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Economic Contribution of Southern West Java Province Marine Fisheries

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Economic development has negative impacts on the environment and spurs an upward trend of environmental degradation and resource depletion. However, as incomes increase, the structure of the economy may change, shifting from a resource-intensive economy to a serviceand knowledge-based technology-intensive economy. Marine Fisheries development is one of the economic’s sector that contribute on regional economic growth in west java province. This paper present the Input Output Analysis to show economic contribution of Marine fisheries of southern west java province. Total contribution (direct and indirect effect) of marine fisheries in the Southern West Java economy range from 12.7%, 13.1% to 14.6% in terms of value added, employment and production value. The direct economic contribution in 2017 for the first two measures is 5.5% and 7.3%. Recommendation as consequences of this finding are investment should be alocated to fish culture on high value fish species. Concerning investment on marine fisheries resources, it needs increasing financial institution supporting.
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204-217
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  • Socio-Economic Fisheries Studies Center, Faculty of Fishery and Marine Science, Universitas Padjadjaran, Jl. Raya Bandung – Sumedang Km 21 Jatinangor, 45363 Sumedang, Indonesia
  • Socio-Economic Fisheries Studies Center, Faculty of Fishery and Marine Science, Universitas Padjadjaran, Jl. Raya Bandung – Sumedang Km 21 Jatinangor, 45363 Sumedang, Indonesia
  • Socio-Economic Fisheries Studies Center, Faculty of Fishery and Marine Science, Universitas Padjadjaran, Jl. Raya Bandung – Sumedang Km 21 Jatinangor, 45363 Sumedang, Indonesia
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