Reference Statistics for Finance Indicators
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This dataset presents reference statistics (GDP, Total Government Expenditure, deflators, etc.) that are used to calculate some of the indicators on educational expenditure included in the indicators dataset.

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Yearly

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National Account database (OECD)

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2015

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01/04/2020

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Yearly/Financial year

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1995-2018

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National; for Norway's GDP, the coverage is Norway mainland

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Key statistical concepts, definitions and methodologies underlying the indicators are available in:

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For countries where GDP is not reported for the same reference period as data on educational finance, GDP is estimated as: wt-1 (GDPt - 1) + wt (GDPt), where wt and wt-1 are the weights for the respective portions of the two reference periods for GDP which fall within the educational financial year. Adjustments were made for Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States.

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Reference Statistics for Finance IndicatorsAbstract

This dataset presents reference statistics (GDP, Total Government Expenditure, deflators, etc.) that are used to calculate some of the indicators on educational expenditure included in the indicators dataset.

Data source(s) used

National Account database (OECD)

Source Periodicity

Yearly

Periodicity

Yearly/Financial year

Reference period

1995-2018

Base period

2015

Date last updated

01/04/2020

Contact person

Daniel.sanchezserra@oecd.org - Andrea.borlizzi@oecd.org or click:

Daniel Sanchez Serramailto:Daniel.sanchezserra@oecd.orgAndrea Borlizzimailto:Andrea.borlizzi@oecd.org
Geographic coverage

National; for Norway's GDP, the coverage is Norway mainland

Key statistical concept

Key statistical concepts, definitions and methodologies underlying the indicators are available in:

OECD Handbook for Internationally Comparative Education Statisticshttps://doi.org/10.1787/9789264304444-en
Classification(s) used

Detailed presentation and explanation of ISCED 2011 classification is available in:

OECD Handbook for Internationally Comparative Education Statisticshttps://doi.org/10.1787/9789264304444-en
Other manipulations

For countries where GDP is not reported for the same reference period as data on educational finance, GDP is estimated as: wt-1 (GDPt - 1) + wt (GDPt), where wt and wt-1 are the weights for the respective portions of the two reference periods for GDP which fall within the educational financial year. Adjustments were made for Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States.

Recommended uses and limitations

... are included in :

OECD Handbook for Internationally Comparative Education Statisticshttps://doi.org/10.1787/9789264304444-en
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