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Angus Maddison statistics of the ten largest economies by GDP (PPP)

The global contribution to world's GDP by major economies from 1 AD to 2008 AD according to Angus Maddison's estimates.[1]

This historical list of the ten largest countries by GDP shows how the membership and rankings of the world's ten largest economies has changed. While the United States has consistently had the world's largest economy since the early twentieth century, and by a margin that has generally widened and then lessened over time, in the last fifty years the world has seen the rapid rise and fall in relative terms of the economies of other countries.

Angus Maddison statistics of the ten largest economies by GDP (PPP)

The following estimates are taken exclusively from the 2007 monograph Contours of the World Economy, 1–2030 AD by the British economist [5]
Year 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
2030 (Forecast)  China
22,983,000
 United States
16,662,000
 India
10,074,000
 Japan
3,488,000
 Germany
2,406,000
 France
2,171,000
 United Kingdom
2,150,000
 Russia
2,017,000
 Indonesia
1,973,000
 Brazil
1,853,000
2003  United States
8,430,762
 China
6,187,984
 Japan
2,699,261
 India
2,267,136
 Germany
1,577,423
 France
1,315,601
 United Kingdom
1,280,625
 Italy
1,110,691
 Brazil
1,013,000
 Russia
914,000
1973  United States
3,536,622
 Soviet Union
1,513,070
 Japan
1,242,932
 West Germany
944,755
 China
739,414
 France
683,965
 United Kingdom
675,941
 Italy
582,713
 India
494,832
 Brazil
401,643
1950 File:US flag 48 stars.svg United States
1,455,916
 Soviet Union
510,243
 United Kingdom
347,850
 West Germany
265,354
 China
244,985
 India
222,222
 France
220,492
 Italy
164,957
 Japan
160,966
 Canada
102,164
1913 File:US flag 48 stars United States
517,383
Flag_of_the_Republic_of_China_1912-1928 China
241,341
 German Empire
237,332
 Russian Empire
232,351
United Kingdom
224,618
India
204,242
 France
144,489
 Italy
95,487
 Japan
71,653
 Spain
41,653
1870 China
189,470
India
134,882
United Kingdom
100,180
File:US flag 37 stars United States
98,374
 Russian Empire
83,646
 German Empire
72,149
 France
72,100
 Italy
41,814
 Japan
25,393
 Spain
19,556
1820 China
228,600
India
111,417
 Russian Empire
37,678
United Kingdom
36,232
France
35,468
 Prussia
26,819
 Italy
22,535
 Japan
20,739
File:US flag 23 stars United States
12,548
 Spain
12,299

Madison Project statistics of the fifteen largest economies by GDP (PPP)

The following estimates are taken exclusively from Historical Statistics of the World Economy: 1-2008 AD.[6]
Year 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th
2008  United States  China  India  Japan  Germany  United Kingdom  France  Russia  Brazil  Italy  Indonesia  South Korea  Mexico  Canada  Spain
2000  United States  China  Japan  India  Germany  France  United Kingdom  Italy  Brazil  Russia  Mexico  Canada  South Korea  Indonesia  Spain
1990  United States  Japan  China  Soviet Union  Germany  India  France  United Kingdom  Italy Brazil  Canada  Mexico  Spain  Indonesia  South Korea
1980  United States  Soviet Union  Japan  West Germany  China  France  Italy  United Kingdom Brazil  India  Mexico  Canada Spain  Indonesia  Argentina
1970  United States  Soviet Union  Japan  West Germany  China  United Kingdom  France  Italy  India Brazil  Canada  Mexico Spain  Argentina  Netherlands
1960  United States  Soviet Union West Germany  United Kingdom  China Japan  France  India Italy Brazil Canada Mexico  Argentina  Indonesia  Netherlands
1950 United States Soviet Union United Kingdom West Germany China India France Italy Japan Canada Brazil  Argentina Mexico Indonesia Spain
1940 United States Soviet Union Germany United Kingdom China India Japan France Italy Indonesia Poland Canada  Argentina Spain Brazil
1930 United States China Germany Soviet Union United Kingdom India France Italy Japan Indonesia Spain Poland Canada  Argentina  Netherlands
1920 United States China United Kingdom India Germany Russia France Italy Japan Poland Indonesia Spain Canada  Argentina  Belgium
1910 United States China Germany India United Kingdom Russia France Italy Japan Poland Indonesia Spain  Belgium Canada  Argentina
1900 United States China United Kingdom India Germany Russia France Italy Japan Poland Spain Indonesia  Belgium Czechoslovakia Mexico
1890 United States China India United Kingdom Russia Germany France Italy Japan Poland Spain Indonesia  Belgium Czechoslovakia  Netherlands
1880 China India United States United Kingdom Russia Germany France Italy Japan Spain Indonesia Poland  Belgium Czechoslovakia  Netherlands
1870 China India United Kingdom United States Russia Germany France Italy Japan Spain Indonesia Poland  Belgium Czechoslovakia  Netherlands

References

  1. ^ Data table in Maddison A (2007), Contours of the World Economy I-2030AD, Oxford University Press, ISBN 978-0199227204
  2. ^ Maddison 2007, p. 379, table A.4.
  3. ^ UN national Acocounts Database
  4. ^ world bank WDI Data
  5. ^ IMF historical nominal GDP Data (April 2011)
  6. ^ Historical Statistics of the World Economy
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