Trend of German’s national budget in euro and dollar, and its effect on Germany political weight
1.The trend of Germany national budget shown us one of the Succeeded state after international economic crisis (after 2008) in economic sector was Germany governance. They could control USD and euro balance in their economy and also controlled GDP and national income. In fact they saved their economic growth on international economy arena, not just Eurozone. These is important factor for explaining their GW (governmental weight) index growth.
2.Germany had increased flow in budget revenue, GDP, BPC (budget per capita) and B (budget size index). In 2018, their budget in Euro had 60% growth in comparison with 2000 and in dollar; their budget had 105% growth in comparison with 2000. Although, they have notable downfall in their budget at 2009, 2010, 2012 and 2015.
3.Germany budget in euro at 2000 equal to 965 billion euro and in 2018 it’s 1,570 billion euro. in last 20 years only in 3 years they had contraction budget (2001, 2009 and 2010). But in rest, they had incremental euro budget. In dollar budget, they have multiple fluctuations in the trend and it’s raised from Fluctuation of the euro against the dollar.
4.According to the budget growth and population decline in Germany, BPC (budget per capita) in Germany from $10,000 in 2000 increased to $22600 in 2108. It’s shown us they had 126 % growth in BPC. Population contraction and budget growth in dollar (that, it’s the sign of euro and USD equilibrium in Germans economy) lead to governmental weight growth in Germany. These situations lead to more welfare in Germany and decrease of their distance with welfare States. Maybe their BPC in 2019 shift to more than of $24,000.
5.In Germany, B index, which it’s sign of welfare distance of under review country with best BPC in welfare state, is 46 of 100, that in comparison with 2000 downfall 8/6%, but in comparison with 2008-2010 increase about 15%. In UK it was fixed around 27 of 100 in last 2 decades and in France it was decreased 15% in comparison to 2000. In France, at now it’s 46 of 100.