Accounting for growth in the Australian wine industry, 1987 to 2003
A computable general equilibrium model of the Australian economy is used to account for the dramatic growth in Australia’s wine industry between 1987 and 1999, and to project grape and wine volumes and prices to 2003. Export demand growth has made a major contribution to total output growth in premium wines, and accounts for most of the increase in the producer price of premium red wine. Domestic consumer preferences have shifted, mainly towards premium red wine, but there is...[Show more]
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