GDP per Head

GDP per Head
   Total gross domestic product divided by the population gives us a figure for output per person. GDP per head is an effective way of comparing the relative wealth of two countries. For example, the United States' total GDP is 60 times larger than Norway's, but its GDP per head is slightly less.

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