HABITAT 2023-05-22T07:57:44+00:00 Setiyo Yuli Handono Open Journal Systems <h3><img src="" alt="" width="842" height="595" /></h3> <p>HABITAT gets SINTA 2 Accreditation starting on 2020 until 2024.</p> Analysis of Community-Based Coffee Agro-tourism Sustainability in East Java, Indonesia 2023-01-31T08:40:11+00:00 Fajar Rasyiidi Hidayat Luchman Hakim Rita Parmawati <p>Agro-tourism is the potential sector that can be developed in rural areas for local economic enhancement, contributing to conservation, and awarding local wisdom. However, several problems in development cause agro-tourism not to be sustainable. This research aimed to describe the existing condition and assess the sustainability of coffee agro-tourism. We evaluate the existing condition and sustainability status by assessing ancillary, attractions, accessibility, amenities, economy, ecology and socio-culture. Respondents from this research were 141 respondents, and each respondent was interviewed with a questionnaire. Data analysis was conducted with two methods: descriptive analysis and MDS (Multidimensional Scaling). Existing conditions from the institutional aspect show that some agro-tourism does not have institutional legality, the main attraction is coffee plantations, accessibility is challenging to reach, amenities do not yet have quality according to standards, economic actors are the community, public perception of agro-tourism is very positive. MDS analysis status is very sustainable regarding economic aspects, with a score index of 76.82 %. Ecology, amenities, attractions, social culture and ancillary aspects show enough sustainable status with a score index of 71.01%, 67.73%, 67.59%, 67.58% and 59.97%. At the same time, the accessibility aspect shows a less sustainable status with an index of 33.49%. The results of the leverage analysis show 29 sensitive attributes are an influential key factor in sustainability.</p> 2023-05-22T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 HABITAT Financial Literacy and Its Impact on the Income Level of Chili Farmers in Rural Indonesia 2023-01-19T07:47:04+00:00 Yudo Sekti Gigih Syafrial Hery Toiba Dwi Retnoningsih <p>The financial literacy level determines the economic condition of every social stratum. In other words, when farmers experience failure in regulating their economic activities, it is most likely due to their low financial literacy level. The study aims to identify the financial literacy level of chilli farmers in Rural Areas, analyze the factors that influence the financial literacy level, and analyze the impact of financial literacy on increasing the income of chilli farmers in Rural Areas. This study uses <em>Propensity Score Matching</em> (PSM) method to analyze the impact of financial literacy. The results of the study provide information that (1) The majority of chilli farmers' financial literacy in Rural Areas is at a high level with 65% of the total respondent, (2) The existence of financial literacy in Rural Areas has a positive impact on increasing the income of chilli farmers with a comparison that farmers at high literacy levels have higher incomes of Rp. 65,384,503 compared to farmers who have low literacy levels, and (3) The results of the analysis of factors that influence financial literacy state that the factors of age, education level, land area, land status, farming experience, and family responsibilities have a relationship with financial literacy, but the gender factor cannot be identified statistically.</p> 2023-05-22T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 HABITAT Sustainable Business Performance for Local Business Development: Evidence from Indonesia Coffee Shops 2023-01-12T04:22:24+00:00 Anisa Aprilia Fitrotul Laili Putri Budi Setyowati Adella Rania Salsabilah Ivonia Indah Armasari <p>Drawing on the concept of sustainable business performance, this study proposes a research model to investigate how variables such as digital organizational culture, organizational learning culture, ethical sensitivity, and access to finance contribute to the formation of a business performance model that is expected to contribute to long-term business performance in local industries dominated by coffee shops. The measure of sustainable business performance is the performance of economic, social, and environmental factors. The PLS-SEM approach was utilized to estimate this investigation's sustainable business performance model. The study examined 111 coffee shop owners, managers, and employees, selected based on their present position within the company, using a questionnaire distributed between July and November 2021. Several factors, including the organizational learning culture, the digital organizational culture, ethical awareness, and financial access, significantly influence the long-term financial performance of the coffee shop's business. This study contributes to the existing theory and the existing body of literature on topics such as the importance of ethical awareness, access to finance, digital organizational culture, and organizational learning culture. To improve overall business performance, business owners, managers, and even employees should examine the role that sustainable company performance plays in the development of each human resource's talents.</p> 2023-05-22T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 HABITAT