Miguel I. Gómez, PhD

Associate Professor, Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management

Miguel is an economist who specializes in marketing and food distribution, pricing and price analysis, and quantitative methods. His work on the wine value chain has covered a variety of topics including cost of establishment and operations of vineyards and wineries, effective wine tasting room marketing strategies, study of wine consumer preferences, assessment of wine distribution channels, and optimal disease control strategies in vineyards.

V05 | Cost of Establishment & Production of Vinifera Grapes in the Finger Lakes: 2019