Jangkung Handoyo Mulyo
Fakultas Pertanian Universitas Gadjah Mada, Jl. Flora, Bulaksumur, Yogyakarta 55281

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Journal : Jurnal Agro Ekonomi

Additional Value and Business Efficiency of Various Processing Bananas Product in The Border Area of Sebatik Island Indana, Fairuz; Irham, Irham; Mulyo, Jangkung Handoyo
Agro Ekonomi Vol 29, No 1 (2018): JUNI 2018
Publisher : Department of Agricultural Socio-Economics Faculty of Agriculture Universitas Gadjah Mada

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People who are living in banana production centers such as Sebatik Island have the opportunity to develop the products. Therefore, the purpose of this research are: (1) to know the added value from banana processing business in the border area of Sebatik Island and (2) to know the relative efficiency level of each banana processing business in the border area of Sebatik Island. The method used in this research was the added value of Hayami method which is to know the added value and the Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) method of CCR with input orientation which is to know the relative efficiency level of banana processing business. The study of the added value of various proceed banana in the border area of Sebatik Island showed that the banana processing commodities provided an average added value of  IDR 16,375.28 /kg. The relative efficiency analysis of 15 DMU of banana processing agroindustry showed that most of the banana processing agroindustry in the border area of Sebatik Island is not efficient yet. 40% of banana processing agroindustry is efficient and other 60% is inefficient. The average relative efficiency value of banana processing agroindustry is 0.737.
The Development Strategy of Soybean Agribusiness in PT Lentera Panen Mandiri Nurpitasari, Dewi; Waluyati, Lestari Rahayu; Mulyo, Jangkung Handoyo
Agro Ekonomi Vol 29, No 1 (2018): JUNI 2018
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The aims of this study are to identify both internal and external factors of agribusiness in PT Lentera Panen Mandiri (PT LPM), map the company’s position, and determine its development strategy. Main data used in this study is primary data obtained from stakeholders of PT LPM by direct interview. Strength, Weakness, Opportunity and Threat (SWOT) of soybean agribusiness in PT LPM were identified in this study and followed by determining the company’s position using SWOT diagram. Alternative srategies were derived from the SWOT matrix and prioritized using Quantitative Strategies Planning Matrix (QSPM) analysis. The results of this study identified 5 strengths, 7 weaknesses, 9 opportunities, and 6 threaths with the highest factors consisted as "companys commitment to supervise and foster farmers and suppliers", "is time-consuming sorting process and potency of mixed between rice and soybean", "opportunity to increase the  productivity of soybean at farmer level ", and "uncommit suppliers to supply only from areas that have been approved by the company" respectively. Based on the  SWOT diagram, soybean agribussiness in PT LPM positioned in Quadrant I, which mean that the company should apply Agressive Strategy or Strength – Opportunity (S-O) strategy. Based on the SWOT Matrix, 5 alternative of S-O strategies were derived. Based on the QSPM analysis, strategy for guarding and coaching farmers through patnership scheme is the first priority with Total Attarctive Score (TAS) is 12.9.
Competitiveness and Export Similarity of Indonesian Horticulture in The Asean-Asean+3 Chasanah, Nur; Mulyo, Jangkung Handoyo; Darwanto, Dwidjono Hadi
Agro Ekonomi Vol 28, No 1 (2017): JUNI 2017
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In the framework of ASEAN+3 integration, Indonesian horticultural trade is facing a dilemmatic position. Being in the middle of a fi erce competition with benchmark countries, it is important that Indonesia gain the highest profi t from its integration strategy. Evaluation is n of needed to investigate Indonesian’s position in ASEAN +3 horticultural markets and the sustainability of specifi c trading prospect on each member country. Therefore, this study aims to investigate competitiveness and similarity of Indonesian horticultural export structure in intra-ASEAN+3. Revealed Comparative Advantage (RCA) analysis shows that Indonesian horticulture does not have aggregate competitiveness in ASEAN+3 market. The average of Indonesian RCA decreased from 1,64 in ASEAN level during 1999-2014 to 0,45 in ASEAN+3 level. In addition, based on Export Similarity Index (ESI) analysis, Indonesia has the highest and the most consistent similarity of horticultural export structure with Singapore, both in ASEAN and ASEAN+3 level. Meanwhile, Thailand has the highest level of export structure similarity in ASEAN with ESI index of 93,77. Integration of ASEAN+3 has led to an alteration in trading scheme in which ESI with each member country generally decrease. The highest level of export structure similarity occurs with Singapore with ESI index of 85,95. Overall, the trade of horticultural commodity in the framework of ASEAN+3 integration is dominated by export structure similarity which may lead to a competition between the members of ASEAN+3. 
FARMERS HOUSEHOLD’S FOOD SECURITY IN THE DISTRICT OF PONJONG, GUNUNGKIDUL REGENCY Rahmi, Radita Dwi; Suratiyah, Ken; Mulyo, Jangkung Handoyo
Agro Ekonomi Vol 24, No 2 (2013): DESEMBER 2013
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The aims of this research are (1) to find out farmers household’s food expenditure (2) to analyze the food security level of farmers household (3) to know they factors that influence the food security of farmers household. The basic method of this research is descriptive analysis. The respondents were determined purposively, there were 30 respomdents who came from farmer family having rice farming, corn farming, soybean farming, cassava farming, and peanuts farming in Ponjong Sub District. Analysis of the data was conducted by determining the level of food security viewed from the share of food expenditure, the method of Johnson and Toole, the indicators of food security index ad the food insecurity. Whereas, Ordinat Least Sugar method was carried out to determine the factors that influence farmers household’s food. The result show that (1) the average of farmers household’s food expenditure are about Rp 13.090.728, with the average share of food expenditure by 65,20% (2) the level of farmers households food security is observed by the food security index indicator are classified as food secure, and do not have experience in food insecurity. While it is according ro Johnson and Toole’s method the farmers households’ are classified as food insecure (3) income households can increase food security, while the family size, cooking oil price, and tempe price are likely to reduce the level of farmers household’s food security the Ponjong district.
TRADE LIBERALIZATION AND ENVIROMENTAL STANDARS Mulyo, Jangkung Handoyo
Agro Ekonomi Vol 8, No 1 (2001): JUNI 2001
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This paper examines trade liberalization and environment nexus both on the theoretical ground and using empirical evidence. The results of the study reveal that there is lack of empirical evidence to conclude that industrial or capital flight is caused mainly by the implementation of lower environmental standards in host countries. Furthermore, it can be argued that the idea to impose uniform environmental standards is unfair, particularly for developing countries
DAMPAK INVESTASI SWASTA DI DAERAH TRANSMIGRASI Hartono, Slamet; Jamhari, Jamhari; Mulyo, Jangkung Handoyo
Agro Ekonomi Vol 7, No 1 (2000): JUNI 2000
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Dampak investasi swasta di daerah transmigrasi.
Analisis Perbandingan Keuntungan dan Risiko Usaha Perikanan Rakyat Sistem Monokultur dan Polikultur di Kabupaten Pangkep Husain, Tsalis Kurniawan; Mulyo, Jangkung Handoyo; Jamhari, Jamhari
Agro Ekonomi Vol 27, No 2 (2016): DESEMBER 2016
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The purpose of this research is to analyze and compare the cost, profit, and risk of monoculture and polyculture fisheries system in Pangkep Regency. The sample collection uses the snowball sampling method. There are 80 fish farmers who were interviewed in this research. The cost and income is analyzed by income analysis, while to measure the level of business risk, Coefficients Variation (CV) analysis is used. To test the hypothesis, analysis of z distribution test is used. The research results show that the fishing cost and income of polyculture system is larger than monoculture system, where the cost of each is Rp 14.722.597 and Rp 13.191.880 respectively, while their profit is Rp 10.285.066 and Rp 6.710.486 each. Polyculture system has cost risk, revenue risk and profit risk is lower than monoculture system with large value of Coefficients Variation (CV) each by 0,11; 0,29 and 0,56 for polyculture system and 0.12; 0,37 and 0,88 for monoculture system. The results of the hypothesis showed that there is difference in cost of, revenue, and profit between poliyculture and monoculture system while there is no significance difference for cost risk, revenue risk and profit risk.
THE CONSUMPTION OF ORGANIC RICE IN THE HOUSEHOLD LEVEL AT SLEMAN REGENCY Damayanti, Failla Rhomtika; Mulyo, Jangkung Handoyo; Suryantini, Any
Agro Ekonomi Vol 24, No 2 (2013): DESEMBER 2013
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The purpose of this study: 1) how does the organic rice consumer behavior at the houshehold level in Sleman Regency? 2) How do the characteristic of consumed organic rice? 3) ehat are the factors that influence the amount of organic rice consumption at the household level in SLeman Regency?The respondents were households that consume organic rice and live in Sleman Regency. In order to know organic rice consumer behavior, the variable that observed include. The decision makers, the main reason, place of purchase, intencity, amount, and the percentage of organic rice consumption. The characteristics of organic rice determined from varieties and brands of consumed organic rice. To determine the factors that influence the amount of organic rice consumption the tested variables were education level, organic rice prices, the price of substitute goods, family size, income, the price of complementary goods, and the main reason to consume organic rice.Results of this research indicate, 1) decision-making in organic rice consumption is determined by the wife (92,5%), the main source of information comes from the electronics media (32.2%), the main reason of organic rice consumption is the health factor (80%), most consumers choose distributor as a polace to purchase organic rice, the main reason is good service (35%), organic rice consumption intensity is continuously (67,5%) and the amount of consumption pe month is 10-20 kg, 2) consumers of organic rice in Sleman mostly (22,5%) consume organic rice from pandan wangi variety with JOL brands that have a characteristic of dull white color, rice washing color level is quite clear, fragrant rice aroma, rough texture, low broken rice percentage, slightly sweet taste, high fluffer level and more durable resistance (not perishable) 3) factors that positively affect organic rice consumption are the number of family members, the price of non-organic rice, corn prices and negatively by price of organic rice.
DINAMIKA PERDAGANGAN BERAS VIETNAM Nugroho, Agus Dwi; Jamhari, Jamhari; Mulyo, Jangkung Handoyo
Agro Ekonomi Vol 24, No 1 (2013): JUNI 2013
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The aims of this study is to analyze the performance of export-import, competitiveness and the factors affecting export-import of Vietnam rice. Type of data used is secondary data of 1980-2009. To determine the fluctuation of export-import trade were applied trend and trade specialization ratio. To find out the analysis of competitiveness were run revealed comparative advantage (RCA) and acceleration ratio (AR). To investigate the factors affecting the export and import used error correction model (ECM). Vietnam export trend showed an increase and imports trend showed a decline and in the maturity stage. Vietnam has high competitiveness but the exports acceleration is low. Vietnam’s export affected by per capita rice availability and the exchange rate while imports of Vietnam affected by the production, world rice prices and real national income.
PENGARUH KARAKTERISTIK DEMOGRAFI DAN EKONOMI TERHADAP PERMINTAAN TELUR AYAM BERLABEL DI KAWASAN YOGYAKARTA Utami, Sri Sari; Mulyo, Jangkung Handoyo; Waluyati, Lestari rahayu
Agro Ekonomi Vol 25, No 2 (2014): DESEMBER 2014
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The objective of this research were to analyze the relationships between demographic characteristic ( age and family members) and other factors on demand for labeled eggs. The respondents are consumers who consumed labeled eggs and consisted of 50 labelled eggs consumer who are selected by incidental sampling. The effect of demographic characteristics and other factors were analyzed by using multiple linear regression model. The result indicates that consumption of labeled eggs influenced positively by consumer motivation, consume income and number of family members and influenced negatively by price of labeled eggs.