|Asian or Pacific Islander||313||21.95|
|Middle Eastern or Central Asian||120||8.42|
|(New World) Hispanic or Brazilian||75||5.26|
Particularly for Eastern Europe, individual classifications may be less accurate than my classifications of US billionaires, but the overall breakdown should be reasonably close to reality. I may have incorrectly included a few people in the Jewish list, but if anything probably incorrectly left off a larger number -- my Jewish category should be more accurate/comprehensive than Forbes Israel's "Richest Jews" list in any case. Note that I've arbitrarily chosen to include Tatars in the Middle Eastern category, along with Armenians, Azerbaijanis, etc. Mongoloid-appearing Kazakhs were included in the Asian category. I generally put Latin Americans with Northern European or Italian names (who were not obviously mestizo) in the appropriate European category.
You're free to post any corrections.
- 2012 Forbes 400 by ethnic origins
- The world's richest Jews (an incomplete list)
- Ethnic origins of US attendees of 2013 World Economic Forum in Davos
Full list below.