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Wine Business Institute’s Research Journal Rescoped and Renamed to Wine Business Journal

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New scope to diversify published research, provide insights for wine professionals beyond the academic community

Sonoma State LogoRohnert Park, CA – Effective immediately, the Wine Business Institute at Sonoma State University announces a name change of its open access Wine Business Case Research Journal to Wine Business Journal. The renaming follows fundamental changes to expand the scope of the publication to include empirical and conceptual research in addition to industry and regional case studies. The new approach will provide relevant and timely insights for the wine community at large. Vicky Farrow, CEO and co-proprietor of Amista Vineyards, will join as an advisory editor to incorporate feedback from wine industry executives. As a part of the new objective, the Wine Business Journal will release a special issue on “Covid-19 and the Wine Industry” in January 2021. 

“Our goal is to increase the value of peer-reviewed research in the field of wine business by cumulating the findings of empirical studies published to date, focusing on understudied areas of research, and increasing the relevance and accessibility of our research to academics and industry executives,” said Dr. Sergio Canavati, editor in chief for the Wine Business Journal and associate professor of management. “We’ve seen a surge in the number of research submissions this year. And, thanks to the Wine Business Institute, the journal is accessible free of charge for everyone and requires no submission fees from authors.” 

“The enhanced Wine Business Journal fits the Wine Business Institute’s goal to be of service to the wine community. It broadens the scope in a way that will attract more diverse publications and appeal to a broader audience. I am particularly excited about the practitioner focus that has been added to the journal’s mission,” said Dr. Jean-Francois Coget, dean of the School of Business and Economics. “Our Wine Business Journal team has been working hard to inject new life in this publication, building on an excellent track record from the past four years. I see lots of potential for this journal in the next few years.”

In addition to Vicky Farrow, the Wine Business Journal has also added new members to its editorial team and review board. Dr. Sergio Canavati was recently appointed as the new editor in chief; and Dr. Matthew J. Bauman from Purdue University Northwest and Dr. Damien Wilson, SSU’s Hamel Family Chair of Wine Business, join Mr. David Rowe as associate editors. Eight new researchers from around the globe were added to the journal’s review board, including: 

  • Chou-Yu Tsai, Binghamton University
  • Damien Wilson, Sonoma State University
  • Dirk Libaers, University of South Florida
  • Emiliano Villanueva, Eastern Connecticut State University
  • Maria Ballesteros-Sola, California State University-Channel Islands
  • Matthew Bauman, Purdue University Northwest
  • Paul Woodfield, Auckland University of Technology
  • Savisesh Malampallayil, Binghamton University

The Wine Business Journal is the premier publication of the Wine Business Institute. The mission of the WBJ is to advance wine business theory, teaching, and practice through the generation, cumulation, and dissemination of knowledge focused on topics with practical and theoretical implications. In its fifth year of publication, the Wine Business Journal is a member of Cabell’s Whitelist Journals and is listed on the Directory of Open Access Journals. The journal is issued gratis for the wine community and can be accessed here.

 

About the Wine Business Institute

The Wine Business Institute serves as an intellectual and industry hub for faculty, students, and the business community. Founded in 1996 as a partnership between the wine industry and the School of Business and Economics at Sonoma State University, the WBI provides cutting-edge research that informs policy, industry best practices, and program curriculum. The WBI offers online and in-person wine-focused degrees and industry certifications. For more information about our wine business research, or degree and certificate programs, please contact us at [email protected], or visit https://sbe.sonoma.edu/winebiz.

 

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