Here is a great chart from The Economist website.
The countries where GDP per head grew fastest between 2001 and 2010—Equatorial Guinea, Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan—are all rich in natural resources, and were beneficiaries of the past decade’s boom in commodity prices.
Haiti and Zimbabwe have both explored how much ruin there is in a nation over the past decade and show little sign of improving. They are two of only 15 countries that have seen negative growth since 2001. Slow population growth also helps: although America’s economy has grown considerably faster than Japan’s since 2001, Japan’s population has shrunk while America’s has risen. This means that income per head in Japan has grown almost as rapidly as in America over this period.