ISBN-10:
3030304124
ISBN-13:
9783030304126
Pub. Date:
11/22/2019
Publisher:
Springer International Publishing
Social Sustainability in the Global Wine Industry: Concepts and Cases

Social Sustainability in the Global Wine Industry: Concepts and Cases

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Overview

This book examines the social dimension of sustainability in the wine industry. Social sustainability focuses on people and communities. Contributors explore topics such as philanthropy, poverty, natural disasters, communication, and wine tourism from a global perspective using research and case studies in developed and developing countries. This edited book provides researchers, academics, practitioners and students with varied perspectives of social sustainability in the global wine industry.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783030304126
Publisher: Springer International Publishing
Publication date: 11/22/2019
Edition description: 1st ed. 2020
Pages: 204
Product dimensions: 5.83(w) x 8.27(h) x 0.00(d)

About the Author

Sharon Forbes is Senior Lecturer in Marketing at Lincoln University, New Zealand.


Tracy-Anne De Silva is Senior Lecturer in Accounting at Lincoln University, New Zealand.



Armand Gilinsky, Jr. is the F.J. Korbel Professor of Wine Business at Sonoma State University, USA. He is editor of Crafting Sustainable Wine Businesses: Concepts and Cases and founding editor of the Wine Business Case Research Journal.

Table of Contents

1 Introduction to Social Sustainability


Azadeh (Azi) Nilipour



2 An Industry under Pressure: The Influence of Economic, Technological and Environmental Pressures on the Social Sustainability of the South African Wine Industry


Elsamari Botha




3 Sustaining Social Commitments at Colomé


Daniel Friel



4 Are US Wineries Prepared for the Next ‘Black Swan’ Event?


Armand Gilinsky, Jr.



5 The Transformational Power of Wine Tourism Experiences: The Socio-Cultural Profile of Wine Tourism in South Australia


Marianna Sigala




6 The Hawke’s Bay Wine Auction: History, Motivations and Benefits


Sharon L. Forbes and Tracy-Anne De Silva



7 27Seconds: A Wine Brand as a Vehicle for Social Change


Joanna Fountain and Sharon L. Forbes



8 Migrant Workers’ Rights, Social Justice and Sustainability in Australian and New Zealand Wineries: A Comparative Context


Tim Baird, C. Michael Hall, Pavel Castka and Haywantee Ramkissoon




9 Does Culture Show in Philanthropic Engagement? An Empiric Exploration of German and French Wineries


Marc Dressler and Coralie Haller



10 What Does ‘Sustainable Wine’ Mean? An Investigation of French and Italian Wine Consumers


Roberta Capitello and Lucie Sirieix



11 Addressing Social Outcomes in Land and Water Management for Global Wine Regions


Erin Upton and Max Nielsen-Pincus



12 Sustainability Reporting by New Zealand Wineries


Tracy-Anne De Silva, Azadeh (Azi) Nilipour, and Nazanin Mansouri



13 Philanthropic Wine Firms and their CSR Communication


Rosana Fuentes Fernández and Joshua Aboah


What People are Saying About This

From the Publisher

“I am pleased to recommend this book as a useful guide for understanding the latest issues in the wine industry regarding sustainability and social action. This is the first text to focus on both sustainability and social action, which have been inherent in the wine sector but rarely available for students to study and learn them from a range of internationally known authors.” (Professor Larry Lockshin, University of South Australia, Australia)

“This is a very useful book for anyone who does research and/or teaches in wine business, especially around the topic of sustainability. Filled with many interesting examples, stories, and tips.” (Dr. Liz Thach, MW, Distinguished Professor of Wine & Management, Wine Business Institute, Sonoma State University, USA)


“A useful guide with great international examples from different fields of the wine business which underlines the importance of social responsibility.” (Professor Dr. Gergely Szolnoki, Geisenheim University, Germany)

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