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List of countries in Asia and Oceania by Human Development Index

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The Human Development Index (HDI) is a comparative measure of life expectancy, literacy, education and standards of living for countries worldwide. It is a standard means of measuring well-being, especially child welfare. It is used to distinguish whether the country is a developed, a developing or an under-developed country, and also to measure the impact of economic policies on quality of life. The index was developed in 1990 by Pakistani economist Mahbub ul Haq[1] and Indian economist Amartya Sen.[2]

The table below presents the latest Human Development Index (HDI)[3] for countries in Asia and the Pacific as included in a United Nations Development Programme's Human Development Report released on 14 September 2018 and based on data collected in 2017.[4] Data for China does not include Taiwan and the special administrative regions of Hong Kong and Macau.

Asian countries by Human Development Index (2017)      ≥ 0.900   0.850–0.899   0.800–0.849   0.750–0.799   0.700–0.749     0.650–0.699   0.600–0.649   0.550–0.599   0.500–0.549   0.450–0.499     0.400–0.449   ≤ 0.399   Data unavailable
Asian countries by Human Development Index (2017)
  ≥ 0.900
  0.850–0.899
  0.800–0.849
  0.750–0.799
  0.700–0.749
  0.650–0.699
  0.600–0.649
  0.550–0.599
  0.500–0.549
  0.450–0.499
  0.400–0.449
  ≤ 0.399
  Data unavailable

Countries with contiguous boundaries that are partially (but not entirely) located in Asia are shown here in italics, but HDI figures are given for the whole state. Taiwan (2015 data, calculated in 2017) and Macau (2016 data, calculated in 2018) are not ranked as they are not included in the latest report by the United Nations Development Programme; instead, they are calculated by their respective governments.

List of countries in Asia and Oceania by Human Development Index
Rank Country Human Development Index (HDI)
In region World HDI Value Change in HDI value 2016–17
2017
Very high human development
1 3  Australia 0.939 Increase 0.001
2 7  Hong Kong 0.933 Increase 0.003
3 9  Singapore 0.932 Increase 0.002
4 16  New Zealand 0.917 Increase 0.002
5 19  Japan 0.909 Increase 0.002
 Macau[5] 0.909
6 22  Israel 0.903 Increase 0.001
6 22  South Korea 0.903 Increase 0.003
 Taiwan[n 1][6] 0.885
8 32  Cyprus[n 2] 0.869 Increase 0.002
9 34  United Arab Emirates 0.863 Increase 0.001
10 37  Qatar 0.856 Increase 0.001
11 39  Brunei 0.853 Increase 0.001
11 39  Saudi Arabia 0.853 Decrease 0.001
13 43  Bahrain 0.846 Steady
14 48  Oman 0.821 Decrease 0.001
15 49  Russia[n 3] 0.816 Increase 0.001
16 56  Kuwait 0.803 Decrease 0.001
17 57  Malaysia 0.802 Increase 0.003
18 58  Kazakhstan[n 4] 0.800 Increase 0.003
High human development
19 60  Iran 0.798 Increase 0.002
19 60  Palau 0.798 Steady
21 64  Turkey[n 5] 0.791 Increase 0.004
22 70  Georgia[n 6] 0.780 Increase 0.004
23 76  Sri Lanka 0.770 Increase 0.002
24 80  Azerbaijan[n 7] 0.757 Steady
24 80  Lebanon 0.757 Increase 0.004
26 83  Armenia 0.755 Increase 0.006
26 83  Thailand 0.755 Increase 0.007
28 86  China 0.752 Increase 0.004
29 92  Fiji 0.741 Increase 0.003
29 92  Mongolia 0.741 Decrease 0.002
31 95  Jordan 0.735 Steady
32 98  Tonga 0.726 Increase 0.002
33 101  Maldives 0.717 Increase 0.005
34 104  Samoa 0.713 Increase 0.002
35 105  Uzbekistan 0.710 Increase 0.007
36 108  Turkmenistan 0.706 Increase 0.001
Medium human development
37 113  Philippines 0.699 Increase 0.003
38 115  Egypt[n 8] 0.696 Increase 0.002
39 116  Indonesia 0.694 Increase 0.003
39 116  Vietnam 0.694 Increase 0.005
41 119  Palestine 0.686 Decrease 0.003
42 120  Iraq 0.685 Increase 0.012
43 122  Kyrgyzstan 0.672 Increase 0.003
44 127  Tajikistan 0.650 Increase 0.003
45 130  India 0.640 Increase 0.004
46 131  Micronesia 0.627 Steady
47 132  East Timor 0.625 Decrease 0.006
48 134  Bhutan 0.612 Increase 0.003
48 134  Kiribati 0.612 Increase 0.002
50 136  Bangladesh 0.608 Increase 0.011
51 138  Vanuatu 0.603 Decrease 0.003
52 139  Laos 0.601 Increase 0.003
53 146  Cambodia 0.582 Increase 0.006
54 148  Myanmar 0.578 Increase 0.004
55 149    Nepal 0.574 Increase 0.005
56 150  Pakistan 0.562 Increase 0.002
Low human development
57 152  Solomon Islands 0.546 Increase 0.003
58 153  Papua New Guinea 0.544 Increase 0.001
59 155  Syria 0.536 Steady
60 168  Afghanistan 0.498 Increase 0.004
61 178  Yemen 0.452 Decrease 0.010

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References

  1. ^ "History of the Human Development Report". United Nations Development Programme. Archived from the original on 3 April 2009. Retrieved 26 March 2009.
  2. ^ "The Human Development concept". UNDP. 2010. Retrieved 29 July 2011.
  3. ^ "Table 1: Human Development Index and its components".
  4. ^ "Human Development Report 2018 – "Human Development Indices and Indicators"" (PDF). HDRO (Human Development Report Office) United Nations Development Programme. pp. 22–25. Retrieved 14 September 2018.
  5. ^ "Macao in Figures, 2018". www.dsec.gov.mo.
  6. ^ "2017中華民國人類發展指數 (HDI)" (in Chinese). Directorate General of Budget, Accounting and Statistics, Executive Yuan, R.O.C. 2017. Retrieved 21 April 2017.
  1. ^ Calculated by the Taiwanese government based on the new 2010 methodology.
  2. ^ Cyprus is geographically in Western Asia (or the Near East), though politically and culturally it is considered as being in Europe.
  3. ^ Located in Asia and Europe. Asian Russia makes over 75% of the country's territory, but only 22% of its population.
  4. ^ Mostly located in Central Asia, but its regions of West Kazakhstan and Atyrau are partly located in Europe.
  5. ^ The European portion of Turkey is known as East Thrace, making up about 3% of the country's land area and 14% of its population.
  6. ^ The municipality of Kazbegi is located in Europe, which makes up about 0.1% of the country's population.
  7. ^ The districts of Qusar, Shabran, Siazan, Khachmaz and Quba are geographically in Europe, placing about 5% of the population in Europe.
  8. ^ The portion of Egypt located in Asia is the Sinai Peninsula, comprising about 6% of the country's land mass.
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