Deregulation and Development in Indonesia

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NOTES
1.
A fuller version of this chapter was previously published in the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, 33 (2), August 1997. Permission to reprint is gratefully acknowledged.
2.
Plantations in Sabah have invested heavily in agronomic research and their yields are the highest in the world.
3.
Older farms tend to do more “mixed” culture. For instance, Jamal and Pomp (1993) reports that the majority of cocoa producing smallholders surveyed in the regions of Mamuju and Polewali in South Sulawesi engaged in mixed culture.
4.
It should be noted that the figures in Table 3 are the average based on cocoa from a number of locations, some of which are several hundred miles from the export port of Ujung Pandang.

REFERENCES

c

Center for Agro-Socioeconomic Research, CASER (1992) Cassava Marketing inIndonesia.


d

Direktorat Jenderal Perkebunan (Directorate General of Estates) StatistikPerkebunan Indonesia, 1984–89, (Jakarta, Indonesia: The Government of Indonesia).

Direktorat Jenderal Perkebunan (Directorate General of Estates) StatistikPerkebunan Indonesia, 1990–92, (Jakarta, Indonesia: The Government of Indonesia).


j

Jamal, Sofyan and Marc Pomp (1993) “Smallholder Adoption of Tree Crops: ACase Study of Cocoa in Sulawesi,” Bulletin of Indonesian EconomicStudies, 29 (3).


r

Ruf, Francois (1993a) “Indonesia’s Position Among Cocoa Producing Countries,” Indonesian Circle, 61, June.

Ruf, Francois (1993b) “Comparison of Cocoa Production Costs in Seven Producing Countries,” The Planter, 69 (807), June.


v

Varangis, Panos, T. Akiyama and M.E. Thigpen (1990) “Developments in Marketing and Pricing Systems for Agricultural Export Commodities in Sub-Saharan Africa,” (Washington, DC: The World Bank Policy Research Working Paper No. 43).


w

World Bank (1994) Indonesia: Environment and Development, (Washington, DC: A World Bank Country Study).

World Bank (1995) Commodity Markets and the Developing Countries, (Washington, DC: A World Bank Quarterly, Commodity Policy and Analysis Unit).

World Bank (1990) Indonesia: Sustainable Development of Forests, Land, andWater, (New York, NY: The Oxford University Press).

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