September 01, 2008
The American Association of Wine Economists
Posted by David Zaring

In case you've been wondering where you should spend that last bit of your conference budget, we'd like to note that the American Association of Wine Economists hits attractive spots in the US and Europe every year.  They've got a name-brand president in Orly Ashenfelter, a board of heavy hitters and wine-region academics (one of whom calls the society "the definition of tenure"), a journal, and a terrible website.

Every industry presents some interesting case studies, I figure.  But I think lawyers, allegedly big institutionalists, haven't institutionalized societies to study sports, movies, cuisine, and so on the way that other social scientists have.  What are the implications for interdisciplinarity, I wonder?

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