'Principle of revenue neutrality' proves Government's lack of vision


Murphy, Mary (2009) 'Principle of revenue neutrality' proves Government's lack of vision. https://www.tasc.ie/blog.

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Abstract

The average percentage of GDP spent on social protection in the EU-15 is 27.5% (Eurostat, 2007) . The Irish rate of 18.2% compares badly with high spenders France (31.1%) and Sweden (30.7%), with our nearest neighbour the UK at 26.4% but also with countries like Greece (24.2%) and Portugal (25.4%). Ireland, to make any meaningful social or economic progress, should be moving toward a higher percentage of GDP on social protection.

Item Type: Other
Keywords: Ireland; revenue neutrality; economic policy; social protection; Commission on Taxation; cohesion;
Academic Unit: Faculty of Social Sciences > Sociology
Item ID: 9062
Depositing User: Dr. Mary Murphy
Date Deposited: 06 Dec 2017 15:42
Publisher: https://www.tasc.ie/blog
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