2000 Years Of Global GDP

Via one of our favourite bloggers, University of Michigan economics and finance professor Mark J. Perry, this amazing chart showing GDP by country from 1 AD to 2009 AD.

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Photo: Mark J. Perry/Carpe Diem

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