Design of institutional and implementation barriers models of fuel subsidy policy for fisheries sector with interpretive structural modeling method

Achmad Ali Ma'sum, M. Dachyar, Yadrifil, Novandra Rhezza Pratama

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Abstract

The fisheries sector is one of the consumer users in the fuel subsidy policy with custody transfer point in the Fuel Retail Station. The problem that arises in the fisheries sector is the actual price received by fisherman above the price that has been set by the Government due to lack of fuel Retail Station for fishery and other constraints. In addition, there are many institutions involved in the fuel subsidy policy of the fisheries sector. Interpretive Structural Modeling method is used to produce a model of structural institutionalstrategic relationship which mutually supports on fulfillment of fuel subsidies for fishermen for decision making through policy formulation and acknowledge theobstacles that are considered to be a major factor in the implementation of the fuel subsidy policy to the fisheries sector through structured interview and questionaire with 5 experts. This research resulted in structural model of institutions with the 7 institutions that are considered to be a major factor in the preparation and implementation of fuel subsidy policy for fisheries sector. There are 3 barriers that are considered to be the major factors in implementing the fuel policy subsidy to the fisheries sector; one price policy, regulation and licensing and also distribution of fuel retail station, especially for fisheries sector.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)8300-8306
Number of pages7
JournalARPN Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Volume10
Issue number18
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2015

Keywords

  • Decision science
  • Energy subsidy
  • Interpretive structural modeling
  • Strategic management

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