Economics of language

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The economics of language is an emerging field of study concerning a range of topics such as the effect of language on culture, income, markets for language-related goods and services, and the costs and benefits of language planning options, preservation of minority languages, etc.[1][2] It is relevant to analysis of language policy.

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