List of countries by GDP (real) per capita growth rate


List of countries by GDP (real) per capita growth rate

This is a list of countries by GDP (real) per capita growth rate, i.e., the growth rate of GDP per capita. Corrected for inflation but not for purchasing power parity. [ [http://earthtrends.wri.org/searchable_db/index.php?theme=5&variable_ID=641&action=select_countries GDP: GDP per capita, annual growth rate] from EarthTrends of World Resources Institute] .

"Note: This table should be used with caution because it only shows growth data for one year and does not reflect long term growth. GDP growth can fluctuate strongly from year to year, especially in developing countries. Different countries may also be at different points in an economic cycle in a given year." Negative values indicate negative growth, otherwise known as economic recession.

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* [http://www.economist.com/finance/PrinterFriendly.cfm?story_id=10852462 Economics focus: Grossly distorted picture] From Mar 13th 2008, The Economist print edition. Sub-title "If you look at GDP per head, the world is a different—and, by and large, a better—place"
* [http://earthtrends.wri.org/searchable_db/index.php?theme=5&variable_ID=641&action=select_countries GDP: GDP per capita, annual growth rate] from EarthTrends of World Resources Institute


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