Professor Kym Anderson is one of the most widely read academics in Wine Economics
Professor Anderson's research on international trade and development, agricultural economics, environmental economics, and wine economics is amongst the highest read publications, according to Cambridge University Press, 'most read' analytics.
Professor Kym Anderson, Executive Director of the Wine Economics Research Centre and Emeritus Professor with the School of Economics, has 4 out of 10 publications listed as the most read papers in the Journal of Wine Economics.
Professor Anderson's most popular papers are:
- U.K. and Global Wine Markets by 2025, and Implications of Brexit (Anderson, K & Wittwer, G 2017)
- Convergence in National Alcohol Consumption Patterns: New Global Indicators (Holmes, AJ & Anderson, K 2017)
- How Much Government Assistance Do European Wine Producers Receive? (Anderson, K & Jensen, HG 2016)
- Modeling Global Wine Markets to 2018: Exchange Rates, Taste Changes, and China's Import Growth (Anderson, K & Wittwer, G 2013)
In addition, the free revised ebook on Winegrapes from the University of Adelaide Press websites has been downloaded 2260 times in 10 weeks.
The Adelaide Business School and the School of Economics would like to congratulate Professor Anderson on this outstanding achievement.