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GINI DP 74: The Impact of Publicly Provided Services on the Distribution of Resources: Review of New Results and Methods

  • Gerlinde Verbist

    (Centre for Social Policy, University of Antwerp)

  • Michael Föster

    ()

    (the Social Policy Division of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Paris (OECD))

  • Vaalavou, M.

We are grateful to Maryse Fesseau and colleagues from the OECD Statistics Directorate for comments on this work and to Maxime Ladaique (OECD Social Policy Division) for guidance on OECD social expenditure data. We gratefully acknowledge the suggestions provided by members of the Working Party on Social Policy and the OECD-Eurostat Expert Group to measure disparities in National Accounts. Finally, we are indebted to Rolf Aaberge (Statistics Norway), Joachim Frick and Markus Grabka (DIW Berlin) and Panos Tsakloglou (Athens University of Economics and Business) for the time they have taken and their invaluable support to discuss and apply alternative and innovative theories, concepts and methodology for the distributive analysis of social transfers in kind.

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Paper provided by AIAS, Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Labour Studies in its series GINI Discussion Papers with number 74.

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