Philippe Masset

Assistant Professor of Finance at Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne, HES-SO

Philippe MassetPhilippe Masset, PhD, is an Assistant Professor at Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne (EHL), where he teaches courses in finance. His research areas are empirical finance, alternative investments, wine economics, hospitality financial management and hotel real-estate investments. He has been a visiting professor at the University of Bordeaux and he is member of several academic associations including the American Association of Wine Economists (AAWE) and Bordeaux Wine Economics (BWE). He is also a founding member of the Alliance for Research on Wine & Hospitality Management. He has published several papers in international journals such as Emerging Market Review, European Financial Management, Journal of Alternative Investments, and in the Handbook of Financial Econometrics and Statistics and got substantial coverage in the media (e.g., Bloomberg, Reuters, Radio Télévision Suisse, Bilan, The Times, The Daily Telegraph, China Daily, La Repubblica). He has taught courses in finance (Financial Management, Corporate Finance, Investments, Real-Estate Finance, Risk Management, Wine Economics & Finance) at several academic institutions.

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Bordeaux 2020: What Economic Dosage For The Vaccine Vintage?

This article aims to analyse the Bordeaux wine market's current state and estimate reasonable release prices for the current en-primeur campaign. (1)

5 Key Issue The Wine Industry In Switzerland Is Currently Tackling

In 2020, EHL and Changins wine school launched a study on Swiss wines and the impact of Covid-19. Since a semblance of returning to normal is taking shape, the time seems opportune to summarize this project, taking care to place the Covid-19 crisis in a more general context.

Veni Vidi Vino Vici – A Tale Of Wine Economics & Finance

Exciting recommendations following the unusually successful EHL remote wine tasting session with EHL's Associate Professor, Dr Philippe Masset.

Paradeplatz versus Brasserie de la Gare: Why are Wall Street and Main Street evolving so differently?

As the world marks the one year birthday of COVID-19, it is reeling from the force of the first wave, battling the second and bracing for a third. Yet, the impact of this pandemic on the real economy (goods and services) remains uncertain.

The Impact Of COVID-19 On Swiss Wine Consumers

The crisis induced by the COVID-19 pandemic has had dramatic effects on many sectors, including the wine industry. The OIV (International Wine Organization) anticipates a 35% drop in sales volume and a 50% drop in value in 2020 in Europe.
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