OTHER WORDS FROM geo-economicsge·o-ec·o·nom·ic, ge·o-ec·o·nom·i·cal, adjectivege·o-ec·o·nom·i·cal·ly, adverbge·o-e·con·o·mist [jee-oh-i-kon-uh-mist], /ˌdʒi oʊ ɪˈkɒn ə mɪst/, noun
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That is decidedly not to say that politics and economics are irrelevant.
Today many in the economics and urban planning professions consider such factors close to irrelevant.
Even with my B.A. in English I can understand the economics involved: lots of cheap labor cheapens labor.
It seems to me that we are dealing with more than bottom-line economics and bottom-squeezing ergonomics.
The “stretched” cabins in new 737s and A320s transform their economics.
The economics of war, therefore, has thrown its lurid light upon the economics of peace.
This, as a piece of pure economics, does not interest the individual employer a particle.
It is the one which is sometimes called in books on economics the case of an unique monopoly.
Professor Farnsworth, of the economics department, had invited me on a motor trip for the holidays.The Idyl of Twin Fires|Walter Prichard Eaton
Potlatch is a wonderful day for children, a glorious introduction to the science of economics.The Great Potlatch Riots|Allen Kim Lang