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List of sovereign states in Europe by Human Development Index

This is map and list of European countries by Human Development Index for year 2011.[1] The colour indicators are as follows: Medium Human Development, High Human Development and Very High Human Development.

Rank State (51)[2] HDI
39 Albania 0,749
23 Andorra 0,846
45 Armenia 0,729
10 Austria 0,895
44 Azerbaijan 0,734
32 Belarus 0,793
9 Belgium 0,897
43 Bosnia and Herzegovina 0,735
36 Bulgaria 0,782
31 Croatia 0,805
21 Cyprus 0,848
19 Czech Republic 0,873
8 Denmark 0,901
23 Estonia 0,846
12 Finland 0,892
11 France 0,893
40 Georgia 0,745
3 Germany 0,920
20 Greece 0,860
26 Hungary 0,831
7 Iceland 0,906
4 Ireland 0,916
16 Italy 0,881
38 Kazakhstan 0,754
n/d Kosovo n/d
30 Latvia 0,811
15 Liechtenstein 0,883
29

Lithuania
Lithuania
0,814
17 Luxembourg 0,875
41 Macedonia 0,740
22 Malta 0,847
47 Moldova 0,660
n/d Monaco n/d
33 Montenegro 0,791
2 Netherlands 0,921
1 Norway 0,955
27 Poland 0,821
28 Portugal 0,816
35 Romania 0,786
34 Russia 0,788
n/d San Marino n/d
37 Serbia 0,769
25 Slovakia 0,840
13 Slovenia 0,892
14 Spain 0,885
4 Sweden 0,916
6 Switzerland 0,913
46 Turkey 0,722
41 Ukraine 0,740
18 United Kingdom 0,875
n/d Vatican City n/d

See also

References

  1. ^ http://hdr.undp.org/en/reports/global/hdr2011/
  2. ^ Only 51 sovereign states are listed, including Kosovo and Vatican which are not UN members. The status of Kosovo is disputed and is not recognised by all UN members, it is included here for statistical purposes.
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