Setiowiji Handoyo
Pusat Penelitian Perkembangan Ilmu Pengetahuan dan Teknologi - Lembaga Ilmu Pengetahuan Indonesia

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RESEARCH COLLABORATION FOR SEMI TOP DOWN INCENTIVE PROGRAM FROM MINISTRY OF RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY FUNDING SCHEME, PERIOD 2008-2010 Handoyo, Setiowiji; Putera, Prakoso Bhairawa
Journal of S&T Policy and R&D Management Vol 10, No 2 (2012): Journal of S&T Policy and R&D Management
Publisher : Pusat Penelitian Perkembangan Iptek, LIPI

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Incentive programs the Ministry of Research and Technology (KRT) is a stimulant in order to increase collaborative research in Indonesia. Collaborative research to be a bridge of cooperation between researchers and organizations, both in terms of human resources, equipment, funds, ideas, and so forth, all through the funding support of KRT. In order to reveal the research activities financed from the Incentive Program, the research was conducted. Another objective of this research is to see how the level of collaboration/cooperation on research conducted by the researchers conducting incentive. This research is a descriptive study using quantitative data. Source data from KRT incentive program managers. Analysis was performed on all activities financed incentive incentive program KRT during 2008-2010. The results of this study concluded that from 1226 the activities carried out in the years 2008-2010 incentive program KRT greatest activity conducted applied research on the types of incentives (498 events). Meanwhile, according to the focal plane, most activities are in the areas of food security (386 events) and according to science should be in the field of engineering sciences (553 events). Collaboration of researchers at the activity level incentives earned 20.43% done in collaboration by two or more researchers.
EVOLUTION PROCESS OF INTER-ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONS (IOR) IN AUTO PARTS FIRMS Handoyo, Setiowiji; Laksani, Chichi Shintia
Journal of S&T Policy and R&D Management Vol 11, No 1 (2013): Journal of S&T Policy and R&D Management
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Sustainability and improved performance of a company is closely associated with companys relationships with other organizations. Understanding the relationship between organizations (inter-organizational relations/IOR) is inseparable from the existence of a repeated process of interaction between or among organizations. In fact, the interaction process is related with time which determines whether a relationship increases from initial stage to mature stage. Through case studies, this study answers question of how the process of evolution IOR occur in automotive parts company with other organizations. This study also explains to what extent the strength evolution of the IOR process occurs, and the factors inducing IOR to reach the stage of mature/stable characterized by mutual trust. Results of the study showed that the evolutionary stage of IOR on automotive parts company with other actors vary widely. In the company forming a production network with principal, IOR has reached a mature stage. While the company which has no relationship with a production network with principals, trust in dealing with other actors (suppliers and principals) can be achieved with some length of time in interacting/dealing coupled in addition with an increase in the companys ability to meet the requirements from the principal/customer. Proponent factors for IOR until reaching a mature stage/stable in automotive component company is related with the companys position in the automotive business network, in addition to the ability of each party to honor the agreement that has been agreed in interacting.
Tingkat Kolaborasi Peneliti pada Program Insentif : “Semi Top-Down”Kementrian Riset dan Teknologi, Tahun 2008-2010) Handoyo, Setiowiji; Putra, Prakoso Bhairawa
STI Policy and Management Journal Vol 10, No 2 (2012): Warta KIML (Journal of S&T Policy and R&D Management)
Publisher : Center for Science and Technology Development Studies, Indonesian Institute of Sciences

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Incentive programs the Ministry of Research and Technology (KRT) is a stimulant in order to increase collaborative research in Indonesia. Collaborative research to be a bridge of cooperation between researchers and organizations, both in terms of human resources, equipment, funds, ideas, and so forth, all through the funding support of KRT. In order to reveal the research activities financed from the Incentive Program, the research was conducted. Another objective of this research is to see how the level of collaboration/cooperation on research conducted by the researchers conducting incentive. This research is a descriptive study using quantitative data. Source data from KRT incentive program managers. Analysis was performed on all activities financed incentive incentive program KRT during 2008-2010. The results of this study concluded that from 1226 the activities carried out in the years 2008-2010 incentive program KRT greatest activity conducted applied research on the types of incentives (498 events). Meanwhile, according to the focal plane, most activities are in the areas of food security (386 events) and according to science should be in the field of engineering sciences (553 events). Collaboration of researchers at the activity level incentives earned 20.43% done in collaboration by two or more researchers.
Pembuatan Kebijakan Berbasis Bukti: Studi Pada Proses Pembuatan Kebijakan Standardisasi Alat dan Mesin Pertanian di Indonesia Asmara, Anugerah Yuka; Handoyo, Setiowiji
STI Policy and Management Journal Vol 13, No 1 (2015): Warta KIML (Journal of S&T Policy and R&D Management)
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In Indonesia, generally, policy making is not based on research finding, but it is based on intuition of stakeholders. One evidence based policies that is implemented in Indonesia is policy for standardization of agriculture tools-and-machinery or “Alsintan”. This policy is important for users regarding with work safety and as a barrier of entering of low quality goods from foreign countries. Therefore, the policy for standardization of Alsintan must be formulated with consideration of technical, social, and economic aspects. This policy formulation process involves various actors contributing each other like government, enterprises, experts, and representative organizations. Each actor has his own interest of within formulation process of Indonesian National Standard Alsintan. Nevertheless, actor’s interest in SNI formulation are not partisanship. It means that each actor recognizes the importance of empirical studies and research results as an input at SNI formulation meeting. This research is an empirical study conducted by the way of qualitative-descriptive analysis. This research uses primary and secondary data to support analysis. This research finding is that policy making process for standardization of Alsintan is a collaborative process among actors who have different interests. The role of government is needed to generate and coordinate actors to achieve common goal, based on research results and scientific studies.
Proses Evolusi Inter-Organizational Relation (IOR) Pada Perusahaan Komponen Otomotif Handoyo, Setiowiji; Laksani, Chichi Shintia
STI Policy and Management Journal Vol 11, No 1 (2013): Warta KIML (Journal of S&T Policy and R&D Management)
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Sustainability and improved performance of a company is closely associated with company's relationships with other organizations. Understanding the relationship between organizations (inter-organizational relations/IOR) is inseparable from the existence of a repeated process of interaction between or among organizations. In fact, the interaction process is related with time which determines whether a relationship increases from initial stage to mature stage. Through case studies, this study answers question of how the process of evolution IOR occur in automotive parts company with other organizations. This study also explains to what extent the strength evolution of the IOR process occurs, and the factors inducing IOR to reach the stage of mature/stable characterized by mutual trust. Results of the study showed that the evolutionary stage of IOR on automotive parts company with other actors vary widely. In the company forming a production network with principal, IOR has reached a mature stage. While the company which has no relationship with a production network with principals, trust in dealing with other actors (suppliers and principals) can be achieved with some length of time in interacting/dealing coupled in addition with an increase in the company's ability to meet the requirements from the principal/customer. Proponent factors for IOR until reaching a mature stage/stable in automotive component company is related with the company's position in the automotive business network, in addition to the ability of each party to honor the agreement that has been agreed in interacting.
Knowledge Accumulation-based Entrepreneurship (KABE) in the Creative Industry: A Case Study of Woodwork Firms in Indonesia Kardoyo, Hadi; Handoyo, Setiowiji; Asmara, Anugerah Yuka
STI Policy and Management Journal Vol 3, No 2 (2018): STI Policy and Management
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This article describes the activities of knowledge-intensive entrepreneurship (KIE) in four wood craft manufacturers, namely Radio Magno, Stranough Guitar Technologi, Secco Guitar, and Matoa Watch. The four wood craft manufacturers represent KIE activities in the wood craft industry in Indonesia. The products of the four wood craft manufacturers are able to compete and have market share for both domestic and foreign markets. This article shows some lessons from KIE: 1)  Educational background, knowledge, and experience play a significant role in supporting KIE activities, 2) Knowledge base and learning activities support the ability of four creative wood craft manufactures in enhancing innovation and product development, 3) The idea, product concept, and innovation become an important aspect in supporting the ability of the four wood craft manufacturers in the strategy of entering the market and creating market segment for the products, 4) The four creative wood craft manufacturers are able to perform a combination of complementary aspects of KIE (market, technological and institutional opportunities), 5) Ecosystems and cultural aspects are considered as important aspect in supporting the growth of creative industries.
Analysis for Development of Mocaf-Based Functional Food Industry in Indonesia Triyono, Budi; Handoyo, Setiowiji; Laili, Nur
JOURNAL OF SOCIOECONOMICS AND DEVELOPMENT Vol 2, No 2 (2019): Journal of Socioeconomic and Development (JSeD)
Publisher : Publisher of Widyagama University of Malang (UWG Press)

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Indonesia is a country having abundant natural resources, including nutritious plants as a source of food and medicine. Along with the increasing public awareness of the importance of healthy living, there is a great shift in the demand of food. At present, people do not only want foods that have good nutritional composition as well as attractive appearance and taste, but also the ones that have certain physiological functions for the body. The foods that have such functions are known as functional foods. One ingredient that has the potential to be developed into functional food is mocaf flour. It is made from cassava which is made from the fermentation principle by modifying the cassava cells. This study aims to reveal the conditions for the development of the functional food industry made from mocaf flour in Indonesia using the value chain approach. This study was a qualitative research by using multiple case studies along the value chain. The data were collected from review of secondary data, in-depth interviews, and observations in each case study. The case study locus was the center of the mocaf-based food industry in West Java. The results showed that (i) the mocaf-based functional food industry in Indonesia was not developed; (ii) the development of mocaf-based industries was constrained by the high cost of cassava raw materials; (iii) the productivity of cassava plants was still low; (iv) the role of R & D institutions was very much needed; and (v) government intervention is needed.JEL Classification:  L88, O00, Q18
ANALISIS KAPASITAS LITBANG DI BIDANG SDA DI LIPI : PENDEKATAN BERDASARKAN SUMBERDAYA Kardoyo, Hadi; Dolant, Sayim; Setiawan, Sigit; Handoyo, Setiowiji
STI Policy and Management Journal Vol 13, No 2 (2015): Warta KIML (Journal of S&T Policy and R&D Management)
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ISSUES AND POTENTIALS OF RESEARCH TOPICS IN MEDICINES:A RESEARCH PRIORITY SETTING (RPS) IN THE INDONESIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCES (LIPI) Kardoyo, Hadi; Romadona, Mia Rahma; Handoyo, Setiowiji
STI Policy and Management Journal Vol 5, No 1 (2020): STI Policy and Management
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This article ilustrates the findings of research priority setting (RPS) in the field of medicine and health at the Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) in 2017. This RPS has been conducted to address issues and explore potential research topics in LIPI in the area of drug and health industry. The RPS stage has been conducted with the Delphi Method and produced five major issues, namely 1). Structure of the pharmaceutical industry in Indonesia, 2). The Role government R&D institutions and universities in the structure of the pharmaceutical industry, 3). Standardization and product supervision, and 5). Policies in the sectoral innovation system. Based on these major issues, LIPI has potential research topics that need to be developed, as follows: 1) Research on "marker" compounds and development of "markers bank ", 2) Research on combinations of chemical compounds in medicinal and health products, 3) Social research related to public acceptance of medicinal products, 4) Research on the potential of herbal medicines originating from "indigenous knowledge ", 5) The need to develop a catalog of potential herbal medicinal ingredients, 6) Development of formulations of finished drug products based on the expired patent utilization, 7) Development of research for phytofarmaceutical products, 8) Development of research on reagents to support research activities in the fields of health and medicine, 9) Development of technological capabilities that is needed to support research activities in the fields of health and medical treatment, 10) Development of research topics by referring to the ministry's pharmaceutical industry development road map and 11) Research potential in R&D institutions and universities with reference to R&D and manufacturing scenario of APIs. The outputs of RPS will be the basis for LIPI to focus on research in the field of medicine and health for the years 2017­­­--2026. Keywords: research priority setting, pharmaceutical industry, medicine research, pharmaceutical industry
CAPAIAN KEGIATAN LITBANG PADA PROGRAM KOMPETITIF LIPI DAN IMPLIKASI KEBIJAKAN LITBANG KEDEPAN Arifin, Mohamad; Handoyo, Setiowiji
STI Policy and Management Journal Vol 9, No 1 (2011): Warta KIML (Journal of S&T Policy and R&D Management)
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