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Social Sector Focus [Budget 2018-19]

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This presentation was delivered by S.K. Shanthi, Director, India Development at the "Five-Institute Union Budget Seminar 2018-19: Reforms and Development Perspectives", Leela Palace, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi, February 10, 2018.

The seminar was organised by the National Institute of Public Finance and Policy in partnership with CPR, ICRIER, NCAER and IDF.

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Social Sector Focus [Budget 2018-19]

  1. 1. India Development Foundation Budget 2018-19 February 10, 2018 Social Sector Focus S.K. Shanthi
  2. 2. Major announcements for social sectors Education Sector is the primary beneficiary • Eklavya schools for tribal population • 24 new district medical colleges • Prime Minister Research fellowships for 1000 scholars • Two more full-fledged schools of Planning and Architecture • Revitalization of school infra with 1 lakh crore spend over 4 years (are smart boards a smart idea?) Health and Family Welfare got some benefit • INR 600 crore corpus for TB patients • A major insurance (Aayushman Yojana) scheme to cover 10 crore families – allocation INR 1200 crs (??) – Sounds good, practical? Shouldn’t we now regulate corporate hospital chains? Others • Housing for all • INR 2.4 lakh crore for smart cities
  3. 3. Year Revenue Expenditure INR Mn. Capital Expenditure INR Mn. Total Expenditure INR Mn. Amount % Change Amount % Change Amount % Change 2017-2018RE 9,84.739 5.1 93,275 105.6 10,78,014 9.7 2018-2019BE 10,58,399 7.5 1,09,639 17.5 11,68,038 8.4 • The total social sector allocation by centre is 0.699% of GDP this year compared to 0.72% last year • All states budgeted 7.37% of GDP to this sector last year – 8.1% in total • The total social sector allocation of the centre is 4.78% of the total budgeted expenditure this year compared to 4.86% as per last year’s RE • The budget for this sector is 8.4% larger than last year, roughly 3.5% larger in real terms. • This is far less than the growth rate projected for this year. If this trend continues, as a percentage of the GD the allocation will continue to fall! Brass Tracks
  4. 4. Sector Revenue Allocation Capital Allocation Total Allocation Education, Sports, Art and Culture 22869.6 25040.1 47909.7 Medical and Public Health 17101.9 -5564.7 11537.2 Family Welfare 1407.1 87.5 1494.6 Water Supply and Sanitation -30345 0 -30345 Housing 16722.4 -1640.4 15082 Urban Development -4751.9 -4311.8 -9063.7 Welfare of SCs and STs and OBCs 2582 1130 3712 Labour and Labour Welfare 15027.2 0 15027.2 Social Security and Welfare 3568.3 -337.5 3230.8 Nutrition -11.6 0 -11.6 Expenditure on Natural Calamities 29282.5 0 29282.5 Budget 2018 – Additional Social Sector Allocations (INR Mn.)
  5. 5. Budget 2018 – Additional Social Sector Allocations (INR Cr.) -4000 -3000 -2000 -1000 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 Addl. Revenue Allocation Addl. Capital Allocation Addl. Total
  6. 6. • What is the connection? • How? • Can allocations with large variations contribute to steady build up of Social and Human capital? • What is the evidence? Social Sector Investments and the Economy
  7. 7. % Growth and Volatility In Revenue Expenditure: Sub-sectors …1 Year Total Revenue Expenditure Education, Sports, Art and Culture Medical and Public Health Family Welfare Water Supply and Sanitation Housing 2014-15 -55.64 -55.26 -11.27 -89.83 -97.84 -94.07 2015-16 48.80 7.84 23.20 -23.46 981.47 38.62 2016-17 5.96 9.76 21.26 37.62 255.86 28.00 2017-18RE 5.08 18.07 8.88 -14.05 -65.28 106.06 2018-19BE 7.48 5.34 10.69 13.80 -87.07 55.65 Volatility (last 10 Years) Average 5.96 5.38 11.19 -2.46 115.40 19.02 Std.Dev. 25.01 20.93 10.60 33.18 305.25 51.09 CoV 4.20 3.89 0.95 -13.50 2.65 2.69
  8. 8. % Growth and Volatility In Revenue Expenditure: Sub-sectors …1 Year Total Revenue Expenditure Education, Sports, Art and Culture Medical and Public Health Family Welfare Water Supply and Sanitation Housing 2014-15 -55.64 -55.26 -11.27 -89.83 -97.84 -94.07 2015-16 48.80 7.84 23.20 -23.46 981.47 38.62 2016-17 5.96 9.76 21.26 37.62 255.86 28.00 2017-18RE 5.08 18.07 8.88 -14.05 -65.28 106.06 2018-19BE 7.48 5.34 10.50 13.80 -87.07 55.65 Volatility (last 10 Years) Average 5.96 5.38 11.19 -2.46 115.40 19.02 Std.Dev. 25.01 20.93 10.60 33.18 305.25 51.09 CoV 4.20 3.89 0.95 -13.50 2.65 2.69 Volatility (last 4 Years) Average 16.8 10.3 16.0 3.5 271.2 57.1 Std. Dev. 18.48 4.78 6.33 24.00 431.94 29.95 CoV 1.10 0.47 0.40 6.90 1.59 0.52
  9. 9. % Growth and Volatility In Revenue Expenditure: Sub-sectors …2 Year Urban Development Welfare of SCs, STs and OBCs Labour and Labour Welfare Social Security and Welfare Nutrition Expenditure on Natural Calamities 2014-15 -10.2 158.0 -18.4 10.9 -67.0 -26.1 2015-16 -15.0 115.8 68.7 -0.4 -50.5 158.5 2016-17 38.2 -24.1 10.7 -2.2 -34.4 20.1 2017-18RE 71.3 34.7 21.0 100.2 16.7 -34.1 2018-19BE -28.9 7.5 20.6 5.3 -7.7 36.5 Volatility (Last 10 years) Average 11.10 58.40 20.54 22.75 -28.57 30.96 Std. Dev. 37.68 68.09 28.04 39.00 29.93 69.14 CoV 3.40 1.17 1.37 1.71 -1.05 2.23
  10. 10. % Growth and Volatility In Revenue Expenditure: Sub-sectors …2 Year Urban Development Welfare of SCs, STs and OBCs Labour and Labour Welfare Social Security and Welfare Nutrition Expenditure on Natural Calamities 2014-15 -10.2 158.0 -18.4 10.9 -67.0 -26.1 2015-16 -15.0 115.8 68.7 -0.4 -50.5 158.5 2016-17 38.2 -24.1 10.7 -2.2 -34.4 20.1 2017-18RE 71.3 34.7 21.0 100.2 16.7 -34.1 2018-19BE -28.9 7.5 20.6 5.3 -7.7 36.5 Volatility (Last 10 years) Average 11.10 58.40 20.54 22.75 -28.57 30.96 Std. Dev. 37.68 68.09 28.04 39.00 29.93 69.14 CoV 3.40 1.17 1.37 1.71 -1.05 2.23 Volatility (Last 4 years) Average 16.4 33.5 30.3 25.7 -19.0 45.2 Std. Dev. 40.42 51.89 22.56 43.10 25.66 70.41 CoV 2.46 1.55 0.75 1.68 -1.35 1.56
  11. 11. % Growth and Volatility in Capital Expenditure: Sub-sectors Year Total Social Services Education, Sports, Art and Culture Medical and Public Health Housing Urban Development Welfare of SCs, STs and OBCs Social Security and Welfare 2014-15 27.85 -5.10 -26.70 14.65 91.00 130.24 13.21 2015-16 10.90 58.17 9.21 -1.99 35.76 -41.43 46.39 2016-17 -16.08 -77.30 19.32 -1.15 -40.68 18.04 -1.51 2017-20RE 105.57 485.86 163.50 44.06 139.41 -3.50 13.98 2018-19BE 17.54 759.30 -17.27 -11.64 -12.57 22.18 -49.35 Volatility (Last 10 Years) Average 16.37 134.29 23.59 2.23 25.05 18.46 12.94 Std. Dev. 33.29 256.26 52.31 24.35 55.70 43.43 50.08 CoV 2.03 1.91 2.22 10.93 2.22 2.35 3.87
  12. 12. % Growth and Volatility in Capital Expenditure: Sub-sectors Year Total Social Services Education, Sports, Art and Culture Medical and Public Health Housing Urban Development Welfare of SCs, STs and OBCs Social Security and Welfare 2014-15 27.85 -5.10 -26.70 14.65 91.00 130.24 13.21 2015-16 10.90 58.17 9.21 -1.99 35.76 -41.43 46.39 2016-17 -16.08 -77.30 19.32 -1.15 -40.68 18.04 -1.51 2017-20RE 105.57 485.86 163.50 44.06 139.41 -3.50 13.98 2018-19BE 17.54 759.30 -17.27 -11.64 -12.57 22.18 -49.35 Volatility (Last 10 Years) Average 16.37 134.29 23.59 2.23 25.05 18.46 12.94 Std. Dev. 33.29 256.26 52.31 24.35 55.70 43.43 50.08 CoV 2.03 1.91 2.22 10.93 2.22 2.35 3.87 Volatility (Last 5 Years) Average 29.2 244.2 29.6 8.8 42.6 25.1 4.5 Std. Dev. 40.9 323.7 69.0 19.5 65.9 57.2 31.2 CoV 1.4 1.3 2.3 2.2 1.5 2.3 6.9
  13. 13. Why Kerala? • Ranks highest in HDI in India (2011-12) • The state has allotted for social sectors with very far less volatility in spending pattern The case of Kerala
  14. 14. Impulse Response – SS Capital Expenditure on GSDP of Kerala
  15. 15. Impulse Response – SS Revenue Expenditure on GSDP of Kerala
  16. 16. • Are we compressing capital expenditure (12.3% of TE) too much in the name of fiscal prudence? • A slippage of 0.7% of GDP (as per 2017-18 RE) in the revenue deficit is alarming On Social Sector • The action has definitely shifted to the states • Centre’s social sector spend is down from 2.1 percent of GDP in 2010-11 to the current 0.7% - justified? • The data from last four years shows an improvement in the strategic focus and that is welcome • Capital expenditures are impactful in contributing to long term growth • The government should aggressively implement its ‘minimum government, maximum governance’ promise to the people of India Conclusions
  17. 17. THANK YOU

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