Eva Parga Dans

Eva Parga Dans
Spanish National Research Council | CSIC · Instituto de Productos Naturales y Agrobiología

PhD Applied Economy

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The surface and output of organic agriculture is growing steadily in recent years, being generally seen as a healthier, safer and more sustainable alternative to conventional agriculture. Comparisons between organic and conventional products are nonetheless scarce in the literature, especially in the case of wine. The aim of this study was to compa...
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Natural wine is made from grapes produced under organic or biodynamic management without using additives in the cellar. Natural wine represents a movement of winegrowers that see agriculture as an ethical act against wine industrialization and as a way to make food systems more sustainable. The movement has gained fast-growing global fame and conne...
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Heritage sites, events, ruins and fragments can evoke different sensations, emotions and memories of our own history and the history of others. In the last two decades, cultural managers, urban planners, conservators and architects have begun to approach heritage valorisation from different perspectives. However, the integration of interactions bet...
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Purpose: The complexity in determining the quality of a credence good like wine increases due to the lack of mandatory ingredient labeling. This has generated a significant information asymmetry in the wine market, leading consumers to delegate their purchase decisions to expert rankings and wine guides. This paper explores whether expert assessmen...
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This paper explores the transformation of heritage values from a critical perspective. The de-authorising conceptual shift in cultural heritage has not always been accompanied by a revitalisation of the dynamics of valorisation. To achieve the integration of multivocal discourses in sustainable preservation strategies, experts and academics need to...
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The organic wine market is rapidly growing worldwide, both in terms of production and consumption. However, the scientific literature is not conclusive regarding differences in the elemental composition of wines according to their production method, including both major and trace elements. Minerals can be present in wine as a result of both anthrop...
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La dimensión social del valor se ha convertido en una piedra angular del debate sobre conservación, gestión y sostenibilidad turísticas en relación al patrimonio cultural. El presente artículo examina el papel del valor social en la gestión patrimonial y promoción turística a través del caso de la Cueva de Altamira como lugar Patrimonio de la Human...
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Similar to other foods, the concept of natural wine is much debated due to the lack of a clear and regulated definition, leading to a proliferation of heterogeneous norms and standards proposed from different natural wine associations at national levels. The current study explored the aspects which mediate individuals’ information and perception of...
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This paper explores the underlying factors behind the collapse of commercial archaeology in Spain, with implications for other international contexts. It contributes to the current global debate about heritage ethics, adding nuance and conceptual depth to critical management studies and cultural heritage management in their approach to business eth...
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Persistent organic pollutants (POPs) are among the most relevant and dangerous contaminants in soil, from where they can be transferred to crops. Additionally, livestock animals may inadvertently consume relatively high amounts of soil attached to the roots of the vegetables while grazing, leading to indirect exposure to humans. Therefore, periodic...
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Persistent organic pollutants (POPs) are among the most relevant and dangerous contaminants in soil, from where they can be transferred to crops. Additionally, livestock animals may inadvertently consume relatively high amounts of soil attached to the roots of the vegetables while grazing, leading to indirect exposure to humans. Therefore, periodic...
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This article explores the relationship between class and community through a discussion of peasant struggles and the commune during the Russian Revolution. Doing so, we show how Marx's class-oriented reflections on community can help us to understand the role that the peasantry plays (or should play) in processes of social transformation. This enab...
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alimentación y salud, preguntándonos: ¿es sano/insano cualquier vino independientemente de su proceso productivo y propiedades organolépticas?, ¿son estos factores tenidos en cuenta en la certificación de la calidad del vino? La respuesta inmediata es que es imposible saberlo. ¿Cuá- les son las consecuencias de esta situación anómala, y qué podemos...
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A compilation of the series of seminars held by GAPP, the Public Archaeology and Heritage Group from the University of Barcelona
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This paper explores Spanish pesticide policy with a focus on developments during the last decade. Spain is one of the greatest global consumers of conventional pesticides and leader in various related rankings among European Union countries. However, reviews of pesticide policies examining the key plans, facts, strategies and stakeholders are larg...
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The designation of World Heritage Sites (WHSs) by UNESCO strengthens the international and national image of heritage destinations in the growing market of cultural tourism. Understanding how different stakeholders interpret the value of cultural heritage is one of the most important assets for balancing the promotion and protection of WHSs. This s...
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Las Adegas do Viño do País son establecimientos propios de la comarca de Betanzos (noroeste de Galicia, España) en los que se permite vender el excedente de la producción vinícola anual por parte de sus productores. Estos locales, cuyos orígenes remontan al periodo medieval, forman parte de la tradición y la cultura del vino contemporánea de la zon...
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This paper presents the results of a novel study of Vino de Tea (pine heartwood wine) from the island of La Palma (Canary Islands, Spain). The aim is to investigate its differential characteristics and contribute to typifying it within the Denomination of Origin 'Wines of La Palma'. The analysis is based on a mixed approach combining a qualitative...
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As in most European countries and elsewhere, Spanish commercial archaeology is a business model based on the theoretical and technical principles of safeguarding heritage that thrived during the 1990s and 2000s. However, nearly half of the Spanish archaeological companies closed by 2014, stressing the drama associated with the redundancy of its wor...
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As a key part of their professionalization process, creative industries (CIs) including private or contract archaeological firms (AFs) increasingly rely on bundles of technological (product/service and process) and non-technological (organizational) innovation activities. Adopting a complementarity perspective, the study clarifies how technological...
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The Rainbow is a global community that emerged with the hippie movement in the 1960s. Although it originated and largely developed in the USA, it soon expanded to Europe. Due to the political context in Spain, the Rainbow was weak there until the reestablishment of democracy in 1975, when it was spurred by the creation of various communes throughou...
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La segunda edición del trabajo La vid y el vino en el Cono Sur de América Argentina y Chile (1545-2019). Aspectos políticos, económicos, sociales, culturales y enológicos (Mendoza, 2019) del historiador chileno Pablo Lacoste, resulta un ensayo del más alto nivel que se configura como referente indiscutible en la historia socioeconómica de la vid y...
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Exploramos, en el presente artículo, el surgimiento y debate actual en torno al movimiento terroirista en España desde la perspectiva de los movimientos sociales y rurales. La transformación de la escena vitivinícola española se ha convertido en un fenómeno objeto de estudio desde el ámbito académico, político y social: España cuenta con la mayor s...
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A significant portion of the agricultural food sector today is geared towards developing sustainable and organically based products, contributing to a widely acknowledged ‘quality turn’ in food markets (Goodman 2004). Organic viticulture is booming worldwide, having increased threefold between 2004 and 2015 (Willer and Lernoud 2016). Consumers are...
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Entre los años 2012 y 2014 el Incipit (Instituto de Ciencias del Patrimonio, del CSIC) realizó un estudio del Valor Social de Altamira, en el marco del Programa de Investigación para la Conservación Preventiva y Régimen de Acceso de la Cueva de Altamira, promovido por el Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deporte, y dirigido por Gaël de Guichen (IC...
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This study aims to identify the factors that constitute the social value of heritage in relation to sustainable tourism. To do so, this paper provides a theoretical contribution by unifying the fields of heritage management and sustainable tourism through a mixed-method approach. It show-cases the social dimension of the World Heritage Site of Alta...
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Santa Catalina is a Caribbean island in the Colombian archipelago of Providencia y San Andrés, which has been at the centre of a recent territorial dispute between Colombia and Nicaragua that has made the islands central to the geostrategic agenda of the Colombian state in its attempt to reaffirm political alliances with the United States. Within t...
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Este artículo aborda los impactos sectoriales y las consecuencias territoriales de las nuevas regulaciones de la Unión Europea sobre etiquetado de bebidas alcohólicas en las regiones vitivinícolas. La Comisión Europea hizo público en marzo de 2017 un informe que exige el etiquetado de ingredientes e información nutricional obligatoria para las bebi...
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This commentary argues for strengthening the dialogue between the social and natural sciences as part of a more comprehensive sustainable approach to ecological farming practices that go beyond a focus on specific labels and certifications. It nuances the approach provided by Home et al. in their study of Swiss farms converting to organic agricultu...
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Entrada la tarde, en una sala de piedra vieja de Mas del Rivet, en Provence, dos docenas de profesionales del vino se reúnen para una experiencia inédita de descubrimiento del gusto de los pesticidas en cata a ciegas. Las manos se dirigen hacia los vasos, las miradas se cruzan y se cuestionan, los efluvios de los vinos blancos, uno biológico, el ot...
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This paper explores the emergence of the terroirist social movement in Spain and the controversies arising from it. We assess its role in transforming the Spanish wine scene and wine regions from the combined perspective of rural and social movement studies. Spain boasts the largest surface area of vineyards and the largest volume of wine exports o...
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This paper is the first report of a large research project for the preventive conservation and tourism management of the Altamira World Heritage site that was conducted from 2012 to 2014 and focused on a key feature of the project estimating the potential economic impacts of reopening the Altamira cave to the public. The study analyzed the direct a...
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This opinion article addresses the implications of recent EU regulations on alcoholic drinks labeling for regional development. In March 2017, the European Commission released a report requiring the mandatory labeling of ingredients and nutritional information for alcoholic beverages within 1 year, putting an end to the exceptionality of this secto...
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Papilas y moléculas. La ciencia aromática de los alimentos y el vino. Barcelona, Planeta Gastro, 232 págs. Pese a lo que pueda parecer, la degustación del vino entendida como proceso metodológicamente articulado y reflexivo es relativamente reciente. La enormidad de aromas y sabores que el degustador debe describir supera ampliamente al abanico lin...
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RESUMEN: Nuevos paradigmas productivos y tendencias de consumo están cuestionando el establishment del vino en España; transformaciones sociales que requieren una reflexión crítica y analítica por parte de la economía, la antropología, la sociología y el ámbito de la alimentación en general, o al menos así debería ser. Luis Gutiérrez, en su primer...
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Our review explores the role of quality conventions that have emerged since the 'quality turn' in the food sector. By examining how the 'quality turn' contributes to transforming the wine sector, it asks whether the labeling systems seek to certify the quality of productive practices (informative function) or are intended to create imaginaries of q...
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This textual and visual piece exceeds the traditional paper form to explore popular winemaking and drinking cultures in Galicia and Alentejo. It does not illustrate our fieldwork, but evocates alternative geographies of production and consumption that coexist with the standard commercial and legal wine market. In our quotidian learning by doing and...
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This paper provides a constructive critique of Corrine Cash’s paper “Good governance and strong political will: Are they enough for transformation?”, published in volume 58 of Land Use Policy in 2016. By focusing on how intra-sector dynamics influence land use policies in conflicts revolving around urban sprawl, this paper aims to complement and, t...
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Com o fim da ditadura Franquista, iniciou na Espanha um processo sem precedentes de democracia compactuada com as elites políticas e econômicas. A novidade neste contexto de transformação estava na introdução de uma série de instituições democráticas que amparavam um modelo econômico desenvolvimentista que garantia o acesso ao consumo das massas e...
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Estudios recientes señalan la importancia de las fuentes externas de conocimiento como estrategia para innovar. La evidencia empírica se fundamenta en encuestas nacionales y en industrias específicas. El presente estudio contribuye al análisis de las estrategias de incorporación de conocimiento externo mediante un caso de estudio y en un momento co...
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El vino está de moda, no solo como producto simbólico diferenciado en los términos que explicaba Bourdieu (1984), sino también como " superalimento " , por su potencial nutritivo y concentración de antioxidantes, resveratrol o vitaminas. Numerosos estudios subrayan los beneficios del consumo moderado de vino, entre los que se encuentran la reducció...
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"What does a gentleman who has worked throughout his life for the Sherry wine establishment shares with the son of a bricklayer who has worked for more than a decade for a large industrial wine cellar and has spent his salary buying small parcels of old vines in his town to prevent their uprooting and who, eventually, brings the fruit of these vine...
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221 Gómez Pallarés, Joan. Vinos naturales en España. Placer auténtico y agricultura sostenible en la copa. Barcelona, RBA Libros, 2013. ¿Vino natural?, pero ¿qué es lo que no es natural en el vino?, ¿es que existe un vino artificial? El vino es el resultado exclusivo del proceso de fermentación alcohólica de la uva o del mosto de uva; sin embargo,...
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Societies today face multiple challenges stemming from the conflict between ‘market efficiency’ and ‘social welfare’ that are, in turn, the result of neoliberal policies affecting institutional legitimacy. Complex institutional logics associated with organisational responses are part of the early sociological debate about how organisations cope wit...
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La arqueología de contrato emergida en el contexto de la modernidad tardía ha estado fuertemente vinculada a procesos de adaptación del paradigma histórico-cultural neoliberalista. Si bien existen diferencias sustanciales entre territorios, la lógica predominante se fundamenta en una mezcla perversa de modelos más menos estatalizados-mercantilizado...
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In the context of economic turmoil, firms in the creative industries (CIs) must make fast decisions as to when to break through with innovations. This paper discusses non-technological, organizational innovation of early-adopters, first movers and early followers in order to overcome persistent economic decline, and the implication of different str...
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This chapter analyses the socio-economic impact of pilgrimage on local populations. Based on sociological surveys conducted along the route, the principal conclusion drawn from the study is that there is a clear connection between the increasing number of pilgrims following the Santiago-Finisterre route and the transformation of the production mode...
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El objetivo del presente artículo es perfilar la actividad arqueológica española y su evolución desde la década de los ’90 del pasado siglo hasta la actualidad; periodo en el que se desarrolla un sector complejo y dinámico, estrechamente ligado a la demanda procedente del sector de la construcción y, en consecuencia, gravemente afectado en la actua...
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[EN] The recent global financial crisis has resulted in different reactions at different times across various European countries. Archaeology represents a microcosm of this diversity and how the profession has responded forms part of the Discovering the Archaeologists of Europe project. In many countries the falling number of archaeologists in empl...
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En este informe se presentan los principales resultados de la "2ª encuesta a empresas de arqueología en España", así como las actividades previstas para la valorización de dichos resultados. El estudio se ha llevado a cabo en el marco del proyecto "Discovering the Archaeologists of Europe, 2012-2014", cuyo objetivo es definir y conocer la situación...
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Between 2012 and 2014 representatives from 23 organisations in 21 European countries worked together in the Discovering the Archaeologists of Europe 2014 project to gain insight into the profile of the archaeological profession and labour market in those countries. The results can be compared with those of a predecessor Discovering the Archaeologis...
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In the 21st century there is a rising socioeconomic importance of the cultural sector and related labour market, 1.7% of the total employed population in the European Union worked in these activities in 2009. For this reason, scholars, politicians and practitioners are trying to quantify and understand the effect of these business activities. Withi...
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Cultural heritage protection, management and valorization are essential tools for sustainability and valuation in Latin America countries. An interesting case is the National Plan for Good Living (2013-2017) advanced by the Ecuadorian government. This paper presents a work-in-progress research on the identification and characterization of Ecuadoria...
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Non-technological innovation is an essential asset for firms in the creative industries to survive and succeed in an increasingly competitive market. However, research on disruptive non-technological innovation is insufficiently documented, leading to questions about the role and relationship between the main non-technological innovations: business...
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La innovación organizativa o de gestión constituye un elemento esencial de dinamización empresarial, particularmente en los servicios, para los que, a diferencia de las empresas industriales, el desarrollo tecnológico y la inversión en I+D no suponen la fuente principal de innovación. En este artículo se analiza la innovación organizativa como fuen...
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Ponencia presentada en el Seminario Internacional " El Patrimonio Cultural: Un aporte al desarrollo endógeno ". Quito (Ecuador), 6-7 de Noiviembre de 2013. Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar. Introducción El problema fundamental a la hora de reflexionar sobre el " valor económico del patrimonio " es la ambigüedad de la relación entre " patrimonio cul...
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La innovación organizativa es una iniciativa estratégica para las empresas de arqueología comercial porque promueve la diversificación de servicios y una menor dependencia de la actividad de la construcción, favorece el establecimiento de relaciones con nuevos clientes, por ejemplo del sector cultural, e impulsa la profesionalización del lugar de t...
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La innovación organizativa o de gestión constituye un elemento esencial de dinamización empresarial, particularmente en los servicios, para los que, a diferencia de las empresas industriales, el desarrollo tecnológico y la inversión en I+D no suponen la fuente principal de innovación. En este artículo se analiza la innovación organizativa como fuen...
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La importancia socioeconómica creciente de las empresas del sector cultural y afines se explica por el aumento de su participación en el empleo y la creación de valorización (Florida, 2005), además de su valor social intrínseco. Los indicadores en relación con el sector de la cultura muestran que el 1,7% del total de ocupados en la Unión Europea ha...
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The need for continuous sustainable innovation reflects a way in which firms overcome inertia and respond to changes in the external environment. In manufacturing firms, the primary source of innovation comes from product-related innovation (product innovation) and technology-related innovation (process innovation). Although economic forces have en...
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Management or organizational innovation is a crucial component of service firms’ innovation dynamics. In this research we aim to decipher the role of management innovation in overcoming environmental constraints of increasing complexity and economic downturn. Based on a longitudinal case study of commercial archaeology, an emerging, highly dynamic...
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The cultural industries are gaining importance due to its social and economic role in knowledge society. In countries with a rich and ancient history such as Spain it is especially relevant the conservation and management of heritage, not only because its cultural importance, but also because a new business activity has emerged close to it: the sec...
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Resumen: La publicación de la Ley de Patrimonio Histórico Español en 1985 y el desarrollo de la construcción, espe-cialmente de grandes infraestructuras, en la primera década del siglo XXI han sido los factores desencadenantes de la arqueología comercial en España. El objetivo de este trabajo es caracterizar este sector emergente y, en particular,...
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Introducción La gestión del patrimonio y las actividades relacio-nadas con este ámbito han cobrado especial relevancia durante los últimos veinte años, sobre todo debido a su impacto socioeconómico. Durante este período ha sido especialmente destacable el rol desempeñado por el sector público, agente que impulsó la actual estructuración del sector...
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El objeto de este informe es presentar la metodología empleada y los resultados del estudio sobre la oferta de servicios existente a lo largo del Camino Santiago‐Fisterra y en el núcleo poblacional de Fisterra. Este informe representa una de las partes del trabajo y aporta información sobre el impacto social y económico que representa el fenómeno d...
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[ES] El objeto de este informe es presentar la metodología empleada y los principales resultados del perfil sociodemográfico de los/las peregrinos/as que recorren el Camino Santiago-Fisterra. Este informe representa una de las partes del trabajo que permitirá comprender el impacto social y económico que representa el fenómeno de la peregrinación pa...
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RESUMEN En este artículo se presentan los resultados de la primera encuesta dirigida a empresas de arqueología en España que conforman la primera base de datos sobre la oferta arqueológica. En ella se recopila infor-mación social y económica sobre esta actividad comercial lo que permite identificar el impacto de la actual crisis económica pero tamb...
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[ES] En este artículo se presentan los resultados de la primera encuesta dirigida a empresas de arqueología en España que conforman la primera base de datos sobre la oferta arqueológica. En ella se recopila información social y económica sobre esta actividad comercial lo que permite identificar el impacto de la actual crisis económica pero también...
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[ES] Este volumen contiene un epílogo al evento “Consenso, Contribución y Excelencia: Jornadas sobre Grupos de Investigación Postburocráticos”, que tuvo lugar en noviembre de 2010 en Santiago de Compostela. Este epílogo resume los contenidos de estas jornadas, añade nuevas reflexiones sobre los mismos, e hila todo junto para documentarlo de forma p...
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[ES] En este texto se presentan unas reflexiones sobre el futuro de la arqueología en España desde una perspectiva sociológica, un conjunto de opiniones que versan sobre el sector arqueológico español, la estructuración de su entorno productivo y su potencial innovador, incidiendo en el conocimiento como elemento fundamental para la arqueología del...
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En noviembre de 2009 finalizó la I Encuesta dirigida a empresas de arqueología en España, desarrollada por el Laboratorio de Patrimonio (LaPa-CSIC) en colaboración con el Instituto de Estudios Sociales Avanzados (IESA-CSIC) y financiada por el Subprograma de Acciones Complementarias del Plan Nacional de I+D+I (2008-2011). En agradecimiento por la c...
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[EN] This paper presents an overview of the impact of the global economic crisis on the Spanish archaeological sector. This study is a part of a broader initiative to analyse and systematise information on this sector, under a research theme entitled “The Socioeconomics of Heritage” of the Heritage Laboratory, a department of the Spanish National R...
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[ES] En este artículo se presentan los resultados de la primera encuesta dirigida a empresas de arqueología en España que conforman la primera base de datos sobre la oferta arqueológica. En ella se recopila información social y económica sobre esta actividad comercial lo que permite identificar el impacto de la actual crisis económica pero también...
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[ES]En enero de 2010 el Consejo Rector del CSIC acordó la creación de un nuevo instituto de investigación, con sede en Santiago de Compostela, y la denominación de Instituto de Ciencias del Patrimonio, con acrónimo Incipit – CSIC. El proyecto científico de este centro había sido elaborado por una comisión conjunta designada por el CSIC y la Xunta d...
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In this article, commercial archaeology is studied as an economic activity with major structural problems that have become more severe due to the effects of the crisis and the paralysis of the construction sector: however, in turn it has major potential for its development and consolidation in the market as a result of being a knowledge intensive b...
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[ES] En este trabajo se ha realizado una aproximación al proceso de innovación, como un factor determinante del crecimiento económico, aplicado al surgimiento y al desarrollo de un nuevo nicho de mercado: la Arqueología Comercial, que se constituye como una oferta de servicios a finales de la década de los ochenta. Esta actividad, que toma forma de...
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En este informe se presentan los principales resultados de la "2ª encuesta a empresas de arqueología en España", así como las actividades previstas para la valorización de dichos resultados. El estudio se ha llevado a cabo en el marco del proyecto "Discovering the Archaeologists of Europe, 2012-2014", cuyo objetivo es definir y conocer la situación...
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In this paper we present a description about the Archaeological Sector from the perspective of the Triple Helix. We are creating a conceptual framework and gather information about the social and economic characteristics of the private professional sector who works in the field of the Archaeological Heritage. Finally, we want to focus our resarch o...
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The publication of the Spanish Heritage Act of 1985, and the development of the construction sector (especially large infrastructure) during the first decade of the 21st century have been the major factors to trigger the rise of commercial archeology in Spain. The objective of this work is to characterize this emerging sector. We analyze the learni...

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