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Journal of S&T Policy and R&D Management
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Warta Kebijakan Iptek dan Manajemen Litbang (Journal of S&T Policy and R&D Management) is a scientific journal aimed to discuss theoretical and practical issues in science and technology policy for economic competitiveness, research and development management and innovation management. Researchers, academicians and practicioners in those areas are welcomed to send manuscripts to this journal. The Editor accepts an article or a book review in S&T policy, R&D management and Innovation Management. Two volumes are published in a year (July and December).
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RESEARCH INSTITUTIONS ROLE IN FRUGAL AGRICULTURAL INNOVATION SYSTEM: SYSTEM THINKING APPROACH Heryanto, Mahra Arari; Supyandi, Dika
Journal of S&T Policy and R&D Management Vol 10, No 2 (2012): Journal of S&T Policy and R&D Management
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As a system, agriculture is a growth engine related to each other: on-farm, off-farm and supporting sub systems. Capital and innovation are main driver of the integrated agriculture (agribusiness system). Hitherto,innovations in agribusiness system (especially on-farm) are still based on farmers’ conventional experiences, which become learning materials that are accumulated into farmers’ knowledge. However, farmer experiences need a long time period and spends a great expense (learning cost), which results in uncompetitive agricultural products related to cost and quality. Agricultural research institutions are still not be able to produce significant innovations for farmers. By the presence of research institution, learning cost and time period can be more efficient, not burden farmers which will reduce farmers income. Conception-adoption model of ST (science and technology) in agribusiness system is the main structure in frugal innovation system that one of its objectives is to produce competitive and qualified agricultural products. Research institution in the agricultural frugal innovation plays a strategic role as agricultural ST conception-adoption accelerator which is efficient and innovative. As a result, farmers can produce high quality products in low cost and high productivity and affect to the farmers income improvement. In practice, these efforts can be delivered by multiply interaction mechanism between farmers and researchers of research institutions in the development of ST agricultural innovation. The next step can be improved as an action research, which means that any research produced must be applied and each activity applied should be a research based.
Technology Adoption In Manufacturing Industry and Its Policy Implication Rosadi, A. Husni Y.
Journal of S&T Policy and R&D Management Vol 12, No 1 (2014): Journal of S&T Policy and R&D Management
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Technology adoption is an attempt to accelerate controlling, learning, and utilizing technology from the outside. This will encourage the organization to be able to improve its product, process and competitiveness. A survey conducted by the Ministry of Research and Technology in collaboration with the Agency for the Assessment and Application of Technology on large manufacturing industries (national private, SOE and FI) in Indonesia showed that: (1) respondents conduct technology adoption due to the awareness of the importance of technology innovation in improving company’s performance; (2) the mechanism of technology adoption is mostly done by purchasing machinery and/or equipment from vendors or suppliers, and only few is done by license; and (3) most of national private companies and FIs adopt technology from other country, while the SOEs tend to utilize domestic technology. Some policy implications are suggested: (1) provide incentives for company utilizing a technology; (2) prepare competent human resource to encourage mechanism of technology adoption on industry; (3) encourage research activity in company and consortium and partnership research activity; and (4) build research area allowing every innovation actor to interact with each other.
Development Model of Renewable Energy Policy Based On Social Forestry For Sustainable Biomass Industry Sadirsan, Erwin Susanto; Siregar, Hermanto; Eriyatno, Eriyatno; Legowo, Evita H.
Journal of S&T Policy and R&D Management Vol 12, No 1 (2014): Journal of S&T Policy and R&D Management
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Renewable energy development strengthened due to considering Energy Act number 30 year 2007 article 21. Presidential Decree No. 5, 2006, mandate the target energy mix by 2025 to be 17% for new and renewable energy. Companies can contribute in terms of investment as Corporate Social Responsibility for Community Development interests. This study aimed to (1) formulate the development of renewable energy policy models, in particular biomass for rural electrification, (2) formulate the factors that influence the price of feed in tariff policy, in particular wood based biomass, (3) design the role of social forestry for raw materials biopelet industry in a sustainable supply chain. Research methods used techniques of Soft Systems Methodology, in the form of case studies supported by the literature to provide an alternative approach to solve the problems faced by leaders in the Indonesian Mining Company.
PREFACE WARTA KIML VOL. 11, NO. 2, 2013 Hermawati, Wati
Journal of S&T Policy and R&D Management Vol 11, No 2 (2013): Journal of S&T Policy and R&D Management
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FRONT COVER WARTA KIML VOL. 11, NO. 2, 2013 Putera, Prakoso Bhairawa
Journal of S&T Policy and R&D Management Vol 11, No 2 (2013): Journal of S&T Policy and R&D Management
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APPENDIX WARTA KIML VOL. 11, NO. 2, 2013 Putera, Prakoso Bhairawa
Journal of S&T Policy and R&D Management Vol 11, No 2 (2013): Journal of S&T Policy and R&D Management
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BACK COVER WARTA KIML VOL. 11, NO. 2, 2013 Warta, Redaksi
Journal of S&T Policy and R&D Management Vol 11, No 2 (2013): Journal of S&T Policy and R&D Management
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The Linkage among Technology-Intensive Manufacture Industries in East Java by Input-Output Analysis Approach Sari, Karlina; Arifin, Mohamad
Journal of S&T Policy and R&D Management Vol 12, No 1 (2014): Journal of S&T Policy and R&D Management
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The economic crisis in 1998 had caused the decrease in economic growth up to 13% and particularly for industrial sector 11.4%. This shock encouraged local governments, including East Java to actively promote industry by utilizing the available natural resources; processing them into products that have value added. The study intends to see the linkage among technology-intensive industrial sectors before the economic crisis (1994) and after the economic crisis (2006). The analysis method used in the study is input-output (I-0) analysis, using the dispersion power index and the degree of sensitivity index from the multiplier matrix. The classification of manufacturing industry is based on its technology intensity, i.e. high-tech, medium-high-tech, medium-low-tech, and low-tech. The result of the study shows that the seed industry sector in 1994 is the industries with high backward and forward linkages, i.e. the group of basic metal and metal goods industry, and non-pharmaceutical chemical industry. In 2006, however, both industries had only high backward linkage. Furthermore, the industrial group with no potential is the industry with low backward and forward linkages in 1994, i.e. food, beverages, and tobacco industry. Nevertheless in 2006 this low-tech intensity industry became a potential, together with timber and rattan industry, and pharmaceuticals and traditional medicine industry. In 2006, the group with less potentials was the low-tech industry like textile, textile product, leather and footwear industry; and the medium-low-tech industry like oil refining industry; as well as the high-tech industry like, railway, transportation tools and its restoration industry. The shift occurred due to the factors of raw material use (local/import) and capability to produce value added products.
Financing System For Technology Application In The Management of High Value Horticultural Supply Chain: Case Study of Paprika Greenhouse Financing System In West Bandung Regency, West Java Kusnandar, Kusnandar; Perdana, Tomy
Journal of S&T Policy and R&D Management Vol 12, No 1 (2014): Journal of S&T Policy and R&D Management
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Until now, financing is still a problem for most farmers in developing country including    Indonesia, especially for high value commodity such as pepper. Pepper cultivation requires high investment cost due to the necessity of pepper to grow in a greenhouse equipped with drip irrigation installation. Most farmers today utilizes greenhouses with appropriate         technology. Even though favourable, the crop cannot reach optimal productivity. Meanwhile, Indonesian Vegetable Research Institute (Balitsa), cooperating with Wageningen University, has conducted a research to study a greenhouse design, optimal for Indonesian climate. However, the resulted greenhouse requires so high investment cost that most farmers cannot afford. Direct loan from banks is difficult to get because it requires guarantee and financing system, inappropriate with characteristics of farming. Due to that reason, it is necessary to have financing system that can help but does not burden farmers in its payment mechanism. This paper aims to analyze the financing system in supply chain management, capable to solve problems about financing access for small-scale business actor in order to apply a technology capable to increase productivity. This paper is written from the result of action research in Pasirlangu Village, Cisarua Subdistrict, West Bandung Regency. The result shows that the availability of partnerships between farmer groups/cooperation and exporters opens an opportunity for farmers to get loan from bank through guarantee from the exporters, with financing system regulated by exporters to fit the characteristic of pepper farming. The system also involves university as the facilitator.
Green Technology Roadmapping: A Case Study In Fast Moving Consumer Good (FMCG) Companies In Indonesia Laili, Nur
Journal of S&T Policy and R&D Management Vol 12, No 1 (2014): Journal of S&T Policy and R&D Management
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Degradation of environmental quality has become a global issue in the last decade. Industrial activity is one of the majorcauses of climate change and global warming. Governments in several countries have developed policies to reduce carbon emissions from industrial activity. The development and the use of innovative green technology products can be an alternative to reduce the impact of global warming due to carbon emissions from the industry. Adoption of green technology in the FMCG industry has become an interesting issue since it deals with the optimization of production costs and reduction of product prices that characterize the FMCG industry. This paper presents an overview of the adoption of green technology in the FMCG industry in Indonesia. A case study was conducted in one of the largest FMCG companies in Indonesia. The application of green technology is presented in the form of a technology roadmap for ten-year period between 2010 and 2020. The results showed that the adoption of green technology is the companys response to government policies and international regulations related to the environmental issues. The whole supply chain units of the company both internal and external, are involved in the adoption of green technology, while the technology itself comes from external source. The adoption of green technology has given some benefits to the company in the form of a decrease of environmental impacts caused by carbon emissions and hazardous waste. Another benefit is the adoption process increases the efficiency of production cost from economizing water and electricity uses. The indirect benefit from the adoption of green technology is the increasing company competitiveness through technological mastery and strong position of product in national FMCG market.

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