Definition: This entry shows GDP on a purchasing power parity basis divided by population as of 1 July for the same year.
Source: CIA World Factbook - Unless otherwise noted, information in this page is accurate as of January 1, 2012See also: GDP - per capita (PPP) map
More on TPP Transition Period Thresholds: Per Capita Income for the Bottom 80% of People in Living in TPP Countries
InfoJustice - 10/23/2014 4:11:27 PM
Using data on total GNI, population, and top-quintile income share* from the World Bank Development Indicators, we can compare total GNI per capita and lower 80% GNI per person for all of the TPP countries except for Japan and Brunei Darussalem.
Pakistan's economy is 884 billion in PPP; new IMF data
Pakistan Defence - 10/24/2014 7:49:11 AM
IMF updated its database. The data is more similar to world bank's now. Pakistan's GDP is: $247.9 bn in 2014, $884 bn in PPP. PPP per capita is $4746 in 2014 rising to c.6000 by 2019. Growth rate is estimated at 4.139 in 2014 and is estimated to be over 4% ...
The 10 Most Livable Countries
24/7 Wall ST - 10/24/2014 4:31:45 PM
The top-rated country, Norway, had the world’s sixth highest gross national income per capita of $63,909 ... on health and education as a percent of gross domestic product (GDP). All data are for the most recent period available.
The show goes on while economy goes down
Business Recorder - 10/21/2014 11:30:29 PM
The biannually-published report said that the region's economy ... countries, Pakistan's population is the fifth-largest in the world at 180 million people (2012) against the world population of 7 billion people, while, its per capita gross national income ...
Is There a Better Economic Growth Measure than GDP?
Economy Watch - 10/24/2014 4:24:35 PM
The economist, Simon Kuznets, who developed the concept of GDP in 1934, was sceptical, remarking that: “the welfare of a nation can scarcely be inferred from a measurement of national income ... variations in GDP per capita and reported levels ...
Time: The 10 most livable countries in the world
Kyiv Post - 10/25/2014 10:54:07 AM
The U.N. used gross national income in its calculation of the Human Development Index to reflect the standard of living in a country. In the most developed countries, gross income per capita is generally quite high.
Climate Equity: A Tale of 4 Countries
WRI - 10/20/2014 11:53:08 PM
... historical emissions per capita and GDP per capita—go out to the edge of the circle, meaning that the country ranks fairly high in those indicators as compared to all other countries in the world. The United States’ relative level of current ...
Developing countries participate in half of world trade
Aaj Ki Khabar - 10/21/2014 5:15:16 AM
Geneva: The participation of developing countries in world trade accounts for nearly half of global ... The report says that since 2000, the GDP per capita in developing nations increased by 4.7 percent and only by 0.9 percent in developed countries.
Foreign Affairs - 10/20/2014 6:52:30 PM
expanded slightly faster between 1990 and 2011 than the median country elsewhere in the world (Norway). Whereas Norway’s GDP per capita grew by 45 percent between these years, Uzbekistan’s rose by 47 percent. Bosnia, where national income increased by ...
What matters more: GDP or happiness?
forumblog.org - 10/21/2014 8:50:01 AM
People everywhere in the world ... about income and job security, family, and health. The case to replace Examples of the disparity between SWB and GDP as measures of well-being could easily be multiplied. Since the early 1970s real GDP per capita in ...
Developing countries participate in nearly half of world trade
Page Error - 10/20/2014 9:08:30 PM
The report points out that since 2000, the GDP per capita in developing nations increased by 4.7 percent and only by 0.9 percent in developed countries. It stresses the growing importance of developing countries in world trade; the rise of global value ...
Why our happiness and satisfaction should replace GDP in policy making
THE CONVERSATION - 10/20/2014 11:53:08 PM
People everywhere in the world spend ... concerns about income and job security, family, and health. Examples of the disparity between SWB and GDP as measures of well-being could easily be multiplied. Since the early 1970s real GDP per capita in the ...
Op/ed: Measure P is good for our economy
Pacific Coast Business Times - 10/24/2014 1:25:38 PM
If we want to grow a healthy, sustainable economy, a boom in extreme oil is not ... reversed their previous leadership on the issue. As the country with the largest per capita emissions in the world, the United States must get serious about addressing ...
North Carolina will keep the change
Durham Herald Sun - 10/25/2014 3:18:58 PM
and its per-capita income grow by 164 percent in inflation-adjusted terms, to nearly $39,000. Growth wasn’t the only form of change the state experienced. For example, North Carolina’s economy looks quite different today than it did a half-century ago.
Rising Chinese incomes defy GDP slowdown
Reading Eagle - 10/21/2014 10:01:36 AM
They showed a rising share of output in the world ... GDP growth in the first half, the government last week announced it will raise minimum wages by an average of 12 percent this year. Inequality is the downside of the incomes story: Per-capita cash ...