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Books

Book chapters

McIntyre J and Germov J, 2013. Drinking History: Enjoying Wine in Early Colonial New South Wales. In Eriksson S, Hastie M, Roberts, eds. Eat History: Food and Drink in Australia and Beyond. Melbourne: Cambridge Scholars Press: 120-142.

Simpson, J (2010) 'The British Wine Market and the International Wine Trade: the limits to export-led growth before 1914', The keys to economic and social development: Tribute to Gabriel Tortella. Madrid

Simpson, J (2005) 'Spanish agriculture in the long run , 1760-1960 ' in Jerneck Magnus , Magnus Mörner, Gabriel Tortella & Sune Åkerman ( eds. ) Different Paths to Modernity: A Nordic and Spanish Perspective. Lund: Nordic Acadenic Press

Simpson, J (2004) 'European farmers and the British ' agricultural revolution' in Leandro Prados (ed) Exceptionalism and Industrialisation: Britain and its European Rivals, 1688-1815. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Journal articles

Allen, MP. Germov, J (2010) Judging taste and creating value : The cultural consecration of Australian wines, Journal of Sociology 2011 47: 35

Dunstan, D. & McIntyre, J. (2014) Wine, olives, silk and fruits: The Mediterranean plant complex and agrarian visions for a 'practical economic future' in colonial Australia, Journal of Australian Colonial History Vol 6.

Dunstan, D (2006) With Sam Benwell and the house of lords journeying to wine in Victoria, Journal of Australian Studies, 30:87, 87-99

Dunstan, D Some vintage specimens and newer breeds of Australian wine, The Wine Press

McIntyre, J. Mitchell, R. Boyle, B.  and Ryan, S (2013) 'We used to get and give a lot of help: Networking, Cooperation and Knowledge Flow in the Hunter Valley Wine Cluster', Australian Economic History Review 53, 3: 247-267.

McIntyre, J. (2011): Adam Smith and Faith in the Transformative Qualities of Wine in Colonial New South Wales, Australian Historical Studies, 42:2, 194-211

McIntyre, J. (2011) Resisting ages-old fixity as a Factor in wine qyuality : Colonial wine tours and Australia's ealry wine industry, The Australasian-Pacific Journal of Regional Food Studies 2011 Number 1 42-64

McIntyre, J. (2009) Not Rich and Not British:Philip Schaeffer, 'Failed' Colonial Farmer Journal of Australian Colonial History, Vol. 11, 2009: 1-20.ISSN: 1441-0370.

Mcintyre, J. (2008) "'Bannelong sat down to dinner with Governor Phillip, and drank his wine and coffee as usual": Aborigines and wine in early New South Wales'. History Australia 5(2): pp. 39.1 to 39.14.001: 10.2104/ha080039

McIntyre, J. (2007) Camden to London and Paris: The Role of the Macarthur Family in the Early New South Wales Wine Industry,The Author History Compass 5/2 (2007): 427–438, 10.1111/j.1478-0542.2007.00419.x Blackwell Publishing Ltd

Mitchell, R., "You Can't Make a Good Wine without a Few Beers": Gatekeepers and Knowledge Flow in Industrial Districts

Simpson, J. (2011) "Factor endowments, markets and vertically integration: The development of commercial wine production in Argentina, Australia and California, c1870-1914", Economic History Review - Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History. 29, 1: 39-66.

Simpson, J. (2005) "Too little regulation?: The British market for Sherry, 1840-90", Business History 47, 3: 367-82

Simpson, J. (2005) 'Cooperation and conflicts: institutional innovation in France's wine markets, 1870- 1911'. Business History Review, 79: 527-58

Simpson, J. (2004) 'Selling to reluctant drinkers: the British wine market, 1860-1914', Economic History Review 57, 1: 80-108

Other publications

Low-Alcohol Wine: A Narrative Review on Consumer Perception and Behaviour

Hunter Valley Wine Country Tourism Monitor 2012 Annual Report

Wine Industry Research Collaborative, "The Business of Wine" The Inaugural Wine Business Research Symposium Proceedings December 2009

Vines, Wine and Identity Project Partners newsletter: Issue 1 (September 2014) (PDF, 1.51MB)

Wine Industry Research Symposium Program, Newcastle (2009)