Diritto d’autore del traduttore

By Danio Maldussi (University of Bologna, Italy)

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Danio Maldussi is an Associate Professor in Specialised Translation from French into Italian at the Department of Interpreting and Translation, University of Bologna, Forlì Campus, Italy. He is a technical translator specialised in financial and institutional translation and associated member of AITI (Associazione italiana traduttori e interpreti). His last publications are:
(2014) “‘Haircut’:  étude comparative anglais/français/italien d’un glissement sémantique dans la terminologie de la crise financière”, MediAzioni 16, http://mediazioni.sitlec.unibo.it ISSN ,1974-4382.
(2013) “Le spread dans ses dimensions conceptuelle, culturelle et cognitive : une approche termontographique”, in Lexique Lexiques,  Théories, méthodes et perspectives en lexicologie, lexicographie, terminologie et phraséologie, Pierluigi Ligas and Giovanni Tallarico (eds), Verona, QuiEdit: 97-118.
(2011) “Le procédé de l’emprunt dans le domaine juridique: la quête d’un nouveau souffle”, in Traduire les savoirs, Danielle Londei, Matilde Callari Galli (eds), Berne, Lang: 339-358.
(2010) “Terminologia sistematizzata e terminologia spontanea in ambito finanziario: un rapporto conflittuale”, Publifarum (http://publifarum.farum.it/show_issue.php?iss_id=8);
(2008) “La terminologia alla prova della traduzione specializzata”, published by Bononia University Press. His other research areas include: Terminology and Translation, Legal and Accounting Translation and textual aspects of Translation.

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©inTRAlinea & Danio Maldussi (2005).
"Diritto d’autore del traduttore"
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This article can be freely reproduced under Creative Commons License.
Stable URL: http://www.intralinea.org/specials/article/1077

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