KEYNESIA : INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ECONOMY AND BUSINESS
Vol. 1 No. 2 (2022): Keynesia : International Journal of Economy and Business

Competitiveness of Indonesian ginger exports to Japan, Malaysia, and The United States

Mia Nurhidayati (Universitas Riau)
Syafril Basri (Universitas Riau)
Darmayuda Darmayuda (Universitas Riau)



Article Info

Publish Date
25 Oct 2022

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to determine the competitiveness of Indonesian ginger in Japan, Malaysia, and the United States by analyzing the level of competitiveness, competitiveness position, and concentration of Indonesian ginger exports to Japan, Malaysia, and the United States. The research method used is the descriptive quantitative method. The period under study is 2012–2019, or eight years. The data analysis methods used are Revealed Comparative Advantage (RCA), Trade Specialization Index (ISP), and Market Concentration Index (IKP). The results of the RCA analysis of the competitiveness of Indonesian ginger exports to Japan, Malaysia, and the United States in 2012–2019 have comparative competitiveness 1. The average RCA scores were Japan (0.20), Malaysia (0.95), and the United States (0.07), respectively. In terms of competitiveness, Indonesia is an exporter country because ISPs have an average ISP value, namely Japan (0.93) in the maturation stage, Malaysia (0.61) in the expansion stage, and the United States (1.0) in the maturation stage. For market concentration, Indonesia has a relatively low IKP value, namely Japan (0.000024), Malaysia (0.000132), and the United States (0.000002), with a trade intensity value of (0-1).

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keynesia

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Decision Sciences, Operations Research & Management Economics, Econometrics & Finance Education Social Sciences Other

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1. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS; Monetary, Finance and banking, International Economics, Public Economics, Development Economics, Regional Economics. 2. MANAGEMENT SCIENCE; Marketing, Financial Management, Human Resource Management, Entrepreneurship, International Business. 3. ACCOUNTING SCIENCE; ...