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Government – OECD Data

Government – OECD Data

TaxIndicator Group


Tax revenueIndicator in group Tax


34.3



Total
% of GDP
2018
OECD – Average


% of GDP


Total
% of GDP
1999-2018
OECD – Average


Tax on personal incomeIndicator in group Tax


8.3



Total
% of GDP
2018
OECD – Average


% of GDP


Total
% of GDP
1999-2018
OECD – Average


Tax on corporate profitsIndicator in group Tax


3.0



Total
% of GDP
2018
OECD – Average


% of GDP


Total
% of GDP
1999-2018
OECD – Average


Social security contributionsIndicator in group Tax


9.4



Total
% of GDP
2018
OECD – Average


% of GDP


Total
% of GDP
1999-2018
OECD – Average


Tax on payrollIndicator in group Tax


0.5



Total
% of GDP
2018
OECD – Average


% of GDP


Total
% of GDP
1999-2018
OECD – Average

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Trust in Government – OECD

Trust in Government – OECD

Trust in Government – OECD







 

ONLY 43% OF CITIZENS TRUST THEIR GOVERNMENT

Trust in government is deteriorating in many OECD countries. Lack of trust compromises the willingness of citizens and business to respond to public policies and contribute to a sustainable economic recovery.

 

WHY TRUST IS IMPORTANT

Trust is important for the success of a wide range of public policies that depend on behavioural responses from the public.

Trust is necessary to increase the confidence of investors and consumers.

Trust is essential for key economic activities, most notably finance.

Trust in institutions is important for the success of many government policies, programmes and regulations that depend on cooperation and compliance of citizens.

 

6 AREAS  FOR GOVERNMENTS TO WIN BACK TRUST

 
Reliability
Responsiveness
Openness

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