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Economics of Language

How can Language be linked to Economics? A Survey of Two Strands of Research [Weiguo Zhang and Gilles Grenier]

University of Ottawa
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“The authors attempt to review, assess and categorize the major orientations of the research on the economics of language. Those include a traditional strand of research that has focused on language and economic status, the dynamic development of languages, and language policy and planning, as well as a new strand based on game theory and pragmatics. The authors propose the use of the term “Language and economics” to define this area of research.”

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