THE DEMAND FOR BEEF IN INDONESIAN URBAN
- R Anindita Brawijaya University, Malang
Issue:Vol. 2 (2019): Proceeding of the 2nd International Conference on Food and Agriculture
AbstractThe low consumption of animal protein food is one of the causes of the increasing number of stunting in Indonesia. This study analyzes the effect of changes in prices and incomes on demand for five animal food groups, namely fish, chicken, beef, eggs, and milk. The demand function approach uses the Almost Ideal Demand System model with the parameter estimates using Seemingly Unrelated Regression. The research data using Susenas 2016 data totaling 124,513 households. The results showed that beef was the most elastic animal food among all animal foods with a demand elasticity of 1,031%, followed by chicken meat (0.564%), milk (0.451%), eggs (0.313%), and sea fish (0.151%). Beef is a luxury item. Beef is substituted with sea fish, eggs, or chicken meat. Beef is complementary with milk. The increase in beef prices is one of the policies that need to be considered so that the target of protein consumption is immediately reached
A. Suryana, â€œMenuju ketahanan pangan indonesia berkelanjutan 2025: tantangan dan penanganannya,â€ in Forum Penelitian Agro Ekonomi, 2014, vol. 32, pp. 123â€“135.
F. Akaichi and C. Revoredo-Giha, â€œThe demand for dairy products in Malawi,â€ Afr. J. Agric. Resour. Econ., 2014.
C. Legendre, C. Debure, S. Meaume, C. Lok, J. L. Golmard, and P. Senet, â€œImpact of protein deficiency on venous ulcer healing,â€ J. Vasc. Surg., vol. 48, no. 3, pp. 688â€“693, 2008.
A. McFadden et al., â€œCan food vouchers improve nutrition and reduce health inequalities in low- income mothers and young children: a multi-method evaluation of the experiences of beneficiaries and practitioners of the Healthy Start programme in England,â€ BMC Public Health, vol. 14, no. 1, p. 148, 2014.
L. Vu and P. Glewwe, â€œImpacts of rising food prices on poverty and welfare in Vietnam,â€ J. Agric. Resour. Econ., pp. 14â€“27, 2011.
M. Demeke and S. Rashid, â€œWelfare impacts of rising food prices in rural Ethiopia: a Quadratic almost ideal demand system approach,â€ 2012.
K. Quentin, M. Tene, G. Laure, J. J. Ambagna, I. Piot-Lepetit, and S. Fondo, â€œThe impact of foodprice volatility on consumer welfare in Cameroon,â€ 2015.
A. Elijah Obayelu, V. O. Okoruwa, and O. I. Y. Ajani, â€œCross-sectional analysis of food demand in the North Central, Nigeria: The quadratic almost ideal demand system (QUAIDS) approach,â€ China Agric. Econ. Rev., vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 173â€“193, 2009.
H. K. Bett, M. P. Musyoka, K. J. Peters, and W. Bokelmann, â€œDemand for meat in the rural and urban areas of Kenya: a focus on the indigenous chicken,â€ Econ. Res. Int., vol. 20, 2012.
Y. Sacli and O. O. Ozer, â€œAnalysis of factors affecting red meat and chicken meat consumption in Turkey using an Ideal Demand System model.,â€ Pak. J. Agric. Sci., vol. 54, no. 4, 2017.
G. Cudjoe, C. Breisinger, and X. Diao, â€œLocal impacts of a global crisis: Food price transmission, consumer welfare and poverty in Ghana,â€ Food Policy, vol. 35, no. 4, pp. 294â€“302, 2010.
A. Deaton, â€œMeasuring and understanding behavior, welfare, and poverty,â€ Am. Econ. Rev., vol. 106, no. 6, pp. 1221â€“43, 2016.
â€œFactors affecting householdsâ€™ meat purchase and future meat consumption changes in China: a demand system approach | Elsevier Enhanced Reader.â€ [Online]. Available: https://reader.elsevier.com/reader/sd/pii/S2352618117301749?token=1A4B1B19E3BE49E FFEC84D142609076BF17A9BADB706DA980B4C64E5687F9E335D59488E30E2469E6 86B7007D8401EAA. [Accessed: 30-Sep-2019].
M. Delport, M. Louw, T. Davids, H. Vermeulen, and F. Meyer, â€œEvaluating the demand for meat in South Africa: an econometric estimation of short term demand elasticities,â€ Agrekon, vol. 56, no. 1, pp. 13â€“27, 2017.
H. K. Bett, M. P. Musyoka, K. Peters, and W. Bokelman, â€œDemand for meat in the rural and urban areas of Kenya,â€ Focus Indig. Chick. Econ. Res. Int. 11th July, 2012.
A. M. Al-Shuaibi, â€œAn Economic Study of the Demand for Red meat in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia using almost Ideal demand system,â€ Trends Agric. Econ., vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 30â€“40, 2011.
T. BjÃ¸rndal, K. G. Salvanes, and J. H. Andreassen, â€œThe demand for salmon in France: the effects of marketing and structural change,â€ Appl. Econ., vol. 24, no. 9, pp. 1027â€“1034, 1992.
M. Z. Dhraief, M. Oueslati, and B. Dhehibi, â€œIncome, education and age effects on meat and fish demand in Tunisia,â€ Int. J. Food Agric. Econ. IJFAEC, vol. 1, no. 1128-2016â€“92009, p. 1, 2013.
A. S. Jabarin, â€œEstimation of meat demand system in Jordan: an almost ideal demand system,â€ Int. J. Consum. Stud., vol. 29, no. 3, pp. 232â€“238, 2005.
M. Motallebi and D. L. Pendell, â€œEstimating an Almost Ideal Demand System Model for Meats in Iran,â€ 2013.
G. Armagan and C. Akbay, â€œAn econometric analysis of urban householdsâ€™ animal products consumption in Turkey,â€ Appl. Econ., vol. 40, no. 15, pp. 2029â€“2036, 2008.
O. Attanasio, V. Di Maro, V. Lechene, and D. Phillips, â€œThe welfare consequence of increases in food prices in rural Mexico and Colombia,â€ Forthcom. J. Dev. Econ., 2009.
M. F. Bellemare, C. B. Barrett, and D. R. Just, â€œThe welfare impacts of commodity price volatility: evidence from rural Ethiopia,â€ Am. J. Agric. Econ., vol. 95, no. 4, pp. 877â€“899, 2013.
A. Deaton and J. Muellbauer, â€œAn almost ideal demand system,â€ Am. Econ. Rev., vol. 70, no. 3, pp. 312â€“326, 1980.
O. G. DÃ¡vila, â€œFood security and poverty in Mexico: the impact of higher global food prices,â€ Food Secur., vol. 2, no. 4, pp. 383â€“393, 2010.
S. Fan, E. J. Wailes, and G. L. Cramer, â€œHousehold demand in rural China: a two-stage LES-AIDS model,â€ Am. J. Agric. Econ., vol. 77, no. 1, pp. 54â€“62, 1995.
N. Khoiriyah, R. Anindita, N. Hanani, and A. W. Muhaimin, â€œAnalisis Permintaan Pangan Hewani Rumah Tangga Perkotaan Indonesiaâ€ Sebuah Pendekatan Quadratic Almost Ideal Demand System (QUAIDS),â€ in Prosiding Seminar Nasional dan Internasional, 2018, pp. 155â€“163.
C. O. A. Ugwumba and J. A. L. Effiong, â€œAnalysis of Household Demand for Beef in Owerri Metropolis of Imo State, Nigeria,â€ J. Chem. Biol. Phys. Sci. JCBPS, vol. 3, no. 2, p. 1201, 2013.
L. Bopape and R. Myers, â€œAnalysis of household demand for food in South Africa: Model selection, expenditure endogeneity, and the influence of socio-demographic effects,â€ in African econometrics society annual conferenceâ€, Cape Town, South Africa, 2007.
N. Khoiriyah, R. Anindita, N. Hanani, and A. W. Muhaimin, â€œAnimal Food Demand in IndonesianRural: A Quadratic Almost Ideal Demand System Approach,â€ WACANA J. Sos. Dan Hum., vol. 22, no. 2, 2019.
R. Weber, â€œWelfare Impacts of Rising Food Prices: Evidence from India,â€ in 2015 Conference, August 2015, pp. 9â€“14.
A. A. Saâ€™diyah, R. Anindita, N. Hanani, and A. W. Muhaimin, â€œSTRATEGIC PATTERNS OF HOUSEHOLDSâ€™ FOOD CONSUMPTION IN INDONESIA,â€ Russ. J. Agric. Socio-Econ. Sci., vol. 87, no. 3, pp. 79â€“83, Mar. 2019.