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Analysis of Fisheries Sector Contribution in Nabire District of West Papua Province

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The aims of this research were to analyze the rate of growth of the fisheries sector from year to year in Nabire District and analyze the role of the fisheries sector to regional development in Nabire District. The research method covered Shift Share analysis and competitive analysis region, using Location Quotient (LQ), Localization Index (LI) analysis, and Specialization Index (SI) analysis. Shift Share analysis results indicate that the fisheries sector of Nabire District has a slower growth profile and has a low competitiveness. The results of the analysis of regional advantages by using LQ with the average rate of 1.43; LI with the average rate of 0.01; and SI with the average rate of 0.00 to 0.01 indicate that the fisheries sector is a basis sector, but not the prime mover sector of the economic sector.
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  • Center for Social Economic of Fishery Studies, Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences, Universitas Padjajaran, Indonesia
  • Research & Development Center for Policy and Technology Implementation, Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing of the Republic of Indonesia, Indonesia
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  • Faculty of Agricultural Industrial Technology, Universitas Padjajaran, Indonesia
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