Eva Parga - Dans

Birth Place: A Coruña
Telephone: 881 813 641
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She took a degree in Sociology at the University of A Coruña (UDC). From 2006 to 2011 she developed his doctoral thesis (Innovación y emergencia de un Servicio Intensivo en Conocimiento: El caso de la Arqueología Comercial) in the Spanish National Research Council (Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas - CSIC) under the directions of Professors Felipe Criado Boado and Xavier Vence. Owing to her doctoral thesis, Eva Parga elaborated the first data base of comercial archaeological companies in Spain.
Today he is a member of the Instituto de Ciencias del Patrimonio (Incipit) in the Spanish National Research Council (Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas - CSIC).
Her research lines verse on the social and economical studies on the cultural and heritage sector, the innovation systems, the kowledge intensive services, the knowledge transference in Humanities and the organizacional innovation.
Today, she participates in several R&D projects such as “Programa de Investigación en Tecnologías para la conservación y revalorización del Patrimonio Cultural. Consolider-Ingenio 2010” (2007-2012), “Creación de un observatorio de arqueología. Un proceso de centralización de la información y de transferencia del conocimiento”  (2010-2011); “Procesos de patrimonializacion no Camiño de Santiago: Tramo Santiago-Fisterra-Muxía” (2010-2012) or “Archaeology in Contemporary Europe, professional practices and public outreach”(2008-2012).
She wrote “El mercado del patrimonio: nacimiento, estructura y desarrollo de las empresas que gestionan el patrimonio arqueológico” (in Cadernos de Arqueoloxía e Patrimonio) and the chapters “Empresas de Arqueología” (in Cotec Innovación en el sector del patrimonio Histórico) and “Commercial Spanish Archaeology: Its growth, development and the impact of the global crisis” in Aitchison, K. and Schangler, N.: Archaeology and the Global Economic Crisis, 2010.
Today, she is working in the creation of a heritage observatory to centralize all the information of her thesis and spread a complete list of the companies and agents working at the archeaeological sector in Spain. She also analyses the organizational innovation process as revitalizing elements of the knowledge intensive services so that this conceptual framework can have practical applications in the cultural and heritage sector.