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Old February 10th, 2014, 10:45 AM   #81
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Um, as far as I know there are no "Swedish parts" of the Copenhagen metro area. Yeah, Malmö and south eastern Skĺne are geographically close, but they are not part of Copenhagen. Such a theoretical demographic area would probably be called someting like "Öresund region".
"A metropolitan area, sometimes referred to as a metro area or metro, is a region consisting of a densely populated urban core and its less-populated surrounding territories, sharing industry, infrastructure, and housing.[1] A metropolitan area usually comprises multiple jurisdictions and municipalities: neighborhoods, townships, cities, exurbs, counties, and even states.
Metropolitan areas include one or more urban areas, as well as satellite cities and intervening rural areas that are socio-economically tied to the urban core, typically measured by commuting patterns.[3]"
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Without Copenhagen there would be no modern day Malmř and 10.000s cummute daily from Sweden to Denmark to work - many of them Danes residing in Sweden..

In fact after the bridge the population have increased by 270.000 in the region..

About 1/4s of the workers I work with resides in Sweden and are about half Swedish half Danish..

So by commuting patters I see no difference regarding southern Sweden than I do other statelite communities around Copenhagen - thus by all deffinitions a metro area..

But if you do not agree then no problem, I provided you with both figures..
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Well, while the bridge certainly has made it possible to commute between the Copenhagen and Malmö/eastern Skĺne regions for work in a way that wasn't possible before, the two regions do not really share infrastructure (other than the bridge), industry or housing in any meaningful way. Companies don't put their Copenhagen office or factory in Malmö. The two regions have separate public transportation, health care systems, tax systems, laws etc. Copenhagen doesn't build housing in eastern Skĺne, and Malmö doesn't chip in with funds for the Copenhagen metro. Are the regions geographically close and economically beneficial to each other? Of course. Is it one large metro area? Depends on who you ask. By your definition, for instance Uppsala should really be counted to the Stockholm metro area.

And claiming that "modern Malmö" wouldn't exist without Copenhagen is pretty bold. Malmö is a 1000 year old town surrounded by rich farmland. There's no way of knowing what modern Malmö would be like if Copenhagen lay somewhere else.
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Old February 11th, 2014, 01:19 AM   #83
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The German Bundesamt für Bauwesen und Raumordnung used to produce a standardized statistic of metro areas ("Stadtregionen") based on commuting patterns. They put the Rhine Main Area at 4.7 million and Stuttgart at 3.4 million (larger than Hamburg and Munich), if I remember correctly. The Rhine Main area extends quite far northwest past the Taunus and along the Rhine, almost until Koblenz.
You mean these kind of areas?

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That's bizarre and very incoherent. Chrissib, do you have GDP data for each one of those divisions in this map?
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Old February 11th, 2014, 01:38 AM   #85
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Well, while the bridge certainly has made it possible to commute between the Copenhagen and Malmö/eastern Skĺne regions for work in a way that wasn't possible before, the two regions do not really share infrastructure (other than the bridge), industry or housing in any meaningful way. Companies don't put their Copenhagen office or factory in Malmö. The two regions have separate public transportation, health care systems, tax systems, laws etc. Copenhagen doesn't build housing in eastern Skĺne, and Malmö doesn't chip in with funds for the Copenhagen metro. Are the regions geographically close and economically beneficial to each other? Of course. Is it one large metro area? Depends on who you ask. By your definition, for instance Uppsala should really be counted to the Stockholm metro area.

And claiming that "modern Malmö" wouldn't exist without Copenhagen is pretty bold. Malmö is a 1000 year old town surrounded by rich farmland. There's no way of knowing what modern Malmö would be like if Copenhagen lay somewhere else.
Uppsala is indeed a part of Stockholm Business region which is called Mälardalen (a joint region/cooperation between the cities and towns located in the valley of lake Mälaren with Stockholm as an obvious center). Aside from the economical, political and cultural relations, there is a lot of movement of people and goods in this region. As of December 31 2011 more than 3.2 million people lived in this region.

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Well, while the bridge certainly has made it possible to commute between the Copenhagen and Malmö/eastern Skĺne regions for work in a way that wasn't possible before, the two regions do not really share infrastructure (other than the bridge), industry or housing in any meaningful way. Companies don't put their Copenhagen office or factory in Malmö. The two regions have separate public transportation, health care systems, tax systems, laws etc.
I work in Copenhagen for a Danish-Swedish company ( 50-50 ) with it's HQ in Sweden, my coworkers takes the specially designed international train daily and enjoy the 'Řresund Agreement' that have standardised social security, free movement, various taxes, pensions and health insurance across the region..

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And claiming that "modern Malmö" wouldn't exist without Copenhagen is pretty bold. Malmö is a 1000 year old town surrounded by rich farmland. There's no way of knowing what modern Malmö would be like if Copenhagen lay somewhere else.
Malmř is the result of the fortification of Copenhagen and the Oresund straight - it was founded by Danes and went on to become the Kingdom's second largest city for several centuries working in tandem with Copenhagen regarding shipping, industry and taxation ( as well as defenses and so on )

So without Copenhagen there would never have been a Malmř and without modern Copenhagen there would never have been a modern Malmř..
Southern Sweden is not short in ports and most have significantly better locations - yet Malmř is the largest and have been working heavily towards intergrating their city with Copenhagen and promoting the Řresund region..

Today more people commute to Copenhagen from Scania than of all other regions/islands of Denmark..

It's still two nations, but by all deffinitions a single region linked by a LOT more than just a bridge..

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That's bizarre and very incoherent. Chrissib, do you have GDP data for each one of those divisions in this map?
I could calculate it for those areas that are defined by the county borders, so excluding Rhein-Ruhr and Mitteldeutschland.

But these regions ar enot metropolitan areas, they are more to be understand as areas of influence of the respective cities.
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No, I don't mean 'Metropolregionen', which seem somewhat random and whose main purpose I suppose is business promotion. As I said, the BBR used to define 'Stadtregionen' around every city of a certain size, applying the same set of criteria to all cities/regions. In earlier versions, a municipality qualified for inclusion if 25% of its working population commuted to the core area of the region. In later versions, there was a two-tier system with inner areas, where over 50% of outcommuters were employed in the central area, and outer areas, where between 25% and 50% were employed in the central area.
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These kind of areas?



Tbh, I have heard it for the first time.
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Yeah, that looks like it.
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Resuming:

1,000,000 - 1,300,000

-------------------- GDP 2011 (US$) -- Pop. 2011

Oslo ---------------- 119.700.000.000 -- 1.144.883

Hartford ------------- 83.485.000.000 -- 1.213.255

New Orleans --------- 80.154.000.000 -- 1.191.089

Oklahoma City ------- 60.997.000.000 -- 1.278.053

Birmingham ---------- 53.547.000.000 -- 1.132.264

Grand Rapids --------- 47.583.000.000 -- 1.217.206

Rochester ------------ 46.351.000.000 -- 1.055.278

Buffalo --------------- 45.888.000.000 -- 1.134.039

Albany --------------- 45.037.000.000 -- 1.000.474

Greenville ------------ 42.556.000.000 -- 1.122.757


Kagoshima ------------ 41.139.000.000 -- 1.150.000

Fresno --------------- 35.491.000.000 -- 1.095.829

Sorocaba-Itu --------- 20.809.000.000 -- 1.275.253

Piracicaba-Limeira ---- 20.711.000.000 -- 1.239.227

Ribeirăo Preto -------- 18.239.000.000 -- 1.105.045

Londrina ------------- 12.919.000.000 -- 1.097.066

Aracaju --------------- 9.982.000.000 -- 1.030.706

Teresina -------------- 7.883.000.000 -- 1.130.487



Oslo: GDP per capita of US$ 104,500. Enough said;

If I'm not mistaken, Hartford is, as Des Moines, an insurance companies hub. As result, an ultra-high GDP per capita (US$ 69,000);

New Orleans with a GDP inflated by the oil production in the area;

The three largest areas of upstate New York: Buffalo, Rochester and Albany in a very tight race;

Kagoshima with a US$ 35,700 GDP per capita. Quite low for Japanese standards;

Sorocaba and Piracicaba regions are part of Săo Paulo's macrometropolitan area. Due the lack of space in Săo Paulo metro, those areas absorb much of the new industrial investments;

Ribeirăo Preto (northeastern Săo Paulo state) is one of the wealthiest areas in Brazil. Centre of Brazilian ethanol industry and has, by far, the strongest retail sector amongst the wealthiest cities in the hinterland. US$ 16,500 GDP per capita;

Londrina area, for the reasons I described in Maringá and Săo José do Rio Preto notes, has an average GDP per capita, even though is way above Brazil in any economic or social metric.
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EUROPEAN UNION
GDP 2011 (in mln euro)


001. 608,648 Île de France FRANCE
002. 337,161 Lombardia ITALY Milan
003. 276,323 Inner London UK
004. 194,285 Cataluńa SPAIN
005. 193,266 Rhône-Alpes FRANCE
006. 192,397 Oberbayern GERMANY
007. 188,445 Comunidad de Madrid SPAIN
008. 183,446 Düsseldorf GERMANY
009. 172,246 Lazio ITALY Rome
010. 160,276 Darmstadt GERMANY

011. 157,661 Stuttgart GERMANY
012. 149,527 Veneto ITALY Venice
013. 147,296 Köln GERMANY
014. 143,966 Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur FRANCE
015. 142,609 Emilia-Romagna ITALY Bologna
016. 141,603 Andalucía SPAIN
017. 133,300 Southern and Eastern IRELAND
018. 125,997 Piemonte ITALY Turin
019. 125,187 Zuid-Holland NETHERLANDS
020. 118,436 Outer London UK

021. 116,569 Stockholm SWEDEN
022. 109,282 Noord-Holland NETHERLANDS
023. 106,796 Arnsberg GERMANY
024. 106,013 Toscana ITALY Florence
025. 101,815 Berlin GERMANY
026. 100,317 Attiki GREECE
027. 99,372 Comunidad Valenciana SPAIN
028. 97,948 Pays de la Loire FRANCE
029. 96,563 Karlsruhe GERMANY
030. 94,071 Hamburg GERMANY

031. 93,635 Campania ITALY Naples
032. 89,604 Hovedstaden DENMARK
033. 89,539 Noord-Brabant NETHERLANDS
034. 87,672 Aquitaine FRANCE
035. 86,541 Berkshire, Buckinghamshire & Oxfordshire UK
036. 83,956 Sicilia ITALY Palermo
037. 82,930 Mazowieckie POLAND
038. 81,158 Bretagne FRANCE
039. 78,099 Surrey, East & West Sussex UK
040. 77,942 Wien AUSTRIA

041. 77,798 Midi-Pyrénées FRANCE
042. 75,892 Schleswig-Holstein GERMANY
043. 74,761 Münster GERMANY
044. 72,491 Västsverige SWEDEN
045. 71,242 Helsinki-Uusimaa FINLAND
046. 70,136 Weser-Ems GERMANY
047. 69,974 Puglia ITALY Bari
048. 69,895 Bruxelles-Cap. / Brussels Hfdst. BELGIUM
049. 68,817 Freiburg GERMANY
050. 68,816 Prov. Antwerpen BELGIUM

051. 68,659 Gloucestershire, Wiltshire & Bristol/Bath area UK
052. 66,259 Hannover GERMANY
053. 65,494 Centre FRANCE
054. 64,857 País Vasco SPAIN
055. 64,361 Greater Manchester UK
056. 63,795 Detmold GERMANY
057. 63,572 Lisboa PORTUGAL
058. 63,266 West Midlands UK
059. 63,103 Languedoc-Roussillon FRANCE
060. 62,350 Tübingen GERMANY

061. 61,123 Rheinhessen-Pfalz GERMANY
062. 60,490 Gelderland NETHERLANDS
063. 59,897 East Anglia UK
064. 59,155 Mittelfranken GERMANY
065. 57,891 Schwaben GERMANY
066. 56,852 Brandenburg GERMANY
067. 55,940 Galicia SPAIN
068. 55,331 Castilla y León SPAIN
069. 55,269 Östra Mellansverige SWEDEN
070. 55,250 Lorraine FRANCE

071. 55,130 South Western Scotland UK
072. 52,916 Alsace FRANCE
073. 55,129 West Yorkshire UK
074. 52,647 Eastern Scotland UK
075. 52,118 Braunschweig GERMANY
076. 52,096 Utrecht NETHERLANDS
077. 51,817 Sachsen-Anhalt GERMANY
078. 51,652 Hampshire & Isle of Wight UK
079. 50,677 Oberösterreich AUSTRIA
080. 49,619 Haute-Normandie FRANCE

081. 49,423 Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire UK
082. 48,912 Midtjylland DENMARK
083. 48,897 Thüringen GERMANY
084. 48,754 Sydsverige SWEDEN
085. 48,675 Norte PORTUGAL
086. 48,297 Közép Magyarország HUNGARY
087. 48,124 Śląskie POLAND
088. 47,500 Derbyshire & Nottinghamshire UK
089. 47,327 Niederösterreich AUSTRIA
090. 45,856 Syddanmark DENMARK

091. 44,932 Picardie FRANCE
092. 44,280 Prov. Oost-Vlaanderen BELGIUM
093. 43,998 Liguria ITALY Genoa
094. 43,616 Poitou-Charentes FRANCE
095. 43,180 Länsi-Suomi FINLAND
096. 42,738 Unterfranken GERMANY
097. 42,158 Leicestershire, Rutland & Northamptonshire UK
098. 41,837 Bourgogne FRANCE
099. 41,730 LUXEMBOURG (GRAND-DUCHY)
100. 41,172 Koblenz GERMANY

101. 40,877 Marche ITALY Ancona
102. 40,718 Canarias SPAIN
103. 39,372 Essex UK
104. 38,896 Kent UK
105. 38,694 Niederbayern GERMANY
106. 38,684 Prov. Vlaams Brabant BELGIUM
107. 38,672 Praha CZECH REPUBLIC
108. 37,813 Northern Ireland UK
109. 37,639 Dresden GERMANY
110. 37,413 Steiermark AUSTRIA

111. 37,342 Pohjois- ja Itä-Suomi FINLAND
112. 37,290 Kassel GERMANY
113. 37,270 Lüneburg GERMANY
114. 37,113 Castilla-La Mancha SPAIN
115. 37,062 Prov. West-Vlaanderen BELGIUM
116. 36,628 Friuli-Venezia Giulia ITALY Trieste
117. 36,336 Oberpfalz GERMANY
118. 36,055 Limburg NETHERLANDS
119. 35,797 Trentino Alto Adige ITALY Trento
120. 35,718 Etelä-Suomi FINLAND

121. 35,714 Mecklenburg-Vorpommern GERMANY
122. 35,705 Overijssel NETHERLANDS
123. 35,176 Extra-regio* UK
124. 35,136 Basse-Normandie FRANCE
125. 34,994 Bucureşti - Ilfov ROMANIA
126. 34,745 Champagne-Ardenne FRANCE
127. 34,569 Wielkopolskie POLAND
128. 33,873 Chemnitz GERMANY
129. 33,307 Aragón SPAIN
130. 33,191 Auvergne FRANCE

131. 33,075 Sardegna ITALY Cagliari
132. 33,055 Calabria ITALY Catanzaro
133. 32,982 West Wales & The Valleys UK
134. 32,244 Shropshire & Staffordshire UK
135. 32,223 Merseyside UK
136. 32,105 Oberfranken GERMANY
137. 31,815 Dolnośląskie POLAND
138. 31,713 Saarland GERMANY
139. 31,629 Centro PORTUGAL
140. 31,329 Northumberland and Tyne & Wear UK

141. 30,958 LITHUANIA
142. 30,827 Herefordshire, Worcestershire & Warwickshire UK
143. 30,425 Lancashire UK
144. 30,297 Jadranska Hrvatska CROATIA
145. 30,123 Gießen GERMANY
146. 30,073 Abruzzo ITALY L'Aquila
147. 29,299 Border, Midland and Western IRELAND
148. 29,216 Groningen NETHERLANDS
149. 29,190 Prov. Hainaut BELGIUM
150. 29,141 Smĺland med öarna SWEDEN

151. 28,569 Franche-Comté FRANCE
152. 28,527 Dorset & Somerset UK
153. 28,448 Norra Mellansverige SWEDEN
154. 28,332 Cheshire UK
155. 28,095 Kentriki Makedonia GREECE
156. 27,653 Małopolskie POLAND
157. 27,446 East Wales UK
158. 27,232 Prov. Ličge BELGIUM
159. 27,177 Región de Murcia SPAIN
160. 27,135 Bremen GERMANY

161. 26,630 South Yorkshire UK
162. 26,095 Tirol AUSTRIA
163. 25,968 Illes Balears SPAIN
164. 24,753 Sjaelland DENMARK
165. 24,508 Leipzig GERMANY
166. 24,259 Devon UK
167. 23,512 Prov. Limburg BELGIUM
168. 22,631 Łódzkie POLAND
169. 22,510 Západné Slovensko SLOVAKIA
170. 22,472 Principado de Asturias SPAIN

171. 22,466 Jihovýchod CZECH REPUBLIC
172. 22,275 Tees Valley & Durham UK
173. 21,856 Salzburg AUSTRIA
174. 21,853 Nordjylland DENMARK
175. 21,533 Umbria ITALY Perugia
176. 20,921 Pomorskie POLAND
177. 20,756 Övre Norrland SWEDEN
178. 20,211 LATVIA
179. 20,206 Zahodna Slovenija SLOVENIA
180. 20,138 North Eastern Scotland UK

181. 19,560 East Yorkshire & Northern Lincolnshire UK
182. 17,979 CYPRUS
183. 17,302 Limousin FRANCE
184. 19,021 Bratislavský kraj SLOVAKIA
185. 18,991 North Yorkshire UK
186. 18,827 Friesland NETHERLANDS
187. 18,722 Yugozapaden BULGARIA
188. 18,340 Severovýchod CZECH REPUBLIC
189. 18,144 Comunidad Foral de Navarra SPAIN
190. 16,954 Extremadura SPAIN

191. 16,936 Kärnten AUSTRIA
192. 16,867 Střední Čechy CZECH REPUBLIC
193. 16,597 Kujawsko-Pomorskie POLAND
194. 16,479 Sud - Muntenia ROMANIA
195. 16,216 ESTONIA
196. 16,090 Réunion** FRANCE
197. 15,944 Vzhodna Slovenija SLOVENIA
198. 15,932 Moravskoslezsko CZECH REPUBLIC
199. 15,517 Jihozápad CZECH REPUBLIC
200. 14,715 Střední Morava CZECH REPUBLIC

201. 14,498 Centru ROMANIA
202. 14,401 Nord-Vest ROMANIA
203. 14,208 Lubelskie POLAND
204. 14,087 Kontinentalna Hrvatska CROATIA
205. 14,054 Lincolnshire UK
206. 14,051 Vorarlberg AUSTRIA
207. 14,007 Sud-Est ROMANIA
208. 14,002 Zachodniopomorskie POLAND
209. 13,924 Východné Slovensko SLOVAKIA
210. 13,914 Mellersta Norrland SWEDEN

211. 13,840 Podkarpackie POLAND
212. 13,520 Stredné Slovensko SLOVAKIA
213. 13,481 Drenthe NETHERLANDS
214. 13,458 Nord-Est ROMANIA
215. 13,404 Trier GERMANY
216. 13,088 Zeeland NETHERLANDS
217. 13,042 Vest ROMANIA
218. 12,977 Severozápad CZECH REPUBLIC
219. 12,754 Cantabria SPAIN
220. 12,743 Prov. Brabant Wallon BELGIUM

221. 11,453 Prov. Namur BELGIUM
222. 11,059 Alentejo PORTUGAL
223. 11,054 Cumbria UK
224. 10,744 Basilicata ITALY Potenza
225. 10,480 Sud-Vest Oltenia ROMANIA
226. 10,292 Flevoland NETHERLANDS
227. 10,197 Kriti GREECE
228. 10,098 Warmińsko-Mazurskie POLAND
229. 10,031 Nyugat Dunántúl HUNGARY
230. 9,948 Highlands & Islands

231. 9,906 Thessalia GREECE
232. 9,595 Dytiki Ellada GREECE
233. 9,542 Sterea Ellada GREECE
234. 9,524 Közép Dunántúl HUNGARY
235. 9,509 Extra-regio* DENMARK
236. 9,331 Észak-Alföld HUNGARY
237. 9,187 Cornwall & Isles of Scilly UK
238. 9,181 Świętokrzyskie POLAND
239. 8,978 Peloponnisos GREECE
240. 8,733 Guadeloupe** FRANCE

241. 8,536 Dél-Alföld HUNGARY
242. 8,453 Martinique** FRANCE
243. 8,309 Podlaskie POLAND
244. 8,228 Anatoliki Makedonia, Thraki GREECE
245. 8,143 Lubuskie POLAND
246. 8,080 Corse FRANCE
247. 7,986 La Rioja SPAIN
248. 7,830 Opolskie POLAND
249. 7,152 Algarve PORTUGAL
250. 7,076 Notio Aigaio GREECE

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SF is 28th with GDP of $307 billion. However they count San Francisco and San Jose as two separate metros, I know a lot of people count them as one. If you put the two together, then you would get around $452 billion. Which would put SF in 13th place just ahead of Beijing.
Well, in the United States San Francisco and San Jose ARE combined as far as Combined Statistical Areas(CSA)

This is my post from another forum with the latest data available for CSAs which is the largest city-level statistical area measured by the US government.

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*There is no data for the Poughkeepsie Metro Area
* No Micro Area data is available, but their numbers are too small to really affect any change in the overall ranking
* I didn't rank Cleveland as 18th because it doesn't have the 18th highest GDP(that would be Portland which is just shy of 3 million people), but is included in this list because it has a population of 3 Million+
* There are revised figures for 2011 and 2010


2012 Combined Statistical Area Gross Product-Released September 17, 2013
CSA and uncombined MSA, population 3 Million+


1. New York-Newark, NY-NJ-CT-PA CSA $1.550 Trillion
Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, PA-NJ Metro Area $31.998 Billion
Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk, CT Metro Area $86.338 Billion
East Stroudsburg, PA Metro Area $4.982 Billion
Kingston, NY Metro Area $4.829 Billion
New Haven-Milford, CT Metro Area $40.084 Billion
New York-Northern New Jersey-Long Island, NY-NJ-PA Metro Area $1,358,416 Billion
Poughkeepsie-Newburgh-Middletown, NY Metro Area: No Data
Trenton-Ewing, NJ Metro Area $28.406 Billion

2. Los Angeles-Long Beach, CA CSA $918.834 Billion
Los Angeles-Long Beach-Santa Ana, CA Metro Area $765.759 Billion
Oxnard-Thousand Oaks-Ventura, CA Metro Area $39.077 Billion
Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario, CA Metro Area $113.998 Billion

3.Washington-Baltimore-Arlington, DC-MD-VA-WV-PA CSA $629.224 Billion
Baltimore-Towson, MD Metro Area $157.260 Billion
California-Lexington Park, MD Metro Area $5.249 Billion
Chambersburg-Waynesboro, PA Metro Area $4.282 Billion
Hagerstown-Martinsburg, MD-VA Metro Area $8.295 Billion
Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV Metro Area $448.741 Billion
Winchester, VA-WV Metro Area $5.397 Billion

4. San Jose-San Francisco-Oakland, CA CSA $606.743 Billion
Napa, CA Metro Area $7.372 Billion
San Francisco-Oakland-Fremont, CA Metro Area $360.495 Billion
San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA Metro Area $173.908 Billion
Santa Cruz-Watsonville, CA Metro Area $20.325 Billion
Santa Rosa-Petaluma, CA Metro Area $9.574 Billion
Stockton-Lodi, CA Metro Area $20.390 Billion
Vallejo-Fairfield, CA Metro Area $14.679 Billion

5. Chicago-Naperville, IL-IN-WI CSA $578.275 Billion
Chicago-Naperville-Joliet, IL-IN-WI Metro Area $571.008 Billion
Kankakee-Bradley, IL Metro Area $3.481 Billion
Michigan City-La Porte, IN Metro Area $3.786 Billion

6. Boston-Worcester-Providence, MA-RI-NH CSA $470.343 Billion
Barnstable Town, MA Metro Area$ 8.595 Billion
Boston-Cambridge-Quincy, MA-NH Metro Area $336.232 Billion
Manchester-Nashua, NH Metro Area $22.160 Billion
Providence-New Bedford-Fall River, RI-MA Metro Area $69.530 Billion
Worcester, MA Metro Area $33.826 Billion

7. Houston-The Woodlands, TX CSA $449.439 Billion
Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, TX Metro Area $449.439 Billion

8. Dallas-Fort Worth, TX-OKCSA $424.018 Billion
Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TX Metro Area $420.340 Billion
Sherman-Denison, TX Metro Area $3.678 Billion

9. Philadelphia-Reading-Camden, PA-NJ-DE-MD CSA $408.170 Billion
Atlantic City-Hammonton, NJ Metro Area $13.185 Billion
Dover, DE Metro Area $6.336 Billion
Ocean City, NJ Metro Area $4.273 Billion
Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE-MD Metro Area $364.009 Billion
Reading, PA Metro Area $15.208 BillionVineland-Millville-Bridgeton, NJ Metro Area $5.159 Billion

10. Atlanta-Athens/Clarke County-Sandy Springs, GA-AL CSA $301.428 Billion
Athens-Clarke County, GA Metro Area $6.839 Billion
Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta, GA Metro Area $294.589 Billion

11. Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Port St Lucie, FL CSA $289.964 Billion
Miami-Ft Lauderdale-West Palm Beach, FL Metro Area $274.105 Billion
Port St Lucie, Fl Metro Area $11.500 Billion
Sebastian-Vero Beach, FL Metro Area $4.359 Billion

12. Seattle-Tacoma, WA CSA $282.741 Billion
Bremerton-Silverdale, WA Metro Area$9.132 Billion
Mount Vernon-Anacortes, WA MetroArea $5.511 Billion
Olympia-Tumwater, WA $9.279 Billion
Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue, WA MetroArea $258.819 Billion

13. Detroit-Warren-Ann Arbor, MI CSA $243.551 Billion
Ann Arbor, MI Metro Area $19.310Billion
Detroit-Warren-Dearborn, MI MetroArea $208.379 Billion
Flint, MI Metro Area $11.713Billion
Monroe, MI Metro Area $4.149Billion

14. Minneapolis-St Paul, MN-WI CSA$228.301 Billion
Minneapolis-St Paul-Bloomington,MN-WI Metro Area $220.167 Billion
St Cloud, MN Metro Area $8.134 Billion

15. Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale, AZ MSA $201.653 Billion

16. Denver-Aurora, CO CSA $196.187 Billion

Boulder, CO Metro Area $20.332Billion
Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, CO MetroArea $167.886 Billion
Greeley, CO Metro Area $7.969Billion

17. San Diego-Carlsbad, CA MSA $ $177.410 Billion

Cleveland-Akron-Canton, OH CSA $155.107 Billion
Akron, OH Metro Area $29.466Billion
Canton-Massilon, OH Metro Area $14.044 Billion
Cleveland-Elyria, OH Metro Area $111.597 Billion

Top 17 by Percentage Change
San Jose-San Francisco-Oakland +6.6%
Seattle-Tacoma +5.7%
Houston-The Woodlands +5.6%
Minneapolis-St Paul +5.5%
Dallas-Ft Worth +$5.4%
Miami-Ft Lauderdale-Port St Lucie +4.7%
San Diego-Carlsbad +4.7%
Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale +4.6%
Los Angeles-Long Beach +4.3%
Denver-Aurora +4.2%
Detroit-Warren-Ann Arbor +4.2%
Atlanta-Athens/Clarke County-Sandy Springs +4.1%
Chicago-Naperville +4.1%
Boston-Worcester-Providence +3.7%
Philadelphia-Reading-Camden +3.2%
Washington-Baltimore-Arlington +2.9%
New York-Newark +2.7%

Top 17 by Numerical GDP Growth
New York-Newark +$41.500 Billion
San Jose-San Francisco-Oakland +$38.115 Billion
Los Angeles-Long Beach +$38.054 Billion
Houston-The Woodlands +$24.138 Billion
Chicago-Naperville +$22.835 Billion
Dallas-Ft Worth +$21.807 Billion
Washington-Baltimore-Arlington +$18.194 Billion
Boston-Worcester-Providence +$16.367 Billion
Seattle-Tacoma +$15.389 Billion
Miami-Ft Lauderdale-Port St Lucie +$13.939 Billion
Philadelphia-Reading-Camden +$12.866 Billion
Atlanta-Athens/Clarke County-Sandy Springs +12.288 Billion
Minneapolis-St Paul +$12.086
Detroit-Warren-Ann Arbor +$10.044 Billion
Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale +$9.332 Billion
San Diego-Carlsbad +$7.522 Billion
Denver-Aurora +$7.494 Billion

1. New York-Newark, NY-NJ-CT-PA CSA
2012 $1.550 Trillion
2011 $1.508 Trillion
Numerical GDP Change: +$41.5 Billion
Percentage Change: +2.7%

2. Los Angeles-Long Beach, CA CSA
2012 GDP $918.834 Billion
2011 GDP $880.780 Billion
Numerical GDP Change: +$38.054 Billion
Percentage Change: +4.3%

3. Washington-Baltimore-Arlington, DC-MD-VA-WV-PA CSA
2012 GDP $629.224 Billion
2011 GDP $611.030 Billion
Numerical GDP Change: +$18.194 Billion
Percentage Change: +2.9%

4. San Jose-San Francisco-Oakland, CA CSA
2012 GDP $606.743 Billion
2011 GDP $568.628 Billion
Numerical GDP Change: +$38.115 Billion
Percentage Change: +6.6%

5. Chicago-Naperville, IL-IN-WI CSA
2012 GDP $578.275 Billion
2011 GDP $555.440 Billion
Numerical GDP Change: +$22.835 Billion
Percentage Change: +4.1%

6. Boston-Worcester-Providence, MA-RI-NH CSA
2012 GDP $470.343 Billion
2011 GDP $453.976 Billion
Numerical GDP Change: +$16.367 Billion
Percentage Change: +3.7%

7. Houston-The Woodlands, TX CSA
2012 GDP $449.439 Billion
2011 GDP $425.301 Billion
Numerical GDP Change: +$24.138 Billion
Percentage Change: +5.6%

8. Dallas-Fort Worth, TX-OK CSA
2012 GDP $424.018 Billion
2011 GDP $402.211 Billion
Numerical GDP Change: +$21.807 Billion
Percentage Change: +5.4%

9. Philadelphia-Reading-Camden, PA-NJ-DE-MD CSA
2012 GDP $408.170 Billion
2011 GDP $395.304 Billion
Numerical GDP Change: +$12.866 Billion
Percentage Change: +3.2%

10. Atlanta-Athens/Clarke County-Sandy Springs, GA-AL CSA
2012 GDP $301.428 Billion
2011 GDP $289.140 Billion
Numerical GDP Change: +$12.288 Billion
Percentage Change: +4.1%

11. Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Port St Lucie, FL CSA
2012 GDP $289.964 Billion
2011 GDP $276.025 Billion
Numerical GDP Change: +$13.939 Billion
Percentage Change: +4.7%

12. Seattle-Tacoma, WA CSA
2012 GDP $273.462 Billion
2011 GDP $258.310 Billion
Numerical GDP Change: +$15.152 Billion
Percentage Change: +5.8%

13. Detroit-Warren-Ann Arbor, MI CSA
2012 GDP $243.551 Billion
2011 GDP $233.507 Billion
Numerical GDP Change: +$10.044 Billion
Percentage Change: +4.2%

14. Minneapolis-St Paul, MN-WI CSA
2012 GDP $228.301 Billion
2011 GDP $216.215 Billion
Numerical GDP Change: +$12.086 Billion
Percentage Change: +5.5%

15. Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale, AZ MSA
2012 GDP $201.653 Billion
2011 GDP $192.321 Billion
Numerical GDP Change: +$9.332 Billion
Percentage Change: +4.6%

16. Denver-Aurora, CO CSA
2012 GDP $196.187 Billion
2011 GDP $188.693 Billion
Numerical GDP Change: +$7.494 Billion
Percentage Change: +4.2%

17. San Diego-Carlsbad, CA MSA
2012 GDP $177.410 Billion
2011 GDP $169.888 Billion
Numerical GDP Change: $7.522 Billion
Percentage Change: +4.7%


Please check my work on your CSA/MSA to ensure accuracy:
http://bea.gov/newsreleases/regional..._metro0913.pdf
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Wow, SF really is booming. With an inflation rate of 1.5% in 2013 it means that San Francisco grew 5.1% in real terms.
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Wow, SF really is booming. With an inflation rate of 1.5% in 2013 it means that San Francisco grew 5.1% in real terms.
SF is extremely volatile. In boom years we do great but our economy doesn't have mediocre years--either we're doing great or we're doing terrible or we're regaining momentum. It's a cycle that has been the norm for the past 20 years I reckon. Mainly due to the tech industry.
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Wow, SF really is booming. With an inflation rate of 1.5% in 2013 it means that San Francisco grew 5.1% in real terms.
Chrissib, but there are other factors playing, for example, the prices changes in the goods produced in the area. Thus, we needed fixed prices to calculate San Francisco's growth.
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so if current growth rates remain constant in 2013, the GDPs might look like this...

CSA GDP 2013
New York $1.591 Trillion
Los Angeles $958.343 Billion
Washington DC $647.471 Billion
San Francisco $646.788 Billion
Chicago $601.984 Billion
Boston $487.776 Billion
Houston $474.607 Billion
Dallas $446.914 Billion
Philadelphia $421.231 Billion
Atlanta $313.786 Billion
Miami $303.592 Billion

Per Capita GDP, 2013
San Francisco $76,371
Houston $72,926
Washington DC $68,599
New York $67,748
Dallas $62,019
Chicago $60,732
Boston $60,661
Philadelphia $58,946
Los Angeles $52,222
Atlanta $50,891
Miami $47,090
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5. Săo Paulo, SP -- 519.328.000.000 -- 22.611.857


Seoul ----------------- US$ 535.8 bi --- 25.3 mi


Sooo, Sao Paulo is richer than Seoul?...hard to believe :/
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Brazil gets a lot of bad press while South Korea, only good stuff. That's why we should ignore all the bs and looking for original sources, data, hard evidence. To me, of course, there were very few surprises on the lists.

Brazilian currency was stronger in 2011 than today, but it seems Săo Paulo metro area will manage to be above the US$ 500 billion barrier.
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1,000,000 - 1,300,000

-------------------- GDP 2011 (US$) -- Pop. 2011

Oslo ---------------- 119.700.000.000 -- 1.144.883

Hartford ------------- 83.485.000.000 -- 1.213.255

New Orleans --------- 80.154.000.000 -- 1.191.089

Oklahoma City ------- 60.997.000.000 -- 1.278.053

Birmingham ---------- 53.547.000.000 -- 1.132.264

Grand Rapids --------- 47.583.000.000 -- 1.217.206

Rochester ------------ 46.351.000.000 -- 1.055.278

Buffalo --------------- 45.888.000.000 -- 1.134.039

Albany --------------- 45.037.000.000 -- 1.000.474

Greenville ------------ 42.556.000.000 -- 1.122.757


Kagoshima ------------ 41.139.000.000 -- 1.150.000

Fresno --------------- 35.491.000.000 -- 1.095.829

Sorocaba-Itu --------- 20.809.000.000 -- 1.275.253

Piracicaba-Limeira ---- 20.711.000.000 -- 1.239.227

Ribeirăo Preto -------- 18.239.000.000 -- 1.105.045

Londrina ------------- 12.919.000.000 -- 1.097.066

Aracaju --------------- 9.982.000.000 -- 1.030.706

Teresina -------------- 7.883.000.000 -- 1.130.487
Do you have GDP for Ottawa, Calgary, and Edmonton? Alberta had around 3.65 million people and GDP over $300 billion in 2011. Calgary and Edmonton each represent about a third of Alberta's population. Ottawa is a very wealthy metro (usually on par with Calgary and Edmonton), it being the capital. I realize none of this is concrete data, but all 3 very likely have GDP around $100 billion.


Alberta GDP and projection (in billions)
2013 $331.9
2014 $352.1
2015 $368.7
2016 $386.3
2017 $406.6


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