List of French regions and overseas collectivities by GDP

This article lists French regions and overseas collectivities by gross domestic product (GDP).

Introduction INSEE and affiliate statistical offices in the overseas collectivities produce estimates of GDP in France's 13 regions and 5 overseas collectivities every year, and in some overseas collectivities where GDP estimates are made only every few years.

In 2011, France (whose territory in the national accounts refers to Metropolitan France plus the four old overseas regions of Guadeloupe, Martinique, French Guiana, and Réunion, but excludes Mayotte and the six overseas collectivities) had a GDP of US$2,778 bn, 98.2% of which was produced in Metropolitan France, and 1.8% in the four overseas regions.

Dynamics[]

Île-de-France (the Paris Region) has a much higher GDP per capita than the rest of France, due to its position as one of the "command centres" for the global economy, as well as its relatively low share of retirees. Outside Île-de-France, the 12 other regions of Metropolitan France show remarkably little disparity in their GDPs per capita.

The "poorest" region of Metropolitan France outside Île-de-France in 2016, Hauts-de-France, had a GDP per capita which was four fifths the level of the richest region Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes. This is in contrast to most neighbours of France where regional disparities are much more marked (East Germany vs West Germany, southern Spain and Italy vs northern Spain and Italy, Wallonia vs Flanders).

Overseas, only Saint Barthélemy, Saint Pierre and Miquelon, and New Caledonia have GDP per capita at the level of Metropolitan French regions. All other overseas regions and collectivities have GDP per capita noticeably lower than the Metropolitan French regions. The lowest is found in Mayotte, where GDP per capita was slightly less than a quarter of Metropolitan France's level in 2009, although it has been increasing a lot in recent years with the accession of Mayotte to overseas department and region status (and soon outermost region of the European Union, thus eligible for EU structural funds from 2014 on).

Gross domestic product[]

Nominal GDP in euros and CFP francs has been converted to US dollars at the €/US$ purchasing power parity rate of each given year.

List of French regions and overseas collectivities by GDP (PPP)[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10][11]
2016
Rank
Regions & collectivities 2016 GDP
(mil. of US$ PPP)
2015 GDP
(mil. of US$ PPP)
2014 GDP
(mil. of US$ PPP)
2013 GDP
(mil. of US$ PPP)
 France[Note 1] 2,765,540 2,696,180 2,659,360 2,606,140
1  Île-de-France 844,627 820,365 807,038 792,104
2  Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes 316,512 308,867 304,050 295,610
3  Nouvelle-Aquitaine 208,422 204,496 202,360 194,094
4  Occitanie 200,056 194,005 191,087 186,741
5  Hauts-de-France 194,795 190,217 187,984 187,223
6  Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur 192,522 188,175 186,312 184,584
7  Grand Est 190,273 187,878 187,326 183,381
8  Pays de la Loire 137,888 133,128 130,615 129,155
9  Brittany 116,969 113,287 110,973 107,805
10  Normandy 114,479 112,195 111,013 110,562
11  Bourgogne-Franche-Comté 92,986 91,956 91,559 88,403
12  Centre-Val de Loire 88,019 86,026 85,253 84,609
13  Réunion 23,858 22,865 22,319 21,523
14  Corsica 11,288 10,788 10,557 10,423
15  Guadeloupe 11,556 11,291 10,987 10,734
16  Martinique 11,314 11,200 10,991 10,673
17  French Guiana 5,447 5,203 5,047 4,838
18  Mayotte 3,216 3,216 2,630 2,383
France - not regionalised 1,319 1,304 1,261 1,297
 New Caledonia 10,251
 French Polynesia 7,943
 Saint Pierre and Miquelon 253
 Saint Martin Last data is from 1999. GDP that year was US$449 million.[12]
 Saint Barthélemy Last data is from 1999. GDP that year was US$191 million.[12]
 Wallis and Futuna Last data is from 2005. GDP that year was US$188 million.[13]
Notes
  1. ^ Metropolitan France + the four old overseas departments of Guadeloupe, Martinique, French Guiana, and Réunion. INSEE, Eurostat, the World Bank, and the IMF include neither the new overseas department of Mayotte, nor the overseas collectivities and New Caledonia when they publish economic figures of France.

Per capita GDP[]

Figures are in US dollars at purchasing power parity (PPP).

List of French regions and overseas collectivities by nominal GDP per capita[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10][11]
2016
Rank
Regions & collectivities 2016 GDP per
capita (in US$ PPP)
2015 GDP per
capita (in US$ PPP)
2014 GDP per
capita (in US$ PPP)
2013 GDP per
capita (in US$ PPP)
 France[Note 1] 41,363 40,487 40,172 39,624
1  Île-de-France 69,423 67,740 66,947 66,043
2  Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes 39,763 39,070 38,736 37,951
3  Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur 38,213 37,499 37,294 37,150
4  Pays de la Loire 36,729 35,686 35,257 35,136
5  Brittany 35,272 34,313 33,780 32,992
6  Nouvelle-Aquitaine 35,000 34,508 34,326 33,112
7  Normandy 34,254 33,588 33,263 33,182
8  Occitanie 34,252 33,468 33,218 32,720
9  Grand Est 34,249 33,803 33,711 33,021
10  Centre-Val de Loire 34,097 33,349 33,069 32,871
11  Corsica 33,945 32,790 32,410 32,349
12  Bourgogne-Franche-Comté 32,992 32,605 32,459 31,347
13  Hauts-de-France 32,363 31,632 31,289 31,219
14  Martinique 30,056 29,516 28,840 27,855
15  Réunion 27,793 26,794 26,324 25,552
16  Guadeloupe 26,855 26,098 25,192 24,462
17  French Guiana 20,139 19,756 19,784 19,531
18  Mayotte 13,163 12,475
 Saint Pierre and Miquelon 42,356
 New Caledonia 39,367
 French Polynesia 27,352
 Saint Barthélemy Last data is from 1999. GDP per capita that year was US$27,737,[12] i.e. 113.5% of Metropolitan France's GDP per capita.
 Saint Martin Last data is from 1999. GDP per capita that year was US$15,469,[12] i.e. 63.3% of Metropolitan France's GDP per capita.
 Wallis and Futuna Last data is from 2005. GDP per capita that year was US$13,102,[13] i.e. 37.9% of Metropolitan France's GDP per capita.
Notes
  1. ^ Metropolitan France + the four old overseas departments of Guadeloupe, Martinique, French Guiana, and Réunion. INSEE, Eurostat, the World Bank, and the IMF include neither the new overseas department of Mayotte, nor the overseas collectivities and New Caledonia when they publish economic figures of France.

Departments by GDP[]

All 95 Departments of Metropolitan France by GDP and GDP per capita in 2015.[1]

Department Region 2015 GDP
(mil. of US$ PPP)
2015 GDP per
capita (in US$ PPP)
Paris  Île-de-France 260,607 118,440
Seine-et-Marne  Île-de-France 50,344 36,071
Yvelines  Île-de-France 68,518 47,937
Essonne  Île-de-France 58,860 45,887
Hauts-de-Seine  Île-de-France 192,076 119,778
Seine-Saint-Denis  Île-de-France 76,464 47,742
Val-de-Marne  Île-de-France 70,223 50,988
Val-d'Oise  Île-de-France 43,273 35,468
Cher  Centre-Val de Loire 9,320 30,231
Eure-et-Loir  Centre-Val de Loire 12,847 29,592
Indre  Centre-Val de Loire 6,324 28,324
Indre-et-Loire  Centre-Val de Loire 21,689 35,788
Loir-et-Cher  Centre-Val de Loire 10,410 31,256
Loiret  Centre-Val de Loire 25,434 37,692
Côte-d'Or  Bourgogne-Franche-Comté 21,136 39,593
Nièvre  Bourgogne-Franche-Comté 6,367 30,197
Saône-et-Loire  Bourgogne-Franche-Comté 16,985 30,596
Yonne  Bourgogne-Franche-Comté 9,907 29,089
Doubs  Bourgogne-Franche-Comté 18,559 34,512
Jura  Bourgogne-Franche-Comté 8,175 31,391
Haute-Saône  Bourgogne-Franche-Comté 6,090 25,669
Territoire de Belfort  Bourgogne-Franche-Comté 4,737 32,790
Eure  Normandy 17,120 28,373
Seine-Maritime  Normandy 47,682 37,910
Calvados  Normandy 24,496 35,291
Manche  Normandy 14,697 29,451
Orne  Normandy 8,201 28,676
Aisne  Hauts-de-France 14,406 26,775
Oise  Hauts-de-France 25,864 31,420
Somme  Hauts-de-France 18,066 31,601
Nord  Hauts-de-France 92,252 35,384
Pas-de-Calais  Hauts-de-France 39,627 26,895
Ardennes  Grand Est 7,617 27,522
Aube  Grand Est 9,245 29,865
Marne  Grand Est 21,398 37,372
Haute-Marne  Grand Est 5,622 31,488
Meurthe-et-Moselle  Grand Est 24,245 33,019
Meuse  Grand Est 5,652 29,730
Moselle  Grand Est 32,089 30,746
Vosges  Grand Est 11,859 31,971
Bas-Rhin  Grand Est 44,923 40,176
Haut-Rhin  Grand Est 25,230 33,041
Loire-Atlantique  Pays de la Loire 56,464 41,116
Maine-et-Loire  Pays de la Loire 25,565 31,481
Mayenne  Pays de la Loire 9,890 32,137
Sarthe  Pays de la Loire 19,345 34,043
Vendée  Pays de la Loire 21,863 32,672
Côtes-d'Armor  Brittany 17,904 29,915
Finistère  Brittany 30,668 33,759
Ille-et-Vilaine  Brittany 41,566 39,655
Morbihan  Brittany 23,150 31,016
Charente  Nouvelle-Aquitaine 11,559 32,709
Charente-Maritime  Nouvelle-Aquitaine 19,408 30,258
Deux-Sèvres  Nouvelle-Aquitaine 12,310 32,851
Vienne  Nouvelle-Aquitaine 14,563 33,439
Dordogne  Nouvelle-Aquitaine 11,430 27,540
Gironde  Nouvelle-Aquitaine 61,873 39,689
Landes  Nouvelle-Aquitaine 14,950 36,935
Lot-et-Garonne  Nouvelle-Aquitaine 9,695 29,077
Pyrénées-Atlantiques  Nouvelle-Aquitaine 24,597 36,639
Corrèze  Nouvelle-Aquitaine 8,353 34,535
Creuse  Nouvelle-Aquitaine 3,382 28,154
Haute-Vienne  Nouvelle-Aquitaine 12,377 32,959
Ariège  Occitanie 4,040 26,489
Aveyron  Occitanie 8,153 29,169
Haute-Garonne  Occitanie 65,013 48,366
Gers  Occitanie 4,743 24,825
Lot  Occitanie 5,132 29,657
Hautes-Pyrénées  Occitanie 6,933 30,350
Tarn  Occitanie 10,599 27,344
Tarn-et-Garonne  Occitanie 6,462 25,188
Aude  Occitanie 9,329 25,375
Gard  Occitanie 20,228 27,339
Hérault  Occitanie 38,069 33,778
Lozère  Occitanie 2,477 32,513
Pyrénées-Orientales  Occitanie 12,826 27,116
Ain  Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes 19,135 30,141
Ardèche  Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes 8,453 26,005
Drôme  Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes 18,845 37,193
Isère  Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes 47,386 37,765
Loire  Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes 24,827 32,663
Rhône  Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes 97,668 53,324
Savoie  Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes 17,421 40,594
Haute-Savoie  Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes 28,490 35,609
Allier  Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes 10,288 30,153
Cantal  Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes 4,191 28,719
Haute-Loire  Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes 6,421 28,271
Puy-de-Dôme  Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes 25,741 39,671
Alpes-de-Haute-Provence  Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes 4,892 30,231
Hautes-Alpes  Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur 4,234 30,018
Alpes-Maritimes  Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur 44,322 40,957
Bouches-du-Rhône  Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur 84,994 42,048
Var  Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur 30,190 28,679
Vaucluse  Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur 19,542 34,955
Corse-du-Sud  Corsica 5,511 35,806
Haute-Corse  Corsica 5,279 30,145

See also[]

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