According to the World Bank, GDP per capita is equal to the GDP, or gross domestic product, of a country divided by the midyear population of the country. The gross domestic product of a country is the total value added ... More »

To calculate the real gross domestic product, or GDP, per capita, which reflects the total output of the country, the gross domestic product should be divided by the population of the country. GDP can be calculated for a... More »

The real Gross Domestic Product per person, or per capita, is calculated by first adjusting the nominal GDP of a country for inflation by dividing the nominal GDP by the deflator. The adjusted number, or real GDP, is the... More »

To calculate the real gross domestic product, or GDP, per capita, which reflects the total output of the country, the gross domestic product should be divided by the population of the country. GDP can be calculated for a... More »

The real Gross Domestic Product per person, or per capita, is calculated by first adjusting the nominal GDP of a country for inflation by dividing the nominal GDP by the deflator. The adjusted number, or real GDP, is the... More »

GDP is important because it is a leading indicator of a country's economic health. It gives economists an idea of the nation's financial viability. More »

GDP, or Gross Domestic Product, is the monetary value of all the finished goods and services produced within a country’s borders in a specific time period. It includes all private and public consumption, investments and ... More »