Academy of Strategic Management Journal (Print ISSN: 1544-1458; Online ISSN: 1939-6104)


Existence and Sustainability of Sharecropping Contract in Bali Province, Indonesia

Author(s): I Made Endra Kartika Yudha, Made Kembar Sri Budhi, Made Suyana Utama, Ida Bagus Putu Purbadharmaja, I Gusti Wayan Murjana Yasa, Ni Nyoman Reni Suasih

In agriculture in Bali, there are still many unwritten agricultural contracts that are very traditional in the form of sharecropping contracts. The traditional sharecropping contract regulates the sharing of results and also costs between the landowner and tenant. The purpose of this study is to identify and analyze key factors related to the existence and sustainability of sharecropping contracts in Bali Province. This study uses a prospective analysis-MICMAC, where data were previously collected through FGDs involving experts or stakeholders who are considered to be familiar with sharecropping contracts in Bali. Based on the identification results, it is known that there are eight key factors or variables in the sharing contract in Bali. The variables included as key drivers are risk as well as productivity and soil quality, while reputation, norms, types of food crops, and kinship are relay variables. The cost and also financial position and capital are depending variables. While the variables included as key drivers are the dominant factors that have the most influence on sharecropping contracts in Bali are social norms and reputation. Meanwhile, the dominant factors that are most dependent are costs as well as financial position and capital.

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