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Siti Jahroh

Departmen: Lecturer
Bogor Agricultural University

Office: Agribusiness Department Faculty of Economics and Management Bogor Agricultural University Jl. Kamper, W4L5 Kampus IPB Darmaga-Bogor – West Java 16680
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Currently: in Bogor



Expertise:

Teaching Area:

Agribusiness
Business Forecasting
Entrepreneurship
Agribusiness Development Planning
Agribusiness Development and Policy
Farm Management subjects


Education:

PhD in International Bio-Business Studies,  Tokyo University of Agriculture, Tokyo, Japan (2007)
Master of International Bio-Business Studies, GPA 4, Tokyo University of Agriculture, Tokyo, Japan (2004)
Bachelor of International Agriculture and Food Studies, GPA 3.948, TOKYO UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE, Tokyo, Japan (2002)
Department of Agribusiness, Faculty of Agriculture, GPA 3.824, BOGOR AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY, Bogor, Indonesia (transferred to TOKYO UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE in 1998)


Professional Experience:

Bogor Agricultural University, Bogor, Indonesia (April 2007-present)

Editorial Staff, Agribusiness and Agriculture Economic Journal, Department of Agribusiness
Writing and editing papers for the journal.

The Organization to Promote Japanese Restaurants Abroad (JRO), Tokyo, Japan (Nov-Dec 2011)

Consultant, managed, prepared and conducted market survey and seminar JRO in Jakarta.


Research:

Center for Agriculture and Rural Development Studies – IPB, Researcher 2008-present

Researcher, Amarta Project (in collaboration with DAI, funded by USAID) (June-October 2010)
Conducted an agribusiness-based comprehensive analysis of the existing body of policy, regulatory, and administrative rules and procedures in the horticultural sector in Indonesia.

Researcher, Amarta Project (in collaboration with DAI, funded by USAID) (March-June 2008)
Conducted a comprehensive evaluation on tropical fruits and cut flowers in Indonesia, including actual conditions, policy and regulations, and also analyzing their competitiveness.

Tokyo University of Agriculture, Tokyo, Japan

Researcher, International Cooperative Research Project TUA-BAU-MSU (2010- present)
Conducting research on promoting marketing of the developed local special product with a minimum marketing margin under the Action Research on Promoting Sustainable Development of Local Agriculture in Southeast Asia: Case of Indonesia.

Researcher, Academic Frontier Research Project (2007- 2008)
As a part of farming system team, conducting and analyzing the adoption and extension of organic farming in West Java, Indonesia.

Brighten Institute, Bogor, Indonesia (August 2008-present)

Researcher, (June-December 2011)
As one of the team members, conducting a study on supportive policies for maximizing agricultural investment in Indonesia, funded by FAO Rome.

Researcher, Feasibility Study (May-September 2009)
As one of the team members, conducting feasibility study of community-based forestry for watershed management in West Java, Indonesia, funded by FAO Korea Association.

Researcher, (August-December 2008)
Conducted policy analysis on integrated support services for agriculture and rural sector in Indonesia, funded by FAO Bangkok.

National Land Agency (2009-2010)

Assistant to the special staff on economic and political affair
ssisted the special staff on data provision and conducted survey and field visit regarding the agrarian reform and spatial planning issues.

Indonesian Center for Agriculture Socio Economic and Policy Studies (ICASEPS), Bogor, Indonesia (March 2008- December 2008)

Member of the Consortium
Conducted research on the socio-economic characteristics of farmers under different agro-ecosystems.

CRS (Catholic Relief Services) – Indonesia (August-September 2007)

Consultant, Agriculture Program
Conducted the end of project evaluation on Agro-enterprise Development Project implemented by CRS-Indonesia in collaboration with 9 local NGOs in 6 provinces in Indonesia.

KUD Warga Bhakti Karawang (Village Unit Co-operative) – Indonesia (June-July 2007)

Consultant,
Assisted the co-operative in establishing its SOP.

Freelance Translator (2002-present)
Translating Indonesian-English and Japanese-Indonesian.


Theses:

1. Siti Jahroh (2007), “Farm Business Development under Different Ecosystems in Sumatra, Indonesia: A Study of Three Villages in Komering Irrigation Area”, unpublished PhD Dissertation, Graduate School of Agriculture, Tokyo University of Agriculture, Japan.

2. Siti Jahroh (2004), “Economic Analysis of Rice Farming and Multiple Cropping in West Java: A Village Case Study”, unpublished Master Thesis, Graduate School of Agriculture, Tokyo University of Agriculture, Japan.

3. Siti Jahroh (2002), “Farm Management Study of Rice Farming in a West Java Village”, unpublished Bachelor Thesis, Faculty of International Agriculture and Food Studies, Tokyo University of Agriculture, Japan.


Publication:

  1. Lukman M. Baga, Anna Fariyanti dan Siti Jahroh (Editors) (2011), ”Kewirausahaan dan Dayasaing Agribisnis” IPB Press, Bogor, Indonesia.
  2. Siti Jahroh (2010), “Organic Farming Development in Indonesia: Lessons Learned from Organic Farming in West Java and North Sumatra” In: Proceedings of the Symposium Innovation and Sustainable Development in Agriculture and Food - ISDA 2010. Eds: Coudel, Devautour, Soulard, Hubert. Montpellier, June 28-July 1, 2010. Cirad, Inra, SupAgro, Montpellier-France. [ISBN - 978-2-7380-1284-5] available online at http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ISDA2010
  3. Siti Jahroh and Akimi Fujimoto (2010), “Fish and Vegetables Diversification in Irrigated Rice Fields in Sumatra, Indonesia: A Study of Two Villages in Komering Irrigation Area”, Journal of ISSAAS, Vol 16, No. 1, June 2010, pp. 97-109.
  4. Saliem, Handewi P., Harianto, and Siti Jahroh (2010), “Changes of Household Food Consumption in Indonesia: A Focus on Grains Consumption”, Journal on Socio-Economics of Agriculture and Agribusiness (SOCA), Vol 10, No. 1, February 2010, pp 21-28.
  5. Byoung Il Yoo, Byung Yang Choi, D.S. Priyarsono, Didik Suharjito, Heru Bagus Pulunggono, Siti Jahroh, Ratna Katarina and Moh. Shohibuddin (2009), “Feasibility Study on the Development of Community based Forest Management for Improving Watershed and Poor Household Welfare in West Java, Indonesia”, Korea FAO Association, Korea Forest Research Institute, and Brighten Institute. ISBN 978-89-8176-637-5 93520.
  6. Nunung Kusnadi and Siti Jahroh (2009), “Searching for Alternative Agricultural Financing”, In Rina Octaviani et al. (editors) (2009), Sustainable Economic Development in Facing Global Economic Crisis, pp: 263-271, IPB Press, Bogor, Indonesia. (in Indonesian language)
  7. Nunung Kusnadi, Anna Fariyanti, Dwi Rachmina and Siti Jahroh (editors), (2009), “Agribusiness: Marketing”, IPB Press. (in Indonesian language)
  8. Siti Jahroh and Akimi Fujimoto (2008), “Rice Production and Marginal Productivity under Different Ecosystems: A Case Study of Three Villages in Komering Irrigation Area, Sumatra, Indonesia”, Journal of ISSAAS Vol 13 No 3(Supplement), April 2008, pp: 112-125.
  9. Siti Jahroh and Akimi Fujimoto (2007), “Technological Changes and Profitability of Rice Farming under Different Ecosystems in Sumatra, Indonesia: A Study of Three Villages in Komering Irrigation Area”, Agribusiness and Agricultural Economic Journal Vol.1 No.1, June 2007, pp. 53-68, Department of Agribusiness, IPB.
  10. Siti Jahroh (2006), “A Study of Economic Sustainability of Indonesian Rice Farming: Case Study of Komering Irrigation Area in South Sumatra”, The Japanese Society of Applied Glycoscience 2006, pp: 361-366. (in Japanese language)
  11. Siti Jahroh and Akimi Fujimoto (2005), “Impacts of Irrigation on Agricultural Performance in Sumatra, Indonesia: A Case Study in Komering Irrigation Project Area”, Journal of ISSAAS Vol. 11 No 3(Supplement), 2005, pp:221-236.
  12. Siti Jahroh and Akimi Fujimoto (2003), “Two-decade Changes in Rice Technology and Production Performance in a West Java Village”, Journal of ISSAAS Vol 9 No 2, 2003, pp:1-11.
  13. Siti Jahroh (2002), “Challenges for Establishing a Safe Food System in Indonesia in the 21st Century”, In Tokyo University of Agriculture (eds.) (2002), The 1st International Students Summit on Food, Agriculture and Environment in the New Century, pp. 202-215, Tokyo University of Agriculture Press, Tokyo, Japan.


Report:

  1. Research Team (2010), “Final Report: AMARTA Policy and Regulatory Assessment”, Center for Agriculture and Rural Development Studies-IPB and Development Alternatives, Inc (DAI)-USAID.
  2. Research Team (2009), “Final Report: Integrated Support Services for Agriculture and Rural Sector in Indonesia”, Brighten Institute with the support from Food and Agriculture Organization-Regional Office for Asia and Pacific (FAO-RAP) and International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), under the project of Pro-poor Policy Formulation, Dialogue and Implementation at Country Level: Indonesia.
  3. Consortium Team (2008), “Consortium Research on Socio-economic Characteristics of Farmers under Different Agro-ecosystems: Characteristics and Direction Change of Household Consumption and Expenditure”, Indonesian Center for Agriculture Socio Economic and Policy Studies (ICASEPS) in collaboration with Bogor Agricultural University and Padjajaran University. (in Indonesian language)
  4. Research Team (2008), “Commodity Value Chain: High Value Horticulture, Activity 8: Introduction of Improved Planting Material for Tropical Fruits and Flowers”, Center for Agriculture and Rural Development Studies-IPB and Development Alternatives, Inc (DAI)-USAID.
  5. The Evaluation Team (2008), “Evaluation Report on Rural Agro-enterprise Development in Indonesia (2004-2008), CRS-Indonesia.


Training:

1. Tailor Made Training Program “Business Dynamics and Supply Chain Management” July 19 – Aug 6, 2010, Maastricht School of Management, The Netherlands, and DITSL GmbH, Kassel University, Witzenhausen, Germany.

2. Training of Trainers (ToT) on Sustainable Development and Global Value Chain, collaboration between Maastricht School of Management and MB-IPB, in November 2009 at MB-IPB, Indonesia.


Activities:

International Society of Southeast Agricultural Sciences, ISSAAS (2002-present)

Member
Being an active member by presenting paper at the annual scientific meeting.

Secretary, International Symposium and Congress ISSAAS 2011
Assisted the chairperson preparing and conducting the symposium and congress also served as the contact person.

Local Coordinator (2010-present)
Coordinating the members of ISSAAS in Jakarta, Bogor, Depok and Tangerang.

Reviewer
Reviewing the articles for Journal of ISSAAS.

Indonesia Organic, NGO, Bali, Indonesia

Contributing Writer (2010-present)
Writing articles regarding organic farming in the website of Indonesia Organic at http://www.indonesiaorganic.com/cat.php?id=113

The 14th AFBE-PERHEPI International Conference 2010 9-11 June 2010

Organizing Committee, Program Division
Arranged and prepared the program of the conference as well as ensured that the conference proceed well.

Pelita Indonesia Education Fund (PIEF), Non Profit Organization, Tokyo, Japan

Counselor (2007-present)
As one of the scholarship counselors, being the focal point in Indonesia and distributing scholarship for elementary school students in Bogor.

Director (2004-2007)
As one of the members of the board of directors, ensured the organization was proceeding well and was making decisions for the organization’s working plan every year.

Secretary General, Organizing Committee of Charity Concert event (2005-2006)
Responsible for administrative tasks, served as liaison with university, government officers in the ward office, companies, and other organizations.

Treasurer (2000-2005)
Managed accounts of the organization and established the financial report every year.

WWF-Indonesia, Jakarta

Volunteer (April – December 2007)
Volunteer for Earth Day Event in CITOS, Jakarta; and Public Educator for Jakarta, Bogor, Tangerang and Bekasi areas.

Indonesian Agricultural Sciences Association, Japan

Treasurer (2005-2006)
Managed accounts of the organization.

Chief of Social Economics Agricultural Section (2002-2005)
Acted as a director for Social Economics of Agriculture, selected topics for discussion sent through the mailing list.

Indonesian Students Association, Japan

Chief of Scholarship Section, Japan (2003-2005)
Established a scholarship program for poor elementary school students in Indonesia.

Member of Production Team, Inovasi Online (2004-2005)
Set the layouts and wrote articles for the magazine.

Ticketing Agent, Kanto Chapter (1998-2002)
Served as liaison with Indonesian students and Garuda Indonesia Airlines.

International Students Summit, Tokyo University of Agriculture, Tokyo, Japan

Team Leader of Indonesian Team, ISS II in 2002

Speaker, Chairperson, and Organizing Committee of ISS I in 2001


Research

Tokyo University of Agriculture, Tokyo, Japan

Teaching Assistant, Bio-Business Management Seminar (2002-2006)
Acted as a moderator in Bio-Business Management Seminar Class and assisted students in finding topics for their graduation thesis as well as processing and analyzing the data.

Research Assistant, Academic Frontier Research Project (1998-2005)
(1)    Processed data for analyzing the cropping patterns and profitability of farmers in a village in Nepal. (Nov 2004-Feb 2005)
(2)    As a part of farming system team, conducted a farm household survey and analyzed the technological changes and production of rice farming in a West Java village, Indonesia. (2002-2004)
(3)    Input and processed data of a farmer survey conducted in a village in Malaysia; also analyzed vegetable cultivation practices and their profitability. (Feb-Aug 2000)
(4)    Input data of farm household income and expenditure in a village in Bali, Indonesia. (Apr-Jul 1998)

Library Assistant, Library of Tokyo University of Agriculture (1999-2007)
Assisted students who need help regarding books and journals.

Computer Assistant, Computer Center of Tokyo University of Agriculture (1999-2002)
Assisted students who needed help regarding computers.

Setagaya Ward Office, Tokyo, Japan

Administrative staff (March-April 2006)
Worked on administrative tasks mainly on the checking of data and data input.

Japan Agricultural Exchange Council, Tokyo, Japan

Translator (2002-2005)
Worked as a Japanese-Indonesian translator in the discussion among Indonesian farmers, their respective host families and government officers in the prefecture.


Honors:

Research Grant, The Japanese Society of Applied Glycoscience, Tokyo, Japan

Recipient (2005-2006)
Yoneyama Rotary Club Scholarship, Tokyo, Japan: Recipient (2002-2004)
Sagawa Scholarship Foundation, Kyoto, Japan: Recipient (2000-2002)
Tokyo University of Agriculture, Tokyo, Japan (1998-2001)
Honor Student, Faculty of International Agriculture and Food Studies, Department of Bio-Business Management and Information: Recipient, based on academic performance received award as an honor student for four consecutive years.


Presentations:

  1. Siti Jahroh, Suprehatin and Harmini (2011), “Marketing Efficiency of Mangosteen: Case Study in Bogor, West Java, Indonesia”, A Paper Presented at Scientific Meeting of International Society of Southeast Agricultural Sciences International Congress on November 7-10, 2011, IPB, Bogor, Indonesia.
  2. Siti Jahroh (2011), “Investing in Sustainable Agriculture for Food Security and Poverty Reduction: Indonesia Case”, A Paper Presented at International conference on “Investing in Sustainable Agriculture for Food Security and Poverty Reduction” 27-18 July 2011, Bogor, Indonesia.
  3. Siti Jahroh (2011), “Overview of Agriculture in Bogor District, West Java, Indonesia”, A Paper Presented at the workshop of “Action Research on Promoting Sustainable Development of Local Agriculture in Southeast Asia: Case of Indonesia” 8-11 February 2011 in Tokyo University of Agriculture, Tokyo, Japan.
  4. Siti Jahroh (2010), “Economic Analysis of the Conversion to a More Friendly Farm Management: A Study in Cianjur District, West Java, Indonesia”, A Paper Presented at Scientific Meeting of International Society of Southeast Agricultural Sciences International Congress on November 14-18, 2010, Sanur, Bali, Indonesia.
  5. Siti Jahroh (2010), “Organic Farming Development in Indonesia: Lessons Learned from Organic Farming in West Java and North Sumatra”, A Paper Presented at Innovation and Sustainable Development in Agriculture and Food (ISDA) 2010, June 28-30, 2010, Montpellier, France.
  6. Handewi P. Saliem, Harianto and Siti Jahroh (2009), “Changes of Household Food Consumption in Indonesia: A Focus on Grains Consumption”, A Paper Presented at The 2nd IRSA International Institute The Political Economics of Regional Development on July 19-23, 2009, IPB, Bogor, Indonesia.
  7. Siti Jahroh and Kusdijono (2009), “Joint Marketing of Agricultural Products: Lessons Learned from the Implementation of Rural Agro-enterprise Development in Indonesia”, A Paper Presented at Scientific Meeting of International Society of Southeast Agricultural Sciences International Congress on February 25, 2009, Emerald Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand.
  8. Siti Jahroh (2008), “Agricultural Support Services in Japan”, A Paper Presented at Integrated Support Services for Agriculture and Rural Sector Workshop on October 21, 2008, Management and Business IPB, Bogor, Indonesia.
  9. Siti Jahroh and Akimi Fujimoto (2008), “Adoption and Extension of Organic Farming: A Study of Organic Vegetable Farming in Sukagalih Village, West Java”, A Paper Presented at Academic Frontier Research Project Tokyo Workshop 2008 on June 24, 2008, Conference Room, AFRP Center, Tokyo University of Agriculture, Japan.
  10. Siti Jahroh and Akimi Fujimoto (2007), “Fish and Vegetables Diversification in Irrigated Rice Fields in Sumatra, Indonesia: A Study of Two Villages in Komering Irrigation Area”, A Paper Presented at Scientific Meeting of International Society of Southeast Agricultural Sciences International Congress on December 13, 2007, Mahkota Hotel, Melaka, Malaysia.
  11. Siti Jahroh and Akimi Fujimoto (2006), “Productivity and Profitability of Rice Farming under Different Ecosystems in Sumatra, Indonesia: A Study of Three Villages in Komering Irrigation Area”, A Paper Presented at Scientific Meeting of International Society of Southeast Agricultural Sciences International Congress on December 10, 2006, University Putra Malaysia, Selangor, Malaysia.
  12. Siti Jahroh and Akimi Fujimoto (2005), “Impacts of Irrigation on Agricultural Performance in Sumatra, Indonesia: A Case Study in Komering Irrigation Project Area”, A Paper Presented at Scientific Meeting of International Society of Southeast Agricultural Sciences International Congress on December 12, 2005, Hanoi Agricultural University, Hanoi, Vietnam.
  13. Siti Jahroh and Akimi Fujimoto (2003), “Structure of Farm Household Economy in a West Java Village with Focus on the Role of Off-Farm Income”, A Paper Presented at Scientific Meeting of International Society of Southeast Agricultural Sciences International Congress on November 16, 2003, Tokyo University of Agriculture, Tokyo, Japan.
  14. Siti Jahroh and Akimi Fujimoto (2003), “Economic Structure and Current Issues of Rice Farming in West Java”, A Paper Presented at Japanese Farm Management Symposium on October 5, 2003, Tsukuba University, Tsukuba, Japan. (in Japanese language)
  15. Siti Jahroh and Akimi Fujimoto (2002), “Two-Decades Changes in Rice Technology and Production Performance in a West Java Village”, A Paper Presented at Scientific Meeting of International Society of Southeast Agricultural Sciences International Congress on November 15, 2002, Tokyo University of Agriculture, Tokyo, Japan.
  16. Siti Jahroh (2001), “Challenges for Establishing a Safe Food System in Indonesia in the 21st Century”, A Paper Presented at The 1st International Students Summit on Food, Agriculture and Environment in the New Century on November 20, 2001, Tokyo University of Agriculture, Tokyo, Japan.


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