Higher Degree by Research Candidate
School of Economics and Public Policy
Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Economics
I studied agricultural engineering in Argentina, undertaking parts of my degree in Brazil and the United States, and completed a master’s degree in agricultural economics at the University of Western Australia. I have experience in farm management and consultancy, and have worked at Concha & Toro, the Argentinean Wine Corporation and the National University of Cuyo, among other organisations. My PhD thesis looks at wine economics.
Language Competency English Can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review Portuguese Can read, write, speak and understand spoken Spanish - Latin American Can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review
Date Institution name Country Title 2019 The University of Western Australia Australia Master of Agricultural Science (Economics Specialization) with Distinction 2015 National University of Cuyo Argentina Agricultural Engineer
Year Citation 2022 Puga, G., Anderson, K., Jones, G., Tchatoka, F., & Umberger, W. (2022). A climatic classification of the world’s wine regions. Oeno One, 56(2), 165-177.
2022 Puga, G., Anderson, K., & Doko Tchatoka, F. (2022). Impact of growing season temperature on grape prices in Australia. Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research, 28(4), 651-657.
2022 Puga, G., Sharafeyeva, A., & Anderson, K. (2022). Explaining Bilateral Patterns of Global Wine Trade, 1962-2019. Journal of Wine Economics. 2022 Santoni, L. J., Estrella Orrego, J., Gennari, A., & Puga, G. (2022). Profiles and factors influencing spending of wine tourists in Mendoza. Tourism and Hospitality Research, 22(4), 403-413.
2020 Puga, G., Umberger, W., & Gennari, A. (2020). The Impact of the European Grapevine Moth on Grape Production: Implications for Eradication Programs. Journal of Wine Economics, 15(4), 394-402.
2019 Puga, G., Fogarty, J., Hailu, A., & Gennari, A. (2019). Modeling Grape Price Dynamics in Mendoza: Lessons for Policymakers. Journal of Wine Economics, 14(4), 343-355.
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