Presentation on theme: "Two NTA indicators we are thinking about using in the wall chart for Latin America and the Caribbean Tim Miller NTA Working Group on Indicators June 8,"— Presentation transcript:
Two NTA indicators we are thinking about using in the wall chart for Latin America and the Caribbean Tim Miller NTA Working Group on Indicators June 8, 2010 Honolulu, Hawaii
The artist formerly known as Prince Why is this indicator called the Intergenerational Tax Rate? Why not call it by its proper definition, the Aggregate Life Cycle Deficit of Youth and Elderly divided by GDP?
Question: What is the annual cost of educating the average child? in Brazil? in the United States? in Burkino Faso? How does the average cost of educating a child compare to the average costs of providing financial support to elderly?
Answer: The Benefit Generosity Ratio = Average Education, Health, or Pension Benefit as a share of GDP/working-age adult
Expenditures/GDP can be expressed as product of demography and policy. DEMOGRAPHIC DEPENDENCY RATIO FOR EDUCATION, HEALTH, AND PENSIONS Population at-risk (e.g., school-age population) ÷ Working-age Population BENEFIT GENEROSITY RATIO FOR EDUCATION, HEALTH, AND PENSIONS Benefits per person ÷ GDP per working-age person
B/GDP = bgr * P(6-21)/P(20-64) B = Aggregate educational expenditures. bgr = average benefit per school-age person relative to economic output per working-age adult = B/P(6-21) / GDP/P(20-64). P(6-21) = School-age population (ages 6 to 21). P(20-64) = Working-age population.
Two nice features International comparisons of 3 programs: education, health, and pensions. Good for projections: we can project the demography easily and can tell interesting stories about policy through the BGRs.
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