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Definitions for socioeconomic
ˌsoʊ si oʊˌɛk əˈnɒm ɪk, -ˌi kə-, ˌsoʊ ʃi-so·cioe·co·nom·ic

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. socioeconomicadjective

    involving social as well as economic factors

    "socioeconomic status"

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  1. socioeconomicadjective

    Of or pertaining to social and economic factors.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of socioeconomic in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of socioeconomic in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

Examples of socioeconomic in a Sentence

  1. Med Jones:

    One quick and effective solution to the global economic crisis is a global economic and political reset. A global economic reset means that world leaders can come together to agree on debt forgiveness to all nations and restructuring of the global economy. Friends and enemies alike, no exceptions. To be fair to nations with lesser debts, they could be compensated on a ratio basis to enjoy treasury surpluses. A new international trade and reserve currency will probably be established to create a fair global economic system and to implement the reset. This could bring a new era of global prosperity and socioeconomic exchange. This is a much better alternative than currency wars, international hostilities and continuous risks of global socioeconomic shocks.

  2. Med Jones:

    Over the long term, if government revenues continue to be less than the expenditures (deficit), then the economic health of the country worsens because this will result in accumulated debt. An increasing government debt will result in higher interest payments, and less money available for socioeconomic development. To pay for the debt, the government will have to raise taxes, which will reduce the competitive position of the country in the global economy and chase investors away resulting in less economic activities and more job losses. In order to avoid higher unemployment and social instability, the government have to raise more debt to fund spending and welfare support by raising the interest rate which will increase the cost of money, reduce corporate profits and slow economic investments, thus resulting in more job losses and reduced government revenues, despite income tax increases. It is what I call a vicious economic cycle.

  3. Bobby Scott:

    While uncomfortable, it is a historical fact that Private School Vouchers have been used, most notably in my home state, to purposefully segregate, it is also a fact that school choice devoid of civil rights protections, accountability, and a priority for diversity often leads to more, not less, racial and socioeconomic segregation.

  4. Rodrigo Vieira:

    The big oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is a good precedent of how to agree on funds for environmental and socioeconomic recovery, that's our goal.

  5. Euromonitor International:

    [ The ] visit to Asia holds geo-strategic and socioeconomic importance, both aspects being very important for the success of the Saudi Vision 2030 with reference to the timings of these visits, the visits will provide Saudi Arabia crown prince an avenue for developing closer relationships with the governments in these countries and improve a positive image among the masses.

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