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Despite a "social turn" in the field of Translation Studies, there have been few systematic and descriptive studies of the translation profession. In this paper, the theoretical framework of information economics is utilized to examine the perceived benefits of translator certification to stakeholders in the translation profession. The vendor managers (i.e. the persons who are responsible for hiring translators in translation companies) were surveyed using an online questionnaire. Thedoi:10.1556/acr.11.2010.1.6 fatcat:bbq4erzh6raddndwfk7gzdtjni