Gross Domestic Product (GDP) - Worldometer (2024)

Top Countries by GDP (2022 Nominal GDP)

1 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) - Worldometer (1) U.S.A. $25,462,700,000,000

2 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) - Worldometer (2) China $17,963,200,000,000

3 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) - Worldometer (3) Japan $4,231,140,000,000

4 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) - Worldometer (4) Germany $4,072,190,000,000

5 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) - Worldometer (5) India $3,385,090,000,000

6 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) - Worldometer (6) UK $3,070,670,000,000

7 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) - Worldometer (7) France $2,782,910,000,000

8 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) - Worldometer (8) Russia $2,240,420,000,000

9 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) - Worldometer (9) Canada $2,139,840,000,000

10 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) - Worldometer (10) Italy $2,010,430,000,000

11 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) - Worldometer (11) Brazil $1,920,100,000,000

12 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) - Worldometer (12) Australia $1,675,420,000,000

13 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) - Worldometer (13) S. Korea $1,665,250,000,000

14 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) - Worldometer (14) Mexico $1,414,190,000,000

15 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) - Worldometer (15) Spain $1,397,510,000,000

16 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) - Worldometer (16) Indonesia $1,319,100,000,000

17 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) - Worldometer (17) S. Arabia $1,108,150,000,000

18 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) - Worldometer (18) Netherlands $991,115,000,000

19 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) - Worldometer (19) Turkey $905,988,000,000

20 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) - Worldometer (20) Switzerland $807,706,000,000

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Global GDP (Gross World Product) 1960-2022

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GDP Growth Rate, World (1961-2022)

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Yearly Global GDP Growth Rate (%)

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Global GDP by Year

GDP of all countries of the world combined by year, from 1960 to the latest official figures published by the World Bank. GDP Real refers to GDP adjusted for inflation (base year: 2015), or "Constant GDP"; GDP Growth refers to Real GDP Growth Rate; Per Capita shows Real GDP divided by total population for the same year; GDP Nominal is GDP at current prices (not adjusted for inflation); Pop. Change refers to the percentage change in world population from the previous year. Sources include: World Bank, United Nations.

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YearGDP Real
(Inflation adj.)
GDP
growth
Per Capita
GDP Nominal
(Current USD)
Pop.
change
World Population
2022 $89,745,800,000,000 3.08% $11,253 $100,562,000,000,000 0.83 %7,975,105,156
2021 $87,064,000,000,000 6.02% $11,008 $96,882,400,000,000 0.87 %7,909,295,151
2020 $82,117,400,000,000 -3.07% $10,473 $85,215,200,000,000 0.98 %7,840,952,880
2019 $84,720,200,000,000 2.59% $10,911 $87,728,100,000,000 1.06 %7,764,951,032
2018 $82,577,600,000,000 3.29% $10,747 $86,502,200,000,000 1.10 %7,683,789,828
2017 $79,948,900,000,000 3.39% $10,520 $81,442,000,000,000 1.15 %7,599,822,404
2016 $77,327,600,000,000 2.81% $10,292 $76,486,500,000,000 1.17 %7,513,474,238
2015 $75,215,100,000,000 3.08% $10,128 $75,215,100,000,000 1.19 %7,426,597,537
2014 $72,965,600,000,000 3.07% $9,942 $79,756,500,000,000 1.22 %7,339,013,419
2013 $70,789,800,000,000 2.81% $9,763 $77,635,200,000,000 1.24 %7,250,593,370
2012 $68,855,500,000,000 2.71% $9,614 $75,525,900,000,000 1.25 %7,161,697,921
2011 $67,038,600,000,000 3.32% $9,478 $73,881,700,000,000 1.25 %7,073,125,425
2010 $64,884,400,000,000 4.54% $9,288 $66,619,800,000,000 1.27 %6,985,603,105
2009 $62,066,400,000,000 -1.34% $8,997 $60,817,900,000,000 1.27 %6,898,305,908
2008 $62,910,400,000,000 2.07% $9,236 $64,135,200,000,000 1.27 %6,811,597,272
2007 $61,634,400,000,000 4.38% $9,164 $58,361,100,000,000 1.27 %6,725,948,544
2006 $59,047,300,000,000 4.42% $8,891 $51,791,100,000,000 1.27 %6,641,416,218
2005 $56,546,900,000,000 4.00% $8,622 $47,793,600,000,000 1.27 %6,558,176,119
2004 $54,369,500,000,000 4.47% $8,396 $44,133,600,000,000 1.28 %6,475,751,478
2003 $52,042,400,000,000 3.11% $8,139 $39,161,600,000,000 1.29 %6,393,898,365
2002 $50,472,100,000,000 2.30% $7,996 $34,925,100,000,000 1.31 %6,312,407,360
2001 $49,335,000,000,000 2.01% $7,918 $33,631,000,000,000 1.33 %6,230,746,982
2000 $48,363,000,000,000 4.52% $7,865 $33,845,600,000,000 1.34 %6,148,898,975
1999 $46,273,500,000,000 3.55% $7,626 $32,752,000,000,000 1.34 %6,067,758,458
1998 $44,685,800,000,000 2.82% $7,463 $31,552,900,000,000 1.37 %5,987,312,480
1997 $43,460,100,000,000 3.89% $7,358 $31,629,700,000,000 1.40 %5,906,481,261
1996 $41,831,100,000,000 3.55% $7,181 $31,745,700,000,000 1.43 %5,825,145,298
1995 $40,397,800,000,000 3.08% $7,034 $31,051,500,000,000 1.46 %5,743,219,454
1994 $39,190,200,000,000 3.33% $6,923 $27,899,600,000,000 1.49 %5,660,727,993
1993 $37,925,400,000,000 1.85% $6,800 $25,905,900,000,000 1.54 %5,577,433,523
1992 $37,237,200,000,000 2.04% $6,779 $25,484,000,000,000 1.60 %5,492,686,093
1991 $36,492,600,000,000 1.37% $6,750 $23,834,500,000,000 1.69 %5,406,245,867
1990 $35,999,500,000,000 2.80% $6,772 $22,861,700,000,000 1.77 %5,316,175,862
1989 $35,019,200,000,000 3.71% $6,704 $20,266,700,000,000 1.78 %5,223,704,308
1988 $33,767,700,000,000 4.63% $6,579 $19,394,000,000,000 1.81 %5,132,293,974
1987 $32,272,400,000,000 3.75% $6,402 $17,373,000,000,000 1.84 %5,040,984,495
1986 $31,106,600,000,000 3.40% $6,284 $15,252,500,000,000 1.82 %4,950,063,339
1985 $30,085,100,000,000 3.72% $6,188 $12,897,200,000,000 1.80 %4,861,730,613
1984 $29,005,900,000,000 4.71% $6,073 $12,311,600,000,000 1.79 %4,775,836,074
1983 $27,701,300,000,000 2.62% $5,904 $11,840,500,000,000 1.82 %4,691,884,238
1982 $26,992,800,000,000 0.30% $5,858 $11,610,200,000,000 1.84 %4,607,984,871
1981 $26,911,200,000,000 1.95% $5,948 $11,728,400,000,000 1.81 %4,524,627,658
1980 $26,395,900,000,000 1.87% $5,940 $11,337,100,000,000 1.80 %4,444,007,706
1979 $25,911,700,000,000 4.18% $5,935 $10,053,800,000,000 1.77 %4,365,582,871
1978 $24,873,000,000,000 4.14% $5,798 $8,690,500,000,000 1.75 %4,289,657,708
1977 $23,885,000,000,000 4.10% $5,666 $7,349,730,000,000 1.77 %4,215,772,490
1976 $22,944,300,000,000 5.30% $5,539 $6,498,750,000,000 1.80 %4,142,505,882
1975 $21,788,500,000,000 0.64% $5,354 $5,977,970,000,000 1.85 %4,069,437,231
1974 $21,650,900,000,000 1.80% $5,419 $5,366,820,000,000 1.92 %3,995,517,077
1973 $21,268,700,000,000 6.41% $5,425 $4,657,450,000,000 1.96 %3,920,251,504
1972 $19,988,100,000,000 5.62% $5,199 $3,816,820,000,000 1.98 %3,844,800,885
1971 $18,925,300,000,000 4.28% $5,020 $3,310,480,000,000 2.02 %3,770,163,092
1970 $18,149,100,000,000 3.96% $4,911 $2,997,270,000,000 2.06 %3,695,390,336
1969 $17,457,700,000,000 5.82% $4,822 $2,740,500,000,000 2.08 %3,620,655,275
1968 $16,498,200,000,000 5.94% $4,652 $2,484,670,000,000 2.05 %3,546,810,808
1967 $15,572,900,000,000 4.15% $4,481 $2,302,580,000,000 2.03 %3,475,448,166
1966 $14,952,000,000,000 5.71% $4,389 $2,164,120,000,000 2.08 %3,406,417,036
1965 $14,144,000,000,000 5.55% $4,238 $1,994,100,000,000 2.14 %3,337,111,983
1964 $13,400,400,000,000 6.56% $4,101 $1,830,490,000,000 2.24 %3,267,212,338
1963 $12,575,700,000,000 5.18% $3,935 $1,671,450,000,000 2.21 %3,195,779,247
1962 $11,955,900,000,000 5.31% $3,824 $1,550,820,000,000 1.90 %3,126,686,743
1961 $11,352,500,000,000 3.79% $3,700 $1,449,220,000,000 1.63 %3,068,370,609

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GDP by Region

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Region GDP
(nominal, 2022)
GDP
growth
Share of
World GDP
Asia 37,044,590,535,624 3.44% 36.84%
Northern America 27,602,540,000,000 2.16% 27.45%
Europe 23,716,501,428,418 2.96% 23.58%
Latin America and the Caribbean 5,672,289,212,560 2.06% 5.64%
Africa 2,926,370,283,285 3.80% 2.91%
Oceania 1,962,632,872,062 3.08% 1.95%

GDP: sources and methodology

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GDP Data

GDP Methodology

  • Currency and magnitude
    All GDP figures are expressed in US Dollar (US $, USD) and in single dollar units ($1=$1), not in thousands, millions, or billions.
  • Global GDP
    World GDP (or "Global GDP" or "GWP, Gross World Product") is the combined GDP of all countries in the world. Global GDP is equivalent to Global GNI, or Global GNP, since all of these will provide the same result when combining all production worldwide.
  • Real Global GDP
    The chart for Global GDP vs. World Population uses Real GDP figures.
  • Global GDP Growth
    As with each individual country's GDP Growth Rate figures, it is calculated using inflation adjusted GDP ("Real GDP" or "Constant Price GDP") at 2015 prices.
  • GDP Year
    GDP figures (nominal, real, growth rates) are based on the latest data released.

Population Data

  • The United Nations Population Division of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs every two years calculates, updates, and publishes estimates of total population in its World Population Prospects series. These population estimates and projections provide the standard and consistent set of population figures that are used throughout the United Nations system.

    The World Population Prospect: the 2022 Revision provides the most recent data available. Estimates and projected world population and country specific populations are given from 1950 through 2100 and are released every two years.

    Data underlying the population estimates are national and sub national census data and data on births, deaths, and migrants available from national sources and publications, as well as from questionnaires. For all countries, census and registration data are evaluated and, if necessary, adjusted for incompleteness by the Population Division as part of its preparations of the official United Nations population estimates and projections.

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) - Worldometer (2024)

FAQs

What is GDP answers? ›

Gross Domestic Product or GDP is referred to as the total monetary value of all the final goods and services produced within the geographic boundaries of a country, during a given period (usually a year). Gross Domestic Product is one of the most important indicators of the economic status of a country.

How do you solve GDP questions? ›

What Is the Formula for GDP? The formula for GDP is: GDP = C + I + G + (X-M). C is consumer spending, I is business investment, G is government spending, and (X-M) is net exports.

What counts in GDP answers? ›

It counts all of the output generated within the borders of a country. GDP is composed of goods and services produced for sale in the market and also includes some nonmarket production, such as defense or education services provided by the government.

What is the GDP of the United States Worldometer? ›

Nominal (current) Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the United States is $25,462,700,000,000 (USD) as of 2022. Real GDP (constant, inflation adjusted) of the United States of America reached $18,924,600,000,000 in 2022.

What exactly is GDP? ›

Gross domestic product (GDP) is the most common measure for the size of an economy, and it measures the value of total final output of goods and services produced by that economy in a certain period of time.

What is GDP explained simply? ›

Gross domestic product or GDP is a measure of the size and health of a country's economy over a period of time (usually one quarter or one year). It is also used to compare the size of different economies at a different point in time.

What is the easiest way to calculate GDP? ›

Accordingly, GDP is defined by the following formula: GDP = Consumption + Investment + Government Spending + Net Exports or more succinctly as GDP = C + I + G + NX where consumption (C) represents private-consumption expenditures by households and nonprofit organizations, investment (I) refers to business expenditures ...

What is an example of GDP? ›

GDP = the total market value of the final goods and services produced within the United States in a year. A good is a video game, a car, an apple, a gold ring. Goods are things that people make, grow or extract from the land. A service is a haircut, a bus ride, computer repair, a doctor's care.

How to measure GDP? ›

Three Measures of GDP

There are three district ways of measuring GDP – output (the goods and services produced in the economy), expenditure (money invested by businesses and spending by households and government) and income (business profits, household income and government tax take).

What country has the highest GDP? ›

With a GDP of more than 20 trillion dollars, the United States of America is the world's largest economy.

What are 3 things not included in GDP? ›

There are several economic activities not included in GDP expenditure. These include the production of intermediate goods, transfer payments, the sale of illegal goods and services, the sale of used goods, and activity between businesses (B2B).

What is the top 10 richest country? ›

Top 10 Richest Countries in the world by GDP per Capita in 2024
  • Luxembourg. Continent -Europe. GDP-PPP per capita in USD 143,740. ...
  • Macao SAR. Continent -Asia. ...
  • Ireland. Continent- Europe. ...
  • Singapore. Continent- Asia. ...
  • Qatar. Continent- Asia. ...
  • UAE. Continent- Asia. ...
  • Switzerland. Continent- Europe. ...
  • San Marino. Continent -Europe.
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Which country has the lowest GDP? ›

Poorest countries in the world by GDP per capita PPP
CountryGDP Per Capita
Burundi$ 915.88
Central African Republic$1.12 thousand
Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)$1.55 thousand
Mozambique$ 1.65 thousand
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Is high GDP good or bad? ›

Increasing GDP is a sign of economic strength, and declining GDP indicates economic weakness. GDP can offer false information when it results from economic destruction—such as a car accident or natural disaster—rather than truly productive activity.

What is a GDP quizlet? ›

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) The market value of all final goods and services produced in a country during a period of time, typically one year.

What is meant by GDP quizlet? ›

What is Gross Domestic Product (GDP) GDP is the market value of all the final goods and services produced within a country in a given time period.

What is GDP for kids? ›

Gross domestic product, or GDP, is a measure used to evaluate the health of a country's economy. It is the total value of the goods and services produced in a country during a specific period of time, usually a year.

What is GDP equal to quizlet? ›

GDP equals the sum of compensation of employers, rents, profits, net interest, indirect business taxes, and depreciation. Other measures of the economy include: National Income (NI), Personal Income (PI), and Disposable Personal Income (DI).

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