Anatomy And The Effect Of Capture Fisheries’ Business Competition On The Level Of Prosperity Of Coastal Community: A Case Study In Puger, Jember, East Java

Pratomo, Gigih (2017) Anatomy And The Effect Of Capture Fisheries’ Business Competition On The Level Of Prosperity Of Coastal Community: A Case Study In Puger, Jember, East Java. In: IRSA 2017, 17-18 July 2017, Universitas Sam Ratulangi.

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Abstract

It is commonly recognized that Inhabitants who reside in the coastal area are considered with the poverty issues due to the lack of education, knowledge, the productivity and the source of income (Sigalla, 2014). The research aims to observe the anatomy, the patterns and the effect of capture fisheries’ business competition on the level of prosperity of community in the coastal area in Puger, Jember, East Java. The methodology approaches used is a qualitative method whereas determining the key-informants based on snowball sampling method. The findings indicated that capture fisheries were much dominated by fishermen who had a large amount of capital in which eventually created an unfair competition between the small-scale fisherman and the big-scale fisherman. In addition, the big-scale fisherman had an exclusive zone in terms of fishing activity, conversely, others were restricted to explore and exploit. Territorial water, therefore, revealed the main regulation reflecting in the domination of illegal institutional in capturing fisheries’ business rivalry in Puger. Moreover, the small-scale fisherman underwent challenging circumstances to halt the illegal institutional considering most of them as labor and having a loan to the big-scale fisherman. Consequently, the detrimental effects of competition were hard eradicated because small-scale fisherman experiencing the poor of infrastructure either physic or non-physic since the model of institutional had built by the big-scale fisherman. Ultimately, regarding the exploitation, the fisheries yield, and coastline territory, influenced on the lower income and much less prosperity for small-scale fisherman.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Business Competition, Capture Fisheries, The Institutional, The Prosperity
Subjects: H Social Sciences > HB Economic Theory
Divisions: Faculty of Economic and Business
Depositing User: Sulimin BP3
Date Deposited: 27 Dec 2018 03:48
Last Modified: 27 Dec 2018 03:48
URI: http://erepository.uwks.ac.id/id/eprint/2931

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