Regional Government Policy Innovation in Developing The Coffee Cluster

(Case Study of Coffee Cluster Development in Bondowoso Regency, 2013-2018)

  • Royin Fauziah Public Relations Department in BAWASLU (Election Supervisor Committee) of East Java Province
  • Selfie Budi Helpiastuti Universitas Jember
  • Pairan Pairan Universitas Jember


Bondowoso Regency is one of the districts that has superior commodities in the coffee cluster development sector which can support the acceleration of development in the economic sector. The purpose of this study is to describe and analyze the policy innovation of the Bondowoso Regency Government in developing coffee clusters in 2013-2018. The method in this research is descriptive qualitative with purposive sampling, primary data sources from 7 informants, namely: Regent of Bondowoso 2 Period 2008-2018, DPRD Commission II, Head of Perum Perhutani Administration, Chairman of the Indonesian Coffee Farmers Association, Head of Forestry and Plantation Service, Office of Cooperatives, Department of Tourism and Sports, Exporters or buyers of coffee and coffee farmers. In secondary data, it is obtained from documentation and literature review in Bondowoso district. The results showed that the innovation of the Bondowoso Regency government in developing the people's coffee cluster that was created in the 2013-2018 period can be said to be new but very effective, because it creates synergy between the people's coffee farmers and government agencies. These various appointed government agencies carried out various strategies that were applied in the fields of planting, harvesting and post-harvest to marketing coffee, until it create the Bondowoso Republik Kopi and the success of Ijen-Raung Coffee to get a Geographical Index certificate, etc.

Keywords: Innovation; Policy; Coffee Cluster

How to Cite
FAUZIAH, Royin; HELPIASTUTI, Selfie Budi; PAIRAN, Pairan. Regional Government Policy Innovation in Developing The Coffee Cluster. Regional Dynamic: Journal of Policy and Business Science, [S.l.], v. 1, n. 2, p. 67-75, apr. 2021. ISSN 2722-9343. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 28 may 2024. doi:

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