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|Title:||The World's Wine Markets: Globalization at Work|
|Publisher:||Edward Elgar Publishing Limited|
|Abstract:||The World's Wine Markets includes an in-depth look at the growth and impact of New World wine production on the Old World producers, revealing that between 1990 and 2001, the New World's combined share of world wine exports grew from 4 to 18 per cent, or from 10 to 35 per cent when intra-European Union trade is excluded. Original essays, by economists from each of the major wine producing and consuming regions in the world, analyse recent developments and future trends, and conclude that globalization of the industry is set to continue for the forseeable future. Furthermore they argue that with increasing globalization, there is a greater need than ever for systematic analysis of the world's wine markets. This work will appeal to students enrolled in wine marketing and business courses, those studying industrial organization, and economists and other social scientists interested in case studies of globalization at work. As well, wine industry participants interested in understanding the reasons behind the recent dramatic developments in the industry will find this book of great value. BOOK JACKET.|
|Contents:||1. Introduction / Kym Anderson -- 2. The global picture / Kym Anderson, David Norman and Glyn Wittwer -- 3. France / Emmanuelle Auriol, Jean-Baptiste Lesourd, Steven G. M. Schillizzi and Mathilde Hulot -- 4. Italy / Alessandro Corsi, Eugenio Pomariet and Roberta Sardone -- 5. Spain and Portugal / Luis Miguel Albisu -- 6. Germany / Karl Storchmann and Gunter Schamel -- 7. The United Kingdom / Sally Stening, Klaus Kiloy, Larry Lockshin and Tony Spawton -- 8. The Nordic countries / Jan Bentzen and Valedemar Smith -- 9. Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union / Nivelin Noev and Johan F. M. Swinnen -- 10. North America / Daniel A. Sumner, Helene Bombrun, Julian M. Alston and Dale Helen -- 11. South America / William Foster and Alberto Valdes -- 12. South Africa / Nick Vink, Gavin Williams and Johann Kirsten -- 13. Australia / Kym Anderson -- 14. New Zealand / Mia Mikie -- 15. East Asia / Christopher Findlay, Roger Farrell, Chunlai Chen and Dewen Wang.|
|Appears in Collections:||Economics publications|
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