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All entities that provide funds for education, either initially or as final payers, are classified as either governmental (public) sources or non-governmental (private) sources, the sole exception being "international agencies and other foreign sources", which are treated as a separate category.  There are three types of financial transactions: Direct expenditure on educational institutions; Transfers to students or households and to other private entities; and Households' expenditure on education outside educational institutions.

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Manon COSTINOT (manon.costinot@oecd.org).
Giovanni SEMERARO (GiovanniMaria.SEMERARO@oecd.org)

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12-09-2017

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School academic year

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Yearly

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Government expenditure refers to spending of public authorities at all levels and include three subcategories: central (national) government, regional government (province, state, Land, etc.) and local government (municipality, district, commune,etc.). Expenditure that is not directly related to education (e.g. culture, sports, youth activities, etc.) is not included unless provided as ancillary services. Private expenditure include two subcategories: households (that is to say students and their families) and private entities other than household. In this last category can be isolated expenditure of firms for specified educational activities. Funds from international agencies and other foreign sources include funds funds from international sources paid to governments or paid directly to educational institutions.

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Indicators are computed on various levels of education. These levels refer to the International standard Classification of Educaiton (ISCED) 2011.

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Educational expenditure by source and destination_testAbstract

All entities that provide funds for education, either initially or as final payers, are classified as either governmental (public) sources or non-governmental (private) sources, the sole exception being "international agencies and other foreign sources", which are treated as a separate category.  There are three types of financial transactions: Direct expenditure on educational institutions; Transfers to students or households and to other private entities; and Households' expenditure on education outside educational institutions.

Data source(s) used

Education at a Glance 2017

Education_at_a_Glancehttp://www.oecd.org/edu/eag.htm
Periodicity

Yearly

Date last updated

12-09-2017

Contact person

Manon COSTINOT (manon.costinot@oecd.org).
Giovanni SEMERARO (GiovanniMaria.SEMERARO@oecd.org)

Other data characteristics

School academic year

Other coverage

Government expenditure refers to spending of public authorities at all levels and include three subcategories: central (national) government, regional government (province, state, Land, etc.) and local government (municipality, district, commune,etc.). Expenditure that is not directly related to education (e.g. culture, sports, youth activities, etc.) is not included unless provided as ancillary services. Private expenditure include two subcategories: households (that is to say students and their families) and private entities other than household. In this last category can be isolated expenditure of firms for specified educational activities. Funds from international agencies and other foreign sources include funds funds from international sources paid to governments or paid directly to educational institutions.

Classification(s) used

Indicators are computed on various levels of education. These levels refer to the International standard Classification of Educaiton (ISCED) 2011.

Quality comments

You will find more information on the OECD Education GPS.

GPS_EDUCATIONhttp://gpseducation.oecd.org/IndicatorExplorer?query=14&indicators=A072*A247*B033*A012*C005*A013*A014*A003*A004*A005*A071*A073*A080*A081*A082*A112*A151*A110*A111*A076*A079*A224*A230*A141*A147*C020*C006*C007*A244*C002*D011*D012*A030*A210*A213*A216*A219*A221*A222*A223*C015*A235*C003*A248*A249*B002*B003*B004*B005*B027*B028*B029*B057*B058*B030*B046*D019*D018*D014*D015*D013*D021*D022*D020*D024*D025*D026*D031*D032*D033
Other comments

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