Eva Parga-Dans has a degree in Sociology (2005) from the University of A Coruña and a PhD in Applied Economics (2011) from the University of Santiago de Compostela. She es specialized in sociology of innovation and socio-economics of cultural heritage. More specifically, her work focuses on the study of Spanish commercial archeology as an activity of knowledge-intensive services and its restructuring due to the economic crisis. As a postdoctoral researcher, she has reinforced this line of research by working in different research institutes and contexts such as the Department of Business Studies of Aalborg, Denmark (2009), the Organization Department of the Carlos III University of Madrid, the Department of Management of the University Technique of Ambato, Ecuador (2014), ESPAE School of Management of ESPOL, Ecuador (2015) and the Interdisciplinary Center of Social Studies of Nova University of Lisbon (2016). She has also participated as a consultant for the Ministry of Education of Spain for the evaluation of the social and economic impact of Altamira as a World Heritage Site (2013). Currently, it is expanding its research to the wine sector, analyzing production quality processes, health and labeling for its connection with the field of consumption in Spain and Portugal.