David Moroz


Associate Professor in Economics - Head of research founding

David Moroz
Discipline department
Economics, Territories and Sustainable Development
Teaching area
Geopolitics and market influence
Financial mathematics
David Moroz is an Associate Professor of Economics. He joined EM Normandie in 2020. Il has a PhD in economics, awarded in 2003 by the Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne. He wrote his thesis on the issues related to defining property rights to the human genome. His research interests are understanding the dynamics of cultural change with a particular focus on alternative investment markets. His articles analyse the foundations of reputation in the alcoholic beverages market, namely spirits.
2003 : PhD in economics, Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne
Professional experience

Since 2020 : ssociate professor in Economics, EM Normandie
2017-2020 : associate dean of accreditations, SCBS 
2013-2020 : associate dean of research, SCBS 
2012-2020 : associate dean of faculty, SCBS 
2008-2017 : director of Programme Grande Ecole, SCBS 
2005-2009 : head of the finance & economics department, SCBS 
2004-2013 : assistant professor in economics, SCBS 

David Moroz
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Year of publication


Moroz, D 2003, 'La définition de la propriété sur le génome humain : connaissance scientifique, patrimoine génétique humain et incertitude radicale', doctorat en sciences économiques, Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne, Reims, France.

PhD Dissertation / Accreditation to Supervise Management Research

Moroz, D & Pecchioli, B 2021, 'Do Whisky Investors Read the Bible? The Effect of Expert Ratings on the Vintage Single Malt Secondary Market', Journal of Wine Economics, vol. 16(1), pp. 86-101. CNRS : 3 ; HCERES : B. 

Academic articles

Moroz, D & Pecchioli, B 2020, 'Transaction Price Vs. Ask Price in Hedonic Regressions: Evidence from the Vintage Scotch Whisky Market', Applied Economics Letters, vol. 28(2), pp. 129-132. CNRS : 4.

Academic articles

Moroz, D & Pecchioli, B 2019, 'Should You Invest in an Old Bottle of Whisky or in a Bottle of Old Whisky? A Hedonic Analysis of Vintage Single Malt Scotch Whisky Prices', Journal of Wine Economics, vol. 14(2), pp. 145-163. CNRS : 3.

Academic articles

Moroz, D 2005, 'Production of Scientific Knowledge and Radical Uncertainty: The Limits of the Normative Approach in Innovation Economics', European Journal of Law and Economics, vol. 20(3), pp. 305-322. CNRS : 2. 

Academic articles

Moroz, D 2000, 'Les pratiques de prix prédateurs : analyse stratégique', Revue Internationale de Droit Economique, vol. 2, pp. 331-349. CNRS : 3. 

Academic articles

Moroz, D & Pecchioli, B 2022, 'Does Terroir Matter for Whisky Investors? An Analysis of Scotch Whisky Geographical Appellations Effect on Price', Academy of Wine Business Research Conference, Lyon, France, July 5-7.

Academic communications

Moroz, D & Pecchioli, B 2019, 'Do Whisky Investors Read the Bible? Expert Ratings Impact on Vintage Single Malt Secondary Market', 13th AAWE Conference, Vienna, Austria, July 14-18.

Academic communications

Moroz, D & Pecchioli, B 2019, 'Do Whisky Investors Read the Bible? Expert Ratings Impact on Vintage Single Malt Secondary Market', 10th IRMBAM Conference, Nice, France, July 8-10.

Academic communications

Bentata, P, Calcei, D & Moroz, D 2019, 'Why Is the Death Star More Highly Valued than the Hogwarts Castle? An Analysis of the IKEA Effect', 10th IRMBAM Conference, Nice, France, July 8-10.

Academic communications