecimiento económico y sociológico de las últimas décadas así lo atestiguan.

Este nuevo volumen de la serie WORLD SCIENTIFIC HANDBOOK IN FINANCIAL ECONOMICS – Volume 6 se centra en los modelos económicos y en la valoración del vino, como producto, como factor de crecimiento, como modelo de exportación y con ejemplos muy cercanos.

El índice es tan completo, e incluye los autores de cada capítulo, que no es fácil añadir nada más de lo que aquí se muestra.


En este título, además del precio de pre-publicación que ofrece la editorial, podemos ofrecer un 15% de descuento antes y después del 31 de julio de 2018. Reserven ya su ejemplar.


Extracto del índice:

Volume 1: Prices, Finance, and Expert Opinion:

Introduction: Wine Economics (K Storchmann)

Wine and Natural Environment: Predicting the Quality and Prices of Bordeaux Wine (O Ashenfelter)

Using Hedonic Models of Solar Radiation and Weather to Assess the Economic Effect of Climate Change: The Case of Mosel Valley Vineyards (O Ashenfelter and K Storchmann)

Natural Endowments, Production Technologies and the Quality of Wines in Bordeaux. Does Terroir Matter? (O Gergaud and V Ginsburgh)

The Value of Terroir: Hedonic Estimation of Vineyard Sale Prices (R Cross, A J Plantinga, and R N Stavins)

Too Much of a Good Thing? Causes and Consequences of Increases in Sugar Content of California Wine Grapes (J M Alston, K B Fuller, J T Lapsley, and G Soleas)

Hedonic Analysis of Wine Prices: Estimation of a Hedonic Price Equation for Bordeaux Wine: Does Quality Matter? (P Combris, S Lecocq, and M Visser)

Segmenting the Wine Market Based on Price: Hedonic Regression when Different Prices Mean Different Products (M Costanigro, J J McCluskey, and R C Mittelhammer)

The Pricing of Experience Goods: The Example of EN PRIMEUR Wine (H Hadj Ali and C Nauges)

Wine and Finance: Bordeaux Wine as a Financial Investment (L W Sanning, S Shaffer, and J M Sharratt)

The Rate of Return on Investment in Wine (B J Burton and J P Jacobsen)

Raise Your Glass: Wine Investment and the Financial Crisis (P Masset and J-P Weisskopf)

Wine as an Alternative Asset Class (P Masset and C Henderson)

Wine Investment and Portfolio Diversification Gains (J J Fogarty)

Wine Tastings and Competitions: Analyzing a Wine Tasting Statistically (O Ashenfelter and R E Quandt)

On Designing Experiments and Analyzing Data to Assess the Reliability and Accuracy of Blind Wine Tastings (D V Cicchetti)

Measurement and Inference in Wine Tasting (R E Quandt)

An Examination of Judge Reliability at a Major US Wine Competition (R T Hodgson)

Reliability and Consensus of Experienced Wine Judges: Expertise Within and Between (R H Ashton)

Wine and Expert Opinion: The Impact of Gurus: Parker Grades and En Primeur Wine Prices (H Hadj Ali, S Lecocq, and M Visser)

Identifying the Effect of Unobserved Quality and Expert Reviews in the Pricing of Experience Goods: Empirical Application on Bordeaux Wine (P Dubois and C Nauges)

Critical Exposure and Price-Quality Relationships for New World Wines in the US Market (P W Roberts and R Reagans)

What Determines Wine Prices: Objective vs. Sensory Characteristics (S Lecocq and M Visser)

Assessing the Effect of Information on the Reservation Price for Champagne: What are Consumers Actually Paying for? (P Combris, C Lange, and S Issanchou)

Do More Expensive Wines Taste Better? Evidence from a Large Sample of Blind Tastings (R Goldstein, J Almenberg, A Dreber, J W Emersion, A Herschkowitsch, and J Katz)

Debunking Critics’ Wine Words: Can Amateurs Distinguish the Smell of Asphalt from the Taste of Cherries? (R L Weil)

Volume 2: Reputation, Regulation, and Market Organization:

Reputation: Quality Expectations, Reputation, and Price (S Landon and C E Smith)

Wine Quality and Varietal, Regional, and Winery Reputations: Hedonic Prices for Australia and New Zealand (G Schamel and K Anderson)

Dynamic Analysis of Brand and Regional Reputation: The Case of Wine (G Schamel)

The Economics of Nested Names: Name Specificity, Reputations, and Price Premia (M Costanigro, J J McCluskey, and C Goemans)

Wine and Regulation: Politics, Economics, and the Regulation of Direct Interstate Shipping in the Wine Industry (G M Riekhof and M E Sykuta)

The Economics of Planting Rights in Wine Production (K Deconinck and J Swinnen)

The Political Economy of European Wine Regulations (G Meloni and J Swinnen)

How Much Government Assistance Do European Wine Producers Receive? (K Anderson and H G Jensen)

Wine Auctions: The Buyer’s Option in Multi-Unit Ascending Auctions: The Case of Wine Auctions at Drouot (P Février, W Roos, and M Visser)

How Auctions Work for Wine and Art (O Ashenfelter)

Absentee Bidders and the Declining Price Anomaly in Wine Auctions (V Ginsburgh)

Supply and Its Implications:

Price Formation in the California Winegrape Economy (D Heien)

Does Ownership Matter? Empirical Evidence from the German Wine Industry (B Frick)

Financing Wine Barrels: The Vincorp Model (N Vink, T Kleynhans, and W Hoffmann)

Organization: Love or Money? The Effects of Owner Motivation in the California Wine Industry (F M Scott Morton and J M Podolny)

Influence of Informed Buyers in Markets Susceptible to the Lemons Problem (P Mahenc)

A Study of Women in Top Business Roles: The Case of the Wine Industry (J Galbreath)

In Vino Veritas? Social Influence on “Private” Wine Evaluations at a Wine Social Networking Site (O Gokcekus, M Hewstone, and H Cakal)

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