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ICC ISAE 2017

ICC ISAE 2017

Paper Competition ICC ISAE 2017

List of Abstracts to be Presented at the ICC ISAE 2017

No Registration Number Abstract Title Author(s) Sub Theme  
 
1 A001 Rubber Business Sustainability Analysis in Campar Regency of Riau Province Shorea Khaswarina, Eliza, Novia Dewi Sub Theme 1: Social Economic Impact of Sustainability Certification  
2 A003 Socio – Economic issues of small and marginal Agricultural formers with reference to Andhra Pradesh, India Nittala Kiran Chandra Sub Theme 1: Social Economic Impact of Sustainability Certification  
3 A004 The Effect of Good Agriculture Practices (GAP) Application on Productivity of Shallot in Bantul Regency Suharni, Lestari Rahayu Waluyati, Jamhari Sub-Theme 1: Social Economic Impacts of Sustainability Certification  
4 A005 The RSPO Certification Impact on palm Oil Smallholder Welfare Growth in Jambi Province Dompak MT Napitupulu, Rosyani, Rukaiyah Rafiq Sub-Theme 1: Social Economic Impacts of Sustainability Certification  
5 A006 The Income Analysis and Ratio Revenue Cost of Dairy Cattle Farm on Located or Adjacent to The Forest-Dry Land Agro-Ecosystems (Survey On Dairy Cattle Farm in The Village of Pamalayan Subdistrict Bayongbong Garut) Tendy Kusmayadi, M. Hasan Hadiana, U. Hidayat Tanuwiria Sub Theme 1: Social Economic Impact of Sustainability Certification  
6 A007 The Competitiveness of Indonesia’s Fishery Products in Asean and Canadian Market Estu Sri Luhur, Sri Mulatsih, Eka Puspitawati Sub Theme 1: Social Economic Impact of Sustainability Certification  
7 A008 The Impact of the Tradition of Catching Baronang Fish (Siganus sp) in Chinese New Year (Imlek) Against to Sustainability of Socioeconomic Dimension Khodijah Ismail, Sayyidah Nur Habibah Sub Theme 1: Social Economic Impact of Sustainability Certification  
8 A009 Sustainability Certification as A Pillar to Promote Indonesian Coffee Competitiveness Suci Wulandari Sub Theme 1: Social Economic Impact of Sustainability Certification  
9 A010 Socially, Economically and Environmentally Impact of Utz Kapeh Certificate to Robusta Coffee Farmers in East Java Luh Putu Suciati, Rudi Wibowo, Joko Sumarno Sub Theme 1: Social Economic Impact of Sustainability Certification  
10 B001 Maize value chain system in Southeast Sulawesi: A case study of two districts Bungarti, Julian Witjaksono Sub Theme 2: Smallholders in The Global Value Chain  
11 B002 Factors Influencing the Perception of Farmers on Organic Rice Farming as a Sustainable Agricultural Support Dwi Susilowati, Sugiarto Sub Theme 2: Smallholders in the Global Value Chain  
12 B003 Improving Farmer-Firm Relations through Farmer Organization in Maluku, Indonesia Inta P. N. Damanik, Meilvis E. Tahitu Sub Theme 2: Smallholders in the Global Value Chain  
13 B004 Trade Analysis of Indonesia Natural Rubber in International Market Djaimi Bakce, Almasdi Syahza Sub Theme 2: Smallholders in the Global Value Chain  
14 B005 Prospect of the Implementation of Corporate Farming System (A Case Study in Gerbang Emas Agricultural Cooperative, Cibodas, Lembang Sub District, Bandung Barat Regency) Iqbal Musthofa Sub Theme 2: Smallholders in the Global Value Chain  
15 B006 The role of entrepreneurial orientation on the global vegetable supply chain and on farm performance in West Java, Indonesia Nunung Kusnadi, Etriya Etriya, Yanti N. Muflikh, Siti Jahroh, Herawati Sub Theme 2: Smallholders in The Global Value Chain  
16 B007 Remove the Ceiling, Open the Opportunities: Involving Private Sector in Rice Distribution System in Indonesia Hizkia Respatiadi, Hana Nabila Sub Theme 2: Smallholders in the Global Value Chain  
17 B008 Value Chain Mapping of Raw Material for Potato Chipping Household Industry and the Potential Inclusion of National released Potato Processing Variety Witono Adiyoga Sub Theme 2: Smallholders in the Global Value Chain  
18 B009 Factors that Affect the Margins Trading of Soybean Bengawan Solo River Watershed in Wonogiri Regency Kusnandar, Endang Siti Rahayu, Joko Sutrisno Sub Theme 2: Smallholders in The Global Value Chain  
19 B010 Constraints and Challenges to Functional Analog Rice Production: Lessons Learned from Food Diversification Policies in East Lombok – Indonesia Muktasam Abdurrahman, Satrijo Saloko, Sri Widyastuti, Rumiyati, Yekti Asih Purwestri, Agung Endro Nugroho, Yudi Pranoto Sub Theme 2: Smallholders in the Global Value Chain  
20 B011 Role of Local Collector Trader in Improving Smallholder Manggo Farmer’s Production Capacity in Respond to The Global Market Demand and Standard Ronnie S. Natawidjaja, Irlan A. Rum Sub Theme 2: Smallholders in The Global Value Chain  
21 B012 Determinant of commitment to Agricultural Cooperatives : Dairy farmers in West and East Java, Indonesia Rahmat Yanuar, Paul Hoebink Sub Theme 2: Smallholders in The Global Value Chain  
22 B013 Differences in Indonesian dairy industry performance: a comparison between two regions Rahmat Yanuar, Paul Hoebink Sub Theme 2: Smallholders in The Global Value Chain  
23 B015 How Coffee Export Changes Influence a Country Position and Competitiveness in The World Coffee Market? Nia Rosiana, Rita Nurmalina, Ratna Winandi, Amzul Rifin Sub Theme 2: Smallholders in The Global Value Chain  
24 B016 Robusta Coffee Supply Chain in Bengkulu Province M Mustopa Romdhon, Apri Andani, Bella Dwi Inka, Adinda Merizka Ayu Sub Theme 2: Smallholders in The Global Value Chain  
25 B017 Mapping growers and collectors in value chain research: case study of mango and mangosteen Vyta W. Hanifah, Erizal Jamal Sub Theme 2: Smallholders in the Global Value Chain  
26 B018 Rice Price Volatility in Indonesia Sahara, Dedi Budiman Hakim, Erfiani, Sri Retno Wahyu Nugraheni Sub Theme 2: Smallholders in the Global Value Chain  
27 B019 Analysis On Competitiveness Of Indonesian Shrimp In The International Markets Ririn Aristiyani, Bustanul Arifin, Umi Kalsum Sub Theme 2: Smallholders in the Global Value Chain  
28 B020 The Enhancement of Vetiver Value Added on Garut Regency Vela Rostwentivaivi Sinaga Sub Theme 2: Smallholders in the Global Value Chain  
29 B021 Development Strategies of Small and Medium Enterprises of Fishery Product Processing in Sambas West Kalimantan Andiyono, Hamdi, Lang Jagat, Musa Hubeis, Sapta Rahardja Sub Theme 2: Smallholders in the Global Value Chain  
30 B022 Determinants of smallholder market participation: Evidence from Indonesia Suprehatin Sub Theme 2: Smallholders in the Global Value Chain  
31 B023 The Partnership Performance Of The Palm Oil Plantation Company in Increasing The Farmer’s Income Ernawati Hamid, Dompak Napitupulu Sub Theme 2: Smallholders in the Global Value Chain  
32 B024 Globalization and Orientation Towards Sustainability in Agri-Food Value Chains: A Systematic Literature Review Eva Yolynda Aviny Sub Theme 2: Smallholders in the Global Value Chain  
33 B025 Robusta Coffee Chain Supply Analysis in Ciwaluh Village, West Java Province. Ridho Nalsya Putra, Rahmat Pambudy Sub Theme 2: Smallholders in the Global Value Chain  
34 B026 Factors Affecting Implementation of Management Information System in Dairy Cattle Smallholders Commodity Chain Andrie Kisroh Sunyigono Sub Theme 2: Smallholders in the Global Value Chain  
35 B027 Performance Improvement Strategies of Small Industries of Agricultural Processing in Bandar Lampung Marlinda Apriyani, Fadila Margasaty Sub Theme 2: Smallholders in the Global Value Chain  
36 B028 Indonesian Lobster Smallholders in The Global Value Chain Eka Puspitawati, Ervin Nora Susanti Sub Theme 2: Smallholders in the Global Value Chain  
37 C001 Impact of expectation and price volatility on rice plantation allocation in Indonesia Yanti Nurhayanti, Widyono Soetjipta Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
38 C002 Financial analysis of fin type heat exchanger grain dryer fueled with rice husk Hasbi, Tri Tunggal Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
39 C003 Substitution analysis of farm pattern of soybean (glycine max) with sweet citrus fruit (Citrus sp) and dragon fruit (Hylocereus undatus) in Banyuwangi Southern Syamsul Hadi, Nurul Fathiyah Fauzi Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
40 C004 Level of Application of Innovation of Industrialization of Rural Agriculture Based Agribusiness Horticulture Idawati, Reni Suryanti Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
41 C005 Determinants and impacts of public agricultural research in Japan: Product level evidence on agricultural Kosetsushi. Nobuya Fukugawa Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
42 C006 Development Strategy of Rice Organic Farming Towards Sustainable Agriculture in Kepung Sub District Kediri Novi Haryati; Arif Wahyu Setiawan; Akbar Arif Sujatmiko Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
43 C007 Evaluation of Water Use Associations in Gumbasa Irrigation Management Nugroho Tri Waskitho; Jabal Tarik Ibrahim Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
44 C008 Marketing Bill Analysis of Star Fruit Commodity (Averrhoa Carambola L) Helena T. Pakpahan, Yoan Casika Putri Damanik Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
45 C009 The Effect of Agricultural Sector Growth on Farmers in Sumatera Utara Province Rahmanta Ginting Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
46 C010 Highland Vegetables Farming and Sustainable Agribusiness Development in Hingk District Arfak Mountain Regency Obadja Andris, Josina Waromi Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
47 C013 Technical Efficiency Under Resource Scarcity on Maize Farming: Non Parametric Approach Putri Budi Setyowati Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
48 C014 The Role of Irrigation Supervisor to Improve Farmers Participation on Irrigation Manajemen at Gumbasa Irrigation Area Central Sulawesi. Jabal Tarik Ibrahim, Nugroho Tri Waskitho Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
49 C018 Community-Based Rice Farming System Towards Sustainable Food Availability Suardi Bakri, Andi Kasirang T. Baso, A. Abd. Rahman Syafar, Awaluddin Yunus, Helda Ibrahim Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
50 C019 Farmers Satisfaction on Microfinance Institution Services in West Java Indonesia Netti Tinaprilla, Feryanto Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
51 C021 Local Specific Agro-innovation to Support Sustainable Agricultural Development Luthfi Fatah, Tuti Heiriyani Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
52 C022 The Empowerment of Female Farmers in Sustainable Food Garden Program Achmad Faqih, Siti Aisyah 1, Nurul Atikah Fauzi Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
53 C023 The Benefits of Community Based Clean Water Service for Upland Poor Family in Lampung Province Zainal Abidin, Ktut Murniati, Sudarma Widjaya Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
54 C024 Strategis for Urban Farming Development in Denpasar City Nyoman Yudiarini Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
55 C025 Development of Organic Based Cicih Gondrong Rice Farming on Ecosystem and Cultur of Subak in Bali Cening Kardi, I Nyoman Labek Suyasdi Pura Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
56 C026 Microfinance Scheme for Poverty Aleviation by Empowering of Farmers Dwi Rachmina, Netti Tinaprilla, Feryanto, Maryono Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
57 C027 Innovation of Technology for Strengthening Competitiveness and Sustainability of Tilapia Nursery Business in Tampaksiring District I Made Tamba, Dian Tariningsih Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
58 C028 Perception of Coastal Communities on Investment of Lobster Aquaculture Development in West Nusa Tenggara Anna Fatchiya, Epsi Euriga, Ary Bakhtiar Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
59 C029 Optimization of Beef Cattle Fattening Farm On Farmer Level In Central Java Edy Prasetyo, T. Ekowati, S. Gayatri Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
60 C030 Mapping of Microfinance in Order To Support The Sustainabity of Agriculture Financing in Padang Zednita Azriani, Cindy Paloma, Yusri Usman Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
61 C031 Entrepreneurial Marketing Approach to empower the Agro-Based Industry Cluster to face the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) Ma’mun Sarma, Stevia Septiani Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
62 C034 Technical Efficiency of Indonesian Rice Milling Industry Tursina Andita Putri, Herawati, Triana Gita Dewi Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
63 C035 The Impact of Irrigation Project to Increment of Irrigated Paddy Fields And Change in Farm Institution And Cropping Pattern in Northern Bali, Indonesia I Wayan Budiasa Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
64 C036 Technical Efficiency of Sugar Mill Industry: Which Sugar Mills Was More Efficient? Triana Gita Dewi Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
65 C037 The Dominant Factors of Farm Household’s Productive Activities in Sub Optimal Land to Achieve Their Sustainable Condition (Case in Pemulutan Area, Ogan Ilir Regency, South Sumatera Province, Indonesia) Laila Husin Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
66 C038 The Bases of The Viability of Agribusiness Microfinance Institution (AMFI): Findings of A Survey of Successful Government-Sponsored Amfis in West Sumatra, Indonesia Osmet, Cindy Paloma, Hendri Syah Putra Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
67 C040 Increasing the production of rubber plantations and investment options of rubber farmers in Jambi Province Armen Mara Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
68 C042 The Influence of Farmer’s Entrepreneurial Competence on Broiler Farm Performance in Bogor Burhanuddin, Rizky Prayogo Ramadhan Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
69 C043 A Comparative Analysis of Indonesian and Vietnamese Spiny Lobster (Panulirus Sp) Export Competititveness; How to Make It Sustain for Indonesia? Rina Oktaviani, Lia Nur Alia Rahmah, Syarifah Amaliah Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
70 C044 The Impact of Intellectual Capital on Production in Cot Seumeureung, Aceh Barat Dara Angreka Soufyan, Yoga Nugroho Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
71 C045 Analysis of Rural Urban Food Consumption in Indonesia: An Engel Curve Analysis Hery Toiba Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
72 C046 Development Strategy of Fish Processing Unit in Aceh Besar District Indra, Agussabti, Qhisthina Atika Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
73 C047 Study of Marketing Innovation of Aceh’s Patchouli Oil Agussabti, Indra, Syaifulah Muhammad Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
74 C048 The System of Farmer’s Land Institutional As an Alternative of Production and Income Increase in Sukoharjo Regency Titik Ekowati, Edy Prasetyo, Bambang Trisetyo Eddy Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
75 C049 Feasibility Analysis of Corn Farming on Dry Land in Central Java Rhina Uchyani Fajarningsih, Umi Barokah, Wiwit Rahayu Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
76 C050 Increasing Income of Farming System Paddy Fields Through ICM Program in Bali Province Supporting Sustainable Agricultural S.A.N. Aryawati, Putu Sutami Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
77 C051 Acceleration of Rural Economic Development in The Province of Riau: An Institutional Model of Natural Rubber Industry Almasdi Syahza, Djaimi Bakce, Brilliant Asmit Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
78 C053 Base Sector in Economic Structure of Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia Made Antara, I.G.A. Oka Suryawardhani, Ni Made Lodi Dwi Utami Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
79 C054 Lessons learnt of integration system between oil palm plantation and beef cattle management under the regulation of agricultural miniter number 105/2014 Vyta W. Hanifah, Erizal Jamal Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
80 C056 Adaptation to Climate Change and Its Impacts on Productivity and Farmers Income Moh. Wahyudi Priyanto Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
81 C057 Financial Feasibility of Several Agricultural Equipment and Machinery Business Unit Services in Lampung Province Wan Abbas Zakaria Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
82 C058 Local Food Consumption Behavior: Application Theory of Planned Behavior Nadila Diana Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
83 C059 The Dynamics of Household Food Consumption Patterns in Situations of Resource Scarcity Handewi Purwati Saliem, Erma Suryani Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
84 C060 Strategy for Increasing Productivity of Beef Cattle Industry in Indonesia Andriyono Kilat Adhi Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
85 C061 Farming Analysis of Banana in South Lampung Fadila Marga Saty Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
86 C062 The Effects of Financial Literacy on Credit Adoption Muhammad Cahya Rizky Ananda Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
87 C063 Banggai yam (Diascorea spp.) local farming system doesn’t affect the production Muhd Nur Sangadji, Rostiati, Nur Edy, Yudi Tangahu, Abd Rahman Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
88 C064 Permaculture System: Strategy for Achieving Sustainable Small Island Case Study in Mandangin Island Andrie Kisroh Sunyigono, Insafitri, Eko Setiawan, Mardiyah Hayati Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
89 C067 The Welfare Effect of Crop Diversification in Java Sara Ratna Qanti, Ronnie Susman Natawidjaja, Dini Rochdiani Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
90 C068 Strategy to Achieve Sustainable Rice Farming as well as Increasing The Farmers’ Welfare Handewi, P. Saliem., Reni Kustiari, Sri Wahyuni Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
91 C069 Development of Cocoa Agroindustry in Ciamis District Yeni Rohaeni Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
92 C070 Maize Farming Performance: Technical Efficiency and Return To Scale Nuhfil Hanani, Rosihan Asmara, Fahriyah Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
93 C074 The Threatening of Negative Agricultural Ladder Upon Farm Land in West Jave and Its Impact on The Price of Rice Ivonne Ayesha, Maman Haeruman Karmana, Suherman Sub Theme 3: Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity  
94 D002 Factor Affecting Acceptability of Agricultural Insurance and The Premium Willingness To Pay of Paddy Farmers in Mangunrejo Village, Kepanjen Subdistrict, Malang District, East Java Sujarwo, Sapto Mei Novita Rukmi Sub Theme 4: Agricultural Insurance and Sustainability in Developing Countries: Who Gains?  
95 D003 Risk Mitigation for Rice Production Through Agricultural Insurance: Farmer’s Perspective I Gusti Agung Ayu Ambarawati, I Made Anom Sutrisna Wijaya, I Wayan Budiasa Sub Theme 4: Agricultural Insurance and Sustainability in Developing Countries: Who Gains?  
96 D004 Implementation of Agricultural Insurance Widhi Netraning Pertiwi, Sri Sari Utami Sub Theme 4: Agricultural Insurance and Sustainability in Developing Countries: Who Gains?  
97 E001 Increasing Productivity and Income Farmers Through Application of Direct Seed Planting System at Subak Jagaraga, Jemberana Bali Putu Suratmini, IBG Suryawan Sub Theme 5: The Dynamic of Agro-tourism and Agricultural Resources Management  
98 E003 Design and Build an Android Application for Agricultural Efficiency Calculation Wardana Sub Theme 5: The Dynamic of Agro-tourism and Agricultural Resources Management  
99 E004 Unaccounted On-Site and Off-Site Costs of Unsustainable Farming Practices (Case of Potato Crops in Upland Region of Pangalengan – West Java) Harianto, Ratna Katharina Sub Theme 5: The Dynamic of Agro-tourism and Agricultural Resources Management  
100 E005 Challenges and Opportunities of Agro-Tourism Towards Sustainable Economic in West Java Province Anita Primaswari Widhiani, Chairani Putri Pratiwi, Nityaningrum Duatibumi Sub Theme 5: The Dynamic of Agro-tourism and Agricultural Resources Management  
101 E006 Developing Edutourism in Subak Pulagan–Bali: Enhancing The Bridging Social Capital Without Damaging The Local Network Nyoman Utari Vipriyanti, Sang Putu Kaler Surata, I Made Sukamerta, I Ketut Widnyana Sub Theme 5: The Dynamic of Agro-tourism and Agricultural Resources Management  
102 E007 Development Acceleration of Agro-Tourism Agribusiness Through Agricultural Resources Management and Institutional Partnership Improvement Roosganda Elizabeth Sub Theme 5: The Dynamic of Agro-tourism and Agricultural Resources Management  
103 E008 Analysis of Farming Development on Affected Land of Gold Mining in The Bombana Regency, Southeast Sulawesi Province R. Marsuki Iswandi , La Baco, Lukman Yunus, La Ode Alwi Sub Theme 5: The Dynamic of Agro-tourism and Agricultural Resources Management  
104 E009 Factors Influencing Consumer Preferences for Local Food When Shopping at Modern Markets Poppy Arsil, Kusmantoro Eddy Sularso, Altri Mulyani Sub Theme 5: The Dynamic of Agro-tourism and Agricultural Resources Management  
105 E010 The linkages between gender equality and household food security of rice filed farmers in Ketaping, Batang Anai Sub-District, Padang Pariaman Municipality Hasnah, Rudi Febriamansyah, Yuni Anggraini Sub Theme 5: The Dynamic of Agro-tourism and Agricultural Resources Management  
106 E011 Evaluation of Salak Sibetan Agrotourism To Support Community-Based Tourism Using Logic Model I Ketut Sumantra Sub Theme 5: The Dynamic of Agro-tourism and Agricultural Resources Management  
107 E012 Factors That Affecting Hydroponic Vegetables Demand In South Jakarta Raden Muhammad Wiryahardianto, Masyhuri Sub Theme 5: The Dynamic of Agro-tourism and Agricultural Resources Management  
108 F001 Economic Value of Oil Palm Leaves for Buffalo Feed Resolinda Harly; Latifah Siswati; Almasdi Sub Theme 6: Sustainability of Global Palm Oil Supply Chain  
109 F002 Asymmetric Adjustment in the Thai Palm Oil Market Patchaya Songsiengchai, Shaufique Ahmad Sidique, Marcel Djama, Wan Azman Saini bin Wan Ngah Sub Theme 6: Sustainability of Global Palm Oil Supply Chain  
110 F003 Adoption and Perception of Indonesian Sustainable Palm Oil by Oil Palm Farmers in West Java Ernah, Apong Sandrawati Sub Theme 6: Sustainability of Global Palm Oil Supply Chain  
111 F004 Who Bare the Crude Palm Oil Export Tax in Indonesia Amzul Rifin Sub Theme 6: Sustainability of Global Palm Oil Supply Chain  
112 F005 Crude Palm Oil and Fresh Fruit Bunch Price Forecasting: Decomposition Method Approach Ketut Sukiyono, Jessica Marpaung Sub Theme 6: Sustainability of Global Palm Oil Supply Chain  
113 F006 Indonesia’s Biofuel Competitiveness and Challanges for it’s Sustainability Andika Pambudi, Eka Puspitawati, Nursechafia, Rico Ricardo Sub Theme 6: Sustainability of Global Palm Oil Supply Chain  
114 F007 Income Activities of Farm Household; The Case of Palm-oil Plantation in Tropical Lowland Rainforest in Central Sulawesi and Jambi Sumatera, Indonesia Marhawati Mappatoba, Saharia Kassa Sub Theme 6: Sustainability of Global Palm Oil Supply Chain  
115 F008 Multi Stakeholder Engagement in Indonesia’s Sustainable Palm Oil Governance Heldi Yunan Ardian, Djuara P. Lubis, Pudji Muljono, Delima Hasri Azahari Sub Theme 6: Sustainability of Global Palm Oil Supply Chain  
116 F010 Analyzing The Sustainability of Indonesia Pakistan Palm Oil Supply Chain Diana Chalil, Riantri Barus Sub Theme 6: Sustainability of Global Palm Oil Supply Chain  
117 F011 Oil Palm Agro-Industry Development Strategy to Enhance Competitiveness in Lampung Province M. Irfan Affandi, Sussi Astuti, I Wayan Suparta Sub Theme 6: Sustainability of Global Palm Oil Supply Chain  
118 F012 The Analysis Of Conversion Impact From Peatlands Into Palm Oil Plantation In Social And Economic Perspectives In Rawa Tripa Of Aceh Agussabti, Indra and Fajri Sub Theme 6: Sustainability of Global Palm Oil Supply Chain  
119 F013 Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Framework for Palm Oil Plantation in Indonesia Sri Sari Utami, Pujo Laksono Sub Theme 6: Sustainability of Global Palm Oil Supply Chain  
120 F014 Kajian Kemampuan Ekonomi Petani Dalam Melakukan Peremajaan Sawit Di Pedesaan Kabupaten Muaro Jambi Adlaida Malik, Yanuar Fitri dan Saidin Nainggolan Sub Theme 6: Sustainability of Global Palm Oil Supply Chain  

CALL FOR PAPERS: International Conference and Congress of The Indonesian Society of Agricultural Economics ICC-ISAE 2017

Yth. Bapak dan Ibu Anggota dan Jejaring PERHEPI
Di tempat

Salam PERHEPI,
Sesuai dengan informasi kami sebelumnya melalui Flyer International Conference and Congress of The Indonesian Society of Agricultural Economics ICC-ISAE, berikut kami sampaikan kepada Bapak dan Ibu informasi lengkap mengenai pelaksanaan kegiatan dimaksud.

 

Melalui informasi ini juga kami kembali mengundang Bapak dan Ibu Anggota dan Jejaring PERHEPI untuk dapat berpartisipasi sebagai peserta dan pemakalah dalam kegiatan International Conference and Congress of The Indonesian Society of Agricultural Economics ICC-ISAE “New Social Economics of Sustainable Agriculture and Food System:The Rise of Welfare State Approach” yang akan dilaksanakan pada tanggal 23 – 25 Agustus 2017 di Sanur – Bali.

 

Adapun beberapa sub-tema yang akan disampaikan pada Call for Papers pada Konferensi tersebut adalah sebagai berikut:
1. Social Economic Impacts of Sustainability Certification
2. Smallholders in the Global Value Chain
3. Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Era of Resource Scarcity
4. Agricultura Insurance and Sustainability in Developing Countries: Who Gains?
5. The Dynamic of Agro-tourisme And Agricultural Resources Management
6. Sustainability of Global Palm oil Supply Chain

Batas pengiriman abstrak (paper/poster) pada 15 Juli 2017 dapat dikirimkan melalui email: icc.isae@gmail.com
Berikut tanggal penting lainnya:
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Pengumpulan Full Paper : 10 Agustus 2017

 

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Informasi mengenai contribution fee, ketentuan penulisan dan lainnya dapat dilihat pada leaflet terlampir dan/atau di http://www.perhepi.org/icc-isae/.

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Selain itu, kami juga mengundang mahasiswa Sarjana (S1) untuk berpartisipasi aktif mengikuti Lomba Karya Tulis Ilmiah (LKTI) PERHEPI dengan Tema “Social Economics of Sustainable Food and Agriculture: Youth Perspectives”. Batas waktu pengiriman makalah paling lambat 25 Juli 2017 [informasi ketentuan lomba, aturan dan penulisan serta hadiah dapat dilihat pada leaflet terlampir dan/atau dapat dicek pada laman http://www.perhepi.org/icc-isae/]. 

 

 

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Bahan Materi FGD: Antisipasi Penerapan Kebijakan RASTRA (Beras Sejahtera) Sistem Tunai

Medio tahun 2017, Pemerintah akan melalukan ‘perubahan’ mendasar dalam rencana distribusi bantuan pangan yang akan dilakukan oleh BULOG dan kelembagaan/kementerian terkait. Selama ini bentuk pendistribusian yang dilakukan dalam penyaluran beras untuk orang miskin (raskin) diberikan dalam bentuk natura (beras itu sendiri). Namun beberapa studi menunjukkan hal itu tidak efektif, sehingga pemerintah mengambil kebijakan untuk merubah mekanisme dengan pola baru.

Kebijakan baru ini merupakan bagian dari tugas BULOG dan pemerintah untuk membantu penduduk miskin agar mendapat akses mudah dan murah terhadap pangan pokok, sehingga namanya disebut “Beras Sejahtera” atau disingkat Rastra. Rastra ini pada awalnya adalah bagian dari jarring pengaman sosial saat masyarakat kehilangan daya beli. Namun berlanjut dengan berbagai kajian bahwa raskin bukan hanya sekedar outlet dari penyerapan beras/pangan dalam negeri tetapi juga untuk mendukung pilar keterjangkauan dan ketahanan pangan dan menjaga stabilitas harga karena ‘menahan pemrintaan’ dari 14,2 juta keluarga miskin ke pasar.

Disamping itu, mengindikasikan bahwa Bulog sebagai lembaga utama dalam kebijakan ini memiliki tugas tidak hanya menjaga kestabilan harga dtingkat petani (melalui pembelian berdasarkan HPP), namun juga ke hilir yang harus terintegrasi dan terkordinasi dengan baik. Adanya perubahan kebijakan ini, perlu dikaji dengan matang dampak perubahan pemberian subsidi dalam bentuk natura ke bentuk tunai, terutama apakah sistem tunai, maka penyerapan beras petani dapat dilakukan?, bagaiman ketersediaan  stok beras Bulog? Apakah sistem tunai akan lebih efektif dari sisi penerima? Bagaimana perilaku penerima yang, kemungkinan tidak akan menyelewengkan bantuan tersebut.

Berdasarkan ilustrasi singkat tersebut, PERHEPI menginisiasi kegiatan Focus Group Discussion (FGD) pada hari Senin, 29 Mei 2017 di Hotel Bidakara, Jakarta dengan melibatkan para stakeholder dalam upaya mencarikan solusi dan memberikan rekomendasi kepada berbagai pihak yang terlibat langsung. Adapun FGD yang akan diadakan mengangkat tema: “Antisipasi Penerapan Kebijakan RASTRA (Beras Sejahtera) Sistem Tunai”.

Adapun bahan yang akan digunakan dalam pelaksanaan FGD tersebut meliputi:

  1. Transformasi Raskin Menjadi BPNT (Prof. Bustanul Arifin)
  2. Antisipasi Penerapan Kebijakan BPNT Program RASTRA (Prof. Dwidjono Hadi Darwanto)
  3. Kebijakan Beras, Perubahan Instrumen Kebijakan dan Bulog (Prof. (Riset) Husein Sawit)
  4. Pedoman Umum Subsidi Rastra
  5. Bahan FGD PERHEPI Dirjen Pemberdayaan Sosial Kementerian Sosial RI
  6. Bahan FGD PERHEPI Dirjen Penanganan Fakir Miskin Kementerian Sosial RI

 

Demikian informasi ini kami sampaikan. Semoga Bermanfaat

 

Salam,

Sekretariat PP. PERHEPI

 

 

The International Conference on Trade: A New Paradigm in Trade Governance to Increase Domestic Efficiency and to Strengthen Global Competitiveness

CALL FOR PAPERS

 

The International Conference on Trade: 

A New Paradigm in Trade Governance to Increase Domestic Efficiency and to Strengthen Global Competitiveness

Jakarta, Indonesia 5-6 September 2017

 

Sub Themes

  • Regulatory Reform to Improve National Logistic Efficiency
  • Increasing Export through Greater Participation of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the Global Value Chain (GVC)
  • Using Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to Improve Efficiency and Competitiveness
  • Bilateral Trade Cooperation to Augment Market Access 

 

Important Dates

Abstract Submission Deadline: June 30, 2017
Notification of Accepted Abstracts: July 10, 2017
Full Paper Submission Deadline: August 14, 2017
Notification of Accepted Full Paper: August 21, 2017

Conference: 5-6 September 2017

(Limited seat available, 200 participants in conference)

FREE OF CHARGE

 

For more information:

Email: internationalconference.bppp@gmail.com

Website: conference.kemendag.go.id

 

ISAE Paper Competition 2017

Backgrounds

Indonesian Society of Agricultural Economics (ISAE) is a professional organization that acts as a forum for the gathering of enthusiasts and observers of agricultural economics. Through these organization, all members can enhance their roles and contributions to develop agricultural economics and its application in national development. This year, ISAE will held an International Conference and Congress on 23-26 August 2017 in Bali, Indonesia. On the occasion, ISAE held a paper competition for students interested in agricultural economics. Through the competition, ISAE is trying to give opportunities for the young generation in Indonesia to participate in giving some suggestions to improve agricultural conditions through a culture of critical thinking by using a scientific approach.

 

Theme

“Social Economics of Sustainable Food and Agriculture: Youth Perspectives”

 

Terms:

  1. Participants of this competition are undergraduate students from Indonesia (shown by letter of information from head of department)
  2. Participant is a group not an individual student. Each group consist of 3 students at least from two difference department or difference faculty in the same university.
  3. Authors are required to certify that their papers represent original works and are previously unpublished elsewhere. Simultaneous submission to any other conference, workshop or journal is strictly prohibited.
  4. Plagiarism and auto-plagiarism are strictly prohibited. So, all of participants should make a statement of originality.
  5. Each group can only send one paper to the committee.
  6. Each group in the writing of the paper, should be supervised by one lecturer.
  7. The jury’s decision can’t be contested.
  8. Every paper that has been submitted become the right of the committee. The committee can publish it in form of book, proceedings, and other forms of publication.
  9. Submissions that do not follow the conference submission rules and format will be disqualified.

 

Basic Submission Rules

Language English
Paper length HVS – A4Abstract: less than 300 words within 2 pages

Full paper: within 15 pages, including references, tables/charts, and keywords

Key words 3 – 5 words
Font 12 – Times New Roman
Paragraph 1.5 spaced
Margin Normal(Top: 2.5 cm; Bottom: 2.5 cm; Left: 3 cm; Right: 3 cm)
Page numbers Bottom-centered
Format MS Word-compatible file and pdf file
Structure Paper consists of:1. Cover

2. Abstract

3. Table of Contents

4. Approval Page

5. Statement of Originality

6. Introduction (Background and Objectives)

7. Literature Review / Theory

8. Research Methods

9. Result and Discussion

10. Conclusion and Recommendation

11. References

12. Author Biography (Each member is described in one paragraph + photo)

 

Main Text

The length of each article must not exceed 15 pages. It must be submitted as an MS Word file and PDF file, using Times New Roman 12 font, and typed 1.5-spaced on A4 paper setting. Use American rather than British spelling. Numbers from zero to nine should be written out (e.g., three); Arabic numerals should be used for all other numbers (e.g., 14). Dates should be written as follows: April 14, 2017.

 

Tables & Figures

Each table and figure (accompanied by the original tabulated data) must be numbered in order, and placed at the end of the article. To facilitate layout and type setting, the editable files of the tables and figures will be required when a paper is accepted for publication. Text for tables should not be smaller than 9 points. Scanned or digital photos should be in high resolution (minimum of 300 dpi).

All measurements should be expressed using International System of Units (SI). The US Dollar equivalent should be given when other monetary units are used.

 

References

Each reference must be mentioned in the text as a continuous quotation. Use Harvard citation style.  

For examples:

Arnell, Nigel W. 2004. ‘Climate change and global water resources: SRES emissions and socio-economic scenarios’. Global Environment Change 14 (1): 31-52.

Cochrane, A. 2007. Understanding urban policy: a critical approach. Blackwell Publishing, Malden, MA.

 

Paper Submission Guidance and Deadline

Paper must be submitted as Microsoft Word file and PDF file, less than 2 MB.

Sent via email: lkti.perhepi2017@gmail.com with subject ISAE Competition_ Title

 

Important date:

Submission of paper: 25 July, 2017

Period of judging: 26 July – 10 August, 2017

Winner announcement: 15 August, 2017

 

Board of Jury

  1. Dr. Amzul Rifin, SP, MA (Bogor Agricultural University)
  2. Prof (R). Dr. Ir. Erizal Jamal, MS (Ministry of Agriculture, Indonesia)
  3. Prof. Dr. Ir. Endang Siti Rahayu, MS (Sebelas Maret University, Surakarta)
  4. Dr. Ir. Rosihan Asmara, SP, MP (Brawijaya University)
  5. Dr. Hasnah, SP, M.Sc (Andalas University)
  6. Dr. Ir. Wahida, MS (PSEKP / Agricultural Attache of Republic of Indonesia in Brussel)
  7. Feryanto, SP, M.Si (Bogor Agricultural University)

 

Reward

  1. Group representative (1 person) from the best paper will be invited for presentation on International Congress and Conference, in Sanur, Bali 23-26 August 2017 (free transportation and accommodation). Grand Prize: Rp 5.000.000,- + certificate
  1. 2nd Place: certificate + Rp 3.000.000,-
  2. 3rd Place: certificate + Rp 2.000.000,-

 

Guidance:

Paper Competition Guidance ISAE 2017