List of Indonesian provinces by GRP per capita

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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.[1]

2011 ranking[edit]

List of Indonesian administrative divisions by GDRP, 9600 IDR = 1 USD.[2] 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 Region GDRP 2011
(trln IDR)
GDRP in mlns USD 2011 GRP per capita in thousands of IDR 2008 (bold 2011) GRP per capita in USD 2008 (bold 2011) Comparable country per capita (International Monetary Fund 2010)
Indonesia GDP 7,427.0 $773,646 30,945.8 $3,223  Iraq
Java GDRP 3,470.5 $361,510 25,518.3 $2,658  Syria
Kalimantan GDRP 539.3 $56,177 38,521 $4,012.6  Albania
Sumatra GDRP 1,417.2 $147,625 27,518 $2,866  Sri Lanka
Sulawesi GDRP 306.9 $31,969 17,437 $1,816  Papua New Guinea
1 East Kalimantan* 390.6 $958 101,858 11257.51  Croatia
2 Jakarta 982.5 $102,344 74,065 8185.79  Mauritius
3 Riau 413.4 $43,063 53,264 5886.82  Bulgaria
4 Riau Islands 80.2 $8,354 40,746 4503.31  Thailand
5 Papua 76.4 $7,958 26,615 2941.53  Vanuatu
6 Bangka Belitung 30.3 $3,156 19,350 2138.59  Mongolia
7 South Sumatra 181.8 $18,938 18,725 2138.59  Mongolia
8 Aceh 85.5 $8,906 17,124 1892.57  Honduras
9 West Papua 36.2 $3,771 17,084 1888.15  Philippines
10 East Java 884.4 $92,125 16,757 1852.01  Bolivia
11 North Sumatra 314.2 $32,729 16,403 1812.89  Bolivia
12 Central Kalimantan* 39.0 $4,069 15,725 1737.95  Bolivia
13 West Sumatra 98.9 $10,302 14,955 1652.85  Sudan
14 West Java 861.0 $89,688 14,723 1627.21  Sudan
15 Jambi 63.3 $6,594 14,226 1572.28  Kiribati
16 Bali 73.5 $7,656 14,199 1569.30  Kiribati
17 South Kalimantan $4,323 41.5 13,206 1459.55  Moldova
18 Banten 192.2 $20,021 12,757 1409.92  Djibouti
19 North Sulawesi 44.3 $4,615 12,610 1393.68  Papua New Guinea
20 Central Sulawesi 12.9 $1,344 11,540 1275.42  Zambia
21 West Kalimantan 68.2 $7,104 11,394 1259.28  Solomon Islands
22 Central Java 498.6 $51,938 11,184 1236.07  Yemen
23 Yogyakarta 51.8 $5,396 10,985 1214.08  Yemen
24 South Sulawesi 32.0 $3,333 10,909 1205.68  India
25 Southeast Sulawesi 31.2 $3,250 10,686 1181.03  India
26 Lampung 128.4 $13,375 10,078 1113.84  Mauritania
27 Bengkulu 21.2 $2,208 8,799 972.48  Laos
28 West Nusa Tenggara 66.8 $6,958 8,080 893.01  Kenya
29 West Sulawesi 49.1 $5,115 7,535 832.78  Comoros
30 Gorontalo 137.4 $14,313 6,068 670.65  Benin
31 East Nusa Tenggara 49.1 $5,115 4,769 527.08  Timor Leste
32 Maluku 9.6 $1,000 4,747 524.65  Timor Leste
33 North Maluku 6.1 $635 4,019 444.19  Togo
  • Note: reference very obvious misprint of East Kalimantan and Central Kalimantan figures, assuming its a decimal point error adjusted to fit prior years data.

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