List of administrative divisions of Greater China by Human Development Index

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This is a list of the first-level administrative divisions of the People's Republic of China (PRC), including all provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities, in order of their Human Development Index (HDI), alongside Taiwan. The 2014 figures for PRC divisions come from the 2016 China National Human Development Report (2016中国人类发展报告), published by United Nations Development Programme, the China Development Research Foundation, and the Renmin University of China. This report did not cover Hong Kong and Macau, which are special administrative regions of the PRC, nor Taiwan, which is governed by the Republic of China (ROC).

The HDI values of Hong Kong, as given in the UN Human Development Report, and of Macau and Taiwan, as provided by their respective governments, are included for comparison purposes.

List of administrative divisions of Greater China by Human Development Index (2014)[edit]

HDI of Greater China (2014 data)

Very High Human Development
  0.900 and above
  0.850–0.899
  0.800–0.849

High Human Development
  0.750–0.799
  0.700–0.749

Medium Human Development
  0.650–0.699
  0.600–0.649

  Data unavailable
Rank Province HDI Score (2014)[1] Comparable Country (estimate for 2014)[2]
Very High human development
1  Hong Kong 0.910[2]  Singapore, Liechtenstein
2  Macau 0.894  Israel
-  Taiwan (Republic of China) 0.882  Finland, Slovenia
3 Beijing 0.869  Czech Republic, Greece
4 Shanghai 0.852  Brunei, Cyprus
5 Tianjin 0.843  Poland
High human development
6 Jiangsu 0.798  Russia, Belarus
7 Zhejiang 0.798  Russia, Belarus
8 Liaoning 0.798  Russia, Belarus
9 Guangdong 0.772  Seychelles, Trinidad and Tobago
10 Shandong 0.769  Lebanon, Cuba
11 Jilin 0.768  Lebanon, Costa Rica
12 Inner Mongolia 0.766  Costa Rica, Iran
13 Fujian 0.758  Turkey, Sri Lanka
14 Heilongjiang 0.755  Brazil
15 Hubei 0.754  Georgia
-  China - Mainland Average
(Excluding Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan)
0.754  Georgia
16 Shaanxi 0.751  Azerbaijan
17 Chongqing 0.747  Ukraine, Macedonia
18 Shanxi 0.738  Algeria
19 Hainan 0.738  Algeria
20 Hunan 0.735  Algeria, Peru
21 Hebei 0.735  Algeria, Peru
22 Henan 0.727  Mongolia, Fiji
23 Ningxia 0.727  Mongolia, Fiji
24 Jiangxi 0.726  Thailand
25 Anhui 0.720  Colombia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
26 Sichuan 0.720  Colombia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
27 Xinjiang 0.718  Jamaica, Tonga
28 Guangxi 0.713  Suriname
Medium human development
29 Qinghai 0.694  Moldova
30 Gansu 0.689  Egypt, Turkmenistan
31 Guizhou 0.673  Uzbekistan
32 Yunnan 0.668  Philippines
33 Tibet 0.600  Bhutan, Timor Leste

List of large and medium-sized cities of Greater China by Human Development Index (2015)[edit]

City HDI Score (2015)[3]
Guangzhou 0.869
Beijing 0.860
Nanjing 0.859
Shenyang 0.854
Shenzhen 0.851
Shanghai 0.848
Tianjin 0.841
Xiamen 0.841
Wuhan 0.839
Dalian 0.839
Hangzhou 0.839
Ningbo 0.823
Qingdao 0.822
Changsha 0.817
Jinan 0.811
Taiyuan 0.800
Changchun 0.799
Zhengzhou 0.797
Hohhot 0.792
Hefei 0.791
Chengdu 0.791
Haikou 0.788
Nanchang 0.787
Fuzhou 0.785
Yinchuan 0.784
Kunming 0.782
Harbin 0.776
Xi'an 0.770
Urumqi 0.769
Lanzhou 0.767
Guiyang 0.761
Nanning 0.757
Shijiazhuang 0.757
Chongqing 0.747
Xining 0.743

Trend[edit]

Legend

Very High human development

  0.900 and above
  0.850–0.899
  0.800–0.849

High human development

  0.750–0.799
  0.700–0.749

Medium human development

  0.650–0.699
  0.600–0.649
  0.550–0.599

  Data unavailable
Legend

Very High human development

  0.900–0.949

High human development

  0.850–0.899
  0.800–0.849

Medium human development

  0.750–0.799
  0.700–0.749
  0.650–0.699
  0.600–0.649
  0.550–0.599
  0.500–0.549

Low human development

  0.450–0.499
  0.400–0.449
  0.350–0.399
  Data unavailable

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