Haluan, John, Indonesia
Forum Pasca Sarjana Vol. 34 No. 2 (2011): Forum Pascasarjana - Articles
Makassar city of South Sulawesi Province has potency and opportunity to develop fisheries industry to become the biggest fisheries industry in the eastern Indonesian region. Geographically, the Makassar city is located in a strategic eastern Indonesian region that bringing consequency to become the gate of export for trading product. The research objectives are to create development model of fisheries industry in Makassar city base on the fishing port, to describe the existing condition of fishing activities and its influence level to formulate significant influence factors, and to formulate development strategy of fisheries industry in Makassar city. This research was conducted from March to November 2009 in Makassar city. Data was taken from fishery industries as respondent, such as fishing characteristic, fishing industry, management industry, export, and policy. The result of SEM analysis showed the goodness of fit index criterias, namely: chi-square, probability, RMSEA, CFI, IFI, GFI, AGFI, and PGFI. Based on the regression analysis on weight values of the interaction with other factors, it can be significant or non-significant relation, wherereas the significant relation is necessary. The goverment policy on the development of Untia Archipelago Fishing Port in Makassar city is to continue fishing activity to provide materials of fishery industry. Developing model of fisheries industry base on the fishing port with eight factors can be used to plan the fishery industry development.
Key words: model, fishing port, fishery industry, SEM
Forum Pasca Sarjana Vol. 31 No. 2 (2008): Forum Pascasarjana - Articles
Although tuna fisheries have significant role on Indonesian fisheries, concept for integrated tuna fisheries development in South Java Waters have not been implemented yet. This study was aimed to design model for tuna fisheries development in South Java Waters. Because of fisheries is a complex system, therefore the system approach was applied in this study. The system design, named SIMPENA model, consist of three submodels, there are (1) fisheries business (USAHA), (2) fishing port requirement: functionality and accessibility (PELABUHAN), and (3) policy and institution (LEMBAGA). The result of this study indicated that the tuna business is a very high risk business. Government policies which contribute a little support to the business cause a big impact for the business continuity. There is only a few number of fishing port that could support the tuna business in this region, namely PPS Cilacap and PPN Palabuhanratu. The development strategic analysis by using interpretative structural modeling technique resulted seven elements which playing an important role for succeeded the system.