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Language and socio-economic development towards a theoretical framework [John Walsh]

National University of Ireland
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“This paper lays out the foundations of an alternative approach which posits that all languages and cultures, regardless of their status or numerical size, can be integrated into processes of socio-economic development, and that none is inherently anti-development.”

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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