Misery Index and Components OECD Data (complied: Jeffrey Sachs)
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Budget BalanceUnemploymentCA/GDPMisery IndexRevenue/GDPOutlays/GDP
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Austria-4.64.42.66.448.353.0
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Belgium-4.28.31.311.148.953.1
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Canada-5.58.0-3.116.638.343.8
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Denmark-2.97.45.54.955.358.2
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Finland-2.88.42.98.252.455.1
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France-7.09.8-2.219.049.156.2
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Germany-3.37.15.64.843.446.7
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Greece-10.412.6-10.433.439.149.5
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Iceland-7.87.5-8.023.342.350.0
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Ireland-32.413.7-0.746.834.667.0
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Italy-4.58.4-3.516.446.150.6
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Luxembourg-1.74.57.8-1.639.541.2
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Netherlands-5.34.57.72.145.951.2
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Norway 10.53.512.9-19.956.546.0
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Portugal-9.211.0-9.729.941.550.7
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Spain-9.220.1-4.533.835.745.0
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Sweden-0.38.46.32.452.753.1
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Switzerland0.54.214.7-10.934.233.7
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United Kingdom-10.37.8-2.520.640.751.0
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United States -10.69.6-3.223.531.642.3
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Data are from the OECD, at:
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http://www.oecd.org/document/61/0,3746,en_2649_34573_2483901_1_1_1_1,00.html
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Budget Balance is the Net Lending of General Government
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Unemployment Rate is the OECD Standardized Unemployment Rate
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CA/GDP is the current account balance as share of GDP
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Misery Index is the sum of the budget deficit, the unemployment rate, and the current account deficit
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Revenue/GDP is total government revenues (tax plus non-tax) as a share of GDP
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Outlays/GDP is total government outlays as a share of GDP
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