Social Budgeting

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International Labour Organization, 2000 - Business & Economics - 328 pages
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Contents

E Example e g table E8 9 is found in example 8 9 in Chapter
8
Introduction
15
Blueprints for the table structure of
53
The United Nations System of National Accounts SNA and
60
The social accounting system and other statistical data systems related
69
Modelling expenditure and revenue
75
Key assumptions for population projections
90
Total population development
91
PAYG rate and funding ratio of the UIF 19962000
166
A Social Budget projection 19952000
168
Case studies of Panama and Ukraine
185
Intended messages
235
Interdependencies between the economy and a social protection system
240
Longterm development of the world inflation rate 196197
246
Number of countries affected by hyperinflationary waves with annual
247
The composition of primary labour income
254

The example of Panama
104
all ages x and sex 5
118
E8 5a PSRE matrix of formerly active male persons at retirement
125
E8 6a PAYG and national cost of a typical African pension scheme
128
Building a health care HC module of the Social Budget model
134
Health care expenditure and financing 19952000
141
Poverty criterion and number of households below the poverty
154
The Gini coefficient 19972019
155
Distribution of the unemployed by duration
160
Central government blueprint
260
Glossary of the national accounts definitions
268
Glossary of terms used for projections
283
Blueprints for the table structure of an SAS
291
Revenue by legal category and institution year t
292
Expenditure by economic category social function and institution
306
Bibliography
313
List of examples
319
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Michael Cichon is chief of the Financial, Actuarial and Statistical Services Branch of the ILO's Social Protection Sector.

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