This article presents a list of Indonesian provinces sorted by their gross regional product (GRP) per capita. GRP is the regional or provincial counterpart of the national gross domestic product (GDP), the most comprehensive measure of national economic activity. The Statistics Indonesia (Badan Pusat Statistik) derives GSP for a province as the sum of the GSP originating in all the industries in the state at current prices market.
List of Indonesian administrative divisions by GDRP, 9600 IDR = 1 USD. Note: figure for Indonesia is GDP, not GDRP, the GDRP total for Indonesia is 6,021 trillion IDR in 2011 or 23% less. Note some provinces have little population and large oil, gas, or mining revenues, and therefore GDRP does not reflect consumer demand. Note this table is comparing GDRP from 2008 to GDP from 2010 and assigning a flag (last 3 columns), which can be very misleading, corrected figures with 2011 calculations (none of the provinces) have been bolded.
Rank per capita
GDRP in mlns USD 2011
GRP per capita in thousands of IDR 2008 (bold 2011)