Social expenditure as a percentage of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP)

This indicator measures, in percentage of Gross Domestic Product, the effort made by countries in social matters.

Public social expenditure includes both social transfers (such as retirement pensions, unemployment benefits, etc.) and the providing of public services (such as healthcare, education, social services, social housing, etc.).

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