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Co-Branding Citra Pertanian dan Daya Tarik Agrowisata: Studi Komparasi Taiwan dan Indonesia Rachmita, Nurina; Koestoer, Raldi Hendro
JURNAL MASTER PARIWISATA Volume 07, Nomor 02, Januari 2021
Publisher : Magister Tourism Study, Faculty of Tourism, Udayana University

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Indonesia is an agrarian country having rich in variety of natural and biological resources. With such capacity, Indonesia has a chance to develop agribusiness, as for in the area of agritourism. However, the problem is the farmers have a limitation to create agricultural activities for tourism. This study explains agritourism development in Indonesia with Taiwan agritourism-oriented. The method uses combine approach, i.e., literature and comparative studies, and analyze them with relevant theories. The result of this study found that agritourism management in Indonesia is still limited and has not been optimized. The conclusion of this study is that Taiwan case study can be applied to promote agritourism as for Indonesia, not even limited to the agriculture sector, but it can also be applied to the cultural sector. Keywords: Agritourism, agriculture activities, tourism, marketing strategy, farm tourism
Spatial Distribution of Key Sectors of West Kalimantan, Indonesia Harahap, Rina Muthia; Koestoer, Raldi Hendro
Jurnal Ekonomi Pembangunan: Kajian Masalah Ekonomi dan Pembangunan Vol 15, No 1 (2014): JEP Juni 2014
Publisher : Universitas Muhammdaiyah Surakarta

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ASEAN Economic Community will be implemented in 2015, while West Kalimantanprovince which is located in 2 Sub-Regional Cooperations of ASEAN , yet to be widely discussed by regional economic experts in terms of itsregional potentials. Multi-sector expressions often generalized in majorcategories, seem to be uncleared to share what key sectorsindicated and where they distribute in the region concerned.. Based on this,the paper proposes a combination approach of multi-sector model and inter-linked in spatial dimensions. Input-output method and Location Quotient models introduced and applied in the case of West Kalimantan province in the efficiency of its development efforts towards a Green Plan.
DISTORSI KAPASITAS PERDAGANGAN INTER-REGIONAL IMT-GT Kasus Provinsi Terpilih di Sumatera Indonesia Avianto, Benito Rio; Koestoer, Raldi Hendro
Jurnal Ekonomi Pembangunan: Kajian Masalah Ekonomi dan Pembangunan Vol 11, No 1 (2010): JEP Juni 2010
Publisher : Universitas Muhammdaiyah Surakarta

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The objective of the paper was to understand the impact of sub regional economic cooperation, known as the Indonesia-Malaysia-Thailand Growth Triangle (IMT-GT), on trade sector in Indonesia. The approach of research based on export macro information by provinces and commodities. The method used in the analytical framework was a fixed effect method. The regional study covered Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam, North Sumatera, West Sumatera, and Riau provinces, and the commodities involved CPO, coffee and rubber, with 1990-2008 data series. Based on pooled regression, there was a significant impact on export from the four provinces to Malaysia and Thailand for all based years. One might focus on commodity level that, in fact, CPO was the only one commodity that had a significant impact within the IMTGT region. In addition, Thai Bath and Malaysian Ringgit, with respect to GDP for both countries, had significant influenced on export, especially after the IMT-GT endorsed.
DISTORSI KAPASITAS PERDAGANGAN INTER-REGIONAL IMT-GT Kasus Provinsi Terpilih di Sumatera Indonesia Avianto, Benito Rio; Koestoer, Raldi Hendro
Jurnal Ekonomi Pembangunan: Kajian Masalah Ekonomi dan Pembangunan Vol 11, No 1 (2010): JEP Juni 2010
Publisher : Universitas Muhammdaiyah Surakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23917/jep.v11i1.333

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The objective of the paper was to understand the impact of sub regional economic cooperation, known as the Indonesia-Malaysia-Thailand Growth Triangle (IMT-GT), on trade sector in Indonesia. The approach of research based on export macro information by provinces and commodities. The method used in the analytical framework was a fixed effect method. The regional study covered Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam, North Sumatera, West Sumatera, and Riau provinces, and the commodities involved CPO, coffee and rubber, with 1990-2008 data series. Based on pooled regression, there was a significant impact on export from the four provinces to Malaysia and Thailand for all based years. One might focus on commodity level that, in fact, CPO was the only one commodity that had a significant impact within the IMTGT region. In addition, Thai Bath and Malaysian Ringgit, with respect to GDP for both countries, had significant influenced on export, especially after the IMT-GT endorsed.
OPTIMASI SPASIAL SEKTOR UNGGULAN PADA ANALISIS SEMI INPUT–OUTPUT: STUDI KASUS PROVINSI JAWA TIMUR Yuliyanti, Rifa Diana; Koestoer, Raldi Hendro
J-PIPS (Jurnal Pendidikan Ilmu Pengetahuan Sosial) Vol 2, No 2 (2016): JPIPS
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang

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East Java Province has a relatively complex region therefore challenges to promote and Encourage the regional economic growth are escalated. One of the technique to improve is through a search of their leading sector that reflects real effective and efficient robust export sector. Meanwhile, the distribution of the strongest tradable and export-led sector in provincial regional level remains limited for economic development study, this research attempts to explore it in provincial regional level for two periods of Input-Output (I-O) analysis.The research observed the movement of sector value from I-O analysis in 2006 tothe year 2010’s I-O analysis. Combination approach performed with I-O analysis that separates between the tradable and nontradable group of sectors formerly which is called Semi InputOutput. Followed by modification of ‘flow-on effects’multiplier and Location Quotient that represent the spatial dimension of the sector, the spatial–regional base distribution expresses subtly the result of the leading sector in defining natural resources capacity which is available through its distribution.Keywords : Spatial; Input-Output; Semi Input-Output; Location Quotient; Flow-on effects; Tradable
SYSTEM DYNAMICS MODELING OF LAND USE CHANGE IN WEST KALIMANTAN, INDONESIA Siregar, Pahrian Ganawira; Supriatna, Jatna; Koestoer, Raldi Hendro; Harmantyo, Djoko
BIOTROPIA - The Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Biology Vol 25, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : SEAMEO BIOTROP

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The main effects of human activities on the environment result in land use and land cover changes. Land over exploitation and development activities in West Kalimantan of Indonesia necessitated the focus of this research which aims to analyzing and predicting land use changes in West Kalimantan. The results of such a study assist researchers, planners and policy makers to formulate suitable land use policies in the future in order to balance economic development and natural resource conservation. Moreover, it makes Indonesia shift from middle incomes to become a developed country in 2030.  Methodology employs field observation, key informant interviews, focus group discussions and system dynamics modeling. The field observation covered communities in several locations in the study site to identify pattern of land use. The system dynamics was applied to analyze the land use change system and estimate the extents of land cover change in the future. The study showed several outcomes: (i) The main leverage factors in the land use change system in West Kalimantan were the desire to reach the expected economic growth and the increased per capita consumption of edible oil globally; (ii) In the business as usual modeling, the increasing global demand  for edible oil will lead to significant increment of oil palm plantation area, even the total area of plantation could be wider compare to that of the remaining forest area by 2030; (iii) Key interventions that need to be considered in the future is to conduct reforestation (with reforestation rate of at least 0.5% per year) and limited oil palm plantation development to maximum of 50% of developed  area.
IMPACT OF GOVERNANCE PERFORMANCE ON THE INDONESIAN MAP STANDARIDISING PROCESS Muhamad, Nabiha Zain; Koestoer, Raldi Hendro
Geoplanning: Journal of Geomatics and Planning Vol 5, No 1 (2018): (April 2018)
Publisher : Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Diponegoro University

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The lack of standardized thematic maps in Indonesia has led to many land ownerships conflicts on the ground. The problem began since Indonesia started to exploit its natural resources by giving up its management to the market in the early 1960s. Concessions to exploit natural resources were given out without adequate assessment to real potential value of the resources. Mapping of concession areas by respective ministries without any standardized method or reference lead to the production of multiple official maps that conflict one another. Efforts to standardize the conflicting maps were initiated in 2011 and is currently still ongoing. This study aims to derive governance performance indices that directly or indirectly affect the map standardizing process. This study interviewed sources related to either the policy making process at the national level; government officials executing the policy at the provincial level and those affected by the conflict and other stakeholders advocating their rights. Interviewees include a number of officials in the central government both current and when the initiative were launched, provincial government and at the village level. To achieve sustainable development in environmental management, good governance is a prerequisite. However, the study found that sectoral ego and low government performance including, among others, corruption played a big role in hindering the process. By adding governance performance indices along with natural and economic variables to a forecast model, it can be predicted when Indonesia will likely to achieve its ideal level of harmonized maps.