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DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY OF NATURAL TOURISM IN PANCAR MOUNTAIN NATURAL PARK Pambudi, Arde Lindung; Daryanto, Arief; Hartoyo, Sri
Jurnal Manajemen dan Kewirausahaan Vol 16, No 1 (2014): MARCH 2014
Publisher : Institute of Research and Community Outreach - Petra Christian University

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The purposes of this study are to identify the internal and external factors and to determine the best strategy for developing natural tourism in Pancar Mountain Natural Park. This study employs a descriptive method through surveys using a purposive sampling method. The analysis tools used are IFE and EFE, IE Matrix, SWOT Matrix and QSPM. Recommended strategies are: 1) product development strategy, 2) market penetration, 3) optimizing the cooperation of stakeholders, 4) defining the area and boundary of Pancar Mountain Natural Park, 5) increasing citizen participation and 6) increasing the role of associations.
PROSEDUR UJI KEPATUHAN TERHADAP PRINSIP BERSAING ISLAMI PADA INDUSTRI PERBANKAN SYARIAH: SEBUAH PROPOSAL BERDASARKAN TEORI DAN KAJIAN EMPIRIS ORGANISASI INDUSTRI Fahmi, Idqan; Daryanto, Arief; Siregar, Hermanto; Harianto, Harianto
JURNAL EKONOMI DAN KEBIJAKAN PEMBANGUNAN Vol. 1 No. 1 (2012): Jurnal Ekonomi dan Kebijakan Pembangunan
Publisher : IPB University

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An industry in Islamic Economics is required to compete perfectly regardless of its market structure. How to ensure this rule being implemented in reality, however, has been neglected either in literatures or by industry supervisors. This paper is aimed at proposing a systematic procedure to test the industry compliance toward islamic competition rules. The advance of  theory and empirics of New Empirical Industrial Organization is used to formulate the procedure. There are two conditions to satisfy for an industry to have an islamic competition. The first and necessary condition is rejecting the Traditional Hypothesis which is based on collutive bahaviour of dominant banks. The second and sufficient condition is, the perfect competition is driven more by the intention of syariah compliance rather than due to the pressure of contestability.         Keywords: SCP Paradigm, Perfect Competition, Contestable Market, Traditional Hypothesis, New Empirical Industrial Organization, Islamic Competition, Structural Approach, Nonstructural Approach, Panzar and Rosse Model
A PUSH AND PULL INTERVENTION TO CONTROL AVIAN INFLUENZA: A LESSON LEARNED FROM THE WESTERN JAVA POULTRY SECTOR Indrawan, Dikky; Stegeman, Arjan; Daryanto, Arief; Hogeveen, Henk
Jurnal Manajemen & Agribisnis Vol. 16 No. 3 (2019): JMA Vol. 16 No. 3, November 2019
Publisher : School of Business, Bogor Agricultural University (SB-IPB)

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HPAI H5N1 is considered endemic in Indonesian poultry and poses a major challenge to animal and human health authorities. The complex structure of the Indonesian poultry meat value chain is an important reason for the limited efficacy of HPAI control in Indonesia so far. The paper objective is to describe how to implement a push-and-pull strategy in the poultry supply chain to control HPAI infection in Western Java. More specifically, this study investigates the poultry value chain in Western Java in relation to consumers? behavior and governance of the value chain. Implementation of biosecurity and HPAI control measures was strongly related to the governance structure of the chain, with interactions that accentuating the risk of HPAI. In conclusion, a push strategy, as an incentive mechanism, should be designed in such a way that it pays attention to the interactions between actors in a value chain and their impact on introduction and transmission of disease. Moreover, a pull strategy as an incentive mechanism for consumers forcing producers to improve their production environment into higher levels of biosecurity is expected to be less effective than a push strategy targeting producers. Keywords: avian influenza, biosecurity, consumer preferences, willingness to pay, a push and pull strategy
MODEL IMPLEMENTASI STRATEGI SEBAGAI DETERMINAN KINERJA PERUSAHAAN Pella, Darmin Ahmad; Sumarwan, Ujang; Daryanto, Arief; Kirbrandoko, Kirbrandoko
Jurnal Manajemen Teknologi Vol 12, No 1 (2013)
Publisher : SBM ITB

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Berbagai studi menunjukkan bahwa implementasi strategi jauh lebih penting daripada formulasi strategi.  Namun demikian, masih sedikit penelitian mengenai kerangka implementasi strategi untuk meningkatkan kesuksesan organisasi.  Penelitian ini mengembangkan model implementasi strategi yang berperan meningkatkan kualitas implementasi strategi perusahaan. Studi menganalisis pengaruh kualitas implementasi strategi terhadap kesuksesan implementasi strategi dan kinerja perusahaan. Survei dilaksanakan pada 62 perusahaan Indonesia dari berbagai bidang industri.  Data dianalisis secara statistik dengan Structural Equation Modeling (SEM). Penelitian menemukan pengaruh signifikan tujuh faktor tahapan implementasi dan sembilan faktor kapabilitas pendukung implementasi strategi terhadap kesuksesan implementasi strategi. Selanjutnya kesuksesan implementasi strategi memiliki pengaruh signifikan terhadap kinerja perusahaan.
DAMPAK PEMBANGUNAN JALAN TERHADAP PENDAPATAN FAKTOR PRODUKSI INTRA DAN INTER REGIONAL KBI-KTI Muljono, Slamet; M. Sinaga, Bonar; Antameng, Max; Daryanto, Arief
Jurnal Transportasi Vol 10, No 2 (2010)
Publisher : Jurnal Transportasi

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The objective of this study is to analyze the impact of road construction on production factor income both forIntra and Inter West-East Region of Indonesia. The model used is named Interregional Social AccountingMatrix West and East Region of Indonesia (IRSAM WEI). Within the IRSAM WEI framework, constructionsector is disaggregated into construction of road infrastructure (including bridge) and others construction.Meanwhile urban and rural household income classification is disaggregated into low, middle, and highincomes. The result shows that the impact of road construction may increase production factor income. BothWI and EI urban areas gain larger benefit of production factor income than rural areas. In addition,interregionally, the WI gain more than the EI.Keywords: road construction, factor production income, interregional social accounting matrix
Factors Affecting Poor Strategy Implementation Pella, Muh. Darmin Ahmad; Sumarwan, Ujang; Daryanto, Arief; Kirbrandoko, .
Gadjah Mada International Journal of Business Vol 15, No 2 (2013): May-August
Publisher : Master of Management, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Gadjah Mada

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Research on strategy implementation has been developed for three decades, yet only a few studies focus on factors affecting poor strategy implementation. This research evaluates the influence of strategy implementation problems on strategy implementation success and firm performance. This survey was conducted in 60 Indonesian companies and the data were statistically analysed using Structural Equation Modeling Partial Least Square (SEM PLS). The results show significant influence of strategy implementation problems on the degree of successful strategy implementation and perceived firm performance. The seven major obstacles that have impact on poor strategy implementation are: problems related to corporate scorecard, key performance indicators, information technology, competence, performance appraisal, strategy management office, and financial support.                  
Competitiveness of Beef Cattle Farming in Indonesia: Domestic Resources Cost Approach Rouf, Ari Abdul; Daryanto, Arief; Fariyanti, Anna
Indonesian Bulletin of Animal and Veterinary Sciences Vol 24, No 2 (2014)
Publisher : Indonesian Animal Sciences Society

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Beef demand in Indonesian people is supplied from the domestic and import production, including Australia and New Zealand. Domestic Resources Cost (DRC) is one of the indicators in free trade that is defined as one of the competitiveness criteria. The competitiveness is determined by several factors, including resource, labor, technology and market demand. Based on the previous research results, it was obtained that: (1) The availability of abundant feed through the grazing system and crops livestock system can provide comparative advantage (DRC = 0.08-0.54); (2) The type of beef cattle kept had a good competitiveness (DRC = 0.08-0.94); (3) The labor’s wage can simultaneously create competitiveness (DRC<1); (4) The technological factor on farm level showed that the higher Average Daily Gain (ADG) will make the competitiveness increased; and (5) The number of cattle had a positive causality on the competitiveness with a coefficient of 0.510. The smallholder farmer with the average farming scale of three heads per farmer had a lower competitiveness (DRC = 0.08) compared to the cattle fattening company (DRC = 0.01-0.02). The existing research showed that the beef cattle farming in several places in Indonesia had good competitiveness (DRC<1), but in some areas, its value was close to one (less competitive). Therefore, in order to improve the competitiveness, the formulation and implementation of the farm subsector policy should be regarded as a system including upstream to downstream subsystems so it is expected that the coordination and synergy policy among stakeholder and economic actor will be better. Key words: Beef cattle, competitiveness, domestic resources cost
ANALISIS STRUKTUR, PERILAKU, DAN KINERJA INDUSTRI TEPUNG TERIGU DI INDONESIA Apriande, Cila; Daryanto, Arief
Forum Agribisnis Vol 2, No 2 (2012): FA Vol 2 No 2 September 2012
Publisher : Forum Agribisnis

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Flour is one of important crop commodity for Indonesian people. However, government interventions lead the formation of monopoli structure and capital accumulation. The purpose of the research is to analyze the structure, behavior and market performance of Indonesian flour industry. Structure-Conduct-Performance model is used to analyze the industry. The result shows that the industry structure is tight oligopoly where tight competition occurs among few big players. CR4 index is 76.3 percent and Hirchman-Herfindal Index is 3731.12. Price, as conduct indicator, is regulated by Flour Industry Association (Aptindo) with regards of international price and cost of transportation. Industry performance is inefficient or constable (either one or both) based on 10.75 PCM index. Government intervention is required to prevent market control by big players.
STRATEGI MANAJEMEN RESIKO PETANI CABAI MERAH PADA LAHAN SAWAH DATARAN RENDAH DI JAWA JAWA TENGAH Saptana, Saptana; Daryanto, Arief; Daryanto, Heny K.; Kuntjoro, Kuntjoro
Jurnal Manajemen & Agribisnis Vol. 7 No. 2 (2010): Vol. 7 No. 2 Oktober 2010
Publisher : School of Business, Bogor Agricultural University (SB-IPB)

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Red pepper farmers as the farm managers deal with risk management. Objectives of this study was to analysis farmers? behavior in coping with risks and risks management strategy on red pepper farm management on lowland in Central Java. This study was carried out between February to March, 2009, in lowland areas in Kersana sub district, Brebes district; Karangnongko, Jogonalan, Manisrenggo, and Ngawen sub districts, Klaten district, and Teras sub district, Boyolali district, Central Java.   Decision to adopt dominant cropping pattern by including red pepper as high economic value commodity was an ex ante risk management strategy. Meanwhile, interactive risk management was carried out through over use of seeds and pesticides. If the farms failed and led to lower households? incomes and farm sustainability, the farmers tended to employ other farm incomes, to draw savings, to sell some assets, and to borrow as the ex post risk strategy management. Implications of this study are: (i) cropping patterns need to include red pepper to sustain and to improve farmers? incomes; (ii) application of hybrid red pepper varieties to cope with environmental pressure and pests? attack; (iii) farm practice technique should be locally specific based on red pepper varieties and agro ecology; (iv) farm diversification and agriculture insurance could lessen production risk; and (v) farmers? group and contract farming will reduce marketing risks.
DAMPAK PERUBAHAN PRODUKTIVITAS SEKTORAL BERBASIS INVESTASI TERHADAP DISPARITAS EKONOMI ANTAR WILAYAH DAN KONDISI MAKROEKONOMI DI INDONESIA Purnamadewi, Yeti Lis; Tambunan, Mangara; Oktaviani, Rina; Daryanto, Arief
Jurnal Manajemen & Agribisnis Vol. 7 No. 2 (2010): Vol. 7 No. 2 Oktober 2010
Publisher : School of Business, Bogor Agricultural University (SB-IPB)

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The objective of this study is  to examine the impact of  sectoral investment on regional disparity, and macroeconomic performances in Indonesia.  Investment have an important role in increasing productivity in order to encourage economic growth and equity. Investment allocation in Indonesia is biased to industry sector and to Java island.  Eventhough structural change in Indonesian economy have been excisting, this structural change is associated with the shift from a predominantly agricultural economy to one dominated by the industry and service sectors, but most of the regional economy are still dominated by agriculture sector and this sector has highest contribution on employment absorption.  Model of CGE multiregional is a comfortable method to analyse that aims of the study. The main finding was that the priority of investment allocation into the agriculture, agro-industry and infrastructure sectors or implementation of the ADLI strategy  supported by infrastructure construction results the best impact on growth and on decreasing regional disparity.  But, the ADLI strategy supported by infrastructure construction has a weakly impact on increasing the investment expenditure and export. 
Co-Authors - Harianto . Kirbrandoko . Kuntjoro Achmad Fadillah Aditama, Yofie Aditama, Yofie Agus Maulana Amzu Rifin, Amzu Amzul Rifin Anas Miftah Fauzi Anna Fariyanti Arde Lindung Pambudi Ari Abdul Rouf Arli Arli Asep Saefuddin Asikin, Munawar Asikin, Zenal Ayu, Kahiyang Baihaki Baihaki BONAR M. SINAGA BONAR M. SINAGA Bunasor Sanim Bustanul Arifin Cila Apriande D. S. Priyarsono D.S. Priyarsono Darmawan, Harris Doni Yusri Dudi S. Hendrawan Dwijosumono, Subagio Edi, Wicaksono Sarwo Eriyatno Eriyatno Ermansyah, Ledi Fitria Virgantari Hadi K. Purwadaria Hari Rujito Harianto Harianto Hendra Saputra Hendro Sasongko Heny K Daryanto Heny K. Daryanto Heny Kuswanti Daryanto Heri Susanto HERMANTO SIREGAR Hogeveen, Henk Husein Slamet Ramdhani, Husein Slamet Ichwani, Titah Haritul Idha Susanti Idqan Fahmi Imam Teguh Saptono Indrawan, Dikky Innas Rovino Katuruni, Innas Rovino Iwan Setiawan Johar, Setijadi KETUT KARIYASA Khairunnisa Khairunnisa Kirbrandoko Kirbrandoko Koes Pranowo Kuntjoro . Kuntjoro Kuntjoro Linda Tri Wira Astuti Listiningrum, Septiana Listiningrum, Septiana Luky Adrianto Lukytawati Anggraeni M Firdaus M. Efendi Arianto M. Husein Sawit Machfud . Machfud Machfud MANGARA TAMBUNAN Manuntun Parulian Hutagaol Marimin . Max Antameng Mohamad Husein Sawit Muh. Darmin Ahmad Pella Muhammad Fauzanul Hakim Abdurrahim Muhammad Hasan Tanjung Muladno Muladno Musa Hubeis Nabhani, Irfan Napitupulu, Muktar Nariyono, Bambang Noer Azam Achsani Novi Rosanti Nunung Nuryartono Paraden Arianto Aritonang, Paraden Arianto Pella, Darmin Ahmad Pratiwi, Nandika Aisya Rachmani, Nizza Nadya Rahmana, Adhitya Ramadanti, Annisa Rimadianti, Dini Maharani Arum Rina Oktaviani Rio B.M.T. Hutagaol, Rio B.M.T. Rita Nurmalina Rochman, E, Nurul Taufiqu Rudjito Rudjito Rustam Abd. Rauf Sa?id, Gumbira Sahara Sahara Salsabila, Yasmin Nabila Saptana . Saptana Saptana Saptana, . Sari Wiji Utami Setiadi Djohar Siti Jahroh Siti Sundari Sjafri Mangkuprawira Slamet Muljono Sri Hartoyo Sri Utami Kuntjoro Stegeman, Arjan Stevan Gneissanda Hage, Stevan Gneissanda Subhan, . Sugeng Hari Wisudo Sukardi Sukardi Sumardjito, Herry Supandi, Ade Surip Prayugo Suswono Suswono Sutardjo Sutardjo Tauhid Ahmad Ujang Sumarwan Vharessa Aknesia, Vharessa Wati Hermawati Wedelia, Lillah Wibowo, Mohamad Emir Yayuk Farida Baliwati Yeti Lis Purnamadewi Yusman Syaukat