Karl Marx

Socio-economic

 

The term socio-economic is used to describe that which is related to or concerned with the interaction of both social and economic factors.

 

Example:


When addressing the issue of crime it is important to study all of the socio-economic factors as crime is not just a result of economic factors but of social factors as well.

 
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