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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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Spatial modelling of multidimensional poverty in rural area: Evidence from Malang Regency, Indonesia Ari, Ismu Rini Dwi; Hariyani, Septiana; Waloejo, Budi Sugiarto
JOURNAL OF SOCIOECONOMICS AND DEVELOPMENT Vol 4, No 2 (2021): Journal of Socioeconomics and Development
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31328/jsed.v4i2.2245

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This research attempts to scrutinize both role of physical and social infrastructures in relation with poverty level using spatial approach as an idea to be able to propose a proper poverty alleviation recommendation. The research aims are to i) measure poverty level using multi-dimension poverty index (MPI) and ii) scrutinize neighborhood relationship among villages using spatial regression analysis. Estimation result of the MPI, it is identified that among 5 poverty level there are 4 poverty level:  high – medium – low – very low covering 5, 5, 2, 3 villages, respectively. Meaning that there are five villages with high value as targeted area on dealing with poverty alleviation – Jabung (0,34), Taji (0,31), and Kemiri – Gunungjati – Slamparejo with value of 0,29. LISA map by spatial data analysis specifies that cluster of High-High is formed by village of Kemiri and Slamparejo. It is assumed if a poor village has nearest physical border with another poor village, it will have more problematic for the village to leave from poverty condition than the village that is bordered with the non-poor village. The Spatial Lag Model indicates that attribute of Rate of Participation (RoP) has significant impact to reduce the multidimensional poverty value. In other words, the higher social network (RoP) of the residents would cause higher possibility to eradicate poverty. In addition, weight matrix gives positive value, meaning that geographical distance gives also significant impact to the poverty level. Hence, poverty alleviation program might focus upon the poor village which has nearest physical border with another poor village through social infrastructure development as act of priority.JEL Classification A13; I32; R58
Consumer behavior to Thai fruit consumption during COVID-19 pandemic in Jakarta, Indonesia Vivithkeyoonvong, Somsak; Chairunnisa, Shasa; Onngernthayakorn, Kijsart; Sathapatyanon, Jedsadaporn
JOURNAL OF SOCIOECONOMICS AND DEVELOPMENT Vol 4, No 2 (2021): Journal of Socioeconomics and Development
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31328/jsed.v4i2.2367

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Indonesia imports fruits from around the world to serve people’s demand. Thailand as one of the fruit exporters to Indonesia needs to further explore what influences the consumption of Thai Fruits in Indonesia. Moreover, currently the COVID-19 pandemic likely affects all sectors, including the agriculture sector. This study aims to analyze the relation between socioeconomic characteristics and consumer behavior, particularly the pandemic period, that affects the purchasing decision of Thai Fruits. Using a structured questionnaire, random sampling of 1,736 respondents who shop at 5 All Fresh Supermarket branches were interviewed. The data is analyzed using the chi square test, and binary logistic regression. The results found that socioeconomic characteristics such as age, gender, education, occupation, and income have a relation with Thai Fruits purchasing decision. The product awareness for instance, quality and taste is the utmost concern for customers. However, during COVID-19 pandemic, the level of customers’ consideration for quality and safety is clearly higher. Therefore, it is needed a different strategy to convince consumers. The result also found that tasting experience influences purchasing decision significantly. To enhance international economic development, such agricultural products must respond to the customers’ needs and mutual cooperation between trading countries.JEL Classification:  F13; Q13; Q17
The contribution of rainfed rice farming on income and food security of farmer household Arifin, Arifin; Biba, Muhammad Arsyad; Syafiuddin, Syafiuddin
JOURNAL OF SOCIOECONOMICS AND DEVELOPMENT Vol 4, No 2 (2021): Journal of Socioeconomics and Development
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31328/jsed.v4i2.2252

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Increasing production of rainfedtice fields farming is expected to have direct implications for farmers’ income and food security. Improvement in farmers’ income will ensure the fullfillment of quality food. This study aims to analize the contribution of rainfed rice farming to farmers’ household income, and to analyze household food security of farmers who cultivated rice in rainfed rice fields. This research was conducted in Maros Regency in three districts, namely Lau, Maros Baru and Simbang. The sample of this research was 100 farmers in rainfed rice fields. Research using survei methods to work  three approaches, namely observation, recording and interviews. Data were analyzed using quantitative description coupled with testing t independent samples. The results showed that rainfed rice farming contributed to the household income in Lau, Maros Baru and Simbang District is 90.0%, 70.0% and 57.5%, respective. Farm household food security based on the share of food expenditure is insecurity with 73.33%, 83.33%, and 67.50% for each regions.
The portrait of the underground economy and tax evasion: Description analysis from border region Kristianto, Aloysius Hari; Widya, Pramatatya Resindra; Nadapdap, Jones Parlindungan
JOURNAL OF SOCIOECONOMICS AND DEVELOPMENT Vol 4, No 2 (2021): Journal of Socioeconomics and Development
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31328/jsed.v4i2.2211

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Underground economic activity is a phenomenon that requires special and continuous treatment. This phenomenon is counterproductive to local revenues and is related to corrupt practices and tax evasion. The research was conducted in Bengkayang Regency, West Kalimantan Province, Indonesia. The qualitative phenomenological method was carried out by interviewing underground economic actors such as liquor producers, "pangku" coffee shops, and street vendors. The findings indicate that corruption activities in the form of collecting bribes and offering bribes are carried out in cash without going through a legal transaction mechanism. The underground economy practices tax evasion, does business without a permit, pays substandard wages, and does not protect workers with insurance.  The underground economic activity will contribute to an increase in the circulation of money in society, but do not take into account the regional economy. The need for massive supervision of individuals and the introduction of pentahelix elements to form synergies between actors and to begin to integrate and develop digital structures in every financial activity using e-government systems.JEL Classification  D73; E26; O17
Institution reinforcement of mosque in social economic empowerment of small traders community Efiyanti, Alfiana Yuli; Ali, Muhammad; Amin, Saiful
JOURNAL OF SOCIOECONOMICS AND DEVELOPMENT Vol 4, No 2 (2021): Journal of Socioeconomics and Development
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31328/jsed.v4i2.2272

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Historically, mosque is the center for human civilization with various activities covering social, economy, and culture. However, its function have been shifted and specialized into a place of worship.  This paper aims to describe the contribution of the great mosque of Attaqwa Pancor in social economic empowerment, particularly small businesses in Pancor, East Lombok, Nusa Tenggara Barat (NTB). The Data are collected through observation, interview, and document study. The result of the analysis shows that mosque involvement in the small-scale economic activities has brought them to be free from the difficulty of capital access and dependence. In the first stage, that is the period of 2019 to August 2020, through Mawar Emas program, total of 80 small-traders in Pancor village was helped to be free from debt problems. The great mosque of Attaqwa which is supported by Indonesia Sharia Economic Community (Masyarakat Ekonomi Syariah, MES) were successfully distributing the total amount of 80 million rupiahs for the small business purposes. The existence of the Attaqwa mosque proves and affirms that religious institutions can contribute to the social economic development. Considering the strategic position, this paper suggests the need for institutional reinforcement of mosque to restore its broad role in addition to religious issues.JEL Classification:  A13; O15; Z12
Socioeconomic and demographic characteristics as sources of social capital: A study of Indonesia Okviyanto, Choirul; Syafitri, Wildan
JOURNAL OF SOCIOECONOMICS AND DEVELOPMENT Vol 4, No 2 (2021): Journal of Socioeconomics and Development
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31328/jsed.v4i2.2570

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Over a decade, the development in Indonesia has achieved a good performance in macroeconomic indicators: stability in the economic growth and declining trend of poverty rate; however, this development tends to ignore the social phenomena in terms of social capital, in which the social capital index decreases dramatically during the past ten years. This paper aims to examine the sources of social capital in Indonesia. Consequently, the policymakers obtain some information to improve the social capital index in Indonesia. The present study utilizes the Indonesian Happiness Measurement Study (SPTK) 2017 covering 72,317 households around Indonesia and involves trust and tolerance, collective action, and group and network dimensions as a proxy of social capital. This study employs Ordinary Least Squares (OLS) analysis and finds that education is essential in predicting social capital. Besides, this study confirms that gender and location significantly affect social capital, where males and rural residents are likely to have higher social capital than females and urban residents in Indonesia. Eventually, based on research findings, this study offers some policy implementation for enhancing the social capital index in Indonesia: expanding the free educational program, encouraging women's participation in the community, and continue the village funds program.JEL Classification: B55; I25; O10

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