bio | Militant in European social movements, Carlos Prieto del Campo has a degree in Law and a PhD in Philosophy from the Complutense University of Madrid, and is an expert in accounting and public sector auditing after having worked as a civil servant for the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Finance between 1989 and 2010. He is also an independent editor and activist in the field of culture, and has been editor of the Spanish edition of New Left Review since 2000, and director of the publishing projects Cuestiones de antagonismo (1999-2012) and Prácticas constituyentes since 2013. He has held different management posts in Spain's public sector and was rector of the Quito Institute of Higher National Studies (2013-2014) and an adviser to the Ecuadorian government in 2010 and in 2012-2013. He is currently Director of the Study Centre at Museo Reina Sofía and is a member of the editorial board of L'Internationale Online.
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