Australia if you have a filter of only countries with 10million+ population. Australia has 410 athletes with a population of 22.7million.
Per capita income of developed countries is much larger than that of developing countries.
per capita income of developing countries is very low in comparision to developed countries
Zimbabwe has the lowest real GDP per capita in the world, not adjusted for purchasing power parity (PPP).
GNP per capita in dollars was $15K in 2000 according to Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs Gross National Income per capita, expressed in purchasing power parity dollars to adjust for price level differences across countries. Not adjusted for inflation was $27110 in 2009 according to the World Bank via Google.
"Per capita" means "per person" - so this is just the average per person. If the style of life is similar in two countries, you would expect the per capita income, and per capita expenses, to be similar in both countries, even if they have vastly different populations.
No brainer. Israel.
You should use GDP per capita when comparing countries GDPs
Countries with higher GDPs per capita and less inequality are seen as more successful, and these qualities lead to more content and complacent citizens. This leads to less political corruption, or less emphasis on the political corruption.