Resume: David Aylward

Dr David Aylward is a leading expert on the history and organisational development of the Australian wine industry. He is on the Board of four international academic journals, is a reviewer for eleven international journals and has authored over thirty academic articles, book chapters and numerous professional articles. His latest publication is The Ten Apostles: Stories of Australia’s Iconic Wine Maker which he co-authored with Paul Ashton.

David has lectured at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and was a core member of the UTS Creative Practice and Cultural Economy Research Strength. He is Conjoint Fellow in the Faculty of Education and Arts at the University of Newcastle.

Publications

(Book) Aylward, D. and Ashton, P. (2016), The Ten Apostles: Stories of Australia’s Iconic Wine Makers, Halstead Press, Sydney.

Aylward, D. (2014), Patterns of innovation and change: contours in the global wine landscape, in (eds: Charters & Gallo) Wine Business Management, Pearson Publishing, Montreuil, France (Special Mention by the OIV in their annual prize for Works in the field of food and wine published in 2014).

Aylward, D. (2013), Competitiveness in the Australian wine: A Story of Loss and Renewal, in (ed: Hira) What makes clusters competitive? Cases from the global wine industry, Vancouver, McGill-Queens University Press.

Hira, A. & Aylward, D, (2013), Australia as a Triple Helix Exemplar: built upon a foundation of resource and institutional coordination and strategic consensus, Prometheus, 2013.

Aylward, D. (2013), Liquid Desire: A Map of Wine Drinking in Sydney, in (ed: Hamilton, P. & Ashton, P.) Locating Suburbia: memory, place, creativity, Sydney, UTS epress.

Aylward, D. (2012), Demarcation: A Dynamic Methodology for Quality Grading within the Australian Wine Industry, International Journal of Quality and Innovation.Vol. 2, No. 1, pp18-36.

Aylward, D. (2011), Creative Highways: Cultural Imperatives and Financial Returns in the Wine Industry, International Journal of Sustainable Strategic Management, Vol 2, No. 4, pp. 319-334.

Aylward, D. (2011), Pursuing the Creative: New pathways in the ‘economy of wine’, International Journal of Business Excellence, Vol.4, No.1, pp.80-93.

Aylward, D. (2010), Moving from Creative to Cultural Industries: The Case of the Australian wine sector, International Journal of Business and Globalisation, Vol. 5, Iss. 2, pp.135-146.

Aylward, D. & Carey, G. (2009), High-value niche production: What Australian wineries might learn from a Bordeaux First Growth, International Journal of Technology, Policy and Management, Vol. 9, No.4, pp.342-357.

Aylward, D. (2008), Towards a cultural economy paradigm for the Australian wine   industry, Prometheus, Vol. 26, No. 4, pp. 373- 385.

Aylward, D. & Clements, M, (2008), Crafting a local-global nexus in the Australian wine industry, Journal of Enterprising Communities, Vol. 2, Iss.1, pp.73-87.

Aylward, D. & Zanko, M, (2008), Reconfigured domains: alternative pathways for the international wine industry, International Journal of Technology, Policy and Management, Vol. 8, Iss. 2. pp.148-156.

Aylward, D. (2007), Differentiation or path dependency: A critical look at the Australian wine industry, Strategic Change, Wiley, v.16, pp.385-398.

Aylward, D, (2007), Innovation and Inertia: The emerging dislocation of imperatives within the Australian wine industry, International Journal of Technology and Globalization, Vol. 3, No. 2-3, pp.246-262.

Aylward, D, (2007), Fault Lines: Emerging Domains of Inertia within the Australian Wine Industry, Prometheus, Vol. 25, No. 1, pp.85-98.

Aylward, D. (2006), Innovation Lock-in: Unlocking Research and Development Path Dependency in the Australian Wine Industry, Strategic Change, Vol.15, pp.361-372.

Aylward, D. & Glynn, J., (2006), Innovation within the Australian Wine Industry: A Cluster Analysis, Small Enterprise Research: The Journal of SEAANZ, Vol. 14, no. 1, 2006, pp. 42-54.

Aylward, D., (2006), Global Pipelines: Profiling successful SME exporters within the Australian wine industry, International Journal of Technology, Policy and Management, Vol 6, No.1, April, pp.49-65.

MacGregor, R., Rix, M., Aylward, D., Glynn, J. (2006), Factors Associated with Research Management in Australian Commerce and Business Faculties, Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, Vol. 28, No. 1, March, pp.59-70.

Aylward, D. (2005), Global Landscapes: A speculative assessment of emerging organizational structures within the international wine industry, Prometheus, Vol. 23, No. 4, pp.421-436.

Aylward, D. (2005) Extending the Grapevine: Innovation and Knowledge Transmission within the Australian Wine Industry, Australian Agribusiness Review, V13, February, 2005.

Aylward, D. (2004), Innovation-Export Linkages within Different Cluster Models:  Case Study from the Australian Wine Industry, Prometheus, Vol 22, No 4, pp.423-437.

Aylward, D. (2004), Working Together: Innovation and Export Links within Highly Developed and Embryonic Wine Clusters, Journal of Strategic Change, Vol13, Iss.8, pp.429-439, Dec 2004.

Aylward, D and Turpin, T. (2003), New Wine in Old Bottles: A Case-Study of Innovation Territories in ‘New World’ Wine Production, International Journal of Innovation Management, Vol. 7 No. 4, pp.501-525.

Aylward, D (2003), A Documentary of Innovation Support Among New World Wine Industries, Journal of Wine Research, Vol. 14, No.1 pp.31-43.

Aylward, D. (2002), Diffusion of R&D within the Australian Wine Industry, Prometheus, Vol. 20, No. 4, pp. 351-366, December.

Tiberi, P., Hodgkinson, A., Iredale, R., McPhee, P., Aylward, D. (2004) Internationalisation, Networking and Ground for Regional Development Policies, Transition Studies Review, 36, VX1, Iss. 1 (Venice).

Refereed conference papers

Aylward, D., & Zanko, M., APROS 12, (2007), Finding new pathways: Reconfiguration of the international wine landscape, Challenges in Organizing and Managing in Rapidly Emerging Economies: Learning to Organize in the Global World Management Development Institute, Gurgaon, New Delhi, India, December 9-12

Aylward, D. & Zanko, M., (2006), Emerging Interorganizational Structures in the Australian Wine Industry: Implications for SMEs, 5th Global Conference on Business and Economics, Cambridge University, UK, July 6-8

Aylward, D. & Zanko, M., (2006), The innovation-inertia dichotomy: Experiences of firms within the Australian wine industry, 2nd Australasian Business and Behavioural Sciences Association (ABBSA) Conference, Industry, Market and Regions, 29 September – 1st October, Adelaide.

Aylward, D. & Glynn, J., (2005) Assessing SME Innovation within Different Cluster Models: Lessons from the Australian Wine Industry, SEEANZ Conference, Armidale, September Awarded Best Paper.

Cortese, C., Aylward, D., Glynn, J. (2005) “Our retirement in their hands: a userperspective”, Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand (AFAANZ) 2005 Annual Conference, Melbourne, Vic. ISSN 1328-780X. Aylward, D. (2004) Linking Innovation and Export within Different Cluster Types: A Case Study from the Australian Wine Industry, ANZAM Conference, Dunedin, NZ, December.

Rix, M., Aylward, D., MacGregor, R. & Glynn, J. Assessing the effectiveness of research management in Australian commerce and business faculties: The view from within, ANZAM Conference, Dunedin, NZ, December, 2004.

Rix, M., Aylward, D, MacGregor, R. & Glynn, J. The Effectiveness of Research Structures and Mechanisms within Australian Commerce Faculties, Irish Academy of Management Annual Conference, Dublin, Sept. 2-3, 2004.

Aylward, D. (2001) Diffusion of R&D within the Australian Wine Industry, AIBSEAR Conference 2001 Published Proceedings, Indonesia, July, 2001.

Garrett-Jones, S., Turpin, T., Aylward, D., Hasan, H., Steel, D. (2001) Qantitative and Qualitative Outcomes Study of the CRC Program, CRC Association Conference, 2001, Perth, May.

Mohannak, K., Aylward, D., Garrett-Jones, S., Turpin, T. (2001) Regional Innovation Experiences of Smaller Firms in Non-metropolitan Australia, The R&D Management Conferenc, Proceedings, pp.158-170, Wellington New Zealand, Editors: Davenport, S., Daellenbach, U., Davies, J., Butler, A., Pearson, A., Ball, D., RADMA, Manchester Jan, 2001 ISBN: 0 95400162 1.

Aylward, D. (Invited Speaker) (2000) Garrett-Jones, S., Turpin, T. Strategic Alliances between Companies and Universities in Australia: An Evaluation of Research Council Programs, ATICCA 2000 Conference, Managing Commercial Knowledge Transfer in Australian Tertiary Institutions, 20th July, 2000.

Book Chapters

Mohannak,K., Aylward, D. (2002), Regional Innovation: Experiences of Smaller Firms in Non-metropolitan Australia Innovation, Technology Policy and Regional Development: Evidence from China and Australia, (ed) Turpin, T. Liu, Z., Garrett-Jones, S., Burns, P.

Garrett-Jones, S. & Aylward, D (2000), Some recent developments in the evaluation of university research outcomes in the United Kingdom, Research Evaluation, Vol 8, No. 1, pp. 69-75.

Articles in professional journals

Aylward, D. (2007) Flawed perfection: Has R&D helped undermine our wine industry’s competitive advantage?, The Australian and New Zealand Grapegrower and Winemaker, December 2007, pp. 96-98.

Aylward, D. (2007), LA PERFECCIÓN DEFECTUOSA: ¿HA COLABORADO LA I+D EN LA DEBILITACIÓN DE LA VENTAJA COMPETITIVA DE LA INDUSTRIA VITIVINÍCOLA AUSTRALIANA?, Revista Enologia, Nov-Dec, No. 4.

Aylward, D., (2007), VÍAS DE INNOVACIÓN:EXPERIENCIAS DE LA INDUSTRIA VITIVINÍCOLA AUSTRALIANA, Revista Enologia, May-June, No. 2, pp.1-11.

Aylward, D., (2006) The road to innovation: experiences in the Australian wine industry, The Australian & New Zealand Grapegrower and Winemaker, Annual Technical Issue, June, pp. 119-125.

Aylward, D. (2005) What makes a successful SME exporter within the Australian wine industry, The Australian & New Zealand Grapegrower and Winemaker, 33rd Annual Technical Issue, June 2005, No. 497a, pp.122-127.

Aylward, D. Wine Clusters Equal Export Success, The Australian & New Zealand Grapegrower & Winemaker, No. 487, pp. 105-107, August, 2004.

Aylward, D. Mapping Australia’s Wine Exports, Australian and New Zealand Wine Industry Journal, V.18, No. 5, pp.68-72, Dec 2003.

Contract research reports

Harvie, C., Aylward, D., Gregory, G., Lee, B., MacGregor, R., Vrazalic, L. Profiling Successful Regional SME Exporters, NSW Department of State and Regional Development, March, 2003.

Hodgkinson, A., Iredale, R., McPhee, P., Vipraio, P., Aylward, D. Internationalisation, Information Flows and Networking in Rural and Regional Firms, UoW, 2003 ISBN 0 86418 718 1.

Garrett-Jones, S, Turpin, T., Aylward, D., Hasan, H., Steel, D. Measuring the Outcomes of the CRC Program: A Framework. DISR, Commonwealth Government of Australia, Canberra, September, 2002.

Garrett-Jones, S., Turpin, T., Aylward, D., Speak, G. Patterns of Research Activity in Australian Universities: Phase 2, AGPS, Canberra, 2000.

Turpin, T., Aylward, D., Garrett-Jones, S., Speak, G, Grigg, L., Johnston, R. (1999) University and Industry Partnerships in Australia: An Evaluation of Industry-Linked Targeted Research Schemes, DETYA, McMillan, Canberra.

Palmer, G., Turpin, T., Aylward, D., Mikus, S. (1997) Management Research in Australia, Discipline Review, AGPS, Canberra.

Turpin, T., Aylward, D., Garrett-Jones, S., Johnston, R. (1996) Knowledge-Based Cooperation: University-Industry Linkages in Australia, AGPS, Canberra.

Aylward, D., Curtis, S., Turpin, T. (1996) Research Structures, Constraints and Supports: Experiences at the University of Wollongong“, Published University of Wollongong.

Turpin, T., Garrett-Jones, S., Rankin, N., Aylward, D. (1996) Using Basic Research: Socio-economic connections to Academic Research in Australia: Part 2, NBEET Commissioned Report No. 45, AGPS.

Turpin, T., Garrett-Jones, S., Rankin, N., Aylward, D. (1996) Patterns of Research in Australian Higher Education: Phase 1, AGPS, Canberra.

Liyanage, S., Aylward, D., Ngui, M., Harvie, C., Turpin, T., Humphreys, J. (1996) The Role of the Private Sector in Human Resources Development , (AIDAB) , July.

Murphy, P., Hill, S., Linke, R., Aylward, D. (1994) Quantitative Indicators of Australian Academic Research, AGPS, Canberra.

August, 2009: Invited to give a lecture to a Thai delegation (49) on their Australian tour. Topic: Industry clusters in the Australian wine sector.