Revista Florencia is an independent Venezuelan digital medium, non profit, founded in 2017. It was born in the midst of a deep political, economic and social crisis in the country, with the main objective of generating an independent and depolarized space that gives room for new voices, students and researchers; to understand and discuss the country and its different expressions in the social, economic, humanistic and political sciences; prioritizing analytical and scientifically based intellectual productions.
Revista Florencia is a space that promotes democratic values and that bets on the reconstruction of the country from the research and discussion of ideas that lead to the solution of the serious problems that currently afflict the country.
This digital magazine collects the updated analyzes of the work team in its various areas of specialization, articles by invited researchers and interviews with various national and international actors.
Sociologist from the Central University of Venezuela (UCV) and candidate for Master in Political Science from the Simón Bolívar University (USB). Researcher with an interest in global political economy and political economy of oil
Lawyer from Universidad Central de Venezuela (UCV) and candidate for a Master in International Economic Relations from the Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA). In his career, he has specialized in international relations and geopolitics.
Sociologist. Ph. D in Development Studies fro m the Centro deEstudios del Desarrollo (Cendes). Associate Professor of Social Theory at the School of Sociology at Universidad Central de Venezuela (UCV). Head of the Laboratory of Theory and Design of Complex Social Systems at Instituto Venezolano de Investigaciones Científicas (IVIC)
Political advisor in the Câmara Municipal de Marco de Canaveses. Political Scientist (UCV), with a Master’s in Marketing and Political Communication (CESCOMPOL) and an MBA (EUDE). With postgraduate studies in Sustainable Development (Cambridge) and Public Policies (LSE).