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Chapter 2 Scope and coverage around the world | Figures

Chapter 2 Scope and coverage around the world

Figure 2.1
Employees (wage and salary workers) in total employment worldwide, latest available year
Figure 2.2
Latin America: Social protection coverage among wage workers according to type of  contract, 2005
Figure 2.3
Countries grouped by level of vulnerability, poverty and    informality combined, latest available year
Figure 2.4
Branches of social security: Number of branches covered by a statutory social security programme, 2008-09
Figure 2.5
Date of the first law adopted for each contingency, countries grouped by Human Development Index (HDI), latest available year
Figure 2.6
Branches of social security: Countries with statutory programmes or limited provision, latest available year
 
 

Chapter 3 Social health protection coverage | Figures

Chapter 3 Social health protection coverage

Figure 3.2
Health-care financing: Total and public per capita expenditure by national income level of countries, 2007
Figure 3.3
Health-care financing levels and sources of funds, 2006 (percentage of GDP)
Figure 3.4
Vulnerability of countries and sources of funds: Public and private health expenditure and composition of health expenditure by level of vulnerability at the country level, 2006 (percentage of GDP)
Figure 3.5
Out-of-pocket expenditure as a percentage of total health expenditure in low-, medium- and high -income countries, 2006
Figure 3.6
Out-of-pocket expenditure as a percentage of total health expenditure by poverty incidence, 2006 (percentage of people living on less than US$2 PPP per day)
Figure 3.7
Health protection: Proportion of the population covered by law, latest available year (percentages)
Figure 3.8
Deficits in health protection by vulnerability at the country level, latest available year (percentage of population not covered)
Figure 3.9
Skilled medical personnel: ILO access deficit indicator, 2006 (Percentage of total population not covered)
Figure 3.10
Multiple dimensions of health coverage, 2006

Chapter 4 Coverage by social security pensions: Income security in old age | Figures

 
 

Chapter 4 Coverage by social security pensions: Income security in old age

Figure 4.1
Old-age pensions: Legal coverage and effective active contributors in the working-age population, by region, 2008-09 (percentages)
Figure 4.2
Old-age pension beneficiaries as a proportion of the elderly by income level, various countries, latest available year
Figure 4.3
Old-age pension beneficiaries as a percentage of the population above retirement age, latest available year
Figure 4.4
Old-age pension schemes: Effective active contributors in wage employment as a share of total employment, latest available year (percentage of working-age population)
Figure 4.5
Persons above retirement age receiving pensions, and labour force participation of the population aged 65 and over, latest available year (percentages)
Figure 4.6
European Union: Old-age pension recipients, ratio to population over the legal retirement age (excluding anticipated old-age pensions), 2006
Figure 4.7
Africa: Old-age pensioners (all ages) as a proportion of the elderly population, latest available year (percentages)
Figure 4.8
Asia and the Middle East: Old-age pensioners (all ages) as a proportion of the elderly population, latest available year (percentages)
Figure 4.9
Latin America and the Caribbean: Old-age pensioners (all ages) as a proportion of the elderly population, latest available year (percentages)
Figure 4.10
Male and female old-age pensioners (all ages) as a proportion of male and female populations respectively, aged 60 and over, latest available year (percentages)
 
 

Chapter 5 Income support to the unemployed | Figures

Chapter 5 Income support to the unemployed

 
Figure 5.1
Existence of unemployment protection schemes by type of scheme, 2008-09
Figure 5.2
Unemployment protection schemes by type of scheme, 2008-09
Figure 5.3
Unemployment protection schemes: Legal extent of coverage worldwide as a percentage of the economically active population (EAP), latest available year
Figure 5.4
Unemployment protection schemes: Legal extent of coverage, regional estimates, as a percentage of the economically active population (EAP), latest available year
Figure 5.5
Unemployment: Effective coverage worldwide - unemployed who actually receive benefits, latest available year (percentages)
Figure 5.6
Unemployment: Effective coverage, regional estimates - unemployed who actually receive benefits, latest available year (percentages)
Figure 5.7
Unemployed receiving unemployment benefits, selected countries, latest available year (percentage of total unemployed)
 
 

Chapter 6 Coverage by other branches of social security | Figures

Chapter 6      Coverage by other branches of social security

 
 
Figure 6.1
Types of scheme providing protection in case of employment injury, by region, 2008¿09 (multiple responses)
Figure 6.2
Extent of legal coverage by employment injury scheme, 2008-09
Figure 6.3
Active contributors or protected persons as a percentage of working-age population and employment, latest available year
Figure 6.4 Inequities in access to maternal health services* in rural and urban areas, latest available year (percentage of live births)
Figure 6.5 Inequities in access to maternal health services* by wealth quintile by national income level of countries, latest available year
Figure 6.6
Maternity legal provision: type of programmes worldwide, 2009
Figure 6.7
Legal duration of maternity leave worldwide, 2009 (weeks)
Figure 6.8
Amounts spent on paid maternity leave per year and per child in selected countries, latest available year (US $ current)

Chapter 7 Minimum income support and other social assistance | Figures

 
 

Chapter 7 Minimum income support and other social assistance

Figure 7.1
Means-tested and non-means-tested benefit expenditure, European countries, 2007 (percentage of GDP and ratio)
Figure 7.2
Means-tested benefits in European countries: Totals and by function, 2007 (percentage of GDP)
Figure 7.3
Social assistance expenditure, 75 countries, 2008 (percentage of GDP)
Figure 7.4
Social protection expenditure by type (ADB definitions), selected countries, 2008 (percentage of GDP)

Chapter 8 Investments in social security: Amounts, results and efficiency | Figures

 
 

Chapter 8 Investments in social security: Amounts, results and efficiency

Figure 8.1
Social security expenditure by region, weighted by population, latest available year (percentage of GDP)
Figure 8.2
Social security expenditure by income level, weighted by population, 2000 compared with latest available year (percentage of GDP)
Figure 8.3
Social security expenditure by income level and branch, weighted by population, latest available year (percentage of GDP)
Figure 8.4
Social security expenditure by vulnerability and branch, weighted by population, latest available year (percentage of GDP)
Figure 8.5
Size of government resources (ratio of government expenditure to GDP) and amount of social security expenditure (percentage of GDP), latest available year
Figure 8.6
Size of government resources (ratio of government expenditure to GDP) and GDP per capita, latest available year (international $ PPP)
Figure 8.7
Share of government spending invested in social security and size of government (ratio of government expenditure to GDP), latest available year
Figure 8.8
Percentage of lower-income persons (first three income quintiles) reporting unmet health needs, and public spending on health (percentage of GDP), European Union countries, 2007
Figure 8.9
Non-pension cash transfers: Reduction in poverty risk, European Union countries, 2007
Figure 8.10
Percentage reduction in the Gini coefficient, and share of social security cash transfers in household incomes, 22 OECD countries, mid-2000
Figure 8.11
Poverty rates and social security expenditure for persons of working age and retirement age, OECD countries, mid-2000 (percentages)
Figure 8.13
Investments in social protection: Expenditure (% of GDP) in Asian countries for three SPI indicators

Chapter 9 Conclusions: The state of social security across the world - a first approximation to a typology of approaches | Figures

   

Chapter 9 Conclusions: The state of social security across the world ¿ a first approximation to a typology of approaches

Figure 9.1 Resources committed, statutory provision and coverage achieved: A mapping of countries
Figure 9.2 Components of the typology by level of income
   

Chapter 10 Responding to economic crisis with social security | Figures

Responding to economic crisis with social security

Figure 10.1 Number of unemployed receiving social security unemployment benefits, weighted average, selected countries, 2007-09 (Index value 100 = January 2008)
Figure 10.2 Number of unemployed receiving unemployment benefits, selected countries, trends 2006-09
Figure 10.3 Thailand: Number of unemployed receiving unemployment benefits (monthly), and trends in the proportion of total unemployed receiving benefits, 2006-09 (percentages)
Figure 10.4 Real investment returns of pension funds, OECD countries, 2008 (percentages)