The indicator Gross Domestic Product per person shows trends in the nation’s general economic situation. Purchasing Power Standards (PPS) is a calculated artificial currency unit which eliminates differences in price levels between countries.
All of the Nordic countries have a higher GDP per person than the EU. Norway is at the top, Iceland and Denmark number two and three. GDP per person has increased in all countries since 1995 but, due to the global financial crisis in 2008, GDP declined in all countries for a year or two immediately after the crisis.
GDP per person has increased in all countries since 1995 but, due to the global financial crisis, GDP declined in all countries in 2009.
Nordic Statistical Institutes and Eurostat