International Journal of Wine Business Research



Table Of Contents: Volume 29 Issue 2

Internationalization vs family ownership and management: the case of Portuguese wine firms

Luis Miguel Pacheco

The purpose of this paper is to empirically examine the relationship between the firms’ ownership and control structure and their export performance. The literature is…

Larger and better

Nathalie Spielmann

Wineries today are faced with the prospect of having to include environmental sustainability into their practices but implementation can be hard, complicated or even…

Exploring determinants of internationalisation: the case of late starters

Christopher Karl Köhr, Giulio Malorgio, Maurizio Aragrande

The purpose of this paper is to explore the determinants of internationalisation among late starters in the wine sector. Strategic implications for small and medium…

The entrepreneurial influence on winery market performance – a mediation perspective

Huanmei Li, Allan O’Connor

This paper aims to take a disaggregated approach to investigate the relationships between single entrepreneurial orientation (EO) dimensions and firm performance in the…

How can family winegrowing businesses be sustained across generations?

Paul J. Woodfield, Deborah Shepherd, Christine Woods

This paper aims to investigate how family winegrowing businesses can be sustained across generations.

Exploring innovation perceptions and practices among micro and small craft breweries

Abel Duarte Alonso, Alessandro Bressan, Nikolaos Sakellarios

The purpose of this study is to examine how micro and small craft brewery operators perceive and operationalise innovation. Moreover, in adopting the theory of innovation…



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