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W N S E Human Development Report 2013 The Rise of the South: Human Progress in a Diverse World Empowered lives. Resilient nations.

  • Page 2 and 3: The 2013 Human Development Report i
  • Page 4 and 5: Human Development Reports 1990-2013
  • Page 6 and 7: Foreword The 2013 Human Development
  • Page 8 and 9: Acknowledgements The Human Developm
  • Page 10 and 11: Contents Foreword Acknowledgements
  • Page 12 and 13: “It is when we all play safe that
  • Page 14 and 15: The South needs the North, and incr
  • Page 16 and 17: Success is likely to be the result
  • Page 18 and 19: Unless people can participate meani
  • Page 20 and 21: The unprecedented accumulation of f
  • Page 22 and 23: “Across the globe, people are uni
  • Page 24 and 25: FIGURE 2 More than 40 countries of
  • Page 26 and 27: Latin America, in contrast to overa
  • Page 28 and 29: 2% in 1800. 18 Today the ratio exce
  • Page 30: New development partnerships have o
  • Page 33 and 34: 1. The state of human development F
  • Page 35 and 36: on the Human Development Index (HDI
  • Page 37 and 38: TABLE 1.1 HDI and components, by re
  • Page 39 and 40: Poor people do not just suffer from
  • Page 41 and 42: In South Asia, the highest MPI valu
  • Page 43 and 44: tends to result in better health ou
  • Page 45 and 46: years, the problem has been exacerb
  • Page 47 and 48: FIGURE 1.7 Few countries show both
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    meet the technological and competit

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    2. A more global South A striking f

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    MAP 2.1 Thailand’s export expansi

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    services. 19 Tourists spent roughly

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    BOX 2.3 Ties that bind: the mutual

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    BOX 2.4 Mobile phones and the Palap

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    BOX 2.5 Decent work in a competitiv

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    ase by 100 million connections a ye

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    Africa. 63 Brazil has transplanted

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    to promote regional and subregional

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    Global prospects are uncertain, and

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    3. Drivers of development transform

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    human well-being. Populations in la

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    BOX 3.2 What is a developmental sta

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    BOX 3.4 Investing in agriculture St

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    markets were not encouraged to expo

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    • Turkey. The state created favou

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    integration with the world economy,

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    exports had increased to about 4.8%

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    countries with higher government ex

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    BOX 3.7 Bangladesh makes dramatic a

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    coverage and large government expen

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    health and education services durin

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    4. Sustaining momentum Much of the

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    etter education of parents, especia

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    (HDI) countries. Gender inequality

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    practice. Even under autocratic gov

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    While environmental threats such as

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    ut in very different ways. Some poo

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    TABLE 4.4 Trends in dependency rati

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    exception is Ghana, where it is exp

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    progress will require coordinated p

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    5. Governance and partnerships for

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    and regional trade arrangements has

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    through the UN Development Cooperat

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    of North-South and South-South dial

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    and internationally. Over time, as

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    a welfare gain for the South of $59

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    international governance systems to

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    The world and the South have been t

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    ecause population growth outpaces e

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    The fast-developing countries chose

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    countries, the provision of health

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    27 UNDP 1993, 1996. 28 Fine and oth

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    ecause trading blocs consist of geo

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    Economic Consequences of Population

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    economicsurveysandcountrysurveillan

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    Secretary-General.” Sixty-Sixth S

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    Readers guide The 14 statistical ta

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    in table 7. Table 8 comprises stand

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    Table 1 Human Development Index and

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    table 1 Human Development index and

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    Table 2 Human Development Index tre

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    table 2 Human Development Index tre

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    Table 3 Inequality-adjusted Human D

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    table 3 Inequality-adjusted Human D

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    Table 4 Gender Inequality Index Gen

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    table 4 Gender Inequality Index Gen

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    Table 5 Multidimensional Poverty In

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    Table 6 Command over resources GDP

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    table 6 Command over resources GDP

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    Table 7 Health IMMUNIZATION COVERAG

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    table 7 Health IMMUNIZATION COVERAG

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    Table 8 Education EDUCATIONAL ATTAI

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    table 8 Education EDUCATIONAL ATTAI

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    Table 9 Social integration EMPLOYME

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    table 9 Social integration EMPLOYME

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    Table 10 International trade flows

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    table 10 International trade flows

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    Table 11 International capital flow

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    table 11 International capital flow

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    Table 12 Innovation and technology

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    table 12 Innovation and technology

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    Table 13 Environment PRIMARY ENERGY

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    table 13 Environment PRIMARY ENERGY

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    Table 14 Population trends Populati

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    table 14 Population trends Populati

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    Regions Arab States (20 countries o

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    Technical appendix: explanatory not

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    The base case scenario The base cas

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