Institutional Development of Muna Weaving Industry in Muna Regency, Indonesia
Keywords:Weaving Muna, Small and Medium Industries, Institutional
Muna weaving in Muna Regency is a local genius that has existed since the 14th century and has symbolic meaning. Muna weaving is produced on an industrial scale with simple technology and utilizes hereditary skills. The Muna weaving industry is only available in two sub-districts, namely Kontunaga Lohia, with 610 people. The purpose of the research is to find out the institutional role of small and medium industries in the development of Muna weaving. The research was conducted using a qualitatively analyzed survey method with an interactive model, then a validity test with a triangulation technique. The results showed Muna weaving production is formal and non-formal. The non-formal weaving industry has a more significant number of workers than the legal industry. The role of institutions in the industry obtains government guidance to show the increase in institutional capacity at individuals, organizations, and operational systems. At the same time, it impacts improving innovation, optimizing organizational management, partners, community economy, and cultural preservation of Muna people. The conclusion was that Muna weaving small medium industry experienced a touch of professional institutional. A conducive working climate was formed, and the number of businesses continued to develop.
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