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Table C.4.15. OECD: Change in public and private expenditure on educational institutions and change in gross domestic product (GDP), by type of change, year, and country: 1995, 2000, 2008

Country Change in expenditure for all levels of education (2000 = 100)   Change in gross domestic product (2000 = 100, constant prices)   Change in expenditure on educational institutions as percentage of GDP (2000 = 100)
1995 2000 2008   1995 2000 2008   1995 2000 2008
OECD average 84 100 132   83 100 127   101 100 105
OECD countries                      
Australia 83 100 133   83 100 129   100 100 103
Austria 96 100 116   86 100 119   111 100 98
Belgium - 100 125   87 100 115   - 100 108
Canada1 92 100 119   82 100 116   113 100 103
Chile2 56 100 146   82 100 139   69 100 105
Czech Republic 113 100 151   93 100 140   121 100 108
Denmark 81 100 118   87 100 111   94 100 107
Estonia3 78 100 164   72 100 164   107 100 100
Finland 88 100 131   79 100 126   111 100 104
France 90 100 107   87 100 114   104 100 94
Germany 95 100 108   91 100 110   105 100 98
Greece 63 100 -   84 100 134   74 100 -
Hungary3 92 100 140   84 100 128   110 100 110
Iceland - 100 153   79 100 138   - 100 111
Ireland 74 100 174   63 100 140   117 100 125
Israel 83 100 121   78 100 129   106 100 94
Italy 93 100 108   91 100 107   103 100 101
Japan 94 100 109   95 100 112   99 100 98
Korea - 100 174   78 100 141   - 100 124
Luxembourg - 100 -   74 100 135   - 100 -
Mexico 77 100 139   77 100 121   101 100 115
Netherlands 85 100 127   82 100 117   104 100 109
New Zealand3 75 100 121   88 100 124   85 100 97
Norway3 85 100 139   83 100 118   102 100 118
Poland 80 100 140   77 100 139   104 100 101
Portugal 77 100 109   81 100 108   94 100 101
Slovak Republic 97 100 161   85 100 162   115 100 100
Slovenia - - -   81 100 141   - - -
Spain 91 100 137   82 100 128   111 100 107
Sweden 81 100 122   84 100 122   96 100 100
Switzerland3 95 100 118   90 100 117   106 100 101
Turkey3 56 100 -   82 100 141   69 100 -
United Kingdom 89 100 135   84 100 116   105 100 116
United States 76 100 122   81 100 117   94 100 104
Non-OECD member countries                      
Argentina - - -   - - -   - - -
Brazil3 83 100 197   91 100 138   91 100 143
China - - -   - - -   - - -
India - - -   - - -   - - -
Indonesia - - -   - - -   - - -
Russian Federation3 - 100 229   92 100 165   - 100 138
Saudi Arabia - - -   - - -   - - -
South Africa - - -   - - -   - - -
— Not available.
1Year of reference 2007 instead of 2008.
2Year of reference 2009 instead of 2008.
3Public expenditure only.
NOTE: Educational institutions are defined as entities that provide instructional services to individuals or education-related services to individuals and other educational institutions. Apparent differences may not be statistically significant.
SOURCE: Data from Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). (2011). Education at a Glance: OECD Indicators 2011, table B2.4. Paris: Author.
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