Gabrielle Hogan-Brun is author of "Linguanomics: What is the Market Potential of Multilingualism?" (Bloomsbury Academic, 2017). She is Senior Research Fellow at the University of Bristol, UK, and has worked with various European organizations on language policy in multilingual settings. Her current work is on the economics of multilingualism. She is Founding Series Editor of Palgrave Studies in Minority Languages and Communities.
Gabrielle Hogan-Brun and Loredana Polezzi are Salzburg Global Fellows and among the co-authors of the Salzburg Statement for a Multilingual World.
Gabrielle Hogan-Brun es la autora de "Linguanomics: What is the Market Potential of Multilingüismo?" (Bloomsbury Academic, 2017). Es Investigadora Sénior en la Universidad de Bristol, RU, y ha trabajado con varias organizaciones europeas en políticas lingüísticas en entornos multilingües. Es la Editora Fundadora de Palgrave Studies in Minority Languages and Communities.
Gabrielle Hogan-Brun y Loredana Polezzi son Salzburg Global Fellows y forman parte del grupo de autores de la Declaración de Salzburgo para un Mundo Multilingüe.
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