Human Development

Human development may refer to:

  • Human development (biology), the process of a human becoming biologically mature
  • Developmental psychology, also known as human development
  • Human development (humanity), as it relates to economics and standards of living
  • Human Development Index, an index used to rank countries by level of human development

Other articles related to "human development":

List Of U.S. States By American Human Development Index
... states sorted by their American Human Development Index, according to the American Human Development Project ... The data were taken from the American Human Development Report ... is different from that used in the UN's Human Development Index, and these values can not be compared to those. ...
Legatum Prosperity Index - See Also
... Political economy Income inequality metrics National Human Development Report Post-materialism Socionomics Wikiprogress Happiness Philosophy of happiness ...
Congo Kinshasa - Economy - Mining
... A United Nations Human Development Index report shows human development to be one of the worst in decades ... Through 2011 the Democratic Republic of the Congo had the lowest Human Development Index of the 187 ranked countries, classified lower than Niger despite a higher margin of ...
List Of Countries By Human Development Index - List of Countries By Non-continental Region - Latin America
10 highest HDIs Rank Country HDI Very high human development 1 Chile 0.805 2 Argentina 0.797 High human development 3 Uruguay 0.783 4 Cuba 0.776 5 Mexico 0.770 6 Panama 0.768 7 Costa Rica 0.744 8 ...
List Of Sovereign States In Europe By Human Development Index
... is map and list of European countries by Human Development Index for year 2011 ... The colour indicators are as follows Medium Human Development, High Human Development and Very High Human Development ...

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