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World map representing Human Development Index categories (based on 2018 data, published in 2019).

Inequality-adjusted HDI (2019 report)

The Inequality-adjusted Human Development Index (IHDI)[13] is a "measure of the average level of human development of people in a society once inequality is taken into account".

The rankings are not relative to the HDI list above due to the exclusion of countries which are missing IHDI data.

  1.  Inequality-adjusted HDI (2019 report)

    The Inequality-adjusted Human Development Index (IHDI)[13] is a "measure of the average level of human development of people in a society once inequality is taken into account".

    The rankings are not relative to the HDI list above due to the exclusion of countries which are missing IHDI data.

    1.  Norway 0.889
    2.  Iceland 0.885
    3.   Switzerland 0.882
    4.  Japan 0.882
    5.  Finland 0.876
    6.  Sweden 0.874
    7.  Denmark 0.873
    8.  Netherlands 0.870
    9.  Ireland 0.865
    10.  Australia 0.862
    11.  Germany 0.861
    12.  Slovenia 0.858
    13.  Czech Republic 0.850
    14.  Belgium 0.849
    15.  United Kingdom 0.845
    16.  Austria 0.843
    17.  Canada 0.841
    18.  New Zealand 0.836
    19.  Luxembourg 0.822
    20.  Estonia 0.818
    21.  Hong Kong 0.815
    22.  Malta 0.815
    23.  Singapore 0.810
    24.  France 0.809
    25.  Israel 0.809
    26.  Slovakia 0.804
    27.  Poland 0.801
    28.  United States 0.797
    29.  Cyprus 0.788
    30.  South Korea 0.777
    31.  Hungary 0.777
    32.  Italy 0.776
    33.  Latvia 0.776
    34.  Lithuania 0.775
    35.  Croatia 0.768
    36.  Greece 0.766
    37.  Belarus 0.765
    38.  Spain 0.765
    39.  Kazakhstan 0.759
    40.  Montenegro 0.746
    41.  Russia 0.743
    42.  Portugal 0.742
    43.  Oman 0.725
    44.  Romania 0.725
    45.  Argentina 0.714
    46.  Bulgaria 0.714
    47.  Iran 0.706
    48.  Albania 0.705
    49.  Uruguay 0.703
    50.  Ukraine 0.701
    51.  Chile 0.696
    52.  Georgia 0.692
    53.  Mauritius 0.688
    54.  Sri Lanka 0.686
    55.  Armenia 0.685
    56.  Serbia 0.685
    57.  Azerbaijan 0.683
    58.  Barbados 0.675
    59.  Turkey 0.675

    Countries with ’very high human development’ with a missing IHDI: Liechtenstein, United Arab Emirates, Andorra, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Brunei, Bahrain, Palau, Kuwait, Bahamas, Malaysia and Seychelles.

    Past top countries

    The list below displays the top-ranked country from each year of the Human Development Index. Norway has been ranked the highest fifteen times, Canada eight times, and Japan three times. Iceland has been ranked highest twice.

    In each original HDI

    The year represents the time period from which the statistics for the index were derived. In parentheses is the year when the report was published.

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