Alarcón, Amado

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Position: Team Members Alarcón, Amado
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Location: Reus
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Professor Titular de Sociologia de la Universitat Rovira i Virgili. Hellín, 1973.  Doctor en Sociologia per la Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Les seves principals línies de recerca  són llengua, migracions i empresa. En l'actualitat treballa en el projecte "Exploring Possible Benefits of Bilingualism in the Labor Market and Beyond", promogut per la University of California, Los Angeles. Vicepresident del comitè de recerca sobre Llengua i Societat (RC25) de l'Associació Internacional de Sociologia.

Publications

Alarcón, A., Muiños-Villaverde, M.-J., Serrano-Alonso, M.-Á. & Heyman, J. (2022). Language in the process of labour market rationalisation: A sociohistorical approach across twentieth-century Spain. Journal of Sociolinguistics, , 1– 21. [More]  [DOI]
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Alarcón, A (2022). Chapter 12. The economics of language, in Catalan Sociolinguistics: State of the art and future challenges Edited by Miquel Àngel Pradilla Cardona, pages 173–182. John Benjamins Publishing Company. [More]  [DOI]
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Chapter 12. The economics of language, in Catalan Sociolinguistics: State of the art and future challenges Edited by Miquel Àngel Pradilla Cardona
Shouman, L., Vidal-Suñé, A. & Alarcón, A. (2022). Impact of Work-Life Balance on Firm Innovativeness: The Different Strategies Used by Male and Female Bosses. Administrative Sciences, 12(3), 115. [More]  [DOI]
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Alarcón, A (2022). Sociology of Language, in Handbook of Pragmatics: 24th Annual Installment, pages 79-98. John Benjamins Publishing Company. [More]  [DOI]
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Corbella, T., Alarcón, A. & Andraszak, J. (2021). Language gender gap at work across OECD countries Quantitative and controversial evidence. Language Problems and Language Planning, 45(3), 284 - 308. [More]  [DOI]
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