GDP per Capita in Europe 1890 vs 2017

In 1890, the poorest country was the Russian Empire, and the richest was Great Britain.

GDP per capita in Europe in 1890 (in 2017 $)
GDP per capita in Europe in 1890
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Luxemburg is currently the wealthiest country in Europe ($106374), Moldova is the poorest country ($5660).

 

GDP per capita in Europe in 2017
GDP PPP per capita in Europe (2017)
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Top 20 richest countries in Europe per capita, 2017  (GDP per capita, $).
1. Luxembourg (106,374)
2. Ireland (75,538)
3. Norway (71,831)
4. Switzerland (61,422)
5. San Marino (59,466)
6. Netherlands (53,635)
7. Iceland (51,842)
8. Sweden (51,475)
9. Germany (50,425)
10. Denmark (49,883)
11. Austria (49,869)
12. Belgium (46,553)
13. Finland (44,333)
14. United Kingdom (44,118)
15. France (43,761)
16. Malta (41,945)
17. Spain (38,286)
18. Italy (38,140)
19. Cyprus (37,023)
20. Czech Republic (35,512)

Top 20 pooriest countries in Europe per capita, 2017  (GDP per capita, $)
1. Moldova (5,661)
2. Ukraine (8,713)
3. Armenia (9,456)
4. Kosovo (10,515)
5. Georgia (10,747)
6. Albania (12,507)
7. Bosnia and Herzegovina (12,724)
8. FYR Macedonia (14,914)
9. Serbia (15,000)
10. Azerbaijan (17,492)
11. Montenegro (17,736)
12. Belarus (18,931)
13. Bulgaria (21,687)
14. Croatia (24,424)
15. Romania (24,508)
16. Latvia (27,644)
17. Greece (27,737)
18. Russia (27,834)
19. Hungary (29,474)
20. Poland (29,521)

 

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– GDP per Capita Europe 1840, 1913, 1938 and 2013

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