Successful Paths. Designations of Origin, Food and Wine Itineraries, and Territorial Development
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pp. 128,      1a edizione  2017   (Codice editore 10365.8)

Codice ISBN: 9788891766328

In breve
In recent years there has been in Italy a continuing growth and evolution in the appreciation and promotion of the Designation of Origin agro-food productions, and the enogastronomy has become one of the cornerstones of the Country’s tourism strategies. The author wants to bring together and annotate in this book the studies that she conducted during the first decade of this century on the value of Designations of Origin, wine tourism, and the development of Designation of Origin territories.
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In recent years Italy has had to deal with its most serious economic crisis since the post-WWII years. A crisis that has radically changed the Italian economic and financial structure, as well as the prospects for future development and employment. In this context, there has been a continuing growth and evolution in the appreciation and promotion of the Designation of Origin agro-food productions, and the enogastronomy has become one of the cornerstones of the Country's tourism strategies. In light of the above, the author wants to bring together and annotate in this book the studies that she conducted during the first decade of this century on the value of Designations of Origin, wine tourism, and the development of Designation of Origin territories, with the aim of understanding and communicating the factors that have come to determine these successful paths. These studies were conducted in collaboration with some of the most important Italian organizations in this field, from the Emilia-Romagna Regional Administration to the Associazione Nazionale Città del Vino (National Association of Wine Cities).

Silvia Gatti, an economist who received her education from the Faculty of Economics at the University of Modena in the 1980s, is currently permanent assistant professor in Economic Policy at the School of Economics, Management, and Statistics of the University of Bologna, where she teaches Health Economics and Environmental Economics. She is a member of the American Economic Association and of the American Association of Wine Economists.

Indice
Silvia Gatti, Successful Paths. Designations of Origin, Food and Wine Itineraries, and Territorial Development
(Economic crisis and structural weaknesses; Designations of Origin in the 2000s; The origins of a successful path; References)
Silvia Gatti, A Profile of Wine Tourists in Some Italian Region Vineyards: An Application of the Multiple Correspondence Analysis
(The National Body on Wine Tourism; The survey on the characteristics, habits and opinions of wine tourists who visit wine- producing farms; The results; Data analysis; Multiple correspondence analysis (MCA); The application of the method; Interpretation of the first factorial axis: Not belonging to the sector - Belonging to the sector; Interpretation of the second factorial axis: the enthusiastic - the uninterested; It takes all kinds of tourists; References; Appendix 1. Questionnaire)
Silvia Gatti, The Value of Designations of Origin in Emilia-Romagna
(Introduction: On Value; Context: Designation of origin and citizens; The territory of the Strada dei Vini e dei Sapori "Città Castelli Ciliegi"; Features of the territory and population in the Strada; Designations of Origin value for citizens; The alternative public spending choices; Beyond the concept of economic welfare; References)
Silvia Gatti, Designations of Origin, the Wine Route, and the City. The Results of a Survey Conducted among the Residents of the City of Bologna
(Introduction; The questionnaire; The sample group interviewed; Results; Multiple correspondence analysis; Conclusion; References; Annex 1. Contributions des modalités actives).




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