Research Seminar by David Doloreux in France to Examine Canadian Wine Industry
Professor David Doloreux examines the Canadian wine industry in the context of the link between innovation and territory in a presentation at the University of Bordeaux in France on April 7 (“Collaboration (Transferable and Nontransferable) Knowledge and Innovation: Study of Cool Climate Wine Industry in Canada”). A Full Professor and Chair in entrepreneurship, innovation and regional development at University of Ottawa, Doloreux will discuss features of the industry, the key factors in the emergence of the wine industry in the different wine-producing regions and the structural and institutional problems hampering the development of the wine industry. He will explore the nature and geography of collaboration in this industry, with emphasis on the relative importance of different sources of knowledge, the spatial dimension of exchanges and their relevance for innovation. This research seminar will be presented at the Institut des Sciences de la Vigne et du Vin at the University of Bordeaux.