International Journal of Entrepreneurship (Print ISSN: 1099-9264; Online ISSN: 1939-4675)


Income Analysis of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) of Coastal Society of Current Madura

Author(s): Mimit Primyastanto

Small, Micro and Medium Enterprises (MSME) fisheries is one of the MME that contribute substantial national income. One of the areas whose society relying heavily on MME fisheries is the coastal society of the current Madura. The purpose of this research is to know: (1) fisheries MSME profile in Madura Coastal (2) Analysing the effect of variables, working capital, business experience, working hours and education level to the income of MSME owners in coastal area of Madura Strait. (3) Analysing the most dominant Factor of Production on the income of MSME owners in the Strait of Madura. Data analysis method used is statistical analysis classical assumption followed by multiple linear regression analysis. MSMEs fishery profile on the coastal of Madura Strait consists of commodities of crispy fish, crispy EBI, fish crackers, dried fish, smoked fish, fresh fish and fish fillets. The number of products sold per month averaged 1244 packs. Marketing is generally done by tell, the product is sold inside the city or outside the city. Mostly, the business owner does not have an organizational structure. The effect of working capital variable (0.28), experience (851.14), working hours (3077.83), education level (178.49) and dummy (2452.62) had a positive effect on income variable at 99% signification rate. The most dominant factor of production influence the level of income of MSME is factor of working capital production (X1) that is equal to 0.28 with t-statistic value equal to 8,292 at significant level of 99%.

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