Budget

Member Countries' Budget Contributions for 2017

 

The OECD’s budget is comprised of Part I and Part II programmes of work.


All member countries contribute funding to the Part I budget, representing around two-thirds of OECD Part I expenditure. The contributions (see table below) are based on both a proportion that is shared equally among member countries and a scale that is proportional to the relative size of their economies. The Part I budget for 2017 is EUR 200.1 million.


Part II budgets, meanwhile, cover programmes that are of interest to a limited number of members and are funded according to scales of contributions or other agreements among the participating countries. The consolidated Part II budgets for 2017 amount to EUR 97.7 million.


The overall consolidated OECD budget for 2017 comes to EUR 374 million.


Part I and Part II programmes may also receive voluntary contributions for their programme of work.

 

Member Countries' percentage shares of Part I budget contributions for 2017

 
Member Countries % Contribution
AUSTRALIA 3.1
AUSTRIA 1.5
BELGIUM 1.6
CANADA 3.6
CHILE 1.4
CZECH REPUBLIC 1.1
DENMARK 1.3
ESTONIA 1.4
FINLAND 1.2
FRANCE 5.4
GERMANY 7.4
GREECE 1.1
HUNGARY 1.0
ICELAND 0.5
IRELAND 1.1
ISRAEL 1.4
ITALY 4.1
JAPAN 9.4
KOREA 3.1
LATVIA 1.4
LUXEMBOURG 0.6
MEXICO 2.8
NETHERLANDS 2.2
NEW ZEALAND 1.1
NORWAY 1.6
POLAND 1.5
PORTUGAL 1.1
SLOVAK REPUBLIC 0.8
SLOVENIA 1.4
SPAIN 3.0
SWEDEN 1.6
SWITZERLAND 2.1
TURKEY 2.0
UNITED KINGDOM 5.5
UNITED STATES 20.6
Total of contributions 100.0

 

 

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