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List of federal subjects of Russia by Human Development Index

Map showing the HDI of Russia by regions (2016).
Legend:
 > 0.950
 0.900 – 0.950
 0.850 – 0.900
 0.800 – 0.850
 < 0.800

This is a list of Russian federal subjects by Human Development Index as of 2016.[1]


Rank Federal subject HDI (2016) Comparable country (2016)
Very high human development
1  Moscow 0.931  New Zealand
2  Saint Petersburg 0.887  Cyprus
3  Tyumen Oblast
(including KMAO and YNAO)
0.887  Cyprus
4  Sakhalin Oblast 0.871  Estonia
5  Belgorod Oblast 0.866  United Arab Emirates
6  Tatarstan 0.864  United Arab Emirates
7  Krasnoyarsk Krai 0.854  Latvia
8  Komi 0.853  Latvia
9  Tomsk Oblast 0.852  Latvia
10  Sakha Republic 0.844  Hungary
11  Orenburg Oblast 0.842  Hungary
12  Sverdlovsk Oblast 0.842  Hungary
13  Omsk Oblast 0.840  Bahrain
14  Kursk Oblast 0.839  Bahrain
15  Magadan Oblast 0.839  Bahrain
16  Arkhangelsk Oblast
(including Nenets Autonomous Okrug NAO)
0.836  Croatia
17  Lipetsk Oblast 0.833  Oman
18  Bashkortostan 0.832  Oman
19  Krasnodar Krai 0.831  Argentina
20  Chelyabinsk Oblast 0.831  Argentina
21  Murmansk Oblast 0.831  Argentina
22  Novosibirsk Oblast 0.830  Argentina
23  Yaroslavl Oblast 0.828  Argentina
24  Udmurtia 0.828  Argentina
25  Samara Oblast 0.827  Argentina
26  Perm Krai 0.827  Argentina
27  Kemerovo Oblast 0.825  Argentina
28  Saratov Oblast 0.824  Argentina
29  Oryol Oblast 0.823  Argentina
30  Volgograd Oblast 0.822  Belarus
31  Irkutsk Oblast 0.822  Belarus
32  Kaliningrad Oblast 0.821  Belarus
33  Nizhny Novgorod Oblast 0.820  Belarus
34  Kaluga Oblast 0.820  Belarus
35  Moscow Oblast 0.820  Belarus
36  Karelia 0.819  Belarus
37  Vologda Oblast 0.818  Belarus
38  North Ossetia-Alania 0.817  Belarus
 Russia (average) 0.816  Montenegro
39  Khabarovsk Krai 0.816  Montenegro
40  Rostov Oblast 0.816  Montenegro
41  Primorsky Krai 0.814  Palau
42  Khakassia 0.814  Palau
43  Voronezh Oblast 0.813  Barbados
44  Astrakhan Oblast 0.812  Barbados
45  Kamchatka Krai 0.812  Barbados
46  Chuvashia 0.812  Barbados
47  Ryazan Oblast 0.811  Barbados
48  Ulyanovsk Oblast 0.811  Barbados
49  Mordovia 0.810  Kuwait
50  Leningrad Oblast 0.809  Kuwait
51  Kurgan Oblast 0.809  Kuwait
52  Kirov Oblast 0.808  Kuwait
53  Novgorod Oblast 0.808  Kuwait
54  Kostroma Oblast 0.806  Turkey
55  Tambov Oblast 0.806  Turkey
56  Altai Krai 0.805  Bahamas
57  Smolensk Oblast 0.804  Malaysia
58  Amur Oblast 0.803  Malaysia
59  Tula Oblast 0.802  Seychelles
60  Penza Oblast 0.802  Seychelles
61  Dagestan 0.802  Seychelles
62  Vladimir Oblast 0.800  Seychelles
High human development
63  Adygea 0.799  Serbia
64  Bryansk Oblast 0.798  Iran
65  Chukotka Autonomous Okrug 0.798  Iran
66  Tver Oblast 0.797  Iran
67  Stavropol Krai 0.797  Iran
68  Mari El 0.796  Mauritius
69  Buryatia 0.796  Mauritius
70  Kabardino-Balkaria 0.795  Panama
71  Ingushetia 0.790  Albania
72  Zabaykalsky Krai 0.790  Albania
73  Jewish Autonomous Oblast 0.786  Georgia
74  Karachay-Cherkessia 0.785  Georgia
75  Kalmykia 0.782  Sri Lanka
76  Pskov Oblast 0.781  Sri Lanka
77  Ivanovo Oblast 0.778  Cuba
78  Altai Republic 0.777  Saint Kitts and Nevis
79  Chechnya 0.765  Thailand
80  Tuva 0.750  Moldova

Federal districts

This is a list of Russian federal districts by Human Development Index as of 2018.[2] Unlike the above list, this one is calculated using the new methodology.

Very high human development
Rank Federal district HDI (2018) Comparable countries (2018)[3]
1 Central Federal District 0.846  Hungary,  Brunei,  Chile
2 Ural Federal District 0.841  Bahrain,  Croatia
3 Northwestern Federal District 0.834  Oman
 Russia (average) 0.824  Argentina
4 Far Eastern Federal District 0.810  Kuwait,  Uruguay
5 Volga Federal District 0.805  Bahamas
6 Southern Federal District 0.801  Seychelles
High human development
7 Siberian Federal District 0.796  Mauritius
8 North Caucasian Federal District 0.794  Costa Rica

See also

References

  1. ^ National Human Development Report, Russian Federation, 2013 Archived 2018-01-27 at the Wayback Machine, P. 150.
  2. ^ "Sub-national HDI - Area Database - Global Data Lab". hdi.globaldatalab.org. Retrieved 18 March 2020.
  3. ^ "Human Development Report 2019 – "Human Development Indices and Indicators"" (PDF). HDRO (Human Development Report Office) United Nations Development Programme. pp. 22–25. Retrieved 18 March 2020.

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