One comment on “Timmy Elsewhere

  1. Minor point but

    In fact, the only number that seems to have fallen over those years is the OECD Americas average, something I’m sure is a result of including Mexico’s zero (ie, not available, not no government) in 1975′s average.

    is almost right, it’s because Mexico isn’t included, and so the 1975 figure is a simple average of Canada & US, ie halfway between then. In fact the regional averages, being unweighted, are a little suscept – the US is about 90% of the N.Americas, isn’t it?

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