socio-economic

adj.

also socioeconomic, 1883; see socio- + economic.


Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper

Examples from the Web for socio-economic

Contemporary Examples of socio-economic

  • And the higher the socio-economic status of women, the more likely they were to reject full-time employment.

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    It's OK to 'Lean Back'

    David Frum

    March 19, 2013

  • It works in three broad areas, all interconnected: socio-economic justice, political and human rights, and the peace process.

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    Whither The Israeli Left?

    Brent E. Sasley

    January 24, 2013

  • Nevertheless, the researchers admit their study is still susceptible to a socio-economic skew.

  • Sexual compulsion crosses all ethnic, gender, and socio-economic barriers.

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    The Naked Men of Chatroulette

    Shannon Donnelly

    May 10, 2010

Historical Examples of socio-economic

  • Not the least of them was the socio-economic organism itself.

    The Iron Ration

    George Abel Schreiner

  • Some day it will be only a memory, and so will the socio-economic systems of the West.

    Border, Breed Nor Birth

    Dallas McCord Reynolds

  • As you have said, North Africa is not ready for our socio-economic system.

    Border, Breed Nor Birth

    Dallas McCord Reynolds

  • It's changing daily, even as our own socio-economic system is.

    Border, Breed Nor Birth

    Dallas McCord Reynolds

  • "Mieshchanstvo" has a socio-economic meaning, and a flavor of moral disapproval.

    Our Revolution

    Leon Trotzky