STRUKTUR PASAR INDUSTRI MINYAK GORENG DI INDONESIA TAHUN 1998 – 2004

TOYYIB WIJAYA, M YUSUF (2007) STRUKTUR PASAR INDUSTRI MINYAK GORENG DI INDONESIA TAHUN 1998 – 2004. Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.

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Abstract

The working capacity plays an important role in economic development. A strategy planning and marketing development program can create a condusive and efficient marketing. Indonesia is the biggest producer of adalah the second biggest produsen of coconut after Malaysia. However, the domestic policy on the oil product in market is really affected by foreign policy. That condition encourages the writer to conduct this study as a way to examining the coconut- cooking oil industry in industry in Indonesia. This study aims at finding out the structure, working capacity and the industrial concentration in the site of cooking oil industry in the period of year 1998 – 2004. The analysis tool used in this study is ration concentration analysis (CR4/CR8), and the Geographical Information system. The data gotten are the development data of the selling of the coconut –cooking oil in the period of year 1998 – 2004. The result of the analysis shows that Indonesia cooking oil industry in the year of 1998 – 2004 is oligopoly structured at high concentration that is above 40%, with the cooking oil concentration is about (CR4 about 84,21%, CR8 about 97,25%), meanwhile the coconut-cooking oil (CR4 is about 91,02%, CR8 99,12%). It means that there are 4 big companies take a control over 84,21% or 8 big companies take a power over 97,25% from the demand of cooking oil in market. And there are 4 big companies take a power over 91, 02% or there are 8 big companies take a power over 99,12% from the demand of cooking oil in market. The cluster area of Indonesia cooking oil from 1998 and 2004 is based on the selling unit on three different islands, they are: Sumatra, Java, and Sulawesi islands. However, in the year of 2004 the coking oil industry has undergone an increase in its selling unit from 81 selling unit in the year of 1998 which increases into 139 selling unit in year of 2004. Based on the research, it is concluded that it is better that Indonesian cooking oil has its own perfect-competitive market. Each province in Indonesia is expected to able to add selling unit so that it can reach the average concentration. It is also expected that each region Sumatra island is able to maximize its potency in terms of supplying the raw material and the production input so that it can add the selling unit of Indonesia and attract the investor to come as well. Thus it can give a significant contribution to Indonesia’s economic growth.

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Subjects: H Social Sciences > HB Economic Theory
Divisions: Faculty of Economic > Department of Economics and Development Studies
Depositing User: Rayi Tegar Pamungkas
Date Deposited: 19 Jun 2012 07:55
Last Modified: 19 Jun 2012 07:55
URI: http://eprints.umm.ac.id/id/eprint/8593

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