Social Spending and GDP per Capita
These are countries whose per-capita incomes are greater than the OECD average. The point here is that there's no trade-off between high levels of national income and high levels of social spending. [more here]
Posted by Mark Thoma on Wednesday, June 27, 2007 at 01:44 AM in Economics, Social Insurance |
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