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Dehghanizadeh M, Fallah H. Analyzing Iran’s Provincial Status regarding Mine & Industry Sector’s Indicators: Emphasizing Yazd Province. JPBUD 2008; 13 (2) :128-152
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Surveying and analyzing different socio-economic, environmental and other aspects of regions indicate the level of their privileges, welfare and development. Difference among privileges of various regions have perpetually been under the influence of environmental capabilities, hard work spirit, historical features and ruptures, level of civilization and urbanization, ideologies and values and so on. Many authorities hold that one of the most important factors and influential sectors in population concentration and development level which concurs socio-economic activities concentration and higher rates of urbanization is “industry sector” accompanied with its related activities.

Due to natural and climatic limitations of Yazd Province as well as impossibility to expand agricultural activities, industry sector has always been one of the main areas of activity in this province. Using “factor analysis” method along with 18 selected indicators, this paper surveys Iran’s provincial status regarding mine and industry indicators, emphasizing Yazd province.

Research findings indicate that Yazd province, being ranked 6, is regarded as a privileged province. Moreover, according to the results of the factor analysis, Yazd Province is ranked 3, 20, 2, 11, and 21 among provinces concerning the following factors respectively: workshops with ten-workers and more (1st factor), human resources (2nd factor), mines (3rd factor), labor productivity and energy efficiency (4th factor), and industrial pollution control (5th factor)
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