This article presents a list of Indonesian provinces sorted by their gross regional product nominal (GRP Nominal) per capita.

Methodology

GRP Nominal is the regional or provincial counterpart of the national gross domestic product, the most comprehensive measure of national economic activity. The Statistics Indonesia (Badan Pusat Statistik) derives GRP for a province as the sum of the GRP Nominal originating in all the industries in the province at current prices market.[1]

List of Indonesian administrative divisions by GRP Nominal, with 14,140 IDR = US$1 term of Nominal while 4,875.86 IDR = Int$1 term of PPP.[2]

GRP are the amount of remuneration received by factors of production participating in the production process in a region within a certain period of time (usually one year). With component[3]
1. Household Consumption Expenditures
2. Consumption Expenditures of Non-Profit Institutions Serving Households (NPISHs)
3. Government Consumption Expenditures (GCE)
4. Gross Fixed Capital Formation (GFCF)
5. Changes in Inventories
6. Net Exports (Exports minus Imports)

List

Jakarta GDP share by sector (2022)[4]

  Agriculture (0.08%)
  Manufacturing (12.28%)
  Other Industrial (11.71%)
  Service (75.93%)

East Java GDP share by sector (2022)[5]

  Agriculture (11.11%)
  Manufacturing (30.60%)
  Other Industrial (13.78%)
  Service (44.51%)

West Java GDP share by sector (2022)[6]

  Agriculture (8.57%)
  Manufacturing (42.24%)
  Other Industrial (10.10%)
  Service (39.09%)

Central Java GDP share by sector (2022)[7]

  Agriculture (13.53%)
  Manufacturing (33.93%)
  Other Industrial (13.60%)
  Service (38.94%)

Riau GDP share by sector (2022)[8]

  Agriculture (24.69%)
  Manufacturing (27.36%)
  Other Industrial (8.66%)
  Mining and Quarrying (23.43%)
  Service (15.86%)

2022 Per Capita

Rank Province Region Per capita[9]
(in thousand Rp)
Per capita Nominal Per capita PPP
($) (Int$)
1  Jakarta Java 298,360 20,093 62,701
2  East Kalimantan Kalimantan 238,700 16,075 50,162
3  North Kalimantan Kalimantan 190,611 12,837 40,056
4  Riau Sumatra 149,914 10,096 31,504
5  Riau Islands Sumatra 141,682 9,542 29,744
6  Central Sulawesi Sulawesi 105,545 7,108 22,180
- Kalimantan Indonesia 103,627 6,979 21,777
7  West Papua Western New Guinea 77,149 5,196 16,213
8  Jambi Sumatra 76,096 5,125 15,991
9  Central Kalimantan Kalimantan 72,945 4,913 15,329
-  Indonesia South East Asia 71,031 4,783 14,926
- Sumatra Island Indonesia 70,363 4,739 14,787
- Java Island Indonesia 70,092 4,720 14,730
10  South Sumatra Sumatra 68,338 4,602 14,361
11  East Java Java 66,365 4,469 13,946
- Sulawesi Island Indonesia 66,301 4,465 13,933
12  South Sulawesi Sulawesi 65,593 4,417 13,784
13  Bangka Belitung Islands Sumatra 63,752 4,293 13,397
14  North Sumatra Sumatra 63,194 4,256 13,280
- Western New Guinea Indonesia 63,159 4,253 13,273
15  Banten Java 60,990 4,107 12,817
16  South Kalimantan Kalimantan 60,079 4,046 12,626
17  Papua Western New Guinea 59,412 4,001 12,485
18  North Sulawesi Sulawesi 59,043 3,976 12,408
19  Southeast Sulawesi Sulawesi 58,764 3,958 12,350
20  Bali Lesser Sunda Islands 55,544 3,741 11,673
21  North Maluku Maluku Islands 53,741 3,619 11,294
22  West Sumatra Sumatra 50,593 3,407 10,632
23  West Java Java 49,038 3,302 10,305
24  West Kalimantan Kalimantan 46,161 3,109 9,701
25  Lampung Sumatra 45,129 3,039 9,484
26  Special Region of Yogyakarta Java 44,045 2,966 9,256
27  Bengkulu Sumatra 43,742 2,946 9,192
28  Central Java Java 42,149 2,839 8,858
29  Gorontalo Sulawesi 39,887 2,686 8,382
30  Aceh Sumatra 39,156 2,637 8,229
- Maluku Islands Indonesia 38,923 2,621 8,180
31  West Sulawesi Sulawesi 37,070 2,497 7,790
- Lesser Sunda Islands Indonesia 33,923 2,285 7,129
32  West Nusa Tenggara Lesser Sunda Islands 28,673 1,931 6,025
33  Maluku Maluku Islands 28,534 1,922 5,996
34  East Nusa Tenggara Lesser Sunda Islands 21,718 1,462 4,564


See also

References

  1. ^ Badan Pusat Statistik (2020). Produk Domestik Regional Bruto Provinsi di Indonesia 2015-2019. Jakarta: Badan Pusat Statistik.
  2. ^ "Badan Pusat Statistik". Archived from the original on 2016-11-13. Retrieved 2016-11-14.
  3. ^ "Badan Pusat Statistik". Retrieved 2023-09-22.
  4. ^ "Provinsi DKI Jakarta Dalam Angka 2022". Statistics Indonesia. Retrieved 22 September 2023.
  5. ^ "Provinsi Jawa Timur Dalam Angka 2023". Statistics Indonesia. Retrieved 22 September 2023.
  6. ^ "Provinsi Jawa Barat Dalam Angka 2023". Statistics Indonesia. Retrieved 22 September 2023.
  7. ^ "Provinsi Jawa Tengah Dalam Angka 2023". Statistics Indonesia. Retrieved 22 September 2023.
  8. ^ "Provinsi Riau Dalam Angka 2023". Statistics Indonesia. Retrieved 22 September 2023.
  9. ^ Badan Pusat Statistik (2023). "Produk Domestik Regional Bruto Per Kapita (Ribu Rupiah), 2020-2022" (in Indonesian). Jakarta: Badan Pusat Statistik.