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Journal of Socioeconomics and Development
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Journal of Socioeconomics and Development (JSeD) is managed by The Study Program of Socioeconomics (Agribusiness), Agriculture Faculty, Widyagama University of Malang. JSeD is published biannually in April and October, and available in printed and online version.
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Agricultural Training and Its Impact on Food Crop Production in Cameroon Tambi, Mbu Daniel
JOURNAL OF SOCIOECONOMICS AND DEVELOPMENT Vol 2, No 1 (2019): Journal of Socioeconomics and Development
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Agricultural training has an important position in agriculture development, food security and poverty alleviation in Cameroon. The objectives of this study are to examine the impact of agricultural training on food crop production; determine the factors influencing agricultural training, decompose the effect of agricultural training type on food crop production, and recommend relevant economic policies on the basis of our analysis. Using data from the 2007 MINADER and data from the 2007 Household Consumption Survey, we used the control function model to estimate our result from STATA 13.0. We observed that the 2SLS, Control Function without interaction and Control Function with interaction results revealed that household agricultural training strongly correlates with food crop production. Also professional, workshop and on the farm training strongly affects agricultural production, with probability points of 2.6, 0.3 and 2.8 percent of increasing agricultural production respectively. Farm training becomes a high priority for increasing agricultural production.   There are considerable opportunities to take advantage of agricultural training in terms of increase in cereal productivity. The decision makers, civil society organizations and stakeholders operating in agriculture should multiply agricultural training in both former and informer training, through the creation of agricultural schools, workshop/seminars and on the field training.  JEL Classification: I25, D13, Q12
Strategy and Policy for Strengthening the Agricultural Cooperative Business in East Java, Indonesia Soetriono, Soetriono; Soejono, Djoko; Zahrosa, Dimas B.; Maharani, Ariq Dewi; Hanafie, Rita
JOURNAL OF SOCIOECONOMICS AND DEVELOPMENT Vol 2, No 1 (2019): Journal of Socioeconomics and Development
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The purpose of the study is to analyze business performance, financial resources, and strategies for developing agricultural cooperatives in East Java. The research approach used was a qualitative and quantitative descriptive approach. The research locations were in Malang regencies, Lumajang, Bojonegoro, Tulungagung, Madiun, Situbondo, Banyuwangi, and Sumenep. Secondary and primary data, including cooperative performance, SWOT, and financial data, were carried out to obtain a cooperative description. The analysis methods used were descriptive analysis, financial ratios, SWOT and FFA. The results showed that agricultural cooperatives showed a strong institutional position in supporting food sovereignty. The number of active cooperatives reached 27461 units with 7.62 million members. Cooperatives in healthy performance were found in Malang, Situbondo, Tulungagung and Madiun Regencies.  The cooperative development should be emphasized on implementing functions of member annual meeting, developing innovation, making economic partnerships, strengthening capital formation, applying positive values of cooperatives to all members, facilitating members into the agribusiness chain, and improving the cluster of the production system. The strategies applied for East Java Cooperativesare prioritized on human resources, institutions and empowerment, facilities and infrastructure, and finance.JEL Classification: Q12, Q13, R58
The Quality of Work Life in School and Its Effect on the Teachers’ Performance Lalompoh, Amelia; Moerjati, Moerjati; Hermawati, Adya; Suci, Rahayu Puji; Mas, Nasharuddin
JOURNAL OF SOCIOECONOMICS AND DEVELOPMENT Vol 2, No 1 (2019): Journal of Socioeconomics and Development
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The aim of this research is to analyze the effect of work lifequality on the teachers’ performance, the relation between the role of school principal’s management and the teachers’ emotional intelligence affecting the quality of work life. The research was carried out by using a quantitative approach and was through survey method which was based on the structural questionnaire. There were 33 Senior High School teachers of Adventist Colleges in East Java interviewed to obtain variables in answeringthe research objectives. Data were collected in the ordinal form of the Likert scale, described and worked out by using path analysis method based on the framework model formulated.  The results show that the quality of work life plays an important role in maximizing or supporting teachers’ performance.  It was also found that the school principal’s management competency and the teachers’ emotional intelligence have a great contribution to theteachers’ performance. The quality of work life further functions significantly as the intervening variable effect of the school principal’s management competency and the teachers’ emotional intelligence on teachers’ performance.  JEL Classification: I29, J24, M54 
The Study of Household Food Security Levels in Palangka Raya City Wardie, Jhon; Masliani, Masliani; Sintha, Tri Yuliana Eka
JOURNAL OF SOCIOECONOMICS AND DEVELOPMENT Vol 2, No 1 (2019): Journal of Socioeconomics and Development
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This study aims to examine the level of household security in Palangka Raya City. This study was carried out in the area of Palangka Raya City which covers five subdistricts.  Those include Menteng, Pahandut, Kereng Bangkirai, Tumbang Tahai, and Petuk Bukit. In each sub-districts (kelurahan), 10 household respondents were determined as samples, so the total samples were 50 household respondents. The research data collected were from primary and secondary data. The results of the study revealed that the level of household food security in Palangka Raya City was categorized as food resistance. This category was obtained by using the portion of total food expenditure which did not exceed 60 percent (52.43%, categorized as low), and was sufficient energy consumption exceeding 80 percent of the national recommendation (97.22%, categorized as sufficient).  .  JEL Classification: D19, Q18, R20
Local Wisdom in Shifting Cultivation Management of Dayak Ngaju Community, Central Kalimantan Nopembereni, Eti Dewi; Sugiyanto, Sugiyanto; Sukesi, Keppi; Yuliati, Yayuk
JOURNAL OF SOCIOECONOMICS AND DEVELOPMENT Vol 2, No 1 (2019): Journal of Socioeconomics and Development
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This study aims to identify the local wisdom in the management system of shifting cultivation in Dayak Ngaju, Central Kalimantan. The study was conducted at Mantangai Tengah Village and Mantangai Hilir Village, Mantangai District, Kapuas Regency, Central Kalimantan. Purposive sampling was used as the method to determine the location and sample of the research (70 people). The primary data used were farmers or cultivators and key informants while the secondary data were obtained from BPS and related agencies. The analysis of the data was done by using a descriptive qualitative technique. The results show that the management system of shifting cultivation conducted by local people cannot be separated from the local wisdom in the community. This is indicated by some activities which explain that phenomena such as forest clearing, land burning, land management, technology utilization, and ceremony accompanying the activities of shifting cultivation. Communities live in a harmonious relationship with forests and land, manage land in a limited area (1-2 ha) without the risk of land fires, live in communal and mutual cooperation (gotong-royong), and have local knowledge that has a positive value.JEL Classification: D19, O33, O35
Farm Partnership between Farmers and the Company in Production and Marketing of Vegetables Commodity Puspitaningrum, Devy Anggita; Gayatri, Siwi
JOURNAL OF SOCIOECONOMICS AND DEVELOPMENT Vol 2, No 1 (2019): Journal of Socioeconomics and Development
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Farm partnership model between farmers and industries is expected to give advantages in many aspects such as economic, technical, and social. The research aims to analyze the farm partnership model between vegetable farmers and PT. Bumi Sari Lestari company. Primary data were collected using an interview. Secondary data were gotten by documentation. The data were analyzed by the analytical technique. The result shows that the type of partnership between farmers and the company is Inti-Plasma model based on Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) containing the clause if farmers were not able to provide sufficient vegetable, the company would buy directly from the market. The vegetables bought by the industry would be cultivated by the farmer and controlled by industry. There are many issues that have to be solved by the farmers and the company. First, farmers will choose a traditional ceremony instead of harvesting the plants. Hence, the vegetables will get rotten. Farmers will prefer to sell their vegetables to the market instead of bringing it to the company when the price gets high in the normal market. Vegetables will get rotten easily during the transportation process to the company. The last is the company needs to make an agreement with the farmers to decide optimal production based on the farm size in order to avoid over production.  JEL Classification: D19, J54, Q12
The Feasibility of Staple Food Business and Its Implication on Regional Food Supply Chain Development Sutrisno, Sutrisno
JOURNAL OF SOCIOECONOMICS AND DEVELOPMENT Vol 2, No 1 (2019): Journal of Socioeconomics and Development
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The purpose of this research is to find out the investment feasibility of developing staple food businesses in the rural area of Bojonegoro regency, to review the financial aspects and to calculate the investment feasibility.  This research used four types of analysis namely trend analysis, aspects of the investment, the investment feasibility and sensitivity. The results of the research show that there was an increase in the economic growth of 26.50 percent per year during 2016-2019, IRR  37.2 percent, positive NPV, the payback period was fewer than 5 years. The sensitivity analysis shows that the possibilities of an increase in operational costs of 2 percent produced NPV 34.7 million rupiahs and the IRR  36.97 percent, an increase such costs of 4 percent produced NPV 33.9 million rupiahs and the IRR 36.62 percent.  Meanwhile, the possibilities of a decrease in income of 2 and 4 percent find NPV 32.4 million rupiahs and the IRR 35.99 percent; and NPV value was 29,3 million rupiahs and the IRR 34.59 percent respectively.  The results indicate that the staple food business in Bojonegoro regency was considered feasible.  Furthermore, this research has implications for regional food chain development in terms of the stability of domestic food production, stabilization of food prices, regulation of space infrastructure improvements and business climate of investment. JEL Classification: D19, J54, Q12

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