Bong Chong

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Human Development
Report 2013
The Rise of the South:

Empowered lives.
Resilient nations.

Human Progress in a Diverse World

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Director and lead author
Khalid Malik

Research and statistics
Maurice Kugler (Head of Research), Milorad Kovacevic (Chief Statistician), Subhra Bhattacharjee, Astra Bonini, Cecilia
Calderón, Alan Fuchs, Amie Gaye, Iana Konova, Arthur Minsat, Shivani Nayyar, José Pineda and Swarnim Waglé

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References: Key to HDI countries and ranks, 2012 New forms of cooperation Human Development Index trends, 1980–2012 3

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