Efficiency and economic benefits of skipjack pole and line (huhate) in central Moluccas, Indonesia

Stevanus M Siahainenia, Johanis Hiariey, Mulyono S Baskoro, Wellem Waeleruny
2017 IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environment  
Excess fishing capacity is a crucial problem in marine capture fisheries. This phenomenon needed to be investigated regarding sustainability and development of the fishery. This research was aimed at analyzing technical efficiency (TE) and computing financial aspects of the skipjack pole and line. Primary data were collected from the owners of the fishing units at the different size of gross boat tonnage (GT), while secondary data were gathered from official publications relating to this
more » ... ting to this research. Data envelopment analysis (DEA) approach was applied to estimate technical efficiency whereas a selected financial analysis was utilized to calculate economic benefits of the skipjack pole and line business. The fishing units with a size of 26-30 GT provided a higher TE value, and also achieved larger economic benefit values than that of the other fishing units. The empirical results indicate that skipjack pole and line in the size of 26-30 GT is a good fishing gear for the business development in central Moluccas.
doi:10.1088/1755-1315/89/1/012024 fatcat:3ukk2ja7wvh6hgivnuenpz6kji