/ (ˌnɒniːkəˈnɒmɪk, -ɛkəˈnɒmɪk) /
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not of or relating to economic factorsnoneconomic benefits
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Hmmm, you'd think Rahm might've raised that earlier, and been more reluctant to bargain over, you know, non-economic issues.Did Rahm Blink?|Justin Green|September 19, 2012|DAILY BEAST
We have seen the assumptions of a non-economic sort that are implicit in Wieser's conception of a "natural society."
Present day discussions of practical economic problems are rich in data of a non-economic sort.
Indeed, it is through the machinery of distribution that the non-economic values most vitally affect economic values.
The most obvious non-economic factor, and the one the neglect of which has led Socialists most astray, is nationalism.
What motive is possible except idealism, love of mankind, non-economic motives of the sort that Bolsheviks decry?