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Paula Otero-Hermida completed her Phd in Political Science at the University of Santiago de Compostela in 2016.  Now she is postdoctoral researcher at INGENIO CSIC-UPV (APOSDT competitive grant, Generalitat Valenciana, Spain) and she is part of the team in the H2020 project SUPER_MoRRI since January 2019. Shas participated in responsible research and innovation (RRI) and gender equality projects (SUPER_MoRRI, INPERRI, ADSIDEO), using participatory multicriteria methods. She is member of the working group in innovation in the Spanish Observatory of Women and Science (Ministry of Science and Innovation).
She had teached in the Master's Degree in Corporate Social Responsibility at the Politechnic University of València (2010-2019), in its editions in Spain, Colombia, Uruguay, Dominican Republic in the areas of Diversity and Stakeholder Management. She had teached also public values and equality in the National Institute of Administration Master Degree (2020) and in the UPV Master in Industrial Engineering, collaborating in responsible innovation contents.
Previously, she has been area director at the Valencian Community Committee of the Spanish Red Cross (2010-2016), where she managed corporate social responsibility (CSR) and employment programmes. She has participated in research projects at the University of Santiago de Compostela (Science Policy Department) (2002-2009) and at the ÉTNOR Foundation (2008-2010). She had developed advisory activities with public, non-profit  organizations and firms in Latin America and Spain.

Mujeres e innovación: ¿qué indicadores tenemos?
Paula Otero Hermida, Carolina Cañibano Sánchez, Elena Castro Martínez, 2020. In: Informe CyD.


Gender mainstreaming in Spain: policy instruments, influencing factors, and the role of local government
Paula Otero-Hermida; Ramón Bouzas Lorenzo, 2019. In: Journal Local Government Studies.
10.1080/03003930.2019.1682556


El rol del ámbito local en la adopción del mainstreaming de género en políticas de empleo.
Otero-Hermida, P. , Bouzas Lorenzo, R. , 2018. In: Revista de Estudios Políticos.
10.18042/cepc/rep.182.07


Uno de los pilares fundamentales de INGENIO (CIS-UPV) es la creación de espacios inclusivos para el diálogo y las oportunidades, así como el fomento de las prácticas inclusivas y cooperativas en la…

Adrián A. Díaz Faes, Paula Otero y Pablo D’Este, investigadores de INGENIO (CSIC-UPV), junto con Müge Ozman, investigadora del Institut Mines-Telecom Business School (Francia), han analizado el papel…

Elena Castro, Paula Otero y Carolina Canibaño, investigadoras de INGENIO (CSIC-UPV) han realizado el estudio de base del informe 'Mujeres e Innovación 2020', que fue presentado ayer por la tarde por…

Conversatorio: ¿Otro tipo de economía es posible?
Participan:
Joan Ramón Sanchis - Catedrático de Organización de Empresas y Director Cátedra EBC de la Universitat de València.
Paula Otero Hermida…

Paula Otero, investigadora en Ingenio(CSIC-UPV) participa en la Sesión Formativa "Innovación e Igualdad, Igualdad e Innovación", el Jueves 26 de Abril en la Sala Ignasi Villalonga de la Facultat d'…

Bridging ties in scientific research: the relationship between gender and heterogeneous networks in biomedicine
Adrian A. Díaz-Faes, Paula Otero-Hermida, Pablo D'Este
EU-SPRI Early Career Researcher Conference (ECC) - Public R&D funding and evaluation: Methods, Trends and Changes
Heterogeneity and homophily in actors’ engage in medical innovation: gender implications
Adrián A. Diaz-Faes, Paula Otero-Hermida, Pablo D'Este
XVI Triple Helix Conference