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JURNAL BISNIS PERIKANAN, memuat artikel yang berkaitan dengan aspek agrobisnis perikanan dan kelautan, manajemen usaha perikanan dan kelautan (finansial, kebijakan usaha, pemasaran hasil perikanan dan aspek teknis fungsional), ekonomi sumberdaya perairan dan lingkungan, teknik pemberdayaan masyarakat perikanan dan kelautan, serta yang berkaitan dengan kebijakan pengelolaan dan pemanfaatan sumberdaya perairan dan lingkungannya (evaluasi dan pengembangan instrumen kebijakan lingkungan, analisis dampak kebijakan lingkungan sektoral, pemodelan dan simulasi, pengaturan kelembagaan, dan proses perumusan kebijakan dan aplikasi) dari sudut pandang ekonomi.
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EVALUASI KEBERLANJUTAN EKONOMI PERIKANAN CAKALANG DENGAN KAPAL SEKOCI PADA ZONA EKONOMI EKSKLUSIF SAMUDERA HINDIA Nur, Andi Irwan; Boer, Mennofatria .; Bengen, Dietriech, G.; Subandar, Awal .
Jurnal Bisnis Perikanan Vol 1, No 1 (2014)
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A research on evaluation of economic sustainability status skipjack fisheries has been done using Rapfish estimation techniques which are simple, easy attribute to assess considering time and cost, and can be applied to various aspects of the assessment. Evaluated economic sustainability indicators are 10 attributes. Analysis result shows that all attributes are generally in unsatisfactory conditions. Other incomes sources is the most sensitive attribute for enhancing economic sustainability with root mean square value 5,36 followed by Marketable Right, Limited Entry, and. Ownership/transfer attributes with root mean square value 4,92, 4,28, and 4,18 respectively. The values of other economic attributes are relatively low ranging from 1,08 to 3, 89 indicating a slighter sensitivity. Such economic sustainability performance of the fisheries requires responsive policy interventions.
EFISIENSI BIAYA PRODUKSI DAN DAYA SAING KOMODITI PERIKANAN LAUT DI PASAR LOKAL DAN PASAR EKSPOR La Ola, Onu
Jurnal Bisnis Perikanan Vol 1, No 1 (2014): Journal of fishery business
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Each company will try to improve the efficiency of production costs, the competitiveness of production in conducting production and transaction of fish commodity in the local and export market. Objective: (1) assess the level of efficiency costs of production and marketing fish commodities in the local market and export markets every month; (2) assess the competitiveness of commodity fish in the local market and export markets every month. The study found that: (1) the level of cost-efficient production and marketing of fish commodities in the local market and export markets are found in the process of production and marketing in the export market in October-November amounted to Rp3.451.861 / kg (2) The highest of Competitiveness of fish commodities is in the export market in November 2012 amounted to Rp11.548/ kg and the rate of increase of competitiveness in the export market by 9.48%/month.
ANALISIS BIAYA DAN MANFAAT USAHA WISATA TERUMBU KARANG TAMAN PENDIDIKAN LAUT BINTANG SAMUDERA Friatno, Aldiansyah Hari; Sadarun, Baru; A, Nurdiana
Jurnal Bisnis Perikanan Vol 1, No 1 (2014): Journal of fishery business
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The purpose of this study were to analysic the costs incued in the management of coral reefs in the Garden tour Education of Ocean Bintang Samudra, to know the benefits derived from coral reef business tourism and the feasibility of reef tourism business in TPL BS Konawe Southeast Sulawesi in order to provide sustainable economic benefits. This research was carried out in September to October 2013. Data was collected through direct observation and depth interviews to tourists and management of TPL BS related economic activity in reef tourism activities. Research results obtained that the total cost incurred in the management of coral reefs tourism in the TPL BS Rp191.566.665. Gains from reef tourism business is Rp313.433.335, obtained from the reduction of total cost and total benefit derived from such business
ANALISIS MANFAAT UPAYA PENANGKAPAN IKAN KARANG DI DESA WAWATU KECAMATAN MORAMO UTARA KABUPATEN KONAWE SELATAN Muchtar, Ari Sandy; Sadarun, Baru; Siang, Roslindah Daeng
Jurnal Bisnis Perikanan Vol 1, No 1 (2014): Journal of fishery business
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The research goals is to analyze the value of the advantages of each type of fishing gear and assess the benefits of reef fish resources through fishing effort in the village Wawatu. The research was conducted using survey method, i.e. direct observation and interviews. The sample in this study was determined by census technique and all members of the population used as samples. Based on the survey results revealed that reef fishing effort carried out by using fishing gear fishing, bottom trawling (gill net), and a combination of fishing and bottom trawling. Each obtained value of the benefit or advantage that Rp3.694.937, Rp3.520.390, and 3,202,165 respectively. And the value of direct benefits reef fishing effort is Rp4.273.000 pertrip. Where fishermen doing fishing effort as much as 29 times per month, meaning the value of the benefits of reef fishing at Rp67.010.850 per month or Rp804.130.200 /year/ 25.24 ha, or Rp31.859.359 /year/ha. The low value of the reef fish resources direct benefits in the Wawatu village is due to the less optimal utilization by the society. It is needed the socialize benefits of resources in order to get more optimal utilization and to improve the welfare of society
PENGUATAN RANTAI STOK AGRIBISNIS RUMPUT LAUT DI PERAIRAN PESISIR KALEDUPA Mansyur, Akhmad
Jurnal Bisnis Perikanan Vol 1, No 1 (2014): Journal of fishery business
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This research aimed to strengthening agribusiness seaweed stock chain in Kaledupa Coastal Waters. clasification of region function, optimum production rotation, comodity price and region collateral value incentive, optimum phycoculturer distribution and business grops break-even point used to analysis. As a result, there are two classifications function region is to support the seedlings and supporting carrageenan. Respectively, have the optimum harvest periods 28 and 42 days per production. At IDR 216 and 362 per unit product (kg) cost, comodity floor price can be achieve IDR 307 and 1.584 per kg, Upper price achieve IDR 2.827 and 4.732 per kg. Each region collateral price is IDR 16.985.477/ha/years and 32.610466/ha/years. Optimum phycoculturer distribution at each region can be achieve 124 and 148 labor with a 5 percent increase each collateral realization. Optimum members distribution in grops to capital acces is 8 families per grops of KS and KSS. Access control aspects is the break-even sales effort of 1,543 kg at a base price of IDR 307/kg of KS and 1,794 kg at a base price of IDR 1,584/kg of KSS. Thus, region function specialization, region collateral value aplication and giving management knit coastal water sertificate based on distribution and optimum groping phycoculturer can be used as strengthening stock chain for seaweeds agribusiness in Kaledupa coastal waters.
BIAYA TRANSAKSI DALAM PENGELOLAAN KAWASAN KONSERVASI BERBASIS MASYARAKAT subhan, Subhan; Yusuf, Sarini
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The formation of marine sactuay in Saponda Island that require the transaction cost. Transaction cost can be defined as the cost of negotiation, measure and uphold the agreement. This study aimed to estimates the magnitude transaction costs of conservation management that ranging from collecting the information, coordination, decision making and of agreement, until monitoring and supervision. The research indicates that the estimated total cost of the transaction cost to the institutional formation KKL is Rp214.252.500. In addition, KKL management can be said efficient if it is seen from the transaction cost (monitoring enforcement), wich tend to be decrease and stable in the following years.
PENGEMBANGAN PEMANFAATAN SUMBERDAYA KEPULAUAN PULAU TANAKEKE KABUPATEN TAKALAR PROVINSI SULAWESI SELATAN Mutmainnah, Mutmainnah
Jurnal Bisnis Perikanan Vol 1, No 1 (2014): Journal of fishery business
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Tanakeke Island have the potential of natural resources. The potential is there agriculture, fishing, and tourism, wich require proper utilization so that existing activities meet the fulfiil of carrying capacity. This research was conducted in Tanakeke Island in October 2005, by surveying and interviewing techniques. The data were analyzed by using Multi Criteria Decision Making (MCDM). In MCDM, weighted values that most influence on the selection criteria, based on factors that include factors bioteknis assessment, consisting of water quality (brightness, current, substrate, pH, salinity and temperature), land area, the availability of fresh water, biological diversity, technology, resource availability and suitability of land; environmental factors which include linkages mangrove ecosystems, coral reefs, seagrass and excessive exploration; Economic factors include market and financial analysis; socio-cultural factors include motivation, work experience, number of indigenous labor / hereditary habits and institutional factors include farmers, capital institutions, regulations, and informal leadership to determine the priority aspects of resource use will be developed. The analysis showed that seaweed farming activities have the highest scoring at level 1 with a value of 2.65 compared to other activities that include fishing, aquaculture, tourism, conservation and residential
ANALISIS KELAYAKAN USAHA BUDIDAYA RUMPUT LAUT DI DESA MALLASORO KECAMATAN BANGKALA KABUPATEN JENEPONTO Irmayani, Irmayani; Yusuf, Syarifuddin; Nispar, Muhammad
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This study aimed to find out how much the income of farmers who cultivated seaweed Eucheuma sp cottonii, in the Village District of Bangkala Mallasoro Jeneponto, to determine whether seaweed farming developed in the Village District of Bangkala Mallasoro Jeneponto financially feasible to develop. This study was conducted in the District Mallasoro Jeneponto using a sample of 15 farmers seaweed taken by Simple Random Sampling with analysis techniques Revenue, Net Present Value, Return Rate Index. The results showed that the seaweed farmers income of Rp50.385.000, Net Present Value (NPV) of Rp20.573.720 and the Index Return Rate (IRR) of 47.67 % Seaweed Farming Village Mallasoro, District Bangkala Jeneponto feasible to be developed because it provides economic benefits.
ANALISIS PERFORMA EKONOMI PERIKANAN CAKALANG SKALA SEDANG DI ZEE SAMUDERA HINDIA Nur, Andi Irwan; Boer, Mennofatria; Bengen, Dietriech G.; Subandar, Awal
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Research is aimed at analyzing comprehensively economic performance of middle scale skipjack fisheries in EEZ Indian Ocean. Economic performance is assessed through sensitivity analysis using multidimensional scaling approach with Rapfish ordination techniques of 10 attributes. Scoring criteria for each attribute have been modified according to Indonesia’s fishery contexts. Analysis result shows that economic performance of the fishery is in general still unsatisfactory. Other incomes sources is the worst attribute with sensitivity 5.36 followed by marketable right, limited entry, and ownership with sensitivities 4.92, 4.28, and 4.18 respectively. Sensitivities of other economic attributes show enough to good performances with sensitivities ranging from 3.89 to 1.08. Such results indicating the urgency for rapid responds to manage the worst performance attributes.
PENGEMBANGAN KAWASAN PESISIR DI KECAMATAN ABELI KOTA KENDARI Muis, Muis; Sara, La; Sidu, Dasmin
Jurnal Bisnis Perikanan Vol 2, No 1 (2015): Journal of fishery business
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This study is aimed to describe development level, the stakeholders perception and strategy of coastal area development. The highest and the lowest of income of community were found at Pudai of 862 070 and Lapulu of 322,317.38 respectively.The Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) analisys which is based on individual and collective opinions. The results of combined analysis found that the responsible of the above third aspect is the government (the weight of 0.695), and a row of private (0.220 weight values) and community (weighted value of 0.085). The results of the combined analysis of opinion in the formulation of development strategies in Abeli coastal aquaculture development puts a priority (weighting value 0.627), industry (weighted value 0.182), the development of tourism (weighted value of 0.108) and the container port (the weight 0.083) respectively. Development strategies of coastal villages in Abeli District should be based on observations of the internal conditions, and anticipating external developments. Internal factors include patterns of human resource development, market information, capital resources and investment, investment policy, infrastructure development, capacity building of local institutions and governance, as well as a variety of collaboration and partnership, while external factors include the gap of problem areas and capacity building of regional autonomy, free trade and regional autonomy.