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Table 1 Topics, geographical coverage and techniques used in selected literature

From: Sustainability in the wine industry: key questions and research trendsa

Topics Author(s) Geographical coverage Study tipology Technique Sustainability aspects
Strategy Atkin et al. (2012) US Quantitative Survey Links between environmental strategy and performance
Forbes and De Silva (2012) New Zealand Quantitative survey Environmental Management System
Cederberg et al. (2009) Chile Qualitative Case study at country level Potentiality of industry organic wine
Flint and Golicic (2009) New Zealand Qualitative In-depth Interviews (Grounded Theory) Drivers of wine industry sustainability
Guthey and Whiteman (2009) US (California) Qualitative Case study Firm-ecology relationships
Gabzdylova et al. (2009) New Zealand Mixed Interviews Internal and external drivers of sustainability
Pullman et al. (2010) US Mixed Interviews Sustainability practices
Bonn and Fisher (2011) Australia Qualitative Case study Sustainability as a business strategy
Sinha and Akoorie (2010) New Zealand Quantitative Multivariate Analysis Environmental practices
Sampedro et al. (2010) Spain Qualitative Interviews Environment as a business strategy
Warner (2007) California Qualitative Interviews and Focus Groups Links between sustainability and place-based branding
Preston (2008) France and Australia Qualitative Case study Change in supply chain practices
Novaes Zilber et al. (2010) Argentina Qualitative Case study Potentiality of industry organic wine
Poitras and Getz (2006) Canada Qualitative Case study Host community perspective
Entrepreneurial and Top Management Behaviour Marshall et al. (2010) US and New Zealand Quantitative Multivariate Analysis Motivations for improving environmental performance
Marshall et al. (2005) US Qualitative Focus groups and Interviews Environmental behavior drivers
Cordano et al. (2010) US Quantitative Multivariate Analysis Drivers of adoption of voluntary EMP
Silverman et al. (2005) US Quantitative Multivariate Analysis Drivers to improve environmental performance
Consumer Behaviour Brugarolas et al. (2010) Spain Quantitative Contingent Valuation Organic wine
Forbes et al. (2009) New Zealand Quantitative Descriptive Analysis Green production practices in vineyards
Mann et al. (2012) EU- Switzerland Quantitative Survey based on interviews Determinants organic wine consumption
Bernabeu et al. (2007) Spain Quantitative Conjoint Analysis Organic wine
Thogersen (2002) Denmark Quantitative Multivariate Analysis Organic wine
Krystallis et al. (2006) Greece Quantitative Factor Analysis Organic wine
Loureiro (2003) US (Colorado) Quantitative Probit Model Environmental friendly label
Blondel and Javaheri (2004) France Quantitative Experimental procedure Organic wine
Fotopoulos et al. (2003) Greece Mixed Means-end chain analysis Organic wine
Barber (2010) USA Quantitative Multivariate Analysis Environmental friendly labels
Barber et al. (2010) USA Quantitative Multivariate Analysis (Factor, Discriminant) Environmental friendly labels
Bernabeu et al. (2008) Spain Quantitative Multivariate Analysis Organic wine
Supply chain management and certification Desta (2008) California Quantitative Cross sectional survey Code of sustainable winegrowing practices
Ohmart (2008) California Mixed Context analysis based on secondary data Code of sustainable winegrowing practices
McManus (2008) Australia Qualitative Case study Environmental sustainability
Ardente et al. (2006) Italy Qualitative Case study Estimation of direct and indirect env impact with POEMS methodology and simplified LCA
Colman and Paster (2009) Global Qualitative LCA Analysis Impact on environment based on a carbon calculator model
Marchettini et al. (2003) Italy Qualitative Emergy analysis Ecological performance of wine production
  Cholette and Venkat (2009) US Quantitative LCA analysis Employ CargoScope tool to analyze the carbon and energy profiles of wine distribution