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Sujarwo
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sujarwo@ub.ac.id
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+62341-551665
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agrise@ub.ac.id
Editorial Address
Socio-Economics/Agribusiness, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Brawijaya, Jl. Veteran Malang, 65145
Location
Kota malang,
Jawa timur
INDONESIA
AGRISE
Published by Universitas Brawijaya
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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FARMER’S INTENTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION Dwi Renita; Ratya Anindita
Agricultural Socio-Economics Journal Vol 17, No 3 (2017)
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The purposes of this research is to describe local knowledge of farmer’s perception toward climate change and to analyze farmer’s intention toward climate change adaptation based on the theory of planned behavior. The sampling method used is simple random sampling with the population is the farmers in the research location. Data was analyzed using descriptive statistics analysis and also structural equation modeling – partial least square (SEM-PLS) for generating information regarding farners behavior toward climate change. The results showed that 57.5 percent of respondents said that the intensity of rainy season and the temperature were changing significantly and 40 percent respodents also agree that the temperature was getting higher. There was 65% of respondents said that the climate change was driven by deforestration or logging. However, there was 17.5% of respondents said that factories have caused the climate change. Impact of climate change cause increasing pests and diseases attacking paddy crops and decreasing significantly of land productivity. For the structural equation modeling, subjective norm and perceived behavior control infuence positively the intention of farmers’ adaptation toward climate change.
The Export Performance of Indonesian Dried Cassava in the World Market Nico Adi Putra Hutabarat
Agricultural Socio-Economics Journal Vol 17, No 3 (2017)
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As an exporter of dried cassava, Indonesia ranks third worldwide; following Thailand and Vietnam. Indonesia was among the top four of dried cassava producers in the world; however, between year 2000 and 2015, by average only 0.63% of the total production was exported. Indonesia needs to improve the competitiveness performance. This study investigates the growth in exports of Indonesian Cassava in the World Market. The Constant Market Share (CMS) was used to measure the growth in exports of Indonesian Cassava. Based on result of Constant Market Share (CMS), Indonesia, Thailand, and Vietnam maintained their share in the world market during the Global Economic Crisis, because the growth rates of dried cassava import relative quickly during the crisis. The crisis make the import of other commodities are decreased during the crisis. But, it did not happen for dried cassava. The dried cassava export to the world survived during this crisis.
PRODUCTION OPTIMIZATION AND FOOD NEEDS PROVISION DISTRIBUTION IN SOUTH HALMAHERA REGENCY, NORTH MALUKU Ahmad Yunan Arifin
Agricultural Socio-Economics Journal Vol 17, No 3 (2017)
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Small islands have food development constraints due to their location characteristics which are dispersed and isolated. These small islands have limited capacity of land resource along with low efficiency of food distribution so that it influences sufficiency level of affordable food availability. Therefore, the aims of this research are: (1) to analyze regional food balance to fulfil food and nutrition needs; (2) to analyze the direction of food production development with small island basis; and (3) to analyze the interaction pattern of food distribution among small islands to ensure sufficiency food availability. This research was conducted in March-December 2016 in South Halmahera Regency. This research design is explorative using primary and secondary data. Primary data was collected by observation results, interview, and Focused Group Discussion (FGD). The result research shows that land optimization for the development of Wetland Food Crops (TPLB), Dry land Food Crops (TPLK), and Annual Food crops (TPT) are able to fulfil South Halmahera people’s food needs and its land availability surplus is 5.159,2; 34.834,9 and  21.971,0 ha. Interaction pattern among small island is needed for food availability from TPLK and TPLB in Bacan and Makian Small Island. Interaction pattern among small islands is needed for rice availability in all sub district of South Halmahera by optimize land resource potential, system recovery of land transportation and port warehouse in every small islands, empowerment of citizen ship in rice distribution from small island centre to every sub districts as well as TPLK and TPT distribution from nearby sub district in the same small island.
FACTORS AFFECTING FARMERS’ ACCEPTABILITY TOWARD AGRICULTURAL INSURANCE PROGRAM IN MALANG, EAST JAVA, INDONESIA Sujarwo Sujarwo
Agricultural Socio-Economics Journal Vol 17, No 3 (2017)
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Farmers face high risk and uncertainty in their production. There are farmers that are able to manage the risk; however, most of them fail to adapt the risk and uncertainty. If catastropihic losses happen then the farmers will suffer and come to the poverty. Therefore, government of Indonesia attempts to conduct agricultural insurance policy to prevent that case happening specially for small-scale farming. This study contributes in understanding what factors will endorse the acceptance of agricultural insurance for small-scale farming. The data analysis employed is binomial logistic regression in finding factors that negatively or positively affect the agricultural insurance program. The data was obtained through survey conducted in January to Mei 2017. The location of this study is Malang Regency, East-Java Province, Indonesia. The results found that there was 50 percent of the farmers accepting the agricultural insurance program and the other half of farmers unwilling to support the program. Regarding factors which affect negatively to the willingness to accept agricultural insurance are age, profit, and the number sources of income. Then, the factors which affects positively to the agricultural insurance are farming size, the experience of buying insurance, and also the intencity of farmers in attending farmers’ group meeting.
ANALYSIS OF DETERMINING LOCATION INDUSTRY SUGAR FACTORY IN THE DISTRICT BLITAR Alfa Chintya Anissa Haq
Agricultural Socio-Economics Journal Vol 17, No 3 (2017)
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Location is an important part of social and economic activities of the concerned area by the proximity of one activity to another activity and the impact on these activities. In industrial activities, selecting the right location can have an impact on expenses both production costs and marketing costs. Development of the agricultural industry based on sugarcane and sugar as the main product is a strategic commodity. There are many sugarcane production in some areas still not been used by the sugar factorys. Capacity of sugar factorys that are still on a small scale led to these production of sugarcane being not fully used. One effort to utilize the production of sugar cane is to built a new sugar factory. This study aimed to analyze the deciding factorsof the sugar factory industry site selection and determine potential locations in Blitar. The analytical method used are factor analysis and factor rating. The results showed that the factors that affect the site selection of the sugar factory industry are spatial concentration factor, the factor of raw materials and infrastructure factors. Other potential sites for the construction of the sugar factory industry in Blitar including the District Nglegok, Ponggok, Binangun, Kanigoro and Wonotirto.
THE ECONOMIC VALUE OF PADDY FIELD BASED ON ITS FACULTIES TO SUPPORT LAND PRODUCTIVITY IN LOWOKWARU SUBDISTRICT, MALANG, EAST JAVA Rina Suprihati
Agricultural Socio-Economics Journal Vol 17, No 3 (2017)
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:  Paddy fields commonly possesses intrinsic natural processes and external benefits that support land productivity.  Soil fertility which shown by nutrient contents (Nitrogen, phosporous, potassium and organic matters) gives evidence of the existence of natural processes that occur within the soil that will be lost when land conversion happens.  Similarly the external benefit of paddy fields as container of domestic waste compost will be lost too due to the land conversion. These functions and benefits are very important but are not appreciated by society. Giving economic values to paddy fields based on these two faculties will inform the society how valuable paddy fields are as natural resources. The economic valuation method used in this reserch is the Replacement Cost Method (RCM) with mathematical formula as follows NELSsFPUH = (UN x Pn + UP x Pp + UK x Pk+ UBO x PBO) x A for economic value of paddy field as provider of nutrients contents (N, P, K) and organic matters; and NELSPK = (WK/KK) x PK x A for economic value of paddy field as compost container. The research was taken place in 6 sub-subdistricts in Lowokwaru Subdistrict with 205 hectares of paddy fields.  The economic value of paddy field is about Rp 133,31 billions for economic value of paddy field as provider of nutrients contents (N, P, K) and organic matters; and Rp 7,76 billions for economic value of paddy field as compost container.   For both faculties the average economic value Rp 688,18 million per hectare. Paddy fields in Lowokwaru Subdistricts are very feasible to be protected from conversion due to its satisfactory soil fertility and its potential to be increased, thus it is able to maintain land productivity. Therefore, it is very reasonable to call pady fields as productive open green space in which economic and social activities can be developed

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