Quality Assessment and Economic Sustainability of Translation

This article was originally published in issue 9 (2006) of the International Journal of Translation of the University of Trieste and in Upstream. Abstract While quality is a mature and widespread concept, the associated values are not conventionally and absolutely measurable since quality itself is a relative concept, which makes sense only when compared to a set of specifications. Today, the concept of quality broadly corresponds to product suitability meaning that the product meets the user’s requirements. But then, how does one know when a translation is good? No answer […]

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