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Socio-Economics/Agribusiness, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Brawijaya, Jl. Veteran Malang, 65145
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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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THE INFLUENCE OF SUSTAINABLE SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT ON PERFORMANCE OF ORGANIC COFFEE IN PASURUAN REGENCY Nikmah Husnaeni; Dwi Retnoningsih
Agricultural Socio-Economics Journal Vol 21, No 1 (2021): JANUARY
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21776/ub.agrise.2021.021.1.2

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Pasuruan Regency is the largest area of organic coffee in East Java, Indonesia that has a potential future competitive advantage, but organic coffee is currently still weak and has to compete with non-organic coffee and imported coffee. Increase competition and make a business become sustainable require the involvement of actors in the supply chain and sustainable principles. This study aims to analyze the influence of supply chain sustainable management on performance in organic coffee in Pasuruan Regency. This research conducted in Prigen and Tutor Districts, Pasuruan Regency, East Java, in March until April 2020. The data was gathered from 51 respondents who were determined using purposive sampling and the Rules of Thumb with SEM-PLS as the analysis technique. Based on SEM-PLS analysis, sustainable supply management practices have a sustainable positive effect on sustainable performance, except for sustainable supplier management on social performance and sustainable consumer management on environmental performance. This is due to the lack of involvement of all suppliers in the social activities of the community and consumers who are not oriented towards the environmental aspects of organic coffee.
GAME THEORY APPLICATION IN DECISION MAKING OF HORTICULTURE FARMING Putri Budi Setyowati; Hery Toiba; S Sujarwo; S Syafrial; Condro Puspo Nugroho
Agricultural Socio-Economics Journal Vol 21, No 1 (2021): JANUARY
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In running farming system, farmers not only have a role important as owners who land they farm. But also they are as farm managers to make any decisions to face their farming problems under risk and uncertainty. These problems are categorized as internal and external factors related to price fluctuations of agricultural commodities. For that reason, farmers need to consider some strategies to overcome their farming problem for instance by choosing the best commodities that would give them an optimal profit. The maximax, maximin, savage, and laplace criterions were used to analyze decision making of horticulture farmer in determining which best horticultural commodities to plant according to their behaviour and attitude toward farming risk. Thus, horticulture farmer will be able to make a choice whether or not it is potato, cabbage, or, scallion that will be cultivated in the next planting period. Potato farmers are categorized as the optimistic farmer who loves farming risks and they are cautious. While scallion farmers are pessimistic farmers and they are risk averse. In addition, cabbage farmers are the ones who have the least regret.
INDUSTRY CONCENTRATION AND GROWTH IN PHILIPPINE AGRICULTURE Karen Debbie Jabenar Cosrojas; Rec E Eguia
Agricultural Socio-Economics Journal Vol 21, No 1 (2021): JANUARY
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The study investigated the extent of relationship of the agriculture industry concentration and growth of Philippine agriculture. Specifically, it determined the key agriculture sub-sectors in each region in the Philippines and investigated the regional industry concentration and economic performance nexus. The objectives were achieved using secondary data for the 16 regions in the Philippines. Location Quotient (LQ) and correlation analysis were used as tools to make sense of the data. Results show a number of key industries in each region which from the assumptions of the LQ formed the economic base of the region. The findings show non-significant correlation between regional industry concentration and the GVA for agriculture. This suggested for further investigation of the concentration or diversity relationship to economic performance.
ANALYSIS OF SUPERIOR CROPS LOCATION IN EAST JAVA, INDONESIA Hanifatus Sahro; Shwu-En Chen; S Sujarwo
Agricultural Socio-Economics Journal Vol 21, No 1 (2021): JANUARY
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Regional development is an important aspect in improving the regional economy, and its relationship with the national economy. East Java Province is one of the regions with the most potential agricultural sector and is the highest national granary area in Indonesia. Maximizing the potential of the resources owned by East Java will accelerate the development process and increase the regional and national economy. For the economic growth,this study aims to examine the crops performance to estimate the pattern of regional economic growth in East Java. The time series data of East Java Central Bureau of Statistics from2008 to 2017 are adopted. The location quotient analysis and shift-share analysis with three indicators, namely regional economic growth, proportional shift growth, and differential shift, are used.The results showed that crops such as corn, green beans, peanuts, soybeans, rice, sweet potatoes, and cassava in 29 districts and 9 cities of East Java have crucial performance and economic growth patterns. As the results, to consider and identify priority policy plans to accelerate regional economic development and growth are suggested.
PRESTIGIOUS PERCEPTION OF POTATO FARMING: AN OVERVIEW OF THE ECONOMY, SOCIO-CULTURE, AND ITS EXISTENCE Cahyo Nur Muhammad; Yuli Hariyati
Agricultural Socio-Economics Journal Vol 21, No 1 (2021): JANUARY
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Potato farming has been developed by the Tengger Tribe in Ngadisari Village, Sukapura District, Probolinggo Regency. These tribal people cultivate various agricultural commodities, but they feel prestige when farming potatoes. This prestigious perception underlines the research that aims: 1. To determine the existence of the prestigious perception, 2. To analyze economically whether potato farming supports the prestigious perception that it can provide higher profits than other plants cultivated on the same land, and 3. Are there socio-cultural reasons for the prestigious perception of potato farming. This study used quantitative methods with 30 respondents selected by purposive sampling. The description method used to know the existence and identify social-cultural factors of the prestigious perception. To prove that economically, analyzed by comparing the potato’s farming income with non-potato on the same land. The result showed: 1) 77 % of respondents still feel prestige if they cultivate potatoes, 2) economically, potato farming had a higher income than non-potato farming, and 3) socio-cultural factors that support Tengger Tribe feel prestige: a. passed down from generation to generation, b. farming complexity challenges, and c. the needs and equality of female workers.
AGROTOURISM DEVELOPMENT OF MAPPING BRAND POSITIONING AND COMPETITVE LANDSCAPE: UGC (USER GENERATED CONTENT) APPROACH Annisa Firdauzi; Agustina Shinta Hartanti Wahyuningtyas; Riyanti Isaskar
Agricultural Socio-Economics Journal Vol 21, No 1 (2021): JANUARY
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Starting from 2009-2018 there has been an increase in the number of hotel resorts in Indonesia, so that the level of competition is higher and building a brand positioning agrotourism-based resort hotels can not only by creating regular marketing campaigns. The study used review data from online platforms tripadvisor.com. This study reveals the brand positioning of resort hotels and mapping the competitive landscape with the UGC approach to identifying the competing attributes of resort hotels in Bali. This study detects brand attributes using customer preferences as well as perceptual performance. Therefore, this study combines content analysis (UGC) and repertory grid (RGA) to answer research objectives. 13,784 customer reviews of the six best beach resort hotels in Bali are used to explore and visualize the competitive landscape. Sample determination techniques in this study using non-probability sampling approach. The findings of this study, identified the dominant agrotourism attributes in Bali are view and garden. This study detected that 66.67% of hotel resorts in Bali have asymmetric competitive model competition. Hotel resorts in Bali is mostly competing on PC1 which is a basic hotel offer. This research not only recommends competing for attributes to strengthen brand positioning in customers' minds but also competes with optimal allocation of hotel resort resources.
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION: INVESTING BASIC AGRI-FOOD EDUCATION AND AGRIPRENEURSHIP KNOWLEDGE TO EARLY AGE STUDENTS S Sujarwo; Dian Islami Prasetyaningrum; Yusri Fajar; Edlyn Khurotul Aini; Anisa Aprilia; Putri Budi Setyowati; Fitrotul Laili
Agricultural Socio-Economics Journal Vol 21, No 1 (2021): JANUARY
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The disinterest of the young generation in agriculture carries out awareness in providing agricultural education from an early age. Agri-food education and agripreneurship can be solutions to awake the youth’s awareness that the agricultural sector is also a profitable business. Moreover, the positive perception of farmers as a profession also needs to be grown, especially for early age students. This present study was conducted to increase the interest, competence, and entrepreneurial spirit in agriculture through the implementation of agri-food education and agripreneurship. It was a case study, and the participants were 30 students of 5th grader in SD IT Al-Anwar Mojosari. There were three stages involved: 1) Preparation, 2) Implementation of the Program, and 3) Evaluation. For the data collection, a survey was used as an instrument in this study. The results have shown that there were the high enthusiasm and participation of the students during the activities which are indicated the positive effects of the implemented program.
ANALYSIS OF COST AND RETURNS IN RICE PRODUCTION BY USAID-MARKETS II PROJECT PARTICIPANTS AND NON-PARTICIPANTS IN EBONYI STATE, NIGERIA Ogechi Cordelia Nwahia
Agricultural Socio-Economics Journal Vol 21, No 1 (2021): JANUARY
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This research work focused on analysis of cost and returns in rice production by USAID-MARKETS II project participants and non-participants in Ebonyi state, Nigeria. Multi-stage sampling procedure was employed to select 239 participants, and 252 non- participants for the study. Data were collected from primary source, and analyzed using Z statistic, Net Farm Income (NFI) and Returns Per Naira Invested (RNI). The result reveals that the Net Farm Income (NFI) obtained by USAID-MARKETS II project participants, and non-participants were N493, 067.55/ha, and N353, 408. 12/ha respectively while the return on investment obtained by them were N3.28k, and N3.05k respectively. There was a significant difference between the profits obtained by them. Therefore, this study recommended that the teaming unemployed Nigerian youth should be encourage by the government, and international agencies through provision of grant/loan to take up rice farming as a business.
NAVIGATING FISH FOOD INSECURITY BY SIMULTANEOUS HOUSEHOLD AND MARKETED SURPLUS-LED PRODUCTIONS IN KOGI STATE OF NIGERIA Sanusi Mohammed Sadiq; I P Singh; M M Ahmad
Agricultural Socio-Economics Journal Vol 21, No 1 (2021): JANUARY
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The study determined the factors influencing simultaneously household and marketed surplus-led fish production in Nigeria’s Kogi State using cross-sectional data collected from 105 fish farmers. The sample size was achieved using a multi-stage sampling technique and the collected data were elicited viz. structured questionnaire complemented with interview schedule. Both descriptive and inferential statistics were used to achieve the conceptualized objectives. Empirical evidences showed that marketed surplus-led fish production was affected by less risky non-farm incomes with high income turnover and capital paucity. However, marketable surplus-led production was enhanced by enlarged income, readily available demand that matches the supply and entrepreneurship zeal among the youthful population in the studied area. In view of the foregoing, the research recommends the need to strengthen the value chain of fish marketing so as to contain any challenge viz. market imperfection which in the long-run will jeopardize market-orientation of fish farming which is nascent among most of the farmers in the studied area. In addition, there is need to address gender inequality in order to arrest poverty vulnerability among women folk viz. budget gender mainstreaming so as to achieve growth and development which are pre-requisite for globalization.

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