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Abbreviation for "American Association of Wine Economists", a non-profit and educational organisation focused on promoting and communicating economic research and analysis as well as the exchange of ideas for the publication of the bi-annual journal "The Journal of Wine Economics", as well as staging scientific conferences and forums with the content related to current economic research in viticulture. AAWE members are economists from around the world in academia, business, government and research. Benefits of individual membership include a subscription to the Journal of Wine Economics and membership discounts for conference attendance, as well as the opportunity to publish in the Journal. AAWE also allows institutional membership to academic institutions, firms and other organisations with similar objectives. The annual meetings are held in a different city/country each year, the first being Trier (Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany) in 2007. This was followed by Portland (Oregon, USA) in 2008, Reims (Champagne, France) in 2009, Davis (California, USA) in 2010, Bolzano (South Tyrol, Italy) in 2011, Princeton (New Jersey, USA) in 2012 and Stellenbosch (South Africa) in 2013. See also under Viticultural Institutions.

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