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Research Task 2: diversity and multilingualism


RT2 investigates theoretically and empirically the channels through which diversity results in improved human welfare with the objectives of moving towards a better qualification and quantification of the benefits of cultural diversity. In particular, it focus on the channels through which cultural diversity increases human welfare and foster development, and aims to develop instruments to valuing diversity in support of policy-making.


WHO IS WORKING IN RT2?


The scientific leaders of Research Task 2 are Durk Gorter and Jasone Cenoz, University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU). The partners are:


  • Paulo Nunes & Laura Onofri, Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM, Italy)
  • Patrizia Riganti, University of Nottingham (UN, UK)
  • Rajesh Sachdeva, Central Institute of Indian Languages (CIIL, India)
  • Kathleen Heugh, University of South Australia (UniSA, Australia)
EXAMPLES OF RESEARCH QUESTIONS IN RT2:

  • Position Paper: the state-of-the-art in diversity and multilingualism
  • Strategic Paper: a forward-looking plan for research in diversity and multilingualism

WORKING PAPERS:

  • SUS.DIV Working Papers more
  • EURODIV Working Papers more
EXAMPLES OF RESEARCH OUTPUT:

 

 

 
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