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FIGURE 2 - Efficiency and Equity Within European Education Systems and School Choice Policy: Bridging Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches

FIGURE 2 Teachers' salaries and GDP per capita (average 2009-2010). Note. Teachers' annual gross salaries of fully qualified, full time, in public schools, average primary and lower secondary. (Source: Teachers' and School Heads' Salaries and Allowances in Europe, 2009/10, Eurydice: European Commission). GDP per capita, average 2009-2010 (Source: Eurostat). 45-degree line divides countries into low-and high-contributors. Legend: AUT = Austria, BGR = Bulgaria, CZE = Czech Republic, DNK = Denmark, GBR = England, EST = Estonia, FIN = Finland, FRA = France, DEU = Germany, GRC = Greece, HUN = Hungary, ISL = Iceland, IRL = Ireland, ITA = Italy, LVA = Latvia, LIE = Liechtenstein, LTU = Lithuania, LUX = Luxembourg, NLD = Netherlands, NOR = Norway, POL = Poland, PRT = Portugal, ROM = Romania, SVK = Slovakia, SVN = Slovenia, ESP = Spain, SWE = Sweden, CHE = Switzerland.
Teachers' salaries and GDP per capita (average 2009-2010). Note. Teachers' annual gross salaries of fully qualified, full time, in public schools, average primary and lower secondary. (Source: Teachers' and School Heads' Salaries and Allowances in Europe, 2009/10, Eurydice: European Commission). GDP per capita, average 2009-2010 (Source: Eurostat). 45-degree line divides countries into low-and high-contributors. Legend: AUT = Austria, BGR = Bulgaria, CZE = Czech Republic, DNK = Denmark, GBR = England, EST = Estonia, FIN = Finland, FRA = France, DEU = Germany, GRC = Greece, HUN = Hungary, ISL = Iceland, IRL = Ireland, ITA = Italy, LVA = Latvia, LIE = Liechtenstein, LTU = Lithuania, LUX = Luxembourg, NLD = Netherlands, NOR = Norway, POL = Poland, PRT = Portugal, ROM = Romania, SVK = Slovakia, SVN = Slovenia, ESP = Spain, SWE = Sweden, CHE = Switzerland.
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