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Gross world product (GWP) is the total gross national product of all the countries in the world. This also equals the total gross domestic product. See measures of national income and output for more details. The per capita GWP in 2008 was approximately $10,500 US dollars (USD).[1] The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), in their Third Assessment Report (TAR), predicts a maximum per-capita gross world product in 2100 of approximately $140,000 (in year 2000 dollars).

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Total World GDP

J. Bradford DeLong of the Department of Economics, U.C. Berkeley has estimated Total World GDP for the period one million BC to 2000 AD, as reproduced below [2]. 'Billion' in the table below refers to the American usage of the term, i.e. the short scale where '1 billion = 1000 millions = 109'.

Year GDP (billions of 1990 dollars)
1,000,000 BC 0.01
300,000 BC 0.09
25,000 BC 0.31
10,000 BC 0.37
8,000 BC 0.43
5,000 BC 0.51
4,000 BC 0.77
3,000 BC 1.59
2,000 BC 3.02
1,600 BC 4.36
1,000 BC 6.35
800 BC 9.72
500 BC 13.72
400 BC 16.02
200 BC 17.00
1 AD 18.50
14 AD 17.50
200 AD 18.54
350 AD 17.93
400 AD 18.44
500 AD 19.92
600 AD 20.86
700 AD 23.44
800 AD 25.23
900 AD 31.68
1000 AD 35.31
1100 AD 39.60
1200 AD 37.44
1250 AD 35.58
1300 AD 32.09
1340 AD 40.50
1400 AD 44.92
1500 AD 58.67
1600 AD 77.01
1650 AD 81.74
1700 AD 99.80
1750 AD 128.51
1800 AD 175.24
1850 AD 359.90
1875 AD 568.08
1900 AD 1102.96
1920 AD 1733.67
1925 AD 2102.88
1930 AD 2253.81
1940 AD 3001.36
1950 AD 4081.81
1955 AD 5430.44
1960 AD 6855.25
1965 AD 9126.98
1970 AD 12137.94
1975 AD 15149.42
1980 AD 18818.46
1985 AD 22481.11
1990 AD 27539.57
1995 AD 33644.33
2000 AD 41016.69

Global growth

The table below gives the recent values of the overall global growth as well as for near future according to World Economic Outlook, October 2009 of International Monetary Fund in terms of constant prices (year-on-year, based on purchasing power parity) [3] [4]

Year 2006 2007 2008 2009p 2010f
World 5.1 5.2 3.0 -1.1 3.1
Advanced economies 3.0 2.7 0.6 -3.4 1.3
Euro area 2.9 2.7 0.7 -4.2 0.3
USA 2.7 2.1 0.4 -2.7 1.5
Developing countries 7.9 8.3 6.0 1.7 5.1

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