Efficiency And Productivity Of Coffee Agroindustry In Sungai Penuh City; Dea Approach And The Malmquist Index

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M. Afdhal Chatra
Heppi Syofya

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The coffee agroindustry's progress in Sungai Penuh city is still not optimal because of human resources' low ability and lack of knowledge and authority about technology. It ultimately impacts the level of efficiency and productivity value of the coffee agroindustry in Sungai Penuh City. This study aims to look at the general efficiency of coffee agroindustry in Sungai Penuh City from 2017-2021 by data envelopment analysis method and measure each coffee agroindustry's productivity level Malmquist index method. The results showed from the quadrant efficiency value and productivity level of Sungai Penuh city coffee agroindustry from 2017-2021  there are three coffee agroindustries in the category of High Efficiency, High Productivity, while the other four coffee agroindustries are in the category of High Efficiency, Low Productivity, there is no coffee agroindustry in the category of Low Efficiency, High Productivity, then found there are three coffee agroindustries in the category of Low Efficiency, Low Productivity.

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Afdhal Chatra, M., & Syofya, H. (2024). Efficiency And Productivity Of Coffee Agroindustry In Sungai Penuh City; Dea Approach And The Malmquist Index. Journal on Education, 6(2), 12545-12560. https://doi.org/10.31004/joe.v6i2.5114
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