Traditional Market Presence in Retail Trade Crush

Kajagi Kalman, Aminuddin Ilmar, Ahmadi Miru, Juajir Sumardi


Economic activity regardless of the market is basically concerned with the advantage of economic actors of the market. It is very difficult to find economic welfare if it is seen from the existing market mechanisms. Welfare is one aspects that is quite important to maintain and foster the social and economic stability. These conditions are also necessary to minimize social tension in society. The market mechanism is vital to embody the economic welfare. The problem arises is how to fulfill it due to externalities and public goods factors that should be considered. The externalities factors will bring two effects – both positive and negative impacts. The externalities is one indicators of the existence of competitive of traditional market in retail trade crush. The existence of traditional markets as an asset of the nation which is the economic base of the people and institutions of social security as well as the institution endurance cultural can only exist amid the splendor of the retail trade. It will exist if there is concern for the government and the local government, both in the form of policies and concrete actions to protect the existence of  the traditional markets. The traditional market management policies must be based on alignments to the public under both merchants, consumers, and community members of other market users. Construction of the traditional markets must consider factors favorable to the market and should be managed professionally with good management.
Keywords: Presence Traditional Market; Retail Trade; Crush.

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