It also means that Sweden will be better in the survey. Sweden go from tenth place on the development list to a fifth, according
to UNDP. The list is topped by Norway, followed by Australia and the Netherlands.
As an addition to the development list, UNDP also publishes an equality index and a poverty index. Sweden comes out top on
the list and considered the world's most equal country.
The rankings include health, length of training, parliamentary representation and professional work.
The UN has made this ranking HDI index (Human Development Index) since 1990 as an alternative to GDP as a measure of
national development. Gender equality index, poverty index and HDI adjusted for inequality within countries came last year.