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Vol 8, No 2 (2008): Buletin Ekonomi Perikanan After shrimp, tuna Is the second major export of Indonesian sead food <:ommodity group . Among the existing export mar1tets, Japan is the bigest mar1tet destination of Indonesian Tuna export. In the perspctive of Intemational trade, tuna· is a commodity group consisting of different kinds of export Item and specificity. Fresh ye//Owfin is the most Important Item of tuna group in term of export's value. This research specified model and estimated demand parameters of Japanese Impbrt market on Indonesia's fresh Ye//owfin. The estimation Is made In order to have valid Information especially for policy formulation. The estimation is done by using an econometric approach. In the approach three ad hoc models (linear, semi logarithmic and double logarithmic) were applied to a time series export data of Indonesian yellow fin to Japanese mar1tet by using ordinary least square (OLS) methods. These three models were then evaluated using three criteria of fitness: economic, statislical and econometric criteria. The model evaluation Indicated that semi-logarithmic model has the best fitness to the three criteria. COnsequently, the estimation of demand parameters is then made by using semi-logarithmic model. Using the semi-logarithmic demand model, the econometric analysis has indicated that Import of Indonesian Yellow fin by Japanese mar1tet is dependent on five factors: the domestic price of fresh yellow fin In Japan, Japanese GOP, Yen to dollar exchange rate, Intemational fresh shrimp price, and previous demand of fresh yellow fin by Japanese mar1tet. It is concluded that. of these five factors, two factors (own price and Income) revealed a Significant Interest. It Is found out that own price demand elasticity of fresh yellow fin Is elastic (-1,283) and demand elasticity of Income is inelastic (0,002) . The research recommended that Indonesian need to apply quality based strategy instead of price, by applying prudent production technology to anticipate the increasing Japanese GOP   Abstract   PDF   PDF
Suharno ., Heri Santoso
Vol 6, No 2 (2006): Buletin Ekonomi Perikanan Analisis Efisiensi Pemasaran Karang Hias di Pulau Panggang, Kabupaten Administrasi Kepulauan Seribu Marketing is one of the main interesting problem of karang hias (artifICial coral) business in Pulau Panggang. Some of artificial coral are gathered and then sole by fishennan to the collector who come to Pulau Panggang periodically. Among of species of artificial coral marketed from Pulau Panggang were called karang hias Jamur Mangkok, karang hias Babut Hijau, karang hias Pipa Salim and karang hias Nanas Mata. There are many marketing institutional involved in artificial coral marketing from Pulau Panggang. They have a big role to deliver karang hias from fISherman to the consumer.   The aims of this research are : 1) to identify the pattern of karang hias marketing channel that occurred in Pulau Panggang, 2) to analyze marketing efficiency of karang hias in Pulau Panggang: include of market structure, market behavior and marketing margin.   Result of this research showed that there are five patterns of marketing chamef in Pulau Panggang. Marketing instjutional that i!1volved in distribution of karang hias to the consumer consisted of fishermen, coIlector, merchant, exporter, and retailer. Market structured of karang hias tend to form imperfectly competition. Market behavior showed that in functional martfel activities fisherman have got a low price and low of fishermen's share. Market institutional of karang hias didn't get the spread of profit, cost of marketing was relatively high and marketing margin was also high enough. Those market structure,market behavior and marketing margin Rlcated that marketing of karang hias in Pulau Panggang, Kabupaten Administrasi Keputauan Semu was inefficient.   Abstract   PDF
Henrikus Passlamanto, Popong Nurhayati, Iis Diatin
Vol 5, No 2 (2004): Buletin Ekonomi Perikanan Analisis Pendidikan Formal Anak pada Keluarga Nelayan di Desa Karang Jaladri, Kecamatan Parigi, Kabupaten Ciamis, Provinsi Jawa Barat Abstract   PDF
Nani Suryani, Siti Aminah, Yastri Indah Kusumastuti
Vol 5, No 1 (2003): Buletin Ekonomi Perikanan Analisis Penerapan User Fee untuk Pemanfaatan Sumberdaya Perikanan Demersal Abstract   PDF
Akhmad Fauzi Syam, Moch Prihatna Sobari, Sri Dharmayanti
Vol 2, No 3 (1996): Buletin Ekonomi Perikanan Analisis Permintaan Rekreasi Pantai carita Kabupaten Pandeglang, Jawa Barat Abstract   PDF
Wahyudi .
Vol 5, No 2 (2004): Buletin Ekonomi Perikanan Analisis Portofolio Saham Perusahaan Perikanan di PT Bursa Efek Jakarta Abstract   PDF
Iis Diatin, Moch Prihatna Sobari, Hanen Dyawarman
Vol 1, No 1 (1993): Buletin Ekonomi Perikanan Analysis on Demand of Indonesian Shrimp By International Market Abstract   PDF
Lusi Fausia, Wahyudi ., A Fahrudin, Nina Sri Sutami
Vol 1, No 1 (1993): Buletin Ekonomi Perikanan Analysis On Shrimp trade Between Indonesia and Belgium Abstract   PDF
Suharno Suharno
Vol 2, No 3 (1996): Buletin Ekonomi Perikanan An Evaluation of Goverment Policies on The Development of Fisheries in Indonesia Abstract   PDF
Tridoyo Kusumastanto
Vol 6, No 1 (2005): Buletin Ekonomi Perikanan An investigation of institutional analysis on managing reservoir environment was carried out at Jatiluhur reservoir, West Java. Data were collected from several institution which relates to reservoir environment management in relation to the floating fish cage culture practises. Descriptive method was used to analyze the institutional aspects on manging reservoir environment which relates to the floating cage culture practises. The results of the research showed that the institution roles are good enough in managing reservoir environment in relation to the floating fish cage culture. Each of institution was funtioning it's tasks and authorities based on their yurisdiction respectively. The right and obligation of the institutions had been function based on their task and authority except the informatin of the water changes for fish farmers are not available yet. In addition, the fish farmers representation were not included as a member of the fisheries advise: team of Director of the POJ on Fisheries Section. All of institution have the same perception on reservoir environment management in relation to fish farmer cage culture practises. Abstract   PDF
Zahri Nasution
Vol 2, No 2 (1996): Buletin Ekonomi Perikanan Arus Bawah dalam Kecenderungan Manajemen Mutakhir Abstract   PDF
Tubagus Rizon Sofhani
Vol 7, No 2 (2007): Buletin Ekonomi Perikanan Cinta Tzu Chi 2 Muara Angke flat is one of some alternative home to people especially fishermen who lived in Kali Adem riverbank. Develop the flat sponsored by Budha Tzu Chi Foundation. How the attitude's people to live in this flat is important to know, so the aim of this research were: to know how level of their attitude to live in this flat, to identify of factors that correlate with attitude, and  the fit of the attitude with behaviour to live in this flat. The result of research showed that (1) the attitude's people to live in this flat was in the good level, their reason was live in the flat is better than live in the riverbank, (2) The internal factor was the floor level of the flat and the external factors were the rules of conduct from Cinta Kasih Tzu Chi 2 management and the conditions of their house when they have been lived in riverbank those influenced attitue'people to live in this flat, (3) There were positif or negatif correlation between the attitude with behaviour in the people who live in this flat. The positif correlations were on the domestic activities (children carieng, family gathering), rule of conduct (paying of bill) and social activities (freedom to activities), another side the negative correlation are on domestic activities (keeping of cleaning and good looking of the flat environment)   Abstract   PDF
Diyah Anggraeni, Yatri Indah K, Anna Fatchiya
Vol 2, No 3 (1996): Buletin Ekonomi Perikanan Dampak Program Bina Desa Terhadap Perilaku Masyarakat di Desa Binaan Abstract   PDF
Rilus A Kinseng, Iis Diatin, Achmad Fahrudin
Vol 5, No 2 (2004): Buletin Ekonomi Perikanan Efektivitas Komunikasi Iklan Televisi dan Pengaruhnya terhadap Pembelian Produk Perikanan oleh Ibu Rumah Tangga di Kelurahan Lubang Buaya, Kecamatan Cipayung, Jakarta Timur Abstract   PDF
Popong Nurhayati, Trukan Sri Bahukelling
Vol 1, No 1 (1993): Buletin Ekonomi Perikanan Farm Size and Relative Economic Efficiency Of Seaweed Farming Abstract   PDF
Moch Prihatna Sobari
Vol 6, No 3 (2006): Buletin Ekonomi Perikanan Fish fillet is a superior commodity for the company of PT Dharma Samudra Fishing Industry (DSFI), and having the highest production and demand. The product of fish fillet giving a big opportunity for defect level of fish fillet and it's caused from some mistakes that happen in process production. Hence, the optimalization of input process of fish fillet production is related with six sigma methods application which try to eliminate or minimize mistakes and wastes of time and money. It is hoped the result of the project will increase in profit of the company and work productivity. This research purposes to use six sigma project that able to apply for production division of fish fillet in PT SF!. It can be happened with measuring the effectiveness of production and identifying the good way of work in production that has done with six sigma perspective. The management of work procedure of PT DSFI with fish fillet commodity based on six sigma perspective is in 4,53 sigma .level for January 2005 until Juny 2006. It means that the work procedure in fish fillet production is in a hig" category or very good. The data prove this condition by low value achievement of DPMO, that is 1.227,60 DPMO. There are seventeen Critical To Quality that is achieved by DMAIC methods in fish fillet processing that influence the quality and quantity of fish fillet. Improvement is done for seventeen Critical To Quality. The improvement target is the management of work procedure of input process .production. The important consideration is that anything can exactly connect to the targets. Those target is improvement effort carried out by production division, because the mistakes generally happened with characteristic of technical and human factor in this division. Improvement process is doing continuously so that every deficiency can be identified and examined for improvement in the future .   Abstract   PDF
I I Fithri Yunindari S, Dinarwan ., Narni Farmayanti
Vol 8, No 2 (2008): Buletin Ekonomi Perikanan Giant Hypennarket is one of main player in consumer good retailing industry in Indonesia. Changing environtment and increasing competition pressure have put the finn in a need of marketing strategy adjustment in order to retain the existing and to gain new market segments. This study presented steps taken in developming a new marketing strategy plan based on study of consume(s preference and enterprise perfonnace analysiS. A new marketing mix, has been developed based on consumer preference and enterprise perfonnance studies. The study has been focused on sea food and fish products of the retailer. Objectives of the studies are to Identify dominant marketing variables of the finn that best meet consumer preferences and to fonnulate new or adjusted marketing mix that best fits the business environment and Challenges. The development of new marketing mix began by conducting consumer preference study in whichconsumers are requested to expresses their impression and evaluation on existing Giant marketing strategy. In the same manner, intemal officers of Giant hypennarket having direct responsibility in marketing have been asked to give their self evaluation on their own marketing strategy. In both studies, elements of Giant marketing mix, the so called 7 P's, were. evaluated. Empirical data has been drawn by using survey and interview techniques. Sample respondents representing consumers have been selected by applying purposive sampling methods. Questionnaires were developed to catch consumer preferences, consumer evaluation and suggestions on the existing marketing mix. The data has then been analyzed by applying descriptive statistics methods. Seven marketing variables of Giant Hypennarket being analyzed are product mix, price mix, place mix, promotion mix, process mix, people mix and physical evidence. These variables have been evaluated by both intemal management and consumers. New marketing mix is then developed based ~n the outcome of the analysis. It is indicated that Giant Hypermarket has applied the 7 Ps of the marketing mix adequately consistent. Four of the seven variables (product, price, promotion, people, and physical evidence) have been deemed appropriate, while the others have been deemed good. However, one element of promotion mix, namely public relation have been deemed poor by consumes. Evaluation by intemal management of the firm has put marketing variables to be significant factors for the success of the retailer. The analysis has revealed that two marketing variables, product mix and promotin mix are relatively more important than the others; Cosequently, these variables need to be put in priority in the firm marketing program. It is recommended, that (1) as a part product mix, the firm to put more care in sorting process to ensure quality, to intensify physical check up on the products, to use appropriate packing materials and to make up packing design. (2) In promotion mix, Giant Hypermarket is suggested to keep using and diversify the existing media to increase publication. In particular, the firm is suggested to increase the frequencies of sales promotion and public relation. Abstract   PDF
Suharno ., Ika Sulistiya
Vol 8, No 2 (2008): Buletin Ekonomi Perikanan Indonesia has 17.504 island and it's the biggest maritim states in the world. It gives a challege for the government it self because if they don't organized it effectively, there will be bad effects and couses cases. As same as case that happened to Ambalat block, this ocean is claimed as an area from two states. This is the second time Indonesia competes to each other, before that they figth to get sipadan ligitan island, and finaly malaysia got that island. Malaysia claims Ambalat Block based on 1979 map which published in only one side, by drawing a base line until taking a short out of indonesia area. According to the claim, malaysia gives concession to SHELL which is the 011 company from Holland. Whereas, Indonesia has already given concession to italy and england companies. which is the island country claims that this area is the exclusive economic zone and its also as a continental shelf. Ambalat block which is a sulawesi ocean is assumed having a lot of natural riched things. That's the reasons why of the malayslan claim based on. The most important things here is, both of the Countries have ratified the convention law of the sea (UNCLOS 1982) so, they have to finish the problem based on UNCLOS to. The law Study of Ambalat conflict based on UNCLOS : 1. UNCLOS 1982 article 46, Archipelagic States Arr;hipelagic states means a states consitude wholly by one or more arr;hipelagos and may Include other Island. And Malaysia is not the archilpelagic states. 2. UNCLOS 1982 article 47, archipelagic baselines Malaysia cant use the straight archipelagic baselines because they not the archipelagic states. 3. UNCLOS 1982, article 57 ZEE The exclusive economic zone shall not extend beyond nautical miles the baselines from which the breadth of the territrial sea is measured. Dan the ambalat sea include the Indonesian exclusive economic zone . 4. UNCLOS 1982, article 76, Continental shelf Blok ambalat is the pronglotion of its land of east Kalimantan and that blok comes to 200 nautical miles from the baselines indonesian territorial. 5. UNCLOS 1982, article 77, continental Shelf Indonesia have sovereign rights for the purpose of exsploring natural resources of blok amblat.   Abstract   PDF
Dewi Dwi Puspitasari S, Etty Eidman, Luky Adrianto
Vol 6, No 3 (2006): Buletin Ekonomi Perikanan Indonesia is a tropical country that has high variety of mangrove. Of 15.9 thousand ha world mangrove forest total area, the 3.7 thousand ha, or 24% of it is located in Indonesia. The aims of the research are: 1) to identify both the potential and the types of utilization of mangrove ecosystem carried out by the local society; 2) to analyze the economic value of the mangrove ecosystem; and (3) to analyze the alternatives of strategic utilization for mangrove ecosystem .. The number of respondents is 138 deriving from Fishery Household (RTP) and non-RTP. The data were then analyzed by using consumer surplus, household model, Total Economic Value (TEV), and Multi Criteria AnalysiS (MCA). The results show that the biggest utility is the one of crabs that reaches Rp19, 770,799.11, with the surplus consumer of Rp17,664,744,08. The highest optimum profit from the crab utilization amountsto Rp12,883,900.00 for 11 (eleven) fishery households; while the lowest profit is obtained from the utilization of prawn pond with Rp3,165,590.70. The biggest proportion is from the indirect utilization' with a percentage of 83.71% with a value of Rp1,039,474,428.00 per year. Furthermore, the Total Economic Value of the mangrove forest ecosystem in 8arru District covering 6.23 ha of mangrove forest and 127.60 ha for ponds amounts to Rp1,241 ,763,891.75. The utilization altematives put as priorities, based on the balance between indicators for both efficiency criteria and ecology criteria, between the efficiency and equity criteria, not only in the level of real interest rate of 4.·12% but also at the real interest rate of 3.55% are as follows: firstly, utilization alternative V (100% mangrove forest and 0% ponds); secondly, utilization altemative IV (8.73 ha mangrove forest and 0 ha shrimp monoculture pond, 104.05 ha mallet monoculture pond, and 21.00 ha poly-culture). Nevertheless, the utilization alternative III, II, and I cannot be given as choices in this management since their analysis values show that they are not efficient. Abstract   PDF
Moch Prihatna Sobari, Luky Adrianto, Nurdiana Azis
Vol 6, No 3 (2006): Buletin Ekonomi Perikanan In recent years, export of ornamental fish from Indonesia increased for every year in quantity and value. There are thirty eight companies with the ornamental fish export business. In this global competition era, the product quality stimulates company's competitiveness. This research has aim to see how far the TOM concept has been applied to improve the business performance of CV Banyu Biru. CV Banyu Biru hold a customer's satisfaction strategy for competing with competitors. The strategy is to fill up the customer's demand and satisfaction by serving and keeping product quality. We can see the problems of TOM and how far the TOM have been applied in this company by observing the company's quality management in relation with the indicators, principles, and the basic elements of TOM. In identifying the existing problem, the research use the Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) method by making hierarchy. The results of this research shows that there are five main problems. That the company always put in priority. These problems are product quality, product delivery timing, production continuity, product amount and production costs. The alternative for improvement are teamwork, training, benchmarking, information system, technology, product variation, and also the improvement in management info administration system. The priority of joined management perception to elements of TOM are company vision and mission, standardization, internal auditing, organization, facilities, human resources and training.   Abstract   PDF
Iis Diatin, Narni Farmayanti, Syanni Dian Nita
Vol 1, No 1 (1993): Buletin Ekonomi Perikanan Invesment Assessement on Small Scale Shrimp Fishing Industry for Shrimp Resource Management At North Cirebon and Surrounding Fishing Area, West Java Abstract   PDF
Dinarwan Dinarwan
Vol 2, No 2 (1996): Buletin Ekonomi Perikanan Investment Strategy For The Development Of Fisheries Sector In Indonesia: An Application A Dynamics Regional Economics Allocation Model (Dream) Abstract   PDF
Tridoyo Kusumastanto
Vol 5, No 2 (2004): Buletin Ekonomi Perikanan Kemandirian Usaha Pembudidaya Ikan dalam Proyek Pembinaan Peningkatan Pendapatan Petani-Nelayan Kecil (P4K) di Desa Muktisari, Kecamatan Cipaku, Kabupaten Ciamis, Jawa Barat Abstract   PDF
Desy Purwayanti, Anna Fatchiya, Istiqlaliyah Muflikhati
Vol 5, No 2 (2004): Buletin Ekonomi Perikanan Kontribusi Peran Perempuan dalam Pengelolaan Usaha Budidaya dan Penanganan Pasca Panen Rumput Laut di Pulau Nusa Penida, Kecamatan Nusa Penida, Kabupaten Klungkung, Propinsi Bali Abstract   PDF
Taryono .
Vol 7, No 2 (2007): Buletin Ekonomi Perikanan Leadership is very important to improve a community group as like the fish farmer group in KUIH Telaga Biru, Desa Parigi Mekar, Ciseeng, Bogor. The research in focuses on how principal, commitment and a figure of group's leader, and the style of the leadership. From the research, it has been the shown that group's leader use the leadership principal of Muhammad SAW as like sidiq, tab/igh, amanah, dan fathonah. Group's leader regard their members as a leader, and the group's leader was a model leader to group members, also he have huge commitment in the interest of the group. Abstract   PDF
Anna Fatchiya
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