in Bangladesh was estimated at US$1466 in the fiscal year 2015-16, an over threefold rise since the 2014.
By contrast, nations in the southeast quadrant, the bad quadrant, would have had higher per-capita incomes
in 1990 than the United States did in 1900 but lower current enrollment rates than the United States had in 1900.
Although no reliable data on the North Korean economy are available, it is generally thought that per-capita income
in the North is about one-10th of that of the South.
In Pakistan four studies [UNECAFE (1967); Soligo (1967); Porter (1961) and Khan (1974)], using four different time periods, show divergent results on the relationship between velocity and per-capita income
. However it is obvious that these results may be affected by the patterns of development; the changing economic and institutional factors; the time period covered; and the combined data set of East and West Pakistan which was affected by the extreme values.
AS Filipinos' per-capita incomes
grow, so will the country's interest payments.
This is in part because some island nations are relatively well off: Singapore and Aruba, for instance, each boast per-capita incomes
of US$28,000, values that in Quarless's opinion, are skewed high by the wealth of a minority.
Annual per-capita income
exceeded 10,000 dollars before the nation was forced to receive the IMF bailout to keep it from going bankrupt in late 1997.
Most (but not all) of their per-capita income
disadvantage can be explained by immigrant status.
The country's gross national income (GNI) per-capita income
is at $3,550 in 2015.
Multnomah County, which includes the city of Portland, had a per-capita income
of 107 percent of the national average in 1969 and 109 percent in 2004, the most recent year for which the employment department has statistics.
Bureau of Economic Analysis recently completed a survey of per-capita incomes
in 366 metropolitan areas across the nation.
Census Bureau statistics show that Oregon began the 1980s with per-capita incomes
of $16,074, slightly higher than the national average of $15,523 (expressed in inflation-adjusted 1999 dollars).