IRELAND GDP PER CAPITA AT CONSTANT PRICES


THE GDP PER CAPITA AT CONSTANT PRICES IN IRELAND WAS REPORTED AT 38539.61 EUROS IN 2009, ACCORDING TO THE INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND (IMF). IN 2015, IRELAND'S GDP PER CAPITA AT CONSTANT PRICES IS EXPECTED TO BE 41128.20 EUROS. GDP IS EXPRESSED IN CONSTANT NATIONAL CURRENCY PER PERSON. DATA ARE DERIVED BY DIVIDING CONSTANT PRICE GDP BY TOTAL POPULATION. IN 2009, IRELAND'S ECONOMY SHARE OF WORLD TOTAL GDP, ADJUSTED BY PURCHASING POWER PARITY, WAS 0.25 PERCENT. IN 2015, IRELAND'S SHARE OF WORLD TOTAL GDP IS FORECASTED TO BE 0.21 PERCENT. THIS PAGE INCLUDES A CHART, HISTORICAL DATA AND FORECAST FOR IRELAND'S GDP PER CAPITA AT CONSTANT PRICES.



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IMF Data Specifications


CountryIreland
Subject DescriptorGross domestic product per capita; constant prices
Subject NotesGDP is expressed in constant national currency per person. Data are derived by dividing constant price GDP by total population.
UnitsEuro
ScaleUnits
Country/Series-specific NotesSee notes for: Gross domestic product; constant prices (National currency) Population (Persons).
Estimates Start After2009
TitleIreland GDP per Capita at constant prices
KeywordsIreland GDP per Capita at constant prices, Ireland GDP per Capita at constant prices data,Ireland GDP per Capita at constant prices chart,Ireland GDP per Capita at constant prices historical data,Ireland GDP per Capita at constant prices graph,Ireland GDP per Capita at constant prices forecast.