ANALISIS PERMINTAAN PANGAN RUMAH TANGGA PENERIMA MANFAAT BANTUAN PANGAN NON TUNAI (BPNT) DI KOTA BOGOR

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Title ANALISIS PERMINTAAN PANGAN RUMAH TANGGA PENERIMA MANFAAT BANTUAN PANGAN NON TUNAI (BPNT) DI KOTA BOGOR
ANALISIS PERMINTAAN PANGAN RUMAH TANGGA PENERIMA MANFAAT BANTUAN PANGAN NON TUNAI (BPNT) DI KOTA BOGOR
 
Creator Nasution, Anisah
Krisnamurthi, Bayu
Rachmina, Dwi
 
Subject demand for food
elasticity
LA-AIDS
share of food expenditure
demand for food
elasticity
LA-AIDS
share of food expenditure
 
Description Food is a basic need and access to food is a human rights that must be fulfilled. Meeting food needs is the main target of food policy carried out by the government, especially for the poor household. One of the government's policies in terms of food is Non-Cash Food Assistance (BPNT). The purpose of this study was to analysis the food demand for BPNT's beneficiary household and not receiving BPNT. This study used primary data on food consumption with the highest share of expenditure of poor households in Bogor City. Demand for food was estimated by LA-AIDS (Linear Approximation Almost Ideal Demand System) model. The results this study showed that there were significant differences in the average consumption of rice, non-rice and animal protein consumption between BPNT and non-BPNT households. The highest of food expenditure in both households was processed food and beverages. The BPNT dummy variable did not sign for a share of food expenditure. The result of the estimate also showed that rice, animal protein, vegetables, food and beverages and cigarettes are inelastic at their prices elasticity. All types of food studied were normal goods. Non-rice, vegetables and processed food and beverages were substitutes for rice in BPNT recipient households while in non-BPNT only processed food and beverages was substitutes for rice. The interesting thing in this research was that cigarettes become a complimentary item to all foods.
Food is a basic need and access to food is a human rights that must be fulfilled. Meeting food needs is the main target of food policy carried out by the government, especially for the poor household. One of the government's policies in terms of food is Non-Cash Food Assistance (BPNT). The purpose of this study was to analysis the food demand for BPNT's beneficiary household and not receiving BPNT. This study used primary data on food consumption with the highest share of expenditure of poor households in Bogor City. Demand for food was estimated by LA-AIDS (Linear Approximation Almost Ideal Demand System) model. The results this study showed that there were significant differences in the average consumption of rice, non-rice and animal protein consumption between BPNT and non-BPNT households. The highest of food expenditure in both households was processed food and beverages. The BPNT dummy variable did not sign for a share of food expenditure. The result of the estimate also showed that rice, animal protein, vegetables, food and beverages and cigarettes are inelastic at their prices elasticity. All types of food studied were normal goods. Non-rice, vegetables and processed food and beverages were substitutes for rice in BPNT recipient households while in non-BPNT only processed food and beverages was substitutes for rice. The interesting thing in this research was that cigarettes become a complimentary item to all foods.
 
Publisher Magister Science of Agribusiness, Department of Agribusiness, FEM-IPB University
 
Date 2020-03-17
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://journal.ipb.ac.id/index.php/fagb/article/view/29863
10.29244/fagb.10.1.1-10
 
Source Forum Agribisnis : Agribusiness Forum; Vol. 10 No. 1 (2020): FA VOL 10 NO 1 MARET 2020; 1-10
Forum Agribisnis; Vol 10 No 1 (2020): FA VOL 10 NO 1 MARET 2020; 1-10
2656-4599
2252-5491
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://journal.ipb.ac.id/index.php/fagb/article/view/29863/19424
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 Forum Agribisnis (Agribusiness Forum)
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0
 

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