The Exchange Rate Analysis of Fish Cultivators (A Case Study in Bayongbong Garut Indonesia)
Asian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Research,
The purpose of this study is to analyze 1) the exchange rate of fish cultivators (NTPI) in Garut Regency, and 2) the factors that affect the NTPI in Garut Regency. A case study method including both primary and secondary data was used in the study. Primary data were generated from the interviews with respondents. Secondary data were obtained from the relevant agencies. This study used 45 respondents as research sample based on the purposive sampling. The data analysis used is NTPI and multiple linear regression. The results obtained in this research are the average NTPI in Bayongbong Subdistrict, which is 116%, explaining that fish cultivators' expenditures on household consumption and production cost are lower than their income. So it can be concluded that fish cultivators in Bayongbong Subdistrict are prosperous cultivators. Factors that can affect NTPI are age, education level, work experience, number of family members, income, and expenditure.
- garut regency
- fish cultivators
- the exhange rate
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