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Table 1 Basic socioeconomic indicators for Greece, 2010–2013.

From: The Grand Tour: Keynes and Goodwin go to Greece

RegionsPopulationGRP/GDP (in 2013 million €)Per Capita GRP/GDP (in 2013 €)
2013%Growth 2010–20132013%Growth 2010–20132013Share of nationalGrowth 2010–2013
Attica39,12,84935.56− 2.2577,736.7748.51− 23.3319,8671.36− 21.56
North Aegean1,99,4781.81− 0.352282.151.42− 21.9211,4410.79− 21.65
South Aegean3,34,6523.040.605306.913.31− 20.1015,8581.09− 20.57
Crete6,30,0855.731.127596.564.74− 23.7912,0560.83− 24.63
Eastern Macedonia and Thrace6,10,1025.540.006212.833.88− 26.4110,1830.70− 26.40
Central Macedonia19,12,62417.38− 0.4821,440.3313.38− 23.0311,2100.77− 22.65
Western Macedonia2,81,3242.56− 1.793901.292.43− 14.6613,8680.95− 13.11
Epirus3,43,1283.12− 0.823538.352.21− 21.8110,3120.71− 21.16
Thessaly7,41,5936.74− 0.728040.215.02− 19.1510,8420.74− 18.57
Ionian Islands2,08,2411.89− 0.212719.881.70− 25.7713,0610.90− 25.62
Western Greece6,82,5836.20− 1.407339.464.58− 25.0710,7520.74− 24.00
Central Greece5,60,0935.090.087162.064.47− 21.2112,7870.88− 21.27
Peloponnese5,86,8635.33− 0.276959.914.34− 19.5911,8600.81− 19.37
Greece1,10,03,615100.00− 1.041,60,236.70100.00− 22.7614,5621.00− 21.95
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