A crucial aspect of this developmental role is employment generation which is both consequent to activity boost following financial intermediation, and inherent in financial sector growth. Financial sector growth itself is a fundamental societal expectation of the financial sector being directly linked as it is to all sectors of the economy and as a result to the growing sectors of the moment. In other words, if the economy is growing at any moment, this growth can be disaggregated and attributed to the sectors responsible for it. Such sectors would necessarily have depended on financial intermediation and its provider the financial sector. In the absence of existing spare capacity, if the financial sector was unable to step along in this growth, such growing sectors would have been hampered, perhaps severely limited and probably unable to grow. Therefore quite apart from the possibility of self-engendered growth through such routes as independent productivity improvement initiatives, or exogenously wrought growth generated by such shocks as government-determined consolidation exercise, an accompanying or enabling growth should necessarily take place in the financial sector once the economy is growing. It is along such thoughts that growth finally emerged as a fundamental societal expectation of the financial sector and employment generation an inherent part of it, especially in the context of a developing economy.
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Review of public administration and management is one of the Open access peer reviewed journals in employment growth. The manuscripts published in this journal include thoughts, ideas, conclusion of the topic related to employment growth in the form of reviews. This Journal is the major sources of knowledge for young and aspiring generations who are keen to pursue a career in management field. The Editorial team of this journal includes globalized experts in the field of employment growth study involved in regular review of submitted manuscripts facilitating high quality of articles since many years. All published articles are permanently archived and available at OMICS Group website in HTML, Digital, Audio and PDF formats.
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