[ soh-see-oh-ek-uh-nom-iks, -ee-kuh-, soh-shee- ]
/ ˌsoʊ si oʊˌɛk əˈnɒm ɪks, -ˌi kə-, ˌsoʊ ʃi- /
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noun (used with a singular verb)
the study of the interrelation between economics and social behavior.
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Also called social economics.
OTHER WORDS FROM socioeconomicsso·ci·o·e·con·o·mist [soh-see-oh-i-kon-uh-mist, soh-shee-], /ˌsoʊ si oʊ ɪˈkɒn ə mɪst, ˌsoʊ ʃi-/, noun
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Example sentences from the Web for socioeconomics
But if you look at the socioeconomics of this stuff, who is using it, it's not because we're worried about [our health].
What we can reasonably require an Abigail Fisher to understand is that the rules are bent based on socioeconomics.The Supreme Court Steps Back From Tokenism Under a New Name|John McWhorter|June 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST