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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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Contributors Yuniar, Hefifa Rhesa
JOURNAL OF SOCIOECONOMICS AND DEVELOPMENT Vol 3, No 2 (2020): Journal of Socioeconomics and Development
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31328/jsed.v3i2.1716

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Visitors’ satisfaction and development strategy of agrotourism: evidence from Semarang, Indonesia Kinasih, Raras Sekar; Roessali, Wiludjeng; Prasetyo, Edy
JOURNAL OF SOCIOECONOMICS AND DEVELOPMENT Vol 3, No 2 (2020): Journal of Socioeconomics and Development
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31328/jsed.v3i2.1450

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Visitor satisfaction is fascinating to learn because this is always a significant positioning in developing tourism destination.This study aims to analyze visitor satisfaction and formulate the agrotourism development strategy. The research survey was conducted in Purwosari Agrotourism, Mijen District, Semarang City, Indonesia.  A total of 100 visitors and 20 people were purposively selected to address research objective. Visitor satisfaction is evaluated using the 7P marketing mix approach. The analysis method uses the Importance Performance Analysis and Customer Satisfaction Index to analyze visitor satisfaction; and Strength, Weakness, Opportunity, and Threat (SWOT) analysis to formulate development strategy. The results showed the location, transportation, promotion, and physical evidence (parking area, toilets, and information boards) are the main priority attributes of improvement. The response of visitors was in the satisfied category with a total Satisfaction Index of 73.39%. The development strategy of Purwosari Agrotourism shows the SO (strength and opportunity) strategy approach, which means being in a favorable position with aggressive strategy recommendations.  The strategy includes the innovation of tourism products, collaboration with other tourism objects to create tour packages, and expand product marketing networks.JEL Classification: Q13; R58; Z32
Government expenditure and poverty reduction in the proliferation of new administrative areas of Central Kalimantan, Indonesia Elia, Andrie; Yulianto, Yulianto; Tiawon, Harin; Sustiyah, Sustiyah; Indrajaya, Kusnida
JOURNAL OF SOCIOECONOMICS AND DEVELOPMENT Vol 3, No 2 (2020): Journal of Socioeconomics and Development
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31328/jsed.v3i2.1410

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The proliferation of new region in Indonesia is one of the most challenging issues related to regional autonomy, financial management and poverty reduction. The purpose of this study was to analyze the relationship between government expenditure and poverty linked to the regional economic activity and labor absorption. The study used a quantitative research by means of time series data collected from the new proliferation areas in Central Kalimantan, including Pulang Pisau, Katingan, East Barito, Seruyan, Gunung Mas, Murung Raya, Sukamara, and Lamandau.  The analysis method used the path analysis to estimate statistical parameters indicating relationship between variables. The research result shows that poverty significantly affects on government expenditure in the new eight regency in Central Kalimantan province. Poverty has also had an impact on government expenditure through the provision of employment and Gross Regional Domestic Product (GRDP).  The local government is expected to manage more effectively regional finances that focus on community economic activities.  The policy also opens  investment opportunity to increase economic activity and create jobs based on the prominent regional product such as agriculture, plantation and mining sectors. Investment can increase employment and indirectly reduce poverty.JEL Classification  H72; I38; J21
Footwear business of village owned enterprises (BUMDes) and its role in increasing rural economic activities Hidayah, Ulul; Mulatsih, Sri; Purnamadewi, Yeti Lis
JOURNAL OF SOCIOECONOMICS AND DEVELOPMENT Vol 3, No 2 (2020): Journal of Socioeconomics and Development
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31328/jsed.v3i2.1397

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The village owned enterprises (BUMDes) has an important role in stimulating rural development and therefore it is necessary to examine its feasibility as a profitable business venture and has a sustainable impact on village development.  The purpose of this research is to conduct a feasibility analysis of the BUMDes and its role in developing rural economic activity.  This research method used a financial feasibility analysis to BUMDes of Harapan Jaya in Bogor Regency, Indonesia. Data were obtained through focus group discussion with informants who work in BUMDes as operational manager, supervisors, commissioners, as well as village officials and MSME entrepreneurs. The results showed that business feasibility analysis in the footwear marketing business by BUMDes is feasible as indicated by the net present value of 318 million rupiah; benefit-cost ratio 1.026; internal rate of return 35%; and a 2.56 year of payback period. Furthermore, BUMDes contributes significant profits for village. BUMDes involvement in the marketing of footwear products lead entrepreneurs and footwear workers earns a more income  than the regional minimum wage. The collaboration between BUMDes and MSME resulted in a business profit of 80 million rupiah. BUMdes governance requires an increase in the quality of human resources and organization mechanism to be more competence and productive supporting performance targets, incentive mechanisms, and job satisfaction.JEL Classification:  L32, L60, R20
Investment feasibility and marketing of mangosteen commodity in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia Mamondol, Marianne Reynelda
JOURNAL OF SOCIOECONOMICS AND DEVELOPMENT Vol 3, No 2 (2020): Journal of Socioeconomics and Development
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31328/jsed.v3i2.1433

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The development of mangosteen agribusiness in the regions needs attention to benefit local economic development.  This research aims to analyze the investment and marketing feasibilities of mangosteen commodity at Olumokunde Village, Poso Regency, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. Research respondents, as many as 60 farmers, were determined through stratified sampling technique. Data collection was done through observations, interviews, questionnaires to respondents, and documentary study.  Research results demonstrate that mangosteen farms meet investment feasibility. The research found that the indicator of net present value was 87.496 million rupiahs, the internal rate of return was 19.8% and the payback period was 10.95 years. Since its 7th year, the mangosteen farm business’ amount of revenue has been higher than its operational costs. Also, the research reveals farm sensitivity on the changes of cost production, selling price, and mangosteen production. There are two models of mangosteen fruit marketing channel at Olumokunde: (i) direct marketing from farmers to consumers, and (ii) indirect marketing through fruit wholesalers. The mangosteen agribusiness development needs regional government intervention in the forms of facility and infrastructure requirement as well as supply chain strengthening in order to create large-scale, economical, and highly competitive farms.JEL Classification D25; O22; Q13  
Determinants of interest in using electronic money in Indonesia: evidence from Denpasar, Bali Suryandari, Kadek Kharisma; Setyari, Ni Putu Wiwin
JOURNAL OF SOCIOECONOMICS AND DEVELOPMENT Vol 3, No 2 (2020): Journal of Socioeconomics and Development
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31328/jsed.v3i2.1588

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Electronic money has received high attention from urban people in Denpasar, Bali. However, the use of electronic money is not yet fully known in relation to what factors influence user interest.  This study aims to determine the relationship between factors that influence interest in using electronic money in Denpasar City, Bali Province. Data is obtained from online questionnaires on Google form, involve active users of Go-Pay, OVO, and Dana product. There are four variables observed including the risk perception, ease of use, benefit of use, and promotion. The research was worked with the confirmatory factor analysis. The results showed that majority of the users of electronic money are 20-25 years old, are female, have a bachelor's degree, and earn 2-4 million rupiahs. All variables show significant relationship to explains the interest in using electronic money.   Interest in using electronic money is higher when the perception of risk is low, expand transactions, increases productivity and is supported by attractive promotion.  The research suggests the attempts such as change in people's behavior to steadily use electronic money, regulation of the financial system stability to facility the use of electronic money and promotion are continuously strived so that users understand the risks and advantages of electronic money.  JEL Classification E42; G32; M30
Stakeholder collaboration to support accountability in village fund management and rural development Zeho, Fannidya Hamdani; Prabowo, Ardian; Estiningtyas, Roro Ayu; Mahadiansar, Mahadiansar; Sentanu, I Gede Eko Putra Sri
JOURNAL OF SOCIOECONOMICS AND DEVELOPMENT Vol 3, No 2 (2020): Journal of Socioeconomics and Development
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31328/jsed.v3i2.1395

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The village government has an substantial responsibility in managing human resources to produce regional economic benefits. This research aims to identify the stakeholder collaboration to support accountability in village fund management and rural development.  This study used an interactive approach with data collection methods such as structured interviews, documentation, and observation. The object of the study is village officials in Pranggang Village, Plosoklaten District, Kediri Regency, East Java Province. The results of the study showed that the village government has not optimally carried out its role in involving more stakeholders.  Collaborative stakeholders in managing village funds involved village government officials, activity management team and community.   They play a positive role in bringing about village accountability in managing village funds. An increased community participation contribute to program evaluation activities and effectiveness in the village financial management. The accountability of the village funds utilization has met the Home Affairs Ministerial Regulation number 113 of 2014. In addition, social accountability has been applied in various forms of effective interactions between the community and village government. Much efforts are required to improve the quality of human resources through more stakeholder engagement, training activity and  community empowerment.   JEL Classification: H72; H83; O20
Fostering online social capital during the COVID-19 pandemic and new normal Nugroho, Iwan
JOURNAL OF SOCIOECONOMICS AND DEVELOPMENT Vol 3, No 2 (2020): Journal of Socioeconomics and Development
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31328/jsed.v3i2.1640

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The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia shows a worrying phenomenon. The trend of increasing cases continues, with the number of confirmed cases approaching 4000 cases a day. Efforts to implement social distancing have been carried out in various regions which show a significant number of cases. At present, the Indonesian government has also prepared economic recovery through the new normal concept, by reopening public service activities and business economy while strictly implementing health protocols. This paper tries to provide a conception of online social capital to recommend solving the pandemic problem. Online social capital will generate productivity in people's lives in adherence to health protocols such as handwashing, wearing face masks, and other protective measures attempts. Furthermore, online social capital is expected to have an impact on smoothing the infection curve and stopping the transmission of the virus. This article suggests four steps including managing infodemic and literacy capacity, staying at home and protecting families from the spread of the virus, utilizing digital communication effectively, and preparing emergency response procedures for disaster management.JEL Classification H51; I18; O35
Willingness to pay of the native chicken eggs in urban supermarket: evidence from Semarang, Indonesia Wulandari, Desy; Roessali, Wiludjeng; Budiraharjo, Kustopo
JOURNAL OF SOCIOECONOMICS AND DEVELOPMENT Vol 3, No 2 (2020): Journal of Socioeconomics and Development
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31328/jsed.v3i2.1418

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Urban people show a certain preference in consuming native chicken eggs products.  This research aims to identify market segmentation and analyze willingness to pay (WTP) for consumers of native chicken eggs. The research was conducted at four places in the supermarket in Semarang city.  Respondents as many as 100 people were selected using an accidental sampling method. Data were analyzed by descriptive and Contingent Valuation Method (CVM). The results show that consumer market segmentation can explain the analysis of WTP. Marked characteristics of consumers of the native chicken egg include in between 25-50 years old (50%), female (89%), go shopping as family motivation (70%), and purchasing once a week (85%).  87% of respondents show the WTP in the range of 5 to 20% above the existing price. The maximum WTP is 23.45 thousand rupiahs per pack. The highest of maximum WTP found in rattan packaging in Superindo is 26.79 thousand rupiahs per pack. The highest WTP aggregation value is found in Gelael with mica packaging at the 373 thousand rupiahs.  Furthermore, supermarkets can contribute to apply quality standards for native chicken eggs, and protect the interests of consumers.JEL Classification:  D12, Q02; Q13

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