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Trilce Navarrete is a specialist in the economic and historic aspects of digital heritage.
Navarrete is Assistant Professor Digital Cultural Economics at the Erasmus University Rotterdam. Her research merges theories of economics, heritage, and information science to support understanding of the changes in digital heritage production, distribution and consumption brought by the adoption of digital technology. Her research considers costs, values, benefits and innovation of services, with particular attention to the role of open data and Artificial Intelligence. Navarrete was responsible for the first national account of the economic and historic development of digital museums in The Netherlands.
Navarrete is currently Interim Director of the Society Strategic Objective at EIT Culture & Creativity.
Navarrete has a growing research output, with two edited books including the vital Handbook of Cultural Economics together with Ruth Towse, over 20 referred articles and chapters, and over 20 policy reports and popular publications.
Navarrete is project coordinator of RECHARGE, a Horizon project that aims to develop participatory business models for future proof museums (2022-2025).
Navarrete is Advisor at the European Group of Museum Statistics (EGMUS), Chair of the International Committee of Documentation of the International Council of Museums (CIDOC), Chair of the Iberoamerican working group (DOMINO), Board member of the Association of Cultural Economics International (ACEI), and regular guest lecturer at various Museology programs worldwide. She has contributed to the creation of the European statistics for digital heritage (ENUMERATE), has served as advisor for the creation and evaluation of (national) digital infrastructures, and has collaborated in several European funded research projects, including RICHES, the Virtual Multimodal Museum (ViMM), and Citizen Heritage. Navarrete is cofounder of the Economists Talk Art blog and the Cultural Economics Online Seminar series.
In her free time, Navarrete sings early music and is a board member of the Early Music Festival Friends Association in Utrecht.