—Human Development Index is a composite index
to measure the development of human resources in each
country and four indicators of life expectancy, income per
capita, the average number of years studying and hope to the
number of years of education will be formed. Countries,
according to the Department of Human Development Index
rates countries with high human development, countries with
high human development, and human development countries
with medium and low human development countries are
divided. Development Goal is creating conditions where people
can live long and healthy life and knowledge benefit. Human
Resource Development Index as one of the important
indicators of economic development for each country and is
considered an effective role in economic development.
Importance of human development index led put review
Indian economy. Trend changes every three human resource
development index during the 30-year period from 1980 to
2010 of the goals of this research. In this article we will
consider relationship between GDP and three indicators of
human resources in India. In addition, we will evaluate
relationship and mutual effects of each of the three indicators
of human resource development in the Indian economy using
the latest (2010) formula provided by the United Nations. GDP
or income as the dependent variable and three indicators long
life, health and education as independent variables in the
research model have been told
—Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Human
Development Index (HDI).
Akbar Khodabakhshi is with Department of Economics, BU Ali Sina
University, Hamedan, Iran,(E-mail address; email@example.com ).
Cite:Akbar Khodabakhshi, "Relationship between GDP and Human Development Indices in India," International Journal of Trade, Economics and Finance vol.2, no.3, pp. 251-253, 2011.