|Type||Journal Article - Arth prabandh: A Journal of Economics and Management|
|Title||Identification and structural analysis of employment opportunities financial intermediation sector in different provinces during 2006 to 2011 using shift-share analysis|
The financial sector always plays the central role in development and economic growth, so the
relationship between financial development and economic growth appears to be essential.
Government in oil exporting countries, relying on oil revenues, has the possibility of extensive
arrival to financial markets and different changes in it. Thus, employment in this sector is very
important and efficient recruiting will stimulate booming in the financial intermediation sector.
Therefore, in this paper, using the shift-share analysis and spatial coefficient index, investigated
the employment in financial intermediation sector of whole country and separately for urban,
rural and non-resident over the period 2006-2011. The results indicate that some of the
provinces in financial intermediation sector have negative regional share effect and more than
half have positive effect and expressing comparative advantage of regions in this sector. In nonresident
regions, financial intermediation has negative regional share effect and in urban and
rural regions, most of the provinces have positive regional share effect. Employment related to
financial intermediation sector in the provinces of Ilam, Tehran, Semnan and Yazd is considered
as basic activities and in urban regions of the provinces of Ilam, Tehran, Semnan and Yazd and
in rural regions of the provinces of Ilam, Bushehr, Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari, South Khorasan,
Semnan, Fars, Kerman, Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad, Golestan, Gilan, Mazandaran,
Hormozgan and Yazd and in non-resident regions of the provinces of Sistan and Baluchistan,
Fars, Ghazvin and Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad are considered as basic activities.
|»||Iran, Islamic Rep. - General Census of Population and Housing 2006|
|»||Iran, Islamic Rep. - Population and Housing Census 2011|