# Converting a GDP series to constant international dollars

I want to convert a GDP series (I have it in current euros) of a country to constant 2005 international dollars. My idea is to divide the series by year 2005's $PPP$ conversion factor (the exchange rate) and adjust for inflation by dividing the whole series by the country's GDP deflator $(base \; year=2005)$.

Is this the right way to go? Do I need to adjust for inflation?

• Was my answer helpful? If not, let me know what is missing, to update. – luchonacho Sep 4 '17 at 6:31