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Unformatted text preview: the private sector slows', Financial Times, 24 August. Treasury, (1979), Needs Assessment Study: Report, (London: Treasury). ____, (1998), Modern Public Services for Britain: Investing in Reform, Cm 4011, (London: Stationery Office). ____, (1999), Funding the Scottish Parliament, National Assembly for Wales and Northern Ireland Assembly, (London: HM Treasury). ____, (2000a), Funding the Scottish Parliament, National Assembly for Wales and Northern Ireland Assembly, Second edition, (London: HM Treasury). ____, (2000b), Public Expenditure: Statistical Analyses 2000-01, Cm 4601, (London: Stationery Office). ____, (2000c), Spending Review 2000 - New Public Spending Plans 2001-2004 - Prudent for a Purpose: Building Opportunity and Security for All, Cm 4807, (London: Stationery Office). ____, (2001a), Managing Resources: Full Implementation of Resource Accounting and Budgeting, (London: HM Treasury). ____, (2001b), Public Expenditure 2000-2001: Provisional Outturn, (London: Stationery Office). ____, (2001c), Public Expenditure: Statistical Analyses 2001-02, Cm 5101, (London: Stationery Office). Welsh Office, (1997), A Voice for Wales: The Government's Proposals for a Welsh Assembly, Cm 3718, (London: Stationery Office). 280 Commission on Fiscal Imbalance APPENDIX: FIGURES FIGURE 1 Figure 1: Block Relatives 10:5:85 as exact population shares Index of per capita expenditure (UK=100) 145 140 Note:This simulation starts with estimated block relatives, circa 1981, and assumes that (a) all expenditure change is governed by the original Barnett formula proportions; and (b) that these exactly matched population proportions which remained constant throughout. 135 130 125 120 115 Northern Ireland 110 Scotland 105 Wales 100 England 95 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000 8000 9000 10000 Increments of £100m for Great Britain FIGURE 2 Figure 2: Block Relatives 10:5:85 as rounded population shares Ind 145 ex of 140 per ca 135 pit a 130 ex pe 125 ndi tur 120 e (U 115 K= 10 110 0) 105 Note:This simulation starts with estimated block relatives, circa 1981, and assumes that (a) all expenditure change is governed by the original Barnett formula proportions; and (b) that these were rounded approximations of population proportions, both of which remained constant throughout. Scotland Northern England 100 Wales 95 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000 8000 9000 10000 Increments of £100m for Great Britain 281 Commission on Fiscal Imbalance FIGURE 3 Figure 3: Relative Block Growth Rates 10:5:85 as exact population shares 120% Relative growth rates 115% 110% Scotland:Northern Ireland 105% 100% Scotland:Wales 95% Scotland:England 90% 85% 80% 75% 0 0,774643 0,873013 0,9116 0,932202 0,945016 0,953756 0,960099 Incremental expenditure as % of GB total expenditure 282 Commission on Fiscal Imbalance FIGURE 4 THE CASE OF THE SCOTTISH PARLIAMENT Source: Treasury (2000), p. 27. Other abbreviations: CAP = Common Agricultural Policy; HIAL = Highlands & Islands Airports Limited, a public corporation which runs certain small airports; and HLCAs = Hill Livestock Compensation Allowances. 283 Commission on...
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