Public expenditure on education

percent of GDP, 1970–2020

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    1970 Ranking
    1. British Virgin Islands 10.57
    2. Brunei 6.24
    3. Netherlands 6.22
    4. Denmark 5.96
    5. Ivory Coast 5.87
    6. Congo (Brazzaville) 5.73
    7. Finland 5.41
    8. Kiribati 4.79
    9. Ukraine 4.57
    10. Zambia 4.39
    11. Guyana 4.33
    12. Seychelles 4.19
    13. Venezuela 4.16
    14. Austria 4.15
    15. Panama 4.04
    16. Jordan 3.63
    17. France 3.43
    18. South Korea 3.41
    19. Italy 3.37
    20. Dominican Republic 2.64
    21. Luxembourg 2.22
    22. Togo 2.11
    23. Paraguay 2.11
    24. Nicaragua 2.04
    25. Ecuador 2.00
    26. Guatemala 1.86
    27. Spain 1.83
    28. Greece 1.55
    29. Argentina 1.46
    2020 Ranking
    1. Namibia 9.41
    2. Sierra Leone 9.26
    3. Belize 7.94
    4. Lesotho 7.38
    5. South Africa 6.84
    6. Costa Rica 6.75
    7. Kuwait 6.55
    8. Jamaica 5.40
    9. Swaziland 5.34
    10. Uzbekistan 5.11
    11. Kenya 5.08
    12. Dominica 5.00
    13. Belarus 4.95
    14. Samoa 4.81
    15. Mauritius 4.61
    16. Hong Kong 4.41
    17. Barbados 4.30
    18. Peru 4.25
    19. Ecuador 4.13
    20. Georgia 3.84
    21. Saint Lucia 3.57
    22. Rwanda 3.41
    23. Antigua and Barbuda 3.32
    24. Guatemala 3.30
    25. Qatar 3.19
    26. Tanzania 3.10
    27. Uganda 3.01
    28. Malawi 2.91
    29. Armenia 2.71
    30. Bahamas 2.51
    31. Singapore 2.51
    32. Vanuatu 2.31
    33. Liberia 2.31
    34. Guinea 2.20
    35. Mauritania 1.89

    Public expenditure on education as percentage of GDP is the total public expenditure (current and capital) on education expressed as a percentage of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in a given year. Public expenditure on education includes government spending on educational institutions (both public and private), education administration, and transfers/subsidies for private entities (students/households and other privates entities).

    Source: World Bank