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date: 26 February 2020

(p. xiii) List of Figures

(p. xiii) List of Figures

  1. 8.1 Public social expenditure by broad social policy area in percentage of GDP (2005) 127

  2. 13.1 Trade union density, social expenditure, and bargaining coverage (1980, 2000) 202

  3. 23.1 Patterns of social spending in 19 OECD countries (2005) 341

  4. 24.1 Typology of pension systems 356

  5. 24.2 Public and private pension spending as a percentage of gross domestic product (2003) 359

  6. 24.3 Pension spending as a share of total non‐health social expenditure (2003) 360

  7. 24.4 Household income inequality, population aged 65+ (mid‐2000s) 361

  8. 27.1 The sequential introduction of social insurance laws in different continents and in the OECD‐18, with OECD‐18 countries excluded from their continents (since the 1880s) 393

  9. 27.2 Generosity (net benefit/net wage) and universalism (insured/labour force) of work accident benefits in 18 OECD countries (1930, 2000) 397

  10. 27.3 Generosity (net benefit/net wage) and universalism (insured/labour force) of sickness benefits in 17 OECD countries (1930, 2000) 403

  11. 30.1 Employment rates (1989, 2007) 445

  12. 31.1 Extent and generosity of social assistance in OECD countries (1992) 452

  13. 32.1 Per cent of children living in a lone parent family (2006) 464

  14. 32.2 Spending per child in per cent of spending per older person (1980–2003) 468

  15. 32.3 Child benefit package for couple with two children one earner by level of earnings (2005). Ranked by average earnings: Per cent extra over a childless couple on the same earnings 470

  16. 32.4 Fertility rate 2006 by family spending as a per cent of GDP 2005 472

  17. (p. xiv)
  18. 32.5 Child poverty rates before and after transfers (2006) 475

  19. 32.6 Overall child well‐being by per cent GDP devoted to family benefits and services (2005) 477

  20. 34.1 The relationship between public education and social spending in per cent of GDP (2005) 497

  21. 34.2 Variation of spending on education (2005) 498

  22. 34.3 Variation of spending on tertiary education (2005) 499

  23. 34.4 Hierarchical cluster analysis of education systems: Ward method, Euclidian distance measure (c. 2005) 500