25 May 2018
The economics of clove farming in Indonesia, health population and nutrition global practice
World Bank Group (Patricio V. Marquez , Jeffrey Drope, Qing Li, Pandu Harimurti, Edson Correia Araujo, Gumilang Aryo Sahadewo, Nigar Nargis, Josefine Durazo, Firman Witoelar Kartaadipoetra, Bondan Supraptilah Sikoki)
The Economics of Clove Farming in Indonesia: Health Population and Nutrition Global Practice (Report on the results of the 2016 Indonesian Clove Farmers Survey)
The report on the results of the Clove Farmers Survey in Indonesia was released. It was conducted by SurveyMETER in collaboration with the American Cancer Society (ACS) for the World Bank in October-November 2016. It is a series of research (3 in 1) with the Household Survey of Kretek Cigarette Rollers in Indonesia and the Survey of Tobacco Farmers in Indonesia.
It was prepared in English by a research team from the three institutions, including Bondan S. Sikoki and Firman Witoelar from SurveyMETER. The title of the report is “The economics of clove farming in Indonesia: health population and nutrition global practice.”
It aims to inform the current discussion on the taxation of kretek cigarettes in Indonesia by examining clove farming livelihoods. It presents the results of a comprehensive, economic-focused household-level survey of 600 clove farmers in the two largest clove-producing regions, Sulawesi and Central Java. The survey examines the role of clove farming in the economic life of the household, among other related topics.
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