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 (jē′ō-ĕk′ə-nŏm′ĭks, -ē′kə-)
n. (used with a sing. verb)
1. The study of the relationship between politics and economics, especially on an international scale.
2. A combination of international economic and political factors relating to or influencing a nation or region.

ge′o·ec′o·nom′ic adj.
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McKinley Conway, an engineer, geoeconomist, and futurist, is chairman of the World Development Council and founder and chairman of Conway Data, Inc., 40 Technology Park/Atlanta, Norcross, Georgia 30092-9934.
In a remarkable series of papers, largely unnoticed in the English-speaking world, a new school of geoeconomists based in France claims to have discovered a "size nexus" at work in the European economy, with smaller lead countries like Ireland and Finland outperforming larger laggards like Germany.