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The Impact of Tax Systems on Social Expenditure. Presentation: Foundation for Fiscal Studies 30 October 2003, ESRI, Dublin Willem Adema (www.oecd.org/els/social/expenditure). Introduction. Interpreting Tax-to-GDP ratios and Public (social) expenditure to GDP ratios Social

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the impact of tax systems on social expenditure

The Impact of Tax Systems on Social Expenditure

Presentation:

Foundation for Fiscal Studies

30 October 2003, ESRI, Dublin

Willem Adema

(www.oecd.org/els/social/expenditure)

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Introduction

  • Interpreting Tax-to-GDP ratios and Public (social) expenditure to GDP ratios Social
  • What is social spending?
  • Indicators on Net Social Spending
  • What do they mean?
what is private social spending
What is private social spending?
  • Protection with a social purpose
  • Inter-personal redistribution
  • Compulsion
conclusions
Conclusions
  • A similarity in spending to GDP ratios in the Netherlands, the UK and the US
  • Is public spending in Ireland too low and too high in Sweden?
  • What about redistribution in tax/benefit system?
  • A greater role for private social protection?
references
References

Adema, W., B. Eklind, J. Lotz, M. Einerhand and M. Pearson (1996), Net Public Social Expenditure. Labour Market and Social Policy Occ. Papers. Number 19, OECD, Paris.

Adema, W. and M Einerhand (1998), The Growing Role of Private Social Benefits. Labour Market and Social Policy Occasional Papers. Number 32, OECD, Paris.

Adema W. (1999), Net Social Expenditure, Labour Market and Social Policy Occasional Papers. Number 39, OECD, Paris.

Adema, W. (2001), Net Social Expenditure – 2nd Edition, Labour Market and Social Policy Occasional Papers. Number 52, OECD, Paris.

Adema. W and M. Ladaique (2004), Net Social Expenditure - 3rd edition, OECD Social, Employment and Migration Working Papers, Paris, forthcoming.

OECD (2001), Social Expenditure Database 1980-1998 - 3rd edition, Paris.

OECD (2002), Revenue Statistics, 1965 – 2001, Paris.

OECD (2004, forthcoming), Social Expenditure Database – 4th edition, Paris. http://www.oecd.org/social/expenditure