DYNAMIC SYSTEM OF INDONESIAN HALAL MEAT INDUSTRY: SUSTAINABLE SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT PERSPECTIVE
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The aims of this research are to create the dynamic model and develop policy scenarios for halal meat supply chain management. This research is a combination of exploratory, descriptive and causal research which are indeed a combination of secondary data analysis, interrelationship studies and experiment. The data used in this research is secondary data “time series”. The analysis of data applies dynamic model simulations. The basic system of halal meat supply chain is composed of the main subjects; breeders, farmers, halal meat processor or abattoir and consumers whether individuals or household as well as industry. Based on aggregate, Indonesian halal meat supply chain has a surplus, but by category then there is a deficit of halal meat of ruminants, especially the breed of beef that should be encourage in order to meet the needs of domestic beef. The best scenario policy with the success indicators is increasing of cattle population growth to 10% per year.