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Analysis of Fishery Sectors Linkages Toward Other Sectors In Batubara District of North Sumatera Province, Indonesia

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This research aims to analyze the growth rate, and the role of the fisheries sector also to analyze the linkage between the fisheries sector and other sectors in the economic growth rate in the Batubara district. The results of research can be used by local communities and the government as material consideration in determining a policy of management of the economic sector, especially the fisheries sector. This research was carried out from April 2017 to April 2018. The methods utilized are regional superiority analysis, klassentypology analysis, and correlation analysis. The results showed that LQ. LI and SI values of the fisheries sector of Batubara District tend to increase in value from year to year and the fisheries sector itself is in a state of growth. Still, Typology Klassen analysis reveals that the fisheries sector of Batubara district is in the second quadrant. This means that it is advanced but depressed. Moreover, the role of the fisheries sector to other sectors is in the provision of production factors and capital base due to the economy factors built-in to the same space. Herein, the result of correlation analysis of the fisheries sector with other sectors is 0,9. This shows that there is a very strong linkage between the fisheries sector and other sector values in the Batubara District.
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  • Center for Social Economic of Fishery Studies, Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences, Universitas Padjajaran, Indonesia
  • Center for Social Economic of Fishery Studies, Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences, Universitas Padjajaran, Indonesia
  • Center for Social Economic of Fishery Studies, Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences, Universitas Padjajaran, Indonesia
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