Jorge Rios Allier
Jorge L. Rios-Allier is a third-year student in the PhD program in Anthropology. His research interests include cultural heritage management, economic value of archaeology, cultural bureaucracy issues, environmental and cultural anthropology in Cultural Heritage Management: Frameworks, Analysis, and Perspectives around the contemporary world. Jorge is particularly interested in the performance of national and subnational governments in different contexts of enforcing cultural heritage management. Also, his research is interested in the diversity of institutional frameworks and organizational capacities about heritage management and governance. Jorge holds a bachelor’s degree in Archaeology from Universidad Veracruzana of Mexico. He also earned a Master of Public Affairs (MPA) and ABD PhD in Management and Innovation of Institutions from Instituto de Estudios Universitarios (IEU) of Mexico. In addition to courses, certifications and diplomas, he has more than twelve years of work experience within the National Institute of Anthropology and History of Mexico (INAH), as well as private consultant for federal government entities such as the National Commission of Protected Natural Areas (CONANP) and nongovernmental organizations.