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This page is a list of the countries of the world by gross domestic product (at purchasing power parity) per capita, i.e., the purchasing power parity (PPP) value of all final goods and services produced within a country in a given year, divided by the average (or mid-year) population for the same year.As of 2017, the average GDP per capita (PPP) of all of the countries of the world is US$17,300.WEB,weblink World GDP – per capita (PPP) – Economy, www.indexmundi.com, For rankings regarding wealth, see list of countries by wealth per adult.

Method

The gross domestic product (GDP) per capita figures on this page are derived from PPP calculations. Such calculations are prepared by various organizations, including the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank. As estimates and assumptions have to be made, the results produced by different organizations for the same country are not hard facts and tend to differ, sometimes substantially, so they should be used with caution.Comparisons of national wealth are frequently made on the basis of nominal GDP and savings (not just income), which do not reflect differences in the cost of living in different countries (see List of countries by GDP (nominal) per capita); hence, using a PPP basis is arguably more useful when comparing differences in living standards between nations because PPP takes into account the relative cost of living and the inflation rates of the countries, rather than using only exchange rates, which may distort the real differences in income. This is why GDP (PPP) per capita is often considered one of the indicators of a country's standard of living,weblink" title="web.archive.org/web/20141025190701weblink">"Sarkozy attacks focus on economic growth (French president urges more emphasis on quality of life)", The Guardian, 14-09-2009."Alternative progress indicators to Gross Domestic Product (GDP) as a means towards sustainable development" although this can be problematic because GDP per capita is not a measure of personal income. (See (Gross domestic product#Standard of living and GDP: Wealth distribution and externalities|Standard of living and GDP).)Note that the Irish GDP data below is subject to material distortion by the tax planning activities of foreign multinationals in Ireland. 2015 Irish GDP was over 150% of 2015 Irish gross national income (GNI). To address this, in 2017 the Central Bank of Ireland created "modified GNI" (or GNI*) as a more appropriate statistic, and the OECD and IMF have adopted it for Ireland. 2015 Irish GDP is 143% of 2015 Irish GNI*.

Lists of countries and dependencies

All figures are in current Geary–Khamis dollars (also known as international dollars), and rounded up or down to the nearest whole number.Several economies that are not considered to be sovereign states (such as various dependent territories) are included because they appear in the sources. These non-sovereign entities, former countries and other special groupings are in italics. They are listed in dollar order, but are not given a numerical rank.{| style="font-size:100%;"
International Monetary Fund (2018)World Economic Outlook Database, April 2019, International Monetary Fund. Database updated in April 2019. Accessed on 12 April 2019.World Bank (2017)PPP (current international $)", World Development Indicators database, World Bank. Database updated on 1 July 2017. Accessed on 2 July 2017.HTTPS://DATA.WORLDBANK.ORG/INDICATOR/NY.GDP.PCAP.PP.CD?YEAR_HIGH_DESC=TRUE>TITLE=WORLD BANK, INTERNATIONAL COMPARISON PROGRAM DATABASE.FIRST=WEBSITE=ARCHIVE-DATE=ACCESS-DATE=10 APRIL 2018, Central Intelligence Agency (1993–2017)GDP – per capita (PPP), The World Factbook, Central Intelligence Agency. Accessed on 7 March 2014.
valign="top"|{| class="wikitable sortable" style="margin-left:auto;margin-right:auto;text-align: right"! data-sort-type="number" | Rank! Country/Territory! Int$
{{flag| 130,475
''{{flag| 116,808
{{flag| 106,705
{{flag| 100,345
{{flag| 79,530
{{flag| 78,785
{{flag| 74,356
{{flag| 69,382
{{flag| 67,000
{{flag| 64,649
''{{flag| 64,216
{{flag| 62,606
{{flag| 60,313
{{flag| 56,383
{{flag| 55,944
{{flag| 55,917
{{flag| 53,023
{{flag| 52,984
{{flag| 52,559
{{flag| 52,373
{{flag| 52,137
{{flag| 52,121
{{flag| 50,057
{{flag| 49,651
{{flag| 48,245
{{flag| 46,584
{{flag| 46,430
{{flag| 45,775
{{flag| 45,705
{{flag| 45,606
{{flag| 44,227
{{flag| 41,351
{{flag| 40,139
{{flag| 40,135
{{flag| 39,973
''{{flag| 39,737
{{flag| 39,637
{{flag| 37,972
{{flag| 37,371
{{flag| 36,746
{{flag| 35,130
{{flag| 34,826
{{flag| 34,096
{{flag| 33,494
{{flag| 32,254
{{flag| 32,006
{{flag| 31,939
{{flag| 31,903
{{flag| 30,860
{{flag| 30,505
{{flag| 29,901
{{flag| 29,820
{{flag| 29,267
{{flag| 29,123
{{flag| 27,981
{{flag| 27,956
{{flag| 27,550
{{flag| 26,447
{{flag| 26,221
{{flag| 25,978
{{flag| 25,674
{{flag| 23,699
{{flag| 23,274
{{flag| 23,156
{{flag| 22,710
{{flag| 21,760
{{flag| 20,602
{{flag| 20,537
{{flag| 20,003
{{flag| 19,557
{{flag| 19,527
{{flag| 19,476
{{flag| 19,043
{{flag| 18,534
{{flag| 18,496
{{flag| 18,424
{{flag| 18,110
{{flag| 18,076
{{flag| 17,965
{{flag| 17,659
{{flag| 17,559
{{flag| 17,555
''{{noflagaccording to IMF by total world population based on 2017 projection published by the United Nations. >| 16,779
{{flag| 16,167
{{flag| 16,154
{{flag| 15,709
{{flag| 15,440
{{flag| 15,105
{{flag| 14,952
{{flag| 14,943
{{flag| 14,684
{{flag| 14,355
{{flag| 14,224
{{flag| 13,675
{{flag| 13,491
{{flag| 13,447
{{flag| 13,397
{{flag| 13,395
{{flag| 13,366
{{flag| 13,345
{{flag| 13,230
{{flag| 12,372
{{flag| 12,326
{{flag| 11,956
{{flag| 11,718
{{flag| 11,552
{{flag| 11,485
{{flag| 11,469
{{flag| 11,229
{{flag| 11,020
{{flag| 10,234
{{flag| 10,176
{{flag| 9,886
{{flag| 9,540
{{flag| 9,447
{{flag| 9,433
{{flag| 9,283
{{flag| 8,936
{{flag| 8,933
{{flag| 8,519
{{flag| 8,501
{{flag| 8,436
{{flag| 8,041
{{flag| 7,925
{{flag| 7,874
{{flag| 7,665
{{flag| 7,510
{{flag| 7,477
{{flag| 7,316
{{flag| 7,305
{{flag| 6,814
{{flag| 6,799
{{flag| 6,511
{{flag| 6,452
{{flag| 6,111
{{flag| 6,027
{{flag| 5,890
{{flag| 5,683
{{flag| 5,680
{{flag| 5,242
{{flag| 5,212
{{flag| 4,620
{{flag| 4,335
{{flag| 4,232
{{flag| 4,178
{{flag| 4,104
{{flag| 4,052
{{flag| 3,990
{{flag| 3,844
{{flag| 3,828
{{flag| 3,786
{{flag| 3,697
{{flag| 3,691
{{flag| 3,662
{{flag| 3,651
{{flag| 3,482
{{flag| 3,444
{{flag| 3,416
{{flag| 3,494
{{flag| 3,324
{{flag| 2,905
{{flag| 2,862
{{flag| 2,792
{{flag| 2,788
{{flag| 2,498
{{flag| 2,426
{{flag| 2,415
{{flag| 2,384
{{flag| 2,377
{{flag| 2,332
{{flag| 2,310
{{flag| 2,280
{{flag| 2,242
{{flag| 2,086
{{flag| 2,017
{{flag| 1,996
{{flag| 1,937
{{flag| 1,864
{{flag| 1,746
{{flag| 1,657
{{flag| 1,632
{{flag| 1,630
{{flag| 1,620
{{flag| 1,502
{{flag| 1,418
{{flag| 1,291
{{flag| 1,217
{{flag| 1,199
{{flag| 767
{{flag| 732
{{flag| 712
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{{flag| n/a
|{| class="wikitable sortable" style="margin-left:auto;margin-right:auto;text-align: right"! data-sort-type="number" | Rank! Country/Territory! Int$
{{flag| 128,378
''{{flag| 115,123
{{flag| 103,662
{{flag| 93,905
{{flag| 78,836
{{flag| 76,305
{{flag| 73,879
|7
{{KWT}}|71,943
{{flag| 65,006
|9
{{SMR}}|62,425
''{{flag| 61,540
{{flag| 60,978
{{flag| 59,532
{{flag| 53,845
{{flag| 53,518
{{flag| 52,941
{{flag| 52,558
{{flag| 50,715
{{flag| 50,541
{{flag| 50,070
{{flag| 47,561
|20
{{BHR}}|47,527
{{flag| 47,047
{{flag| 46,378
{{flag| 45,192
{{flag| 43,877
{{flag| 43,876
{{flag| 42,779
|27
{{OMN}}|41,675
''{{flag| 41,091
{{flag| 40,917
{{flag| 39,817
{{flag| 39,534
{{flag| 38,335
{{flag| 38,267
{{flag| 38,091
{{flag| 36,916
{{flag| 34,802
{{flag| 34,504
{{flag| 32,199
{{flag| 32,111
{{flag| 32,093
{{flag| 31,638
{{flag| 31,578
{{flag| 30,430
{{flag| 29,432
{{flag| 29,291
{{flag| 28,964
{{flag| 28,375
{{flag| 27,916
{{flag| 27,809
{{flag| 27,598
{{flag| 27,067
{{flag| 26,410
{{flag| 25,841
{{flag| 25,533
{{flag| 25,264
{{flag| 24,817
{{flag| 24,446
{{flag| 24,085
{{flag| 23,594
{{flag| 22,563
{{flag| 22,279
|61
{{IRN}}|20,950
{{flag| 20,787
{{flag| 20,329
|64
{{LBY}}|19,631
{{flag| 18,848
{{flag| 18,765
{{flag| 18,640
{{flag| 18,183
{{flag| 18,149
{{flag| 17,993
{{flag| 17,871
{{flag| 17,398
{{flag| 17,354
{{flag| 17,197
{{flag| 17,044
{{noflag}}World 16,961
{{flag| 16,807
{{flag| 16,669
{{flag| 16,030
{{flag| 15,484
{{flag| 15,275
{{flag| 15,231
{{flag| 15,114
{{flag| 15,090
{{flag| 14,924
{{flag| 14,676
{{flag| 14,552
{{flag| 14,536
{{flag| 14,219
{{flag| 14,158
{{flag| 13,498
{{flag| 13,434
{{flag| 13,000
{{flag| 12,876
{{flag| 12,811
{{flag| 12,284
{{flag| 12,021
{{flag| 11,911
{{flag| 11,777
{{flag| 11,617
{{flag| 11,583
{{flag| 10,754
{{flag| 10,699
{{flag| 10,620
{{flag| 10,476
{{flag| 9,691
{{flag| 9,648
{{flag| 9,561
{{flag| 9,555
{{flag| 9,153
{{flag| 8,995
{{flag| 8,667
{{flag| 8,590
{{flag| 8,496
{{flag| 8,342
{{flag| 8,218
{{flag| 8,163
{{flag| 8,150
{{flag| 8,006
{{flag| 7,560
|119
{{Flag|Timor-Leste}}|7,213
{{flag| 7,056
{{flag| 7,023
{{flag| 6,865
{{flag| 6,832
{{flag| 6,775
{{flag| 6,611
{{flag| 6,389
{{flag| 6,139
{{flag| 5,957
{{flag| 5,861
{{flag| 5,842
{{flag| 5,698
{{flag| 5,527
{{flag| 5,359
{{flag| 4,986
{{flag| 4,904
{{flag| 4,885
{{flag| 4,641
{{PNG}} 4,197
{{flag| 4,192
{{flag| 4,050
{{flag| 4,002
{{flag| 3,953
{{flag| 3,950
{{flag| 3,925
{{flag| 3,869
{{flag| 3,726
{{flag| 3,694
{{flag| 3,622
{{flag| 3,351
{{flag| 3,286
{{flag| 3,208
{{flag| 3,180
{{flag| 3,130
{{flag| 2,946
{{flag| 2,712
{{flag| 2,682
{{flag| 2,422
{{flag| 2,285
{{flag| 2,266
{{flag| 2,211
{{flag| 2,175
{{flag| 2,086
{{flag| 2,036
{{flag| 1,981
{{flag| 1,941
{{flag| 1,899
{{flag| 1,870
{{flag| 1,864
{{flag| 1,815
{{flag| 1,715
{{flag| 1,700
{{flag| 1,570
{{flag| 1,555
{{flag| 1,552
{{flag| 1,526
{{flag| 1,247
{{flag| 1,202
{{flag| 1,017
{{flag| 887
{{flag| 827
{{flag| 771
{{flag| 726
|{| class="wikitable sortable" style="margin-left:auto;margin-right:auto;text-align: right"! data-sort-type="number" | Rank! Country/Territory! Int$! Year
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''{{flag| 2011 est.
{{flag| 2017 est.
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{{flag| 2017 est.
''{{flag| 2005 est.
{{flag| 2017 est.
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{{flag| 2017 est.
''{{flag| 2015 est.
{{flag| 2017 est.
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{{flag| 2017 est.
''{{flag| 2004 est.
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''{{flag| 2013 est.
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{{flag| 2017 est.
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''{{flag| 2010 est.
{{flag| 2017 est.
''{{flag| 2008 est.
{{flag| 2017 est.
{{flag| 2017 est.
{{flag| 2016 est.
{{flag| 2017 est.
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{{flag| 2017 est.
''{{flag| 2006 est.
{{flag| 2017 est.
{{flag| 2017 est.
{{flag| 2017 est.
{{flag| 2017 est.
''{{flagname=Saint Helena, Ascensionand Tristan da Cunha}}'' 7,800 2010 est.
{{flag| 2017 est.
{{flag| 2017 est.
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{{flag| 2017 est.
{{flag| 2015 est.
''{{flag| 2003 est.
{{flag| 2017 est.
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{{flag| 2014 est.
{{flag| 2017 est.
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{{flag| 2017 est.
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{{flag| 2017 est.
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{{flag| 2017 est.
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{{flag| 2017 est.
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{{anchor|distorted}}Distorted GDP-per-capita for tax havens

There are many natural economic reasons for GDP-per-capita to vary between jurisdictions (e.g. places rich in Oil & Gas reserves tend to have high GDP-per-capita figures). However, it is increasingly being recognized that tax havens, or corporate tax havens, have distorted economic data which produces artificially high, or inflated, GDP-per-capita figures.WEB,weblink How tax havens turn economic statistics into nonsense, Quartz, 11 June 2018, It is estimated that over 15% of global jurisdictions are tax havens (see tax haven lists).JOURNAL, Dhammika, Dharmapala, Hines, James R., Jr., 2009, Which Countries Become Tax Havens?, Journal of Public Economics, 93, 9–10, 1058–1068, 10.1016/j.jpubeco.2009.07.005,weblink The paper implicitly adopts the "smaller" tax haven approach, i.e., disregarding larger countries which have either low taxes rates (for example, Russia), or systems of taxation which permit them to be used to structure tax avoidance schemes (for example, the United Kingdom). It also excludes non-sovereign tax havens (for example, Delaware or Labuan). An IMF investigation estimates that circa 40% of global FDI flows, which heavily influence the GDP of various jurisdictions, are described as "phantom" transactions.WEB,weblink Piercing the Veil, FINANCE & DEVELOPMENT, JUNE 2018, VOL. 55, NO. 2, IMF Finance & Development, June 2018, In 2017, Ireland's economic data became so distorted by U.S. multinational tax avoidance strategies (see leprechaun economics), also known as BEPS actions, that Ireland effectively abandoned GDP (and GNP) statistics as credible measures of its economy, and created a replacement statistic called Modified gross national income (or GNI*). Ireland is one of the world's largest corporate tax havens.}}}}A list of the top 15 GDP-per-capita countries from 2016-2017, contains most of the major global tax havens (see GDP-per-capita tax haven proxy for more detail):{| style="font-size:100%;"
International Monetary Fund (2017)World Bank (2016)
valign="top"|{| class="wikitable sortable" style="margin-left:auto;margin-right:auto;text-align:left"! data-sort-type="number" | Rank! Country/Territory! Type
{{flag| Oil & Gas
''{{flag| Tax haven (Sink OFC)
{{flag| Top 10 Tax haven (Sink OFC)
{{flag| Top 10 Tax haven (Conduit OFC)
{{flag| Oil & Gas
{{flag| Top 10 Tax haven (Conduit OFC)
{{flag| Oil & Gas
{{flag| Oil & Gas
{{flag| Oil & Gas
{{flag| Top 10 Tax Haven (Conduit OFC)
''{{flag| Top 10 Tax Haven (Sink OFC)
{{flag| Tax haven (Sink OFC)
{{flag| 59,495
{{flag| Oil & Gas
{{flag| Top 10 Tax Haven (Conduit OFC)
{{flag| 52,150
{{flag| Oil & Gas
|{| class="wikitable sortable" style="margin-left:auto;margin-right:auto;text-align: left"! data-sort-type="number" | Rank! Country/Territory! Type
{{flag| Oil & Gas
{{flag| Top 10 Tax haven (Sink OFC)
''{{flag| Tax haven (Sink OFC)
{{flag| Top 10 Tax haven (Conduit OFC)
{{flag| Oil & Gas
{{flag| Oil & Gas
{{flag| Top 10 Tax haven (Conduit OFC)
{{flag| Top 10 Tax haven (Conduit OFC)
{{flag| Oil & Gas
''{{flag| Top 10 Tax haven (Sink OFC)
{{flag| 57,467
{{flag| Oil & Gas
{{flag| 51,399
{{flag| Top 10 Tax haven (Conduit OFC)
{{flag| 50,078
{{flag| 49,496
{{flag| 49,175
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See also

Notes

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References

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