Comparacion internacional del gasto publico en Sanidad y Educacion de España con los paises de la OCDE 1982-96
AbstractEn este trabajo analizamos el nivel del gasto publico en Sanidad y Educacion de España comparandolo con otros paises europeos y de la OCDE. El analisis incluye un modelo econometrico que estima la elasticidad del gasto con respecto al PIB y al numero de estudiantes. La principal conclusion es que España tiene un nivel bajo de gasto total, publico y privado, en educacion tanto en terminos por habitante como en relacion al numero de alumnos. Se recomienda un mayor incremento del gasto en sanidad y educacion de España no solo por motivos de bienestar de la poblacion sino tambien para impulsar, a traves de la educacion, el desarrollo economico, como ha ocurrido en el otros paises mas avanzados de la OCDE y recientemente en Irlanda. An analysis of Spanish expenditure by inhabitant on Health and Education, in comparison with OECD countries, is performed, including an econometric model for the estimation of the elasticity of expenditure on education to changes in GDP and the number of students. The main conclusion is that Spain has had during the period 1980-96 very low levels of total expenditure by inhabitant in both kinds of social services, particularly in education. Higher levels of expenditure are recommended in order to improve not only well-being of population but also to induce, through education expenditure, higher educative levels and better economic performance of Spain, as it has happened before in more advanced OECD countries and more recently in the case of Ireland
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Volume (Year): 1 (2001)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
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