The boundaries between academic fields have blurred to such an extend that many studies today are interdisciplinary in nature.
My PhD is in the social sciences. It was located in the Faculty of Arts at the university. It is a blend of sociology, organisational economics, public policy and a bit of psychology.
I am wondering if a term like "social economics" is appropriate to describe my study. (It is neither "social" nor "economic" in the 'pure' sense.)
My university will just award me with a PhD but I want my CV to be more descriptive.
How does the academic community view these types of descriptions?