WHAT DO WE DO?
The RMI Center for Wine Economics undertakes and facilitates research and education about the economics of the production and consumption of wine grapes and wine in California and around the world.
The Center for Wine Economics focuses on economic developments in the domestic and international markets for wine and their implications for competitiveness of the wine industry in California and the United States.
The Center emphasizes applied research but is engaged in teaching and outreach activities related to its theme of wine economics.
NEW WORKING PAPERS
- Working Paper 1306
The Benefits from Certified Virus-Free Nursery Stock: A Case Study of Grapevine Leafroll-3 in the North Coast Region of California
Kate B. Fuller, Julian M. Alston, and Deborah A. Golino
- Working Paper 1305
Effects of U.S. Public Agricultural R&D on
U.S. Obesity and its Social Costs
Julian M. Alston, Abigail M. Okrent, and Joanna Parks
- Working Paper 1304
The External Health-Care Cost of Obesity in the United States
Joanna Parks, Julian M. Alston, and Abigail M. Okrent
- Working Paper 1303
The Costs and Benefits of Pierce’s Disease Research in the California Winegrape Industry
Julian M. Alston, Kate B. Fuller, Jonathan D. Kaplan and Kabir P. Tumber
- Working Paper 1302
Effects of U.S. Public Agricultural R&D on U.S. Obesity and its Social Costs
Julian M. Alston, Abigail M. Okrent, and Joanna Parks, January 2013
- Working Paper 1301
Is Georgia the next ‘new’ wine-exporting country?
Kym Anderson, January 2013
More working papers