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ISSN : 14121425     EISSN : 22526757     DOI : 10.21776/ub.agrise
AGRISE adalah Jurnal Sosial Ekonomi Pertanian yang berada di lingkungan Fakultas Pertanian Universitas Brawijaya yang berupa hasil penelitian, studi kepustakaan maupun tulisan ilmiah terkait. Jurnal ini diterbitkan pertama kali pada tahun 2001 oleh Jurusan Sosial Ekonomi Pertanian FPUB. Pada tahun 2011, Jurnal Agrise bekerjasama dengan Perhimpunan Ekonomi Pertanian Indonesia (Perhepi) untuk meningkatkan kualitas dan kuantitas penerbitan. Jurnal Sosial Ekonomi Pertanian Agrise diterbitkan tiga kali setahun (bulan Januari, Mei, dan Agustus). Frekuensi penerbitan akan ditambah bila diperlukan. ISSN cetak : 1412-1425 ISSN Elektronik : 2252-6757
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INCORPORATING ENTERPRENEURSHIP IN A PRODUCTION FUNCTION Sujarwo Sujarwo; nuhfil hanani
Agricultural Socio-Economics Journal Vol 16, No 2 (2016)
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Entrepreneurship is an important factor which influences farmers’ production through the way how the rational farmers decide in allocating their inputs and make effective and efficient decisions facing risk and uncertainty in their production. Regarding this study, the first objective is to determine what is the essential factors can be applied to determine the level of entrepreneurship for the small scale farming production. The second objective is to utilize a fit production function incorporating entrepreneurship in the production function specified. The frontier production function is not fit with the data set; therefore, mean production function is selected for further analysis. Furthermore, the entrepreneurship that affects intercept in the model specified is the fit model with the variation of small-scale shallot production. It means that managerial skill is the most dominance factor in increasing production rather than entrepreneurship, which affects marginal productivity of inputs.
TECHNICAL EFFICIENCY ANALYSIS OF SUGAR CANE PRODUCTION IN SUTOJAYAN VILLAGE, PAKISAJI SUB-DISTRICT, MALANG, EAST-JAVA, INDONESIA Nanda Anggiadita; Sujarwo Sujarwo
Agricultural Socio-Economics Journal Vol 16, No 2 (2016)
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Government has a sugar self-sufficiency program in 2020 up to 2025. However, based on data from the Directorate General of Plantation (2013), the amount of sugar production is lower than the national sugar demand. The research location is Sutojayan village, Pakisaji district, Malang Regency, East Java, Indonesia. The purposes of this research are: (1) analyzing the factors that affect sugar cane production, (2) analyzing the level of technical efficiency on the sugar cane production, and (3) identifying the characteristics of respondents related to the level of efficiency achieved in the sugar cane production activities. The methods used in this research are SFA (Stochastic Frontier Analysis) approach and descriptive statistical analysis. Based on the results, seed and labor affect the increase of sugar cane production significantly. Farmers at the research location also has 5 percent opportunity to increase the production of sugar cane. The farmer respondents have high technical efficiency which is 95%. The characteristics of respondents generally consist of the age between 51 – 60 years, the last level of education is primary school, sugar cane farmer is the main job, the household size is 3 – 4 people, the experience of sugar cane farmer ranged between 21 – 30 years, using the BL (Bululawang) variety, the farm size of sugar cane is 0.10 – 0.50 hectares, and the status of land is the owner.
TECHNICAL EFFICIENCY OF WATERMELON FARMING IN BLAMBANGAN VILLAGE, MUNCAR SUB-DISTRICT, BANYUWANGI, EAST-JAVA, INDONESIA Ade Yoga Pratama; Sujarwo Sujarwo
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Small-scale farmers in Blambangan Village, Banyuwangi, East Java, Indonesia take risk decision in growing watermelon. Assuming that farmers are rational, they will be able to overcome many obstacles regarding the risky watermelon farming. However, in term of efficiency farmers have vary among them and this is the interested topic to be observed more. In line with this thought, this study has several objectives: (1) to analyze the level of technical efficiency of the use of factors of production in farming watermelons in the research area, and (2) to analyze the ratio between actual input and optimum input that should be used in the research area. The method used is Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) approach. The value of technical efficiency in this study is based on input-oriented and measurement of technical efficiency use DEA VRS (Variable Return to Scale). The results show that the average technical efficiency of respondent farmers are equal to 0.901. There are 11 respondents in state of Constant Return to Scale (CRS), 8 respondents in state of Increasing Return to Scale (IRS), and 2 respondents in state of Decreasing Return to Scale (DRS). There slack for all inputs used.
ANALYSIS THE EFFECT OF MARKETING MIX IN PURCHASING DECISION OF GROWING UP MILK (GUM) ON THREE SOCIO-ECONOMIC CLASSES IN MALANG Sunardi Sunardi; Jabal Tarik Ibrahim; Anas Tain
Agricultural Socio-Economics Journal Vol 16, No 2 (2016)
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The changing of consumer behavior is one of the attractive topic in consumer research. The dynamic of consumer behavior could be part that is caused the shorter life cycle product. Then, proper mapping of consumer’s socio-economic class is important thing to enable manufacturers in providing the best product according to customer expectation. The research aims to obtain an explanation about the effect of marketing mix (product, price, place and promotion) towards purchase decision of Growing Up Milk (GUM) products on three socio-economic classes (lower, middle and upper class) and to discover the differences among those three classes. The study was conducted in Malang using questionnaire and data processed by using Partial Least Squares as an alternative to the Structural Equation Modeling. The results showed that one of the marketing mix whis is product significantly affect purchase decision of GUM across the three classes. Price had significant effect to the purchase decision only at lower and upper class. Furthermore, place and promotion do not significantly affect the purchase decision across all classes. Variation change in endogenous variable (purchase decision) could be explained by exogenous variables (marketing mix), for 64.8% (upper), 48.3% (middle) and 49.9% (lower), respectively. Multi Group Analysis (MGA) showed that there are no significant differences between middle and lower class. A significant differences between upper class and middle class and also between upper class and lower class place on product and price. Upper class tends to purchase GUM due to its quality instead of product design and packaging. Price discount and lower price are not the main factors considered for the upper class.
VOLATILITY, PRICE TRANSMISSION AND VOLATILITY SPILLOVER ANALYSIS OF TOMATO IN MALANG AND KEDIRI REGENCIES Amylia Rahma Nurbani; Ratya Anindita; Suhartini Suhartini
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Fluctuation on tomatoes’ prices is considered unstable as well as unpredictable due to several obstructions on demands and supply, which are deemed to yield a price volatility. The indefinite and erratic price, in addition, opens a possibility for sellers to manipulate a couple of information related to the price so that consumers will not be transmitted to the price that has been collectively decided by farmers. This research aimed at analyzing the volatility, price transmission, and spillover volatility of tomatoes in Malang and Kediri Regencies, considering both the regencies are the biggest tomato producers within East Java. Furthermore, for data analysis, historical volatility approach was employed to measure the volatility, simple regression of Ordinary Least Square Method to measure the price transmission, and GARCH regression method for spillover volatility measurement. The research, moreover, unveiled that the price volatility, within the context of producers and consumers from the both regencies, increased significantly. In addition, the price transmission also happened to occur between the consumer and the producer prices in Malang Regency as that of in Kediri Regency. Besides, the typical condition also occurred, in terms of spillover volatility, engaging the consumer and the producer prices in both the regencies.
GOOD PRACTICES FOR MAINTAINING DIVERSITY OF TROPICAL FRUIT TREES THROUGH VALUE ADDITION ACTIVITIES BY WOMAN FARMERS IN EAST JAVA Kuntoro Boga Andri
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The tropical fruits genetic resources, had a vital roles on nourish and source of income of local people as well as natural preservation. The study which was conducted at two sites in East Java Province, Indonesia during 2011 to 2012,  aim to describe the significane of empowering women group to improve processing and market local mangos and citrus products. The study have proved the income contribution from mango and citrus production and its derivatives in both sited may reach 51 and 55 percent of total family income. To overcome of cheap price of fruits in the harvest season and enhance processing activities, training on processing techniques of mango was carried out by research institute (AIAT) in cooperation with NGO for the women farmers groups. In both sites, the processing units use all local varieties of fruits from the home garden and forest. Products currently are just sold in the local markets. Market expansion with an efficient distribution process in the future through promotion efforts may increase total consumers demand and marketing area. The practiced have maintaining diversity of tropical fruit trees through empowered women group to get the value added from local varieties of mango and citrus by process product and group marketing.

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