Financial and social rankings of sovereign states in Europe

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The aim of this page is to act as a comparison between European countries in many different aspects, such as population, GDP, life expectancy, etc.

Countries by GDP (PPP) per capita[edit]

Country Rank IMF[1] Rank WB[2] Rank CIA[3] Year
 Albania 94 6,290 78 6,385 99 6,300 2007 est.
 Armenia 104 4,942 82 5,711 111 4,900 2007 est.
 Austria 13 38,399 8 38,106 15 38,400 2007 est.
 Azerbaijan 104 7,656 82 6,650 111 8,000 2007 est.
 Belarus 69 10,910 57 10,850 73 10,900 2007 est.
 Belgium 19 35,273 15 34,780 21 35,300 2007 est.
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 90 6,964 74 7,059 94 7,000 2007 est.
 Bulgaria 65 11,302 52 11,298 69 11,300 2007 est.
 Croatia 51 15,549 38 15,516 55 15,500 2007 est.
 Cyprus 29 27,429 24 27,173 7 46,900 2007 est.
 Czech Republic 35 24,236 29 22,982 40 24,200 2007 est.
 Denmark 14 37,392 10 36,223 17 37,400 2007 est.
 Finland 18 35,280 13 35,124 22 35,300 2007 est.
 France 23 33,188 19 33,281 27 33,200 2007 est.
 Georgia 108 4,690 96 4,667 114 4,700 2007 est.
 Germany 21 34,181 18 33,450 24 34,200 2007 est.
 Greece 28 29,172 20 33,274 33 29,200 2007 est.
 Hungary 43 19,027 34 18,912 47 19,000 2007 est.
 Iceland 10 38,751 9 37,277 13 38,800 2007 est.
 Ireland 7 43,144 5 42,978 9 43,100 2007 est.
 Italy 25 30,448 23 29,981 29 30,400 2007 est.
 Kosovo N/A N/A 156 1,800 2007 est.
 Latvia 47 17,416 36 17,518 51 17,400 2007 est.
 Liechtenstein N/A N/A 37 25,000 1999 est.
 Lithuania 46 17,661 35 17,671 50 17,700 2007 est.
 Luxembourg 2 80,457 1 79,985 2 80,500 2007 est.
 Malta 38 22,907 N/A 3 53,400 2007 est.
 Moldova 125 2,901 117 2,560 135 2,900 2007 est.
 Monaco N/A N/A 32 30,000 2006 est.
 Montenegro N/A 60 10,225 126 3,800 2005 est.
 Netherlands 11 38,486 7 38,144 14 38,500 2007 est.
 Norway 3 53,037 2 53,701 4 53,000 2007 est.
 Poland 50 16,311 37 16,075 54 16,300 2007 est.
 Portugal 39 21,701 31 21,497 43 21,700 2007 est.
 Republic of Macedonia 80 8,468 66 8,543 84 8,500 2007 est.
 Romania 64 11,387 51 11,394 68 11,400 2007 est.
 Russia 52 14,692 41 14,743 56 14,700 2007 est.
 San Marino N/A N/A 25 34,100 2004 est.
 Serbia 73 10,375 59 10,393 77 10,400 2007 est.
 Slovakia 41 20,251 33 20,188 45 20,300 2007 est.
 Slovenia 30 27,205 25 27,095 34 27,200 2007 est.
 Spain 27 30,120 22 30,587 31 30,100 2007 est.
 Sweden 16 36,494 12 35,622 19 36,500 2007 est.
  Switzerland 8 41,128 6 39,244 10 41,100 2007 est.
 Turkey 59 12,888 48 12,216 63 12,900 2007 est.
 Ukraine 91 6,941 76 6,916 96 6,900 2007 est.
 United Kingdom 20 35,134 16 34,105 23 35,100 2007 est.
World 10,060[4] 9,856 10,000 2007 est.

Total GDP (PPP)[edit]

Total Gross Domestic Product in 2008 (Current international dollars)
Source: World Bank (2010)[5]
1Transcontinental countries in Europe and Asia
2Data for 2007

Rank Country Total GDP PPP ($)
1 Germany 3071.282bn
2 Russia1 2812.383bn
3 United Kingdom 2231.150bn
4 France 2194.118bn
5 Italy 1908.569bn
6 Spain 1477.840bn
7 Turkey1 1115.994bn
8 Poland 754.097bn
9 Netherlands 705.601bn
10 Belgium 407.403bn
11 Sweden 365.286bn
12 Switzerland 361.643bn
13 Austria 332.861bn
14 Greece 318.675bn
15 Romania 306.348bn
16 Ukraine 305.408bn
17 Norway 277.941bn
18 Portugal 272.166bn
19 Czech Republic 266.278bn
20 Denmark 219.314bn
21 Hungary 203.251bn
22 Finland 196.629bn
23 Ireland 178.036bn
24 Belarus 134.561bn
25 Slovakia 129.843bn
26 Bulgaria 103.946bn
27 Croatia 86.342bn
28 Serbia 83.776bn
29 Lithuania 60.383bn
30 Slovenia 56.568bn
31 Azerbaijan 48.852bn
32 Luxembourg 45.408bn
33 Latvia 36.586bn
34 Bosnia and Herzegovina 32.903bn
35 Albania 28.252bn
36 Estonia 26.837bn
37 Cyprus1 24.583bn
38 Republic of Macedonia 22.815bn
39 Georgia1 22.419bn
40 Armenia1 16.556bn
41 Iceland 11.093bn
42 Moldova 10.995bn
43 Malta 10.251bn
44 Montenegro 8.005bn
45 Kosovo2 5.000bn
46 Liechtenstein2 4.160bn
47 Andorra2 3.660bn
48 San Marino2 1.662bn
49 Monaco2 1.000bn

GDP growth[edit]

GDP growth rate percentage, 2008
Source: The World Fact Book[6]
1Data for 2011
No data for: Andorra, Faroe Islands, Greenland and Liechtenstein

Rank Country GDP growth (%)
1 Azerbaijan 10.80
1 Estonia 7.90
2 Georgia 6.18
3 Moldova 6.00
4 Belarus 5.30
5 Ukraine 5.20
6 Lithuania 5.18
7 Turkey 4.60
8 Armenia 4.60
9 Sweden 4.40
10 Russia 4.30
11 Latvia 4.00
12 Poland 3.80
13 Luxembourg 3.60
14 Austria 3.30
15 Slovakia 3.30
16 Republic of Macedonia 3.30
17 Germany 2.70
18 Finland 2.70
19 Malta1 2.50
20 Albania 2.50
21 Iceland 2.40
22 Bosnia and Herzegovina 2.20
23 Bulgaria 2.20
24 Switzerland 2.10
25 Belgium 2.00
26 Serbia 2.00
27 Montenegro 1.80
28 Czech Republic 1.80
29 France 1.70
30 Norway 1.70
31 Netherlands 1.60
32 Romania 1.50
33 Hungary 1.40
34 United Kingdom 1.10
35 Slovenia 1.10
36 Denmark 1.00
37 Ireland 1.00
38 Spain 0.80
39 San Marino1 0.80
40 Croatia 0.70
41 Italy 0.40
42 Cyprus1 0.00
43 Portugal -2.22
44 Greece -6.00

Inflation rate[edit]

Inflation rate (percentage), 2008
Source: The World Bank[7]
1Data for 2007
No data for: Andorra, Azerbaijan, Faroe Islands, Greenland and Liechtenstein

Rank Country Inflation rate (%)
1 Belgium 1.60
1 Germany 1.60
3 Czech Republic 1.70
3 San Marino1 1.70
5 Portugal 1.80
6 Switzerland 2.20
7 Austria 2.40
7 United Kingdom 2.40
9 Albania 2.50
9 France 2.50
9 Malta1 2.50
12 Finland 2.70
13 Netherlands 2.80
14 Slovakia 2.90
15 Italy 3.00
16 Cyprus1 3.10
16 Poland 3.10
16 Spain 3.10
19 Sweden 3.20
20 Greece 3.40
20 Luxembourg 3.40
22 Hungary 3.90
23 Ireland 4.00
23 Slovenia 4.00
25 Denmark 4.10
26 Croatia 6.40
27 Republic of Macedonia 7.20
28 Bosnia and Herzegovina 7.40
29 Estonia 7.80
30 Armenia 8.40
31 Norway 9.30
32 Montenegro 9.40
33 Moldova 9.70
34 Georgia 10.00
35 Lithuania 10.30
36 Turkey 10.60
37 Bulgaria 11.40
38 Serbia 12.70
39 Romania 14.00
40 Iceland 14.20
41 Russia 15.00
42 Latvia 15.20
43 Belarus 20.50
44 Azerbaijan 20.80
45 Ukraine 29.10

Unemployment[edit]

Unemployment rate, 2006

Rank Country Unemployment (%)
1  Andorra 0.00
2  Monaco 0.00
3  Liechtenstein 1.30
3  Iceland 1.30
5  Belarus 1.60
6  Gibraltar 2.00
7  Faroe Islands 2.10
8  Ukraine 2.70
9  United Kingdom 2.90
10   Switzerland 3.30
11  Norway 3.50
12  Lithuania 3.70
13  Denmark 3.80
14  San Marino 3.80
15  Luxembourg 4.10
16  Ireland 4.30
17  Estonia 4.50
18  Austria 4.90
19  Azerbaijan 5.40
20  Netherlands 5.50
21  Cyprus 5.60
22  Sweden 5.60
23  Romania 6.10
24  Latvia 6.50
25  Russia 6.60
26  Malta 6.80
27  Finland 7.00
28  Italy 7.00
29  Germany 7.10
30  Moldova 7.30
31  Hungary 7.40
32  Portugal 7.60
33  Belgium 8.10
34  Spain 8.10
35  Czech Republic 8.40
36  France 8.70
37  Greece 9.20
38  Greenland 9.30
39  Bulgaria 9.60
39  Slovenia 9.60
40  Slovakia 10.20
40  Turkey 10.20
41  Albania 13.80
42  Poland 14.90
43  Croatia 17.20
44  Bosnia and Herzegovina 21.10
45  Montenegro 27.70
46  Serbia 31.60
47  Macedonia 36.00

Life expectancy[edit]

Average life expectancy at birth (both sexes), 2012 est. (CIA World Factbook)

Rank Country Life expectancy
1  Monaco 89.68
2  San Marino 83.07
3  Andorra 82.50
4  Guernsey 82.24
5  Italy 81.86
6  Liechtenstein 81.50
7  Jersey 81.47
8  France 81.46
9  Spain 81.27
10  Sweden 81.18
11   Switzerland 81.17
12  Iceland 81.00
13  Netherlands 80.91
14  Isle of Man 80.76
15  Ireland 80.32
16  Norway 80.32
17  Germany 80.19
18  United Kingdom 80.17
19  Greece 80.05
20  Austria 79.91
21  Faroe Islands 79.85
22  Malta 79.85
23  Luxembourg 79.75
24  Belgium 79.65
25  Finland 79.41
26  Bosnia and Herzegovina 78.96
27  Gibraltar 78.83
28  Denmark 78.78
29  Portugal 78.70
30  Cyprus 78.00
31  Albania 77.59
32  Slovenia 77.48
33  Czech Republic 77.38
34  Poland 76.25
35  Slovakia 76.03
36  Croatia 75.99
37  Lithuania 75.55
38  Macedonia 75.36
39  Hungary 75.02
40  Serbia 74.56
41  Romania 74.22
42  Bulgaria 73.84
43  Estonia 73.58
44  Latvia 72.93
45  Turkey 72.77
46  Belarus 71.48
47  Azerbaijan 71.32
48  Greenland 71.25
49  Moldova 69.51
50  Ukraine 68.74
51  Russia 66.46
  Average 76.66

Fertility rate[edit]

Total fertility rate (number of children born per woman), 2008

Rank Country Children born per woman
1  Faroe Islands 2.45
2  Greenland 2.39
3  Azerbaijan 2.30
4  Albania 2.02
5  France 1.98
6  Iceland 1.91
7  Turkey 1.87
8  Ireland 1.85
9  Cyprus 1.79
10  Luxembourg 1.78
10  Norway 1.78
11  Monaco 1.75
12  Denmark 1.74
13  Finland 1.73
14  Serbia 1.69
15  Sweden 1.67
16  Netherlands 1.66
16  United Kingdom 1.66
18  Gibraltar 1.65
18  Belgium 1.65
20  Macedonia 1.58
21  Liechtenstein 1.51
21  Malta 1.51
23  Portugal 1.49
24   Switzerland 1.44
25  Estonia 1.42
25  Croatia 1.41
27  Germany 1.41
28  Bulgaria 1.40
29  Russia 1.40
30  Romania 1.38
31  Austria 1.38
32  Greece 1.36
33  San Marino 1.35
34  Hungary 1.34
34  Slovakia 1.34
36  Andorra 1.32
37  Italy 1.30
37  Spain 1.30
38  Latvia 1.29
40  Poland 1.27
40  Slovenia 1.27
42  Moldova 1.26
43  Ukraine 1.25
44  Bosnia and Herzegovina 1.24
45  Belarus 1.23
45  Czech Republic 1.23
46  Lithuania 1.22
  Average 1.58

References[edit]

  1. ^ Data refer to the year 2007. World Economic Outlook Database-April 2008, International Monetary Fund.
  2. ^ Data refer to the year 2007. PPP GDP 2007 & Population 2007, World Development Indicators database, World Bank, July 1, 2008. Note: Per capita values were obtained by dividing the PPP GDP data by the Population data.
  3. ^ GDP - per capita (PPP), The World Factbook, Central Intelligence Agency. Data last updated on June 19, 2008
  4. ^ World GDP (PPP) & Country population, World Economic Outlook Database-April 2008, International Monetary Fund. Note: Per capita values were obtained by dividing the PPP GDP data by the population data for 173 countries.
  5. ^ Gross domestic product 2010, PPP
  6. ^ [1]
  7. ^ Key Development Data & Statistics