Announcing the members of Measuring CCS Advisory Board

The Measuring CCS Consortium is pleased to count on a strong supportive Advisory Board composed of a selected group of people combining the understanding of the CCS, the world of statistics, and cultural economy, who will be entrusted to provide a qualified external opinion on the specific outputs of the project’s research. The advisory board would share their experience and expertise, particularly with feedback to specific milestones along the project.

The members of the advisory board are: 

Jorge Barreto Xavier
Professor of cultural management. Long record of public service in cultural policy. Last: Secretary of State of Culture (2012-2015). Lisbon, PT. 

Yves Franchet
Economics and statistics profesional, with large experience in developing countries. Former Director General of Eurostat (1987-2002). Paris, FR. 

Lídia Barreiros
Economist. Former Director of Eurostat (1993-1998) and Former Member of the Board of INE (Statistics of Portugal). Lisbon, PT.

Emilia Titan
Professor of Statistics and Economical Foresight. Former Member of the European Statistical Advisory Committee. Bucharest, RO

Isabelle De Voldere
Senior economist at IDEA Consult. Expert in the socio-economic aspects of professional cultural and creative actors and creative ecosystems. Brussels, BE

David Fajolles
Professor on cultural heritage and international relations and comparative cultural policies. Former responsable of Studies, Foresight and Statistics at the Ministry of Culture. Paris, FR. 

Christer Gustafsson
Cultural Heritage expert and consultant with a cross-discipline perspective. Former  Secretary-General for ICOMOS International Scientific Committee on Economics of Conservation. Stockholm, SE. 

With this Advisory Board, Measuring CCS is supported by a gender-balanced panel of experts, spread from eastern Europe to the Atlantic Ocean. This Board in itself embodies the transdisciplinary approach of the objectives of Measuring CCS, while coming from academic, statistical, and industrial backgrounds, our experts are qualified to go beyond the disciplines of numbers and culture.