Extension Publications

  1. Atallah S.S., M.I. Gómez, M.F Fuchs, and T.E. Martinson. 2015. “Economic Impact of Grapevine Leafroll Disease on Vitis vinifera cv. Cabernet franc in Finger Lakes Vineyards of New York.” Finger Lakes, Vineyard Notes, December 2015.
  2. D. Oh, S. Kananizadeh, M.I. Gómez, T. Martinson. 2015 “Cost Of Establishment and Production of Cold Hardy Grapes in The Thousand Islands Region of New York-2015,” Extension Bulletin 2015-12, Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management.
  3. D. Oh, S. Kananizadeh, M.I. Gómez, T. Martinson. 2015 “Cost Of Establishment and Production of Cold Hardy Grapes in The Chautauqua Region of New York-2015,” Extension Bulletin 2015-15, Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management.
  4. M.I. Gómez. 2015. “Key Lessons for learned from Sunnyside Gas and Grocery. The case of a store, a cabbage and a potato.” Enhancing Food Security in the Northeast through Local and Regional Food Systems Newsletter, February 5, 2015.
  5. Atallah, S.S., M.I. Gómez. 2014. “Grapevine Leafroll Disease Control: It Pays to Test Neighboring Vines,” Appellation Cornell Research Focus 2014-2.
  6. Tang, Y, Gómez, M.I. and White, J. 2014 “Cost Of Establishment and Production of Hybrid Grapes In The Finger Lakes Region Of New York-2014,” Extension Bulletin 2014-11, Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management.
  7. Tang, Y, Gómez, M.I. and Park, K. “A Case Study of Price Premiums for Local Foods in Tompkins County, New York,” Smart Marketing, November 2014.
  8. Gómez, M.I. “Supply Chain Impacts of an Increased Vegetable Demand: The Case of Cabbage,” by Kristen Devlin, Newsletter: Enhancing Food Security in the Northeast, October 2014.
  9. Gómez, M.I. and Kelly, E.M. “The Tasting Room Experience and Winery Customer Satisfaction,” Northern Grapes Project Extension Bulletin.
  10. Gómez, M.I. and J. Li. 2013. “Chapter 10. Grapes, Wine and Ornamental Crops.” in New York Economic Handbook 2014, Department of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University. December, pp. 10-1–10-13.
  11. Atallah, S.S., M.I. Gómez. 2013. “Eastern Broccoli Crop Budgets.” Extension Bulletin 2013-12, Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management.
  12. Cuellar-Healey, S., M.I. Gómez. 2013. “Module 1: Marketing.” Extension Bulletin 2013-02, Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management.
  13. Cuellar-Healey, S., M.I. Gómez. 2013. “Module 1: Marketing, Teaching Slides.” Extension Bulletin 2013-02i, Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management.
  14. Cuellar-Healey, S., M.I. Gómez. 2013. “Module 2: Customer Analysis.” Extension Bulletin 2013-03, Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management.
  15. Cuellar-Healey, S., M.I. Gómez. 2013. “Module 2: Customer Analysis Example, The Hispanic Market in the United States.” Extension Bulletin 2013-03i, Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management.
  16. Cuellar-Healey, S., M.I. Gómez. 2013. “Module 2: Customer Analysis, Teaching Slides.” Extension Bulletin 2013-03ii, Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management.
  17. Cuellar-Healey, S., M.I. Gómez. 2013. “Module 3: Company Analysis.” Extension Bulletin 2013-04, Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management.
  18. Cuellar-Healey, S., M.I. Gómez. 2013. “Module 3: Company Analysis Example, Marketing Plan, Mixed Green Salad Gardens.” Extension Bulletin 2013-04i, Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management.
  19. Cuellar-Healey, S., M.I. Gómez. 2013. “Module 3: Company Analysis, Teaching Slides.” Extension Bulletin 2013-04ii, Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management.
  20. Cuellar-Healey, S., M.I. Gómez. 2013. “Module 4: Competitor Analysis.” Extension Bulletin 2013-05, Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management.
  21. Cuellar-Healey, S., M.I. Gómez. 2013. “Module 4: Competitor Analysis Example, SWOT Analysis.” Extension Bulletin 2013-05i, Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management.
  22. Cuellar-Healey, S., M.I. Gómez. 2013. “Module 4: Competitor Analysis, Teaching Slides.” Extension Bulletin 2013-05ii, Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management.
  23. Cuellar-Healey, S., M.I. Gómez. 2013. “Module 6: Price.” Extension Bulletin 2013-07, Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management.
  24. Gómez, M.I. and E.M. Kelley, 2013. “The Tasting Room Experience and Winery Customer Satisfaction.” Extension Bulletin 2013-01, Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management.
  25. Gómez, M.I. and J. Li. 2012. “Chapter 10. Grapes, Wine and Ornamental Crops.” in New York Economic Handbook 2013, Department of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University. December, pp. 10-1–10-13.
  26. Atallah S.S., M.I. Gómez, M.F Fuchs, and T.E. Martinson. 2012. “Economic Impact of Grapevine Leafroll Disease on Vitis vinifera cv. Cabernet franc in Finger Lakes Vineyards of New York.” Appellation Cornell, Issue 10, May 2012.
  27. Schuelke, R., Hoffmann, M., and M.I. Gómez. 2012 “Cause Marketing Opportunities: GleanNY, Donating Food from Farms to NY’s Hungry.” Smart Marketing, July.
  28. Gómez, M.I. and J. Li. 2011. “Chapter 10. Grapes, Wine and Ornamental Crops.” in New York Economic Handbook 2012, Department of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University. December, pp. 10-1–10-13.
  29. Schmit, T., M. Stephenson, B. Rickard, M.I. Gómez. 2011. “Agricultural Markets Outlook.” Research & Policy Brief Series, Community and Regional Development Institute. 45, December 2011.
  30. Gómez, M.I. “FACULTY FOCUS: 5 Questions for Miguel Gómez.” Appellation Cornell, Issue 8, December 8, 2011.
  31. Rickard, B.R., T. Schmit, M.I. Gómez, H. Lu. 2011. “Does the Name Matter? Developing Brands for Patented Fruit Varieties.” New York Fruit Quarterly 19(3): 5-9.
  32. Gómez, M.I. and K. Park. 2011. “Do Price Premiums Exist for Local Products?” Smart Marketing, February 2011.
  33. B.J. Rickard, T.M. Schmit, M.I. Gómez, and H. Lu. 2011 “It’s All What You Call It: The Importance of Names for New Apple Varieties.” Smart Marketing, October 2011.
  34. Schmit, T. and M.I. Gómez (2010). “Growing Farmers Markets in Northern New York: Improving Community Development, Food Access, and Farm Returns.” New York Minute, Community and Regional Development Institute, Issue Number 43, December 2010.
  35. Rickard, B and Gómez, M.I. 2010. “Chapter 10: Specialty Crops.” in New York Economic Handbook 2010, EB 2009-25, Department of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University. December, pp. 10-1 – 10-18.
  36. Gómez, M.I. (2010). “Moving Local Foods from Farm to Consumers: Lessons from NYS Apples.” Research & Policy Brief Series, Community and Regional Development Institute, Issue Number 38, November 2010.
  37. Schmit, T. and M.I. Gómez (2010). “The Growing Farmers Markets in Northern New York: Improving Community Development, Food Access and Farm Returns”. New York State Association of Counties News, 31 (4), Fall 2010.
  38. Gómez, M.I., Atallah, S. Martinson, T., Fuchs, M. 2010. “Economic analysis of the financial impact of the grape Leafroll virus (GLRV) in the Finger Lakes region of New York.” Extension Bulletin 2010-15, Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management.
  39. Gómez, M.I. “Finger Lakes Grape Demand Survey: Preliminary Results”. (In press) Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Extension Bulletin.
  40. Gómez, M.I. 2010. “Customer Satisfaction and Tasting Room Sales in the Finger Lakes Region.” Appellation Cornell, Research Focus 2010-3.
  41. Park, K. and M.I. Gómez. 2010. “Fifteen Case Studies on Local Food Supply Chains.” Smart Marketing, Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, July 2010.
  42. Gómez, M.I. 2009. "Should Customer Satisfaction Be Part of Specialty Crop Growers’ Marketing Strategy?" New York Berry News, September 2009.
  43. Gómez, M.I. “Mercadeo e Industria de Alimentos: Tendencias y Retos” Revista Nota Uniandina, August, 2009, Bogotá, Colombia.
  44. Schmit, T., M.I. Gómez and B. Logozar. “Drivers of Vendor Satisfaction and Performance at Farmers’ Markets” Smart Marketing, Department of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, September 2009.
  45. Rickard, B and Gómez, M.I. 2009. “Chapter 10: Specialty Crops.” in New York Economic Handbook 2010, EB 2009-25, Department of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University. December, pp. 10-1 – 10-18.
  46. Gómez, M.I., 2009. “Why is customer satisfaction relevant for specialty crop growers?” Smart Marketing, Department of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, January May 2009.
  47. Wien, H.C., Gómez, M.I. and B.R. Rickard. 2009 “Should Production in High Tunnels Be Part of Your Specialty Crop Enterprise?” Smart Marketing, Department of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, January 2009.
  48. Rickard, B and Gómez, M.I. 2008. “Chapter 10: Specialty Crops.” in New York Economic Handbook 2009, EB 2008-25, Department of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University. December, pp. 10-1 – 10-18.
  49. Gómez, M.I., J. Frank, E. Kunda and P. Garcia. 2008 “Behavior of Lean Hog Futures Contracts and Hedging Opportunities” Office for Futures and Options Research (OFOR), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, June 2008.
  50. Crihfield, J.B., M.I. Gómez. 1993-94. "Economic Activity in Illinois." Illinois Business Review. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.