The impact of the oil palm plantation area on the community economy in East Kutai Regency, East
Keywords:plantation area, cost of benefits, welfare
This article is about how the impact of change and the extent of existing activities contribute to the surrounding community. The development of large private plantations in the East Kutai Regency has also been inseparable from problems, especially in the management of plasma plantations carried out by large plantation companies. Issues that arise include the difference in productivity between nucleus and plasma plantations, the low acceptance of plasma farmers so that it is considered not to improve the welfare of the community. The purpose of this study was to determine the impact of large private plantations on community welfare, evaluating the implementation of plantation development activities in the East Kutai Regency. The sampling method is done by purposed sampling using data analysis methods, the analysis of the cost of the benefits of the area, the analysis of the level of welfare, and analysis of regional influence. With the results of the study as follows: the cost of benefits is positive; the multiplier value is 2,614 and the value of NTM is 0.37.
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