Re: Unionizing? (getting OT)

Subject: Re: Unionizing? (getting OT)
From: Jan Henning <henning -at- r-l -dot- de>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 6 Dec 2002 20:12:13 +0100

Adjusting for size, The US economy is significantly larger than any of
Per Capita GDP for these countries:

USA: $36,300
Switzerland: $31,100 (85% of US)
Denmark: $28,000 (77% of US)
Finland $25,200 (71% of US)
Sweden: $24,700 (68% of US)

All figures are for 2001.

I had different numbers for 2001 showing the per capita GNP of the four countries all to be bigger than that of the US - from a UN web page that is currently down. Those of you who'd like to check can call up the numbers from

A different UN web page ( gives numbers for 2000 similar to the ones quoted above. But even in that statistic, Japan has a higher GNP per person than the US. As Japan is a country with notoriously high regulation, the theory that the ease of opening a small business etc is most important for the strength of an economy may fail to explain all observable facts.

Jan Henning

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