Cristina joined the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management as a Marie Curie Research Fellow in 2018. Prior to this she was Associate Professor at the Rey Juan Carlos University (Madrid-Spain). Her PhD in Economics (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid) was obtained in 2008 and was awarded with two research prizes in Spain. Since then her research interests, research projects and publications have concentrated on the areas of tourism, innovation and gender studies. Finally, she is a member of various organizations related to gender and tourism studies: Mainstreaming Gender Studies Network in Human, Social and Legal Sciences (GENET, Spain), the Spanish Association of Scientific Experts in Tourism (AECIT), or the Commission for Tourism of the Spanish Association of Accounting and Business Management (AECA, Spain).
Gender studies, innovation and technology, tourism.
- 2009-2010. Project “Knowledge Management in the Spanish and Mexican Hospitality Industry”.Granted by Spanish International Cooperation Agency (Agencia Española de Cooperación Internacional). Code: A/02/0820/08. Duration: 12 months. PI: Jose María Rodriguez-Antón (UAM).