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Shift share analysis is an effective regional planning tool to explore the regional competitiveness and industrial composition. In this study the regional competitiveness among the selected districts ...

Shift share analysis is an effective regional planning tool to explore the regional competitiveness and industrial composition. In this study the regional competitiveness among the selected districts of Bangladesh in terms of regional employment figure in the main activity sectors has been tried to develop. The comparative scenario among the several districts has been figured out and the regional influencing factors behind that have been analyzed.

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  • Plan 434 Regional Planning Studio Shift Share Analysis Based on Main Activity Sectors of Selected Districts of Bangladesh Submitted by: Group 04 (0615015) (0615019) (0615020) (0615030)
  • Course No: Plan 434 Course Title: Regional Planning Studio Shift Share Analysis Based on Main Activity Sectors of Selected Districts of Bangladesh Submitted to: Dr. Ishrat Islam, Associate Professor, Dept. of URP, BUET Dr. Afsana Haque, Assistant Professor, Dept. of URP, BUET Anindya Kishore Debnath, Lecturer, Dept. of URP, BUET Submitted by: Group-04 Imam Hossain (06 15 015) Tazrina Habib Ananya (06 15 019) Shahadat Hossain Shakil (06 15 020) Khaled Bin Abdul Quader (06 15 030) Level-4, Term-1 Date of Submission: 18th May, 2011 Department of Urban and Regional Planning Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology
  • Acknowledgement First and foremost, thanks to the merciful and benevolent Almighty to give us patience, energy and capability to work hard for completing the report. We wish to express our earnest gratitude and indebtedness to our respectable course teachers Dr. Israt Islam, Associate Professor; Dr. Afsana Haque, Assistant Professor and Aninday Kishore Debnath, Lecturer Department of Urban and Regional Planning, BUET for their intimate co-operation and support, valuable advice, comment, constant encouragement and supervision which have inspired us to carry out this study successfully. Thanks to the pre-researchers for their meaningful, thoughtful works which enriched our knowledge. i
  • Abstract Shift share analysis is an effective regional planning tool to explore the regional competitiveness and industrial composition. In this study the regional competitiveness among the selected districts of Bangladesh in terms of regional employment figure in the main activity sectors has been tried to develop. The comparative scenario among the several districts has been figured out and the regional influencing factors behind that have been analyzed. ii
  • Table of Contents Contents Page No. Acknowledgement i Abstract ii Table of contents iii List of illustrations iv Chapter-01: Introduction 1 1.1 Background of the Study 1 1.2 Concept of Shift Share Analysis 1 1.2 Objectives of the Study 2 1.3 Methodology of the Study 3 Chapter - 02: Analysis 4 2.1 Inter District Analysis 4 2.2 Intra District Analysis 5 2.3 Sector wise Analysis 13 Chapter – 03: Major Findings 14 3.1 Findings 14 3.2 Recommendations 14 3.3 Conclusion 15 References Appendices iii
  • List of Tables Tables Page No. Table-1: Explanation of the Shift Share Components 2 T Table-2: Progressive and Less Progressive Districts of Each Sector 13 List of Figures Figures Page No. Fig-1: Schematic Diagram of the Methodology 3 Fig-2: Shift Share components of different activity sectors 6 (based on employment data) of Bagerhat district Fig-3: Shift Share components of different activity sectors 7 (based on employment data) of Khulna district Fig-4: Shift Share components of different activity sectors 8 (based on employment data) of Faridpur district Fig-5: Shift Share components of different activity sectors 9 (based on employment data) of Kishoreganj district Fig-6: Shift Share components of different activity sectors 10 (based on employment data) of Narsingdi district Fig-7: Shift Share components of different activity sectors 11 (based on employment data) of Rajbari district Fig-8: Shift Share components of different activity sectors 11 (based on employment data) of Satkhira district Fig-9: Shift Share components of different activity sectors 12 (based on employment data) of Netrokona district Fig-10: Shift Share components of different activity sectors (based on employment data) of Shariatpur district iv 13
  • PLAN 434 Regional Planning Studio Chapter - 01: Introduction 1.1 Background of the Study Shift share analysis is a traditional tool in the regional planning discipline. Through a descriptive analysis of the productive structure, it allows the comparison of regional differences within a country, region or state. Shift share analysis is one way to account for the competitiveness of a region's industries and to analyze the local economic base. This analysis is primarily used to decompose employment changes within an economy over a specific period of time into mutually exclusive factors. Like other analytical economic tools, the shift share technique is only a descriptive tool that should be used in combination with other analysis to provide a summary of a region's key employment potential industries. 1.2 Concept of Shift Share Analysis As a regional planning tool shift share analysis explores the scenario of economic growth of a region which is generated by a national growth in that sector, supportive industry mix and comparative advantage of that particular region. The shift-share analysis divides the change in local industry employment into three components: National Growth Share (Nj): The share of local job growth that can be attributed to growth of the national economy. Specifically, if the nation as a whole is experiencing employment growth, ("a rising tide lifts all boats"), one would expect total national growth to exert a positive growth influence on the local area. Industrial Mix/Proportionality Shift (Pj): The industrial mix or proportionality shift component reflects differences in industry “mix” between the local and national levels. The mix-factor examines how national growth or decline of a particular industry translates into local growth or decline of that industry. Local Share/Regional Shift/Differential Shift (Dj): This share of local job growth describes the extent to which factors unique to the local area have caused growth or decline in regional employment of an industrial group. Even during periods of general prosperity, some regions and some industries grow faster than others do. This is usually attributed to some local comparative advantage such as natural resources, linked industries, or favorable local labor situations. 1|P age
  • PLAN 434 Regional Planning Studio The formula of calculating various components of shift share analysis are given below. National Share, Nj = ∑ [ Eijo(Et/Eo) – Eijo] Proportionality Shift Component, Pj = ∑ [(Eit/Eio)-(Et/Eo)]Eijo Differential Shift Component, Dj = ∑ [(Eijt/Eijo)-(Eit/Eio)]Eijo Total Regional Growth, Gj = Ejt – Ejo = Nj + Pj + Dj Total Net Shift Component, (P+D)j = Ejt – (Et/Eo)Ejo = Gj – Nj Where, Ej = total employment in region j; E = total national employment o,t = initial and terminal period; i = industry subscript Table-1: Explanation of the Shift Share Components Total Regional Growth<National Growth + Industry of interest is growing Industry of interest is declining + Local competitiveness is present for economic growth - Differential Shift Component Total Regional Growth>National Growth - Proportionality Shift Component + - Net Shift Component Local competiveness is absent for economic growth 1.3 Objectives of the Study  To find out the regional employment growth of the selected districts and contribution of shift share components.  To identify the influential factors of the regional growth and the probable reason behind that.  To carry out inter regional comparison of shift share components. 2|P age
  • PLAN 434 Regional Planning Studio 1.4 Methodology of the Study To achieve the stated objectives employment data according to main activity sector of the selected 9 districts (Figure: Appendix-A) of Bangladesh has been collected for the two time frames 1991 and 2001 (Table: Appendix-A1). All districts data has been compiled to find out the national employment change and the sector/activity wise employment change nationally, over the time period (Table: Appendix-A1). Then by applying the shift share analysis formula the regional growth of the selected districts has been determined. During the calculation process the three different share and shift component (national share, proportionality shift and differential shift) for every activity sector of every district has been obtained (Table: AppendixA2). These values are further used in the analysis stage to carry out the intra and inter regional analysis. The intra regional analysis in terms of the most influential activity sector in the regional growth and the factors behind that has been figured out. Inter regional comparison in terms of regional growth component and activity wise prominent districts have been sorted in the later stage. After the analysis process the major findings has been listed out and a report has been prepared to describe and elaborate the whole process. Project identification and fixation of objectives Data collection and compilation Calculation of shift share components Intra and inter regional analysis Major findings and report preparation Figure-1: Schematic Diagram of the Methodology 3|P age
  • PLAN 434 Regional Planning Studio Chapter - 02: Analysis 2.1 Inter District Analysis To achieve one of the objective of the study inter regional or inter district comparison has been carried out in terms of regional employment growth (Figure-1: Appendix-B). Meanwhile the shift share components have been also compared among the districts to assess the major factor behind the regional employment growth (Figure-1, 2: Appendix-B). The analysis has been carried out by comparing the percentage change values of the national share, proportionality shift, differential shift and regional growth with respect to the total employment in the respective region in 1991 (Table: Appendix-B1). The percentage change instead of absolute values has been used to assess the actual magnitude of the change and to find out the actual progressive regions. If absolute values are used in the analysis process it may can give wrong scenario; because if any regions total employment data is already high in the previous time frame it will give a higher values for all shift share components than a region which had a lower total regional employment data in the past though the two region experiencing same kind of growth. So to explore the actual change the percentage change values has been used for this purpose. The absolute values of the shift share components have been used to compare the percentage composition of the regional growth among the regions (Table: Appendix-B1). The comparison of the shift share component among the selected 9 districts is illustrated in the next page (Figure-1: Appendix-B). From that illustration it can be summarized that only Bagerhats regional employment growth crossed the national employment growth during the study period 1991-2001. The rest of the districts regional employment growth is less than the national employment growth. The factor responsible for the high regional growth of Bagerhat is the positive differential shift component of Bagerhat. That means the local advantage/local factors played an influential role for the regional employment change. The reverse situation can be found for Narsingdi district. It has the lowest regional employment growth followed by the highest negative differential shift of employment growth. From the illustrations, inter district comparison of employment growth and shift share components (Figure-1: Appendix-B) and the comparison of percentage composition of the regional growth among the regions (Figure-2: Appendix-B); it can be seen positive regional 4|P age
  • PLAN 434 Regional Planning Studio growth occurred mainly because of the national share. Its contribution is the maximum. But the main influential factor behind the variation of the regional employment growth among the districts is the differential shift component. In the districts where the differential shift component is positive it experienced a better regional growth and vice versa. The proportionality shift component played a weak role in case of regional employment change for all the districts. In summary from the above analysis it can be stated that only Bagerhat is expanding better than the national trend, the rest of the district is lag behind in this case. The national declining trend of the activity sectors very weakly influenced the regional growth. The local level growth of the activity sectors in the selected districts is poor and hampering the net regional employment growth. The regional growth scenario with respect to the national growth is represented with the help of a map (Figure-3: Appendix-B2). In that map the selected districts has been classified into 4 classes according to their comparative situation of regional growth with respect the national growth. From that map it can be summarized that maximum districts experienced a regional growth ranging half to two-third of the national growth. The percentage value of the regional employment growth of the respective regions with respect to the national employment growth is shown in the appendix. (Table: Appendix-B1) 2.2 Intra District Analysis For intra regional analysis total regional growth of a district and employment growth of each sector of that district has been considered. Regional growth is consists of three Shift Share components and each of these components has its distinct impact. To analyze the influence of these three components on sectoral employment growth of each region column charts has been used. As for all the activity sectors regional growth is not same, if charts have been drown with the absolute value of growth of all the sectors it will not represent the contribution of each Shift Share components properly. So, growth of each sector has been considered as 100% for a better representation. In Intra regional analysis one aim is to find out the striking factors for a district and to identify the possible reasons behind that. For discovering the remarkable factors differential shift component has been considered as it is the main influential component for a regional growth which separates one region from another. 5|P age
  • PLAN 434 Regional Planning Studio Bagerhat District In Bagerhat district the national share component has the major impact on total regional employment growth. More than 50% employment growth of Bagerhat district has been generated because of national employment growth. It has been also found that the contribution of Differential shift component is also vital which implies almost 40% share of regional growth. So it could be said that that Bagerhat has some local advantages which has influenced the employment growth in this district. But the proportionality shift has a negative impact on the employment growth. There is a little decrease in total employment because of the composition pattern of different sectors in Bagerhat. One remarkable factor of Bagerhat is it has an employment growth in agricultural sectors more than national employment growth of this sector. When in most of the districts differential shifts of agriculture sector contain a negative value, Bagerhat has a positive value which is because of any local influential factor of this district. This influential factor is may be the huge production of Shrimp in Bagerhat. In this district 36.24% people’s main income source is fishing and there are 12563 fisheries (Shrimp cultivation) in Bagerhat. Bagerhat has a large amount of Shrimp production than any other district of Bangladesh which makes great impact on its employment growth in agricultural sector. Percentage Shift share components of Bagerhat district 100% 75% 50% 25% 0% -25% -50% -75% Activity sectors National Share(N) Proportionality Shift(P) Differential Shift(D) Fig-2: Shift Share components of different activity sectors (based on employment data) of Bagerhat district 6|P age
  • PLAN 434 Regional Planning Studio Business sector has a negative differential shift in Bagerhat; it states that employment growth in this sector was less the national employment growth of this sector. One reason behind it could be the inefficiency of Mongla port in previous years. The Port is the principal Port of the Bangladesh but it been facing some problems, as a result the loading and unloading of goods have being very slow. For its inefficiency there could be an increase in employment of business sector in Bagerhat. Khulna District In Khulna district more than 50% employment growth has been generated because of national employment growth. Proportionality shift has a very mild impact on regional employment growth but differential shift has negatively influenced the employment growth. It could be recognized that employment in this district has grew more slowly than the nation because of regional share effects. In Khulna differential shift for agriculture has a positive value which implies that this sector has been flourishing in this district for any local advantage. This advantage is may be the large quantity of Jute production in Khulna which generates many employments in this sector. Employment growth of Industry is also fast growing in Khulna then the national employment growth in industry. It may be for concentration of several industries in Khulna like Shipyard, Jute mills, Paper mills, Hard board mills, Textile mills, Steel mills. Many new mills have been established under private ownership and generated a large number of employments. Because of establishment of some new Educational institutes, Health services, Percentage Banks and NGOs employment in service sector has been also increased. 100% 75% 50% 25% 0% -25% -50% -75% Shift share components of Khulna district Activity sectors National Share(N) Proportionality Shift(P) Differential Shift(D) Fig-3: Shift Share components of different activity sectors (based on employment data) of Khulna district 7|P age
  • PLAN 434 Regional Planning Studio Faridpur District In Faridpur district influence of national employment growth is very much prominent upon regional employment growth. More than 75% employment growth in this district has been generated because of national employment growth. Impact of proportionality shift is very few and differential shift has a negative influence. It means because of some location disadvantage there is a few decrease in employment growth. Percenrage Shift share components of Faridpur district 100% 75% 50% 25% 0% -25% -50% -75% Activity sectors National Share(Nj) Proportionality Shift(Pj) Differential Shift(Dj) Fig-4: Shift Share components of different activity sectors (based on employment data) of Faridpur district In Faridpur district agriculture sector has a negative differential shift. A possible reason behind this could be a decline of jute industry due to low prices on the international market which leads to shutting down of many jute plants. Urbanization could also be a reason behind decreasing no. of employment in agricultural sector. There is an increase in employment of transportation and communication sector than the national growth which may be for construction of new roads Kishoreganj District In Kishoreganj district national employment growth has a great influence on regional employment growth. More than 75% of regional growth has been occurred as a result of national employment growth. Proportionality shift has a little impact and differential shift has a negative influence which means that there is a concentration of slow growing sectors. Employment in agricultural sector in Kishoreganj could not be able to grow as like as the national employment growth of agriculture. One reason behind it could be a decrease in egg production which is the main agricultural product of Kishoreganj. In 1998 egg production has 8|P age
  • PLAN 434 Regional Planning Studio been reduced due to flood and may people stopped poultry farming. Employment in Industry sector also could not grow as national employment growth of industry these may be for shutting down of some mills in Kishoreganj like Kalia Chapra Sugar Mill, Kishoreganj Sugar Mill, and Badam Tail Mills. Employment in Service sector has been increased may be because of establishment of new service facilities like Jahurul Islam Medical College and Hospital which started its journey in a broad scale from 1992. Percentage Shift share components of Kishoreganj district 100% 75% 50% 25% 0% -25% -50% -75% National Share(N) Activity Sectors Proportionality Shift(P) Differential Shift(D) Fig-5: Shift Share components of different activity sectors (based on employment data) of Kishoreganj district Narsingdi District In Narshindi District more than 60% employment growth has been generated as an impact of national employment growth. Differential shift comprises a negative value which means that because of some local factors employment growth has faced obstacle and could not grow as the national growth. Employment growth of agriculture sector in Narsingdi could not be as the national employment growth of this sector. The main reason behind this could be the rapid urbanization of this district. The urbanization rate of this district is faster than other district because of close proximity with Dhaka. May be there is shift of employment from agricultural sector to business and service sector. Narsingdi has large amount of employment in Water, Gas, Electricity sector other districts. The possible reason behind this would be the large no. of employment engaged in Narsingdi gas field and Ghorashal power plant. 9|P age
  • PLAN 434 Regional Planning Studio Shift share components of Narsingdi district 100% Percentage 75% 50% 25% 0% -25% -50% National Share(N) Activity sectors Proportionality Shift(P) Differential Shift(D) Fig-6: Shift Share components of different activity sectors (based on employment data) of Narsingdi district Rajbari District In Rajbari district the main influential component on regional growth is National share. More than 75% employment growth has been generated because of national employment growth. But the local factors could not make an employment growth in Rajbari, so the differential shift is negative for this district. Proportionality shift is also negative which implies that there is a concentration of slow growing sectors. In Rajbari employment growth in agriculture could not be as fast as national employment growth in agriculture which is may be because of urbanization. As Rajbari is located at near Dhaka, it has faced a rapid urbanization which results a decline of cropped land and as well as employment in agriculture. Several development projects have been completed within 1991 in Rajbari which generated a large no. of employment in transportation and communication sector. 10 | P a g e
  • PLAN 434 Regional Planning Studio Percentage Shift share components of Rajbari district 100% 75% 50% 25% 0% -25% -50% -75% National Share(N) Activity Sectors Proportionality Shift(P) Differential Shift(D) Fig-7: Shift Share components of different activity sectors (based on employment data) of Rajbari district Satkhira District In Satkhira contribution of national employment growth is very significant on regional employment growth as national share component contains 80% share of regional growth. Differential shift and proportionality shift has negative influence which implies that the composition pattern and local factors could not contribute in regional employment growth. Percentage . 100% 75% 50% 25% 0% -25% -50% -75% Shift share components of Satkhira district Activty Sectors National Share(N) Proportionality Shift(P) Differential Shift(D) Fig-8: Shift Share components of different activity sectors (based on employment data) of Satkhira district In Satkhira there is a remarkable increase in employment of service sector than the national employment growth of service sector. It may be because of increased no. of Educational institutes, Health services, Banks, NGOs and Co-operative societies 11 | P a g e
  • PLAN 434 Regional Planning Studio Netrokona District In Netrokona dstrict 60% of total employment growth has been took place due to national employment growth. Proportionality shift and differential shift has negatively influenced the regional growth. In Netrokona employment growth in agriculture is less the national employment growth of agriculture which has influenced by any local factor. May be it happened because of shifting of large amount of labors to abroad. There is a employment growth in Transportation and communication sectors more than the national employment growth of this sector which may be due to several new development projects. Percentage Shift share components of Netrokona district 100% 75% 50% 25% 0% -25% -50% -75% Activity Sectors National Share(N) Proportionality Shift(P) Differential Shift(D) Fig-9: Shift Share components of different activity sectors (based on employment data) of Netrokona district Shariatpur District In Satriatpur district national share component contains 60% share of regional growth and differential shift has a negative influence on regional employment growth. Employment in agriculture could not cope up with national growth. As the amount of cropped land has decreased the employment in agriculture has also decreased. Employment growth in industry sector is more than the national growth, may be because of concentration of many cottage industry. 12 | P a g e
  • PLAN 434 Regional Planning Studio Percentage Shift share components of Shariatpur district 100% 75% 50% 25% 0% -25% -50% -75% Activity Sectors National Share(N) Proportionality Shift(P) Differential Shift(D) Fig-10: Shift Share components of different activity sectors (based on employment data) of Shariatpur district 2.3 Sector wise Analysis In sector wise analysis the aim is to compare the employment growth of each sector in different districts. Employment growth has been calculated in percentage for different sectors of each district with respect to the employment of that sector in 1991 (Figure-4: Appendix-B3 and Table: Appendix-B4). From the figure it could be easily recognized that which sector is progressive in which district and which sector is less progressive in which district. This is shown in Table-2 in a summarized form. Table-2: Progressive and Less Progressive Districts of Each Sector Activity Sector Progressive District Less Progressive District Household Work Rajbari, Shatkhira Shariatpur Agriculture Khulna, Bagerhat Narsingdi Industry Khulna, Faridpur Netrokona, Bagerhat, Water/Electricity/Gas Shatkhira, Bagerhat Netrokona,Kishoreganj Shatkhira, Khulna Construction Rajbari,Faridpur, Shatkhira Transportation Netrokona,Rajbari Kishoreganj Khulna &Communication Business Kishoreganj Bagerhat Service Shatkhira Rajbari, Bagerhat Others Bagerhat Khulna, Netrokona, Shariatpur,Faridpur 13 | P a g e
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  • PLAN 434 Regional Planning Studio Chapter – 03: Major Findings 3.1 Findings National Growth  National employment growth is in a positive trend (14.4%) over the time period 19912001 reflecting a developing and rising economic scenario.  National employment growth (14.4%) has a significant influence on the regional growth of each sector of each region.  In most of the region the regional growth is positive because of national share; which reflect nationally moderate policy making and resource allocation for the regional level development but the failure of the regions own capability to generate employment opportunities through local level investments. Industrial Mix  Household; Agriculture; Water, Gas, Electricity and Service – these four sectors could not flourish like the National Trend.  Industry; Construction; Transportation and Communication; Business and Others – these sectors has been expanded more than National Trend.  The overall scenario of the industrial mix in the studied region is the declination of agricultural and service sector and the rising of industry and construction sector which is the indicator of a developing countries economy of the third world country. Regional/ Local Factors  Different local factors have the crucial influence on regional growth such as local climatic advantage (i.e. salty water of Bagerhat for shrimp production), geographical location advantage (i.e. location of Khulna district near sea for shipyard industry) etc.  The variation in the regional among the region is mainly because of regional shift.  Most of the regions total regional growth is not highly supported by the local employment growth because of the lack of prosperity in maximum sector at the local level. 3.2 Recommendations  Encouragement in the regional/district level investment in the relatively weak sectors (i.e Agriculture, Service etc.) to generate more employment.  Using the local advantage of the regions in a more fruitful way to generate more employment by using the limited resources in a more effective way. 14 | P a g e
  • PLAN 434 Regional Planning Studio 3.3 Conclusion Regional competitiveness and industrial variation can be analyzed through the shift share analysis. By using this traditional descriptive tool the potential sectors of any region and the possible local factors behind that can be identified. The regional shifting of various factors among various sectors can be analyzed but it cannot be explicitly pinpointed. Though it is a very effective tool for analyzing the industrial structure of a region it should be used in combination with the other regional analysis and helping database to assess the reasons behind the shift and share more explicitly. 15 | P a g e
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  • Appendix-A Figure: Selected Study Districts
  • Appendix-A1 1991 Employment Data Zilla Main Activity Sector Household Agriculture Industry Water, Electricity and Gas Construction Transport Business Service Others District Total Bagerhat 386441 185695 4136 295 5010 9418 64008 8767 10598 Khulna 506657 190924 34420 1893 10643 21533 104102 10297 220107 Faridpur 390893 256842 5748 433 5643 9023 51925 5868 78835 Kishoreganj 566613 424505 10068 550 5639 10437 75820 10160 96627 Narsingdi 407428 233533 46766 941 4913 9270 70528 7071 88806 Rajbari 209667 152979 4106 221 2792 4529 29411 3999 34186 Shatkhira 421945 271596 9809 232 6696 8341 67282 4979 70063 Netrokona 448199 375830 3718 331 3482 3088 45605 5822 72921 Shariatpur 237723 162483 2742 194 2630 3117 27306 2615 36907 Activity Total 3575566 2254387 121513 5090 47448 78756 535987 59578 709050 TableP20: Population 10 years and over by main activity Zilla Series, Population Census of Bangladesh,1991 674368 1100576 805210 1200419 869256 441890 860943 958996 475717 2001 Employment Data Zilla Household Agriculture Industry Water, Electricity and Gas Bagerhat 405292 228083 3813 Khulna 548435 255507 42800 Faridpur 424471 280585 7081 Kishoreganj 613553 442638 8607 Narsingdi 430635 238139 46967 Rajbari 229300 163339 4583 Shatkhira 463927 308553 8900 Netrokona 482603 404116 3562 Shariatpur 244676 175299 3414 Activity Total 3842892 2496259 129727 Table C05: Population 10 years and over by main activity Community Series, Population Census of Bangladesh,2001 505 2151 641 677 1297 352 429 357 287 6696 Main Activity Sector Construction Transport Business Service Other(Including Hotel) 8086 17437 13488 12799 10907 7941 7511 7720 4718 90607 15405 34338 20237 21730 18677 11090 15964 11221 6177 154839 70644 121274 64182 102262 83798 36326 82551 57008 34904 652949 7911 13607 6023 10410 9867 3174 8513 6069 2785 68359 92064 183166 74219 106899 94953 34218 76018 68469 35428 765434 District Total 831803 1218715 890927 1319575 935240 490323 972366 1041125 507688
  • Appendix-A1 Population 10 Years and Over by Main Activity in 1991 Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Zila Gazipur Gopalganj Jamalpur Madaripur Manikganj Mushiganj Mymensingh Narayanganj Sherpur Tangail Bagerhat Khulna Faridpur Kishoreganj Narsingdi Rajbari Shatkhira Netrokona Shariatpur Barishal Bandarban Patuakhali Rangamati Pirozpur Khagrachari Bhola Jhalokathi Barguna Pabna Household Agriculture Work 402,341 266,084 489,640 274,334 321,028 283,307 988,534 384,381 278,380 790,210 386,441 506,657 390,893 566,613 407,428 209,667 421,945 448,199 237,723 551,356 53,004 336,937 88,415 302,348 86,615 357,755 178,975 211,193 477,476 240,346 178,151 377,579 184,521 196,766 155,929 748,129 104,436 215,167 534,652 185,695 190,924 256,842 424,505 233,533 152,979 271,596 375,830 162,483 282,419 44,068 187,692 64,189 130,710 55,347 239,542 82,874 126,949 302,543 Industry 28,646 3,118 6,675 4,347 6,497 7,149 13,399 67,815 3,418 42,459 4,136 34,420 5,748 10,068 46,766 4,106 9,809 3,718 2,742 9,435 1,328 3,112 5,372 4,163 499 2,089 3,216 1,001 25,860 Water / Gas 1,337 189 605 350 294 1,293 1,365 2,940 188 1,338 295 1,893 433 550 941 221 232 331 194 1,118 37 329 1,002 326 44 267 257 173 673 Construction 7,446 3,640 4,822 3,689 4,219 5,681 12,819 11,298 2,018 9,282 5,010 10,643 5,643 5,639 4,913 2,792 6,696 3,482 2,630 9,380 579 8,056 1,212 4,358 1,190 4,926 3,635 3,218 7,304 Transport & Communication 12,021 3,340 5,923 3,819 6,160 6,133 20,311 21,610 3,430 16,359 9,418 21,533 9,023 10,437 9,270 4,529 8,341 3,088 3,117 10,441 522 3,653 1,424 4,630 762 6,273 3,511 2,246 10,379 Business 58,114 31,133 59,488 35,084 44,248 64,323 105,727 105,128 31,952 90,973 64,008 104,102 51,925 75,820 70,528 29,411 67,282 45,605 27,306 94,438 6,464 43,598 12,910 52,972 9,495 46,472 25,760 27,363 75,940 Service 6,727 4,805 8,060 5,367 4,466 6,820 15,745 10,132 3,976 14,702 8,767 10,297 5,868 10,160 7,071 3,999 4,979 5,822 2,615 14,669 2,606 12,522 2,462 7,971 1,350 5,028 5,218 5,246 10,147 Other 129,161 39,962 103,197 50,875 62,517 63,387 196,973 211,319 62,489 126,065 10,598 220,107 78,835 96,627 88,806 34,186 70,063 72,921 36,907 144,019 26,116 78,200 44,818 66,502 38,277 82,515 41,420 43,566 112,775 Total 886,139 530,422 1,055,989 562,386 646,195 594,022 2,103,002 919,059 601,018 1,626,040 674,368 1,100,576 805,210 1,200,419 869,256 441,890 860,943 958,996 475,717 1,117,275 134,724 674,099 221,804 573,980 193,579 744,867 344,866 420,955 1,023,097
  • Appendix-A1 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 Nababganj Kurigram Naogaon Nator Rajshahi Dinajpur Gaibandha Shirajganj Nilphamari Maulavibazar Hobigonj Sunamgonj Rangpur Panchagarh Thakurgaon Sylhet Lalmonirhat Narail Kustia Joypurhat Jessore Bogra Magura Meherpur 316,804 412,953 569,172 351,290 499,843 566,860 487,568 576,824 345,021 335,132 393,655 345,021 544,369 179,069 259,146 544,944 237,337 173,885 391,679 200,072 544,921 684,069 180,786 136,591 182,593 322,863 461,756 271,145 328,513 462,993 365,518 354,516 278,061 189,563 274,929 341,599 405,451 154,392 217,988 279,391 201,666 110,573 236,734 166,213 363,129 495,163 127,793 105,916 5,529 1,918 9,271 7,041 7,259 12,419 5,886 62,508 4,636 31,463 14,162 2,986 19,950 1,310 2,609 8,141 1,127 3,585 21,734 3,391 15,226 12,825 3,775 979 240 202 452 282 708 987 418 582 300 995 840 232 708 81 290 1,348 564 65 547 205 681 1,023 290 71 9,181 2,964 4,561 3,719 7,209 6,755 4,035 5,823 2,367 6,723 8,791 5,016 6,225 1,208 2,981 15,953 1,552 1,770 6,866 2,342 7,504 8,182 2,354 1,620 2,420 4,340 5,880 4,866 1,017 9,829 8,289 6,348 3,586 6,021 4,753 2,912 10,452 1,497 2,604 13,667 3,224 3,582 7,171 2,770 14,971 17,283 3,825 1,173 52,328 34,570 57,244 40,717 68,477 66,249 50,403 82,608 33,690 45,743 46,206 45,287 63,597 13,344 21,776 89,884 22,527 20,315 65,986 23,435 75,961 91,504 21,860 18,307 4,497 3,566 7,747 8,071 7,304 6,457 6,057 9,152 3,557 7,486 7,143 7,158 6,971 1,439 2,768 110,802 2,072 3,155 20,192 3,092 9,867 9,272 2,083 1,354 56,283 53,988 76,714 79,806 116,825 86,887 69,591 121,113 58,920 132,634 81,053 90,405 107,890 29,670 42,519 169,694 45,373 30,279 84,347 33,134 114,689 141,731 28,110 19,317 629,875 837,364 1,192,797 766,937 1,037,155 1,219,436 997,765 1,219,474 730,138 755,760 831,532 840,616 1,165,613 382,010 552,681 1,233,824 515,442 347,209 835,256 434,654 1,146,949 1,461,052 370,876 285,328 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 jhenaidah Chuadanga Lakhshmipur Cox's Bazar Feni Chittagong Brahmanbaria 352,892 217,638 332,407 342,764 280,396 1,289,999 529,759 266,798 162,445 178,553 162,920 117,540 395,281 328,958 8,342 6,367 4,381 6,463 6,178 128,812 13,846 474 219 439 555 562 8,262 1,379 3,947 2,398 4,707 4,192 6,002 36,676 6,698 5,920 3,537 8,024 8,917 9,079 72,266 8,854 46,554 28,947 43,760 63,371 41,431 281,921 75,828 3,097 4,070 7,377 7,716 8,240 47,947 8,435 57,881 28,544 63,932 119,054 61,717 527,154 99,324 745,905 454,165 643,580 715,952 531,145 2,788,318 1,073,081
  • Appendix-A1 61 Chandpur 511,680 265,666 8,660 1,470 8,849 11,296 72,135 10,618 89,192 979,566 62 Noakhali 63 Comilla 64 Dhaka Activity Total 561,724 1,008,730 1,273,363 26,676,242 244,941 563,107 195,702 16,286,765 10,057 18,670 163,464 996,081 1,015 2,695 15,683 64,079 6,648 15,876 72,482 450,396 12,614 31,053 145,756 681,499 76,825 133,103 455,142 4,028,604 10,146 20,519 78,828 665,852 117,853 192,917 1,324,591 6,986,334 1,041,823 1,986,670 3,725,011 56,835,852 Service Other (with Hotel) Population 10 Years and Over by Main Activity in 2001 Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Zila Household Agriculture Work Industry Water / Electricity Construction / Gas Transport Business District Total Gazipur Gopalganj Jamalpur Madaripur Manikganj Munshiganj Mymensingh 443,925 273,481 527,519 254,821 340,500 299,300 1,036,382 260,343 193,533 390,989 190,315 213,111 138,676 772,352 90,930 2,316 7,047 3,494 6,426 8,248 12,132 1,499 309 550 232 581 626 1,446 22,416 7,615 9,963 7,903 8,010 11,583 23,650 30,514 7,370 17,031 7,135 12,720 12,735 41,915 90,890 36,371 66,031 40,800 51,603 73,276 135,888 24,128 5,325 6,864 4,850 3,799 3,812 18,558 134,889 38,172 94,148 39,073 66,477 73,492 237,179 1,099,534 564,492 1,120,142 548,623 703,227 621,748 2,279,502 Narayanganj Sherpur Tangail Bagerhat Khulna Faridpur Kishoreganj 446,297 309,495 835,758 405,292 548,435 424,471 613,553 126,213 230,391 559,129 228,083 255,507 280,585 442,638 97,303 4,862 26,318 3,813 42,800 7,081 8,607 2,026 309 990 505 2,151 641 677 21,061 4,919 17,329 8,086 17,437 13,488 12,799 38,031 11,334 32,312 15,405 34,338 20,237 21,730 129,557 37,256 116,123 70,644 121,274 64,182 102,262 8,280 3,089 9,789 7,911 13,607 6,023 10,410 240,823 72,248 156,272 92,064 183,166 74,219 106,899 1,109,591 673,903 1,754,020 831,803 1,218,715 890,927 1,319,575 Narsingdi 430,635 238,139 46,967 1,297 10,907 18,677 83,798 9,867 94,953 935,240
  • Appendix-A1 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 Rajbari Shatkhira 229,300 463,927 163,339 308,553 4,583 8,900 352 429 7,941 7,511 11,090 15,964 36,326 82,551 3,174 8,513 34,218 76,018 Netrokona Shariatpur Barishal Bandarban Patuakhali 482,603 244,676 547,441 62,585 374,458 404,116 175,299 300,617 300,617 51,613 3,562 3,414 9,496 1,389 3,710 357 287 1,496 57 426 7,720 4,718 17,472 2,103 9,669 11,221 6,177 18,512 1,146 9,244 57,008 34,904 102,324 8,325 54,068 6,069 2,785 20,701 1,183 6,434 68,469 35,428 114,162 24,529 72,198 490,323 972,366 1,041,125 507,688 1,132,221 401,934 581,820 Rangamati Pirozpur Khagrachari Bhola Jhalokathi Barguna Pabna Nababganj 112,500 275,514 123,902 383,533 176,281 223,815 86,049 152,882 79,314 245,726 778 3,110 993 2,257 2,163 160 3,391 71 568 314 2,187 6,476 2,833 7,414 5,069 1,951 7,459 2,405 10,898 5,191 16,541 53,189 14,860 56,811 29,337 3,574 4,491 3,453 6,066 3,466 49,860 520,518 39,012 93,820 37,312 411,366 960,197 340,411 640,681 504,859 510,446 361,241 339,197 214,591 26,515 4,069 780 313 14,038 13,181 24,440 7,135 81,495 54,687 8,385 6,429 109,248 54,722 1,114,544 716,368 Kurigram Naogaon Nator Rajshahi Dinajpur Gaibandha Shirajganj Nilphamari 461,630 630,928 404,503 589,119 654,553 544,732 636,940 375,865 336,630 515,352 311,322 381,551 482,769 396,123 403,823 291,754 2,550 9,649 5,711 8,021 8,180 5,775 56,051 3,595 277 545 310 1,020 705 442 755 434 5,692 8,257 6,466 13,985 11,107 9,081 14,776 5,623 10,161 17,724 12,148 25,820 24,225 23,025 20,935 11,853 45,150 66,068 46,683 82,322 85,710 65,665 94,394 45,012 3,626 6,707 6,357 7,647 8,874 5,979 9,480 5,541 69,227 79,997 58,270 114,642 119,075 74,562 132,160 53,464 934,943 1,335,227 851,770 1,224,127 1,395,198 1,125,384 1,369,314 793,141 Maulavibazar Hobigonj Sunamgonj Rangpur Panchagarh Thakurgaon Sylhet 353,832 378,097 980,200 630,269 201,261 300,643 575,378 186,622 291,448 375,845 444,775 162,403 246,232 283,449 21,115 13,626 4,658 12,834 1,316 1,988 9,720 896 622 563 828 84 261 2,363 12,398 8,593 6,657 12,341 2,649 4,585 26,945 12,751 10,434 6,340 25,767 7,171 9,078 23,902 53,958 52,594 53,505 86,341 19,222 30,005 100,608 8,815 9,671 6,950 7,862 1,380 2,557 13,999 131,672 80,344 93,765 115,585 36,289 38,615 155,904 782,059 845,429 1,528,483 1,336,602 431,775 633,964 1,192,268
  • Appendix-A1 46 47 Lalmonirhat Narail Kustia Joypurhat Jessore Bogra Magura Meherpur jhenaidah Chuadanga Lakhshmipur Chandpur Brahmanbaria Dhaka Comilla Noakhali Feni Chittagong Cox's Bazar Activity Total 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 271,384 219,782 1,830 243 3,074 6,819 28,888 3,226 38,143 573,389 173,074 443,599 222,381 611,363 754,654 200,440 155,032 398,142 261,232 345,453 527,816 536,311 1,573,574 1,034,626 597,041 297,879 1,484,793 382,257 29,527,272 120,918 259,859 175,037 412,270 540,518 151,996 127,829 311,242 200,915 186,062 275,606 326,604 481,345 604,275 281,154 121,122 458,510 184,161 18,115,035 3,142 20,875 3,695 22,272 20,587 3,672 1,433 6,887 4,609 3,609 6,289 9,202 303,485 16,414 8,116 6,655 123,637 5,489 1,179,970 140 725 289 970 931 189 117 358 210 616 1,167 1,208 14,036 2,370 1,160 950 6,423 679 65,726 3,133 11,393 4,501 14,740 18,972 4,200 2,795 7,392 5,719 9,954 15,187 12,451 142,125 25,751 14,080 10,648 58,513 7,739 827,020 6,617 18,678 9,429 29,618 41,438 7,768 3,655 16,908 9,351 14,559 16,165 14,775 215,552 44,605 23,559 15,242 99,689 13,105 1,303,183 24,385 82,197 26,884 99,168 110,331 28,644 22,178 62,094 39,474 50,257 81,655 88,869 571,980 56,245 84,647 46,849 313,467 73,374 4,721,204 2,374 6,213 3,549 9,637 10,820 2,028 1,336 4,059 3,014 7,866 12,319 9,373 105,872 23,006 11,080 8,077 50,892 10,143 611,364 21,208 90,580 30,327 118,904 133,885 27,202 24,427 53,736 35,948 61,773 102,488 91,971 1,291,179 200,697 104,326 572,335 689,343 108,036 8,183,667 354,991 934,119 476,092 1,318,942 1,632,136 426,139 338,802 860,818 560,472 680,149 1,038,692 1,090,764 4,699,148 2,007,989 1,125,163 1,079,757 3,285,267 784,983 64,534,441
  • Appendix-A2 Bagerhat Activity Sector(i) National (1991) National (2001) National Growth National Sectoral Growth Factor NGF Regional (1991) Regional (2001) Regional Growth Regional S Growth Fa Ei0 EiT EiT-Ei0 EiT/Ei0 ET/E0 EiS0 EiST EiST-EiS0 EiST/EiS0 Household work Agriculture Industry Water, Electricity, Gas Construction Transportation and Communication Bussiness Service Others Total Khulna Activity Sector(i) 26465049 16159816 995080 63906 29527272 18115035 1179970 65726 3062223 1955219 184890 1820 1.12 1.12 1.19 1.03 386,441 185,695 4,136 295 405,292 228,083 3,813 505 18851 42388 -323 210 447178 679253 827020 1303183 379842 623930 1.85 1.92 5,010 9,418 8,086 15,405 3076 5987 4001241 660606 6942768 56414897 4721204 611364 8183667 64534441 719963 -49242 1240899 8119544 1.18 0.93 1.18 1.14 64,008 8,767 10,598 674,368 70,644 7,911 92,064 831,803 6636 -856 81466 157435 1.14 National (2001) National Growth National Sectoral Growth Factor NGF Regional (1991) Regional (2001) Regional Growth Regional S Growth Fa Ei0 Household work Agriculture Industry Water, Electricity, Gas Construction Transportation and National (1991) EiT EiT-Ei0 EiT/Ei0 ET/E0 EiS0 EiST EiST-EiS0 EiST/EiS0 26465049 16159816 995080 63906 29527272 18115035 1179970 65726 3062223 1955219 184890 1820 1.12 1.12 1.19 1.03 447178 679253 827020 1303183 379842 623930 1.85 1.92 506,657 190,924 34,420 1,893 1.14 548,435 255,507 42,800 2,151 41778 64583 8380 258 10,643 21,533 17,437 34,338 6794 12805
  • Appendix-A2 Construction Transportation and Communication Bussiness Service Others Total Kishoreganj Activity Sector(i) 447178 679253 827020 1303183 379842 623930 1.85 1.92 5,643 9,023 13,488 20,237 7845 11214 4001241 660606 6942768 56414897 4721204 611364 8183667 64534441 719963 -49242 1240899 8119544 1.18 0.93 1.18 1.14 51,925 5,868 78,835 805,210 64,182 6,023 74,219 890,927 12257 155 -4616 85717 National(1991) National(2001) National Growth National Sectoral Growth Factor NGF Regional(1991) Regional(2001) Regional Growth Regional S Growth Fa Ei0 EiT/Ei0 ET/E0 EiS0 EiST/EiS0 Household work Agriculture Industry Water, Electricity, Gas Construction Transportation and Communication Bussiness Service Others Total Narsingdi Activity Sector(i) EiT EiT-Ei0 26465049 16159816 995080 63906 29527272 18115035 1179970 65726 3062223 1955219 184890 1820 1.12 1.12 1.19 1.03 447178 679253 827020 1303183 379842 623930 1.85 1.92 4001241 660606 6942768 56414897 4721204 611364 8183667 64534441 719963 -49242 1240899 8119544 1.18 0.93 1.18 1.14 EiST EiST-EiS0 566,613 424,505 10,068 550 46940 18133 -1461 127 5,639 10,437 12,799 21,730 7160 11293 75,820 10,160 96,627 1,200,419 1.14 613,553 442,638 8,607 677 102,262 10,410 106,899 1,319,575 26442 250 10272 119156 National Sectoral Growth Factor NGF Regional(1991) Regional(2001) Regional Growth Regional S Growth Fa Ei0 Household work National(1991) National(2001) National Growth EiT/Ei0 ET/E0 EiS0 EiST/EiS0 EiT 26465049 EiT-Ei0 29527272 3062223 1.12 EiST 407,428 EiST-EiS0 430,635 23207
  • Appendix-A2 Activity Sector(i) National(1991) National(2001) National Growth National Sectoral Growth Factor NGF Regional(1991) Regional(2001) Regional Growth Regional S Growth Fa Ei0 EiT/Ei0 ET/E0 EiS0 EiST/EiS0 Household work Agriculture Industry Water, Electricity, Gas Construction Transportation and Communication Bussiness Service Others Total Shatkhira Activity Sector(i) EiT EiT-Ei0 26465049 16159816 995080 63906 29527272 18115035 1179970 65726 3062223 1955219 184890 1820 1.12 1.12 1.19 1.03 447178 679253 827020 1303183 379842 623930 1.85 1.92 4001241 660606 6942768 56414897 4721204 611364 8183667 64534441 719963 -49242 1240899 8119544 1.18 0.93 1.18 1.14 EiST EiST-EiS0 209,667 152,979 4,106 221 19633 10360 477 131 2,792 4,529 7,941 11,090 5149 6561 29,411 3,999 34,186 441,890 1.14 229,300 163,339 4,583 352 36,326 3,174 34,218 490,323 6915 -825 32 48433 National Sectoral Growth Factor NGF Regional(1991) Regional(2001) Regional Growth Regional S Growth Fa Ei0 Household work Agriculture Industry Water, Electricity, Gas Construction Transportation and Communication Bussiness Service National(1991) National(2001) National Growth EiT/Ei0 ET/E0 EiS0 EiST/EiS0 EiT EiT-Ei0 26465049 16159816 995080 63906 29527272 18115035 1179970 65726 3062223 1955219 184890 1820 1.12 1.12 1.19 1.03 447178 679253 827020 1303183 379842 623930 1.85 1.92 4001241 660606 4721204 611364 719963 -49242 1.18 0.93 EiST EiST-EiS0 421,945 271,596 9,809 232 1.14 463,927 308,553 8,900 429 41982 36957 -909 197 6,696 8,341 7,511 15,964 815 7623 67,282 4,979 82,551 8,513 15269 3534
  • Appendix-A2 Bussiness Service Others Total Shariatpur Activity Sector(i) 4001241 660606 6942768 56414897 4721204 611364 8183667 64534441 719963 -49242 1240899 8119544 1.18 0.93 1.18 1.14 45,605 5,822 72,921 958,996 57,008 6,069 68,469 1,041,125 11403 247 -4452 82129 National Sectoral Growth Factor NGF Regional(1991) Regional(2001) Regional Growth Regional S Growth Fa Ei0 Household work Agriculture Industry Water, Electricity, Gas Construction Transportation and Communication Bussiness Service Others Total National(1991) National(2001) National Growth EiT/Ei0 ET/E0 EiS0 EiST/EiS0 EiT EiT-Ei0 EiST EiST-EiS0 26465049 16159816 995080 63906 29527272 18115035 1179970 65726 3062223 1955219 184890 1820 1.12 1.12 1.19 1.03 237,723 162,483 2,742 194 244,676 175,299 3,414 287 6953 12816 672 93 447178 679253 827020 1303183 379842 623930 1.85 1.92 2,630 3,117 4,718 6,177 2088 3060 4001241 660606 6942768 56414897 4721204 611364 8183667 64534441 719963 -49242 1240899 8119544 1.18 0.93 1.18 1.14 27,306 2,615 36,907 475,717 34,904 2,785 35,428 507,688 7598 170 -1479 31971 1.14
  • Appendix-B 25.00 23.35 Inter District Comparison: Shift Share Components Percentage Change 20.00 15.00 10.73 10.65 9.93 10.00 12.94 10.96 8.56 7.59 6.72 5.00 0.00 Bagerhat Khulna Faridpur Kishoreganj Narsingdi Rajbari Shatkhira Netrokona Shariatpur -5.00 -10.00 Districts Proportionality Shift(P) Differential Shift(D) Regional Growth(G) National Growth(N) Figure-1: Inter District Comparison of Employment Growth and Shift Share Components Shariatpur Netrokona Shatkhira Rajbari Narsingdi Kishoreganj Faridpur Khulna Bagerhat -40% National Share(N) Proportionality Shift(P) Differential Shift(D) -20% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Figure-2: Inter District Comparison in Terms of Percentage Composition of Regional Employment Growth Components (X-axis: Percentage; Y-axis: Districts)
  • Appendix-B1 Districts Bagerhat Khulna Faridpur Kishoreganj Narsingdi Rajbari Shatkhira Netrokona Shariatpur Regional Employment(1991) 674,368 1,100,576 805,210 1,200,419 869,256 441,890 860,943 958,996 475,717 District wise shift share components in 2001 Districts National Share(N) Proportionality Shift(P) Bagerhat Khulna Faridpur Kishoreganj Narsingdi Rajbari Shatkhira Netrokona Shariatpur 97058.77 158400.99 115890.28 172770.94 125108.13 63599.25 123911.68 138024.01 68467.82 Differential Shift(D) -3435.25 15896.99 -2426.94 -9428.30 -269.39 -2424.68 -2791.75 -13391.31 -4375.11 63811.48 -56158.98 -27746.34 -44186.64 -58854.74 -12741.57 -9696.93 -42503.70 -32121.72 Regional Growth(G) 157435.00 118139.00 85717.00 119156.00 65984.00 48433.00 111423.00 82129.00 31971.00 Net Shift 60376.23 -40261.99 -30173.28 -53614.94 -59124.13 -15166.25 -12488.68 -55895.01 -36496.82 Percentage change of the shift share components with respect to the total employment in 1991 Districts National Growth(N) Proportionality Shift(P) Differential Shift(D) Regional Growth(G) Bagerhat 14.39 -0.51 9.46 23.35 Khulna 14.39 1.44 -5.10 10.73 Faridpur 14.39 -0.30 -3.45 10.65 Kishoreganj 14.39 -0.79 -3.68 9.93 Narsingdi 14.39 -0.03 -6.77 7.59 Rajbari 14.39 -0.55 -2.88 10.96 Shatkhira 14.39 -0.32 -1.13 12.94 Netrokona 14.39 -1.40 -4.43 8.56 Shariatpur 14.39 -0.92 -6.75 6.72 Districts Bagerhat Khulna Faridpur Kishoreganj Narsingdi Rajbari Shatkhira Netrokona Shariatpur National Growth(N) 14.39 14.39 14.39 14.39 14.39 14.39 14.39 14.39 14.39 Regional Growth(G) 23.35 10.73 10.65 9.93 7.59 10.96 12.94 8.56 6.72 Regional Growth Percentage with Respect to National Growth 162.21 74.58 73.96 68.97 52.74 76.15 89.92 59.50 46.69
  • Appendix-B1
  • Appendix-B2 Figure-3: Regional Growth Scenario with Respect to the National Growth
  • Appendix-B3 300 Employment Change of Activity Sectors :1991-2001 250 200 150 100
  • Appendix-B4 Employment in 1991 Household Agriculture Industry Water, Electricity, Gas Construction Transportation and work Communication Bagerhat 386,441 185,695 4,136 295 5,010 Khulna 506,657 190,924 34,420 1,893 10,643 Faridpur 390,893 256,842 5,748 433 5,643 Kishoreganj 566,613 424,505 10,068 550 5,639 Narsingdi 407,428 233,533 46,766 941 4,913 Rajbari 209,667 152,979 4,106 221 2,792 Shatkhira 421,945 271,596 9,809 232 6,696 Netrokona 448,199 375,830 3,718 331 3,482 Shariatpur 237,723 162,483 2,742 194 2,630 Employment Change 1991-2001 Household Agriculture Industry Water, Electricity, Construction Transportation and work Gas Communication Bagerhat 18851 42388 -323 210 3076 Khulna 41778 64583 8380 258 6794 Faridpur 33578 23743 1333 208 7845 Kishoreganj 46940 18133 -1461 127 7160 Narsingdi 23207 4606 201 356 5994 Rajbari 19633 10360 477 131 5149 Shatkhira 41982 36957 -909 197 815 Netrokona 34404 28286 -156 26 4238 Shariatpur 6953 12816 672 93 2088 Bussiness Service 9,418 21,533 9,023 10,437 9,270 4,529 8,341 3,088 3,117 64,008 104,102 51,925 75,820 70,528 29,411 67,282 45,605 27,306 8,767 10,297 5,868 10,160 7,071 3,999 4,979 5,822 2,615 Bussiness 5987 12805 11214 11293 9407 6561 7623 8133 3060 Others 6636 17172 12257 26442 13270 6915 15269 11403 7598 10,598 220,107 78,835 96,627 88,806 34,186 70,063 72,921 36,907 Service -856 3310 155 250 2796 -825 3534 247 170 Others 81466 -36941 -4616 10272 6147 32 5955 -4452 -1479
  • Appendix-B4 Employment Change Percentage Household Agriculture Industry Water, Electricity, Construction Trans. & Comm. work Gas Bagerhat 4.88 22.83 -7.81 71.19 61.40 Khulna 8.25 33.83 24.35 13.63 63.84 Faridpur 8.59 9.24 23.19 48.04 139.02 Kishoreganj 8.28 4.27 -14.51 23.09 126.97 Narsingdi 5.70 1.97 0.43 37.83 122.00 Rajbari 9.36 6.77 11.62 59.28 184.42 Shatkhira 9.95 13.61 -9.27 84.91 12.17 Netrokona 7.68 7.53 -4.20 7.85 121.71 Shariatpur 2.92 7.89 24.51 47.94 79.39 Bussiness 63.57 59.47 124.28 108.20 101.48 144.87 91.39 263.37 98.17 10.37 16.50 23.61 34.87 18.82 23.51 22.69 25.00 27.83 Service -9.76 32.15 2.64 2.46 39.54 -20.63 70.98 4.24 6.50 Others 768.69 -16.78 -5.86 10.63 6.92 0.09 8.50 -6.11 -4.01