Paul Burtenshaw is a PhD candidate at the Institute of Archaeology, UCL. His research aims to advance conceptual and practical approaches to the economic value of archaeology, and develop practical tools to measure and manage this value as part of sustainable archaeological management. For this research he has carried out economic impact and value assessments in Scotland and Jordan.
Mr Burtenshaw is the founder and current group leader of the Archaeology and Development Research Network at the Institute of Archaeology and has previously worked in heritage tourism for tour operators and as a tour manager.
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