Journal Articles

  1. Gunasekara, S. (2020), "A Tale of Two Gases: Natural Gas as a Gateway for Hydrogen in India." 9DashLine.
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  2. Gunasekara, S., "LNG Bunkering after COVID-19." LNG Industry, August 2020 (pending publication)

  3. Jayatilaka, D., K. Amirthlingam, R. W. D. Lakshman, A. Ekanayake, R. Laan (Forthcoming), ‘Displacement, Relocation and Resettlement in Sri Lanka: Changes in Well-Being and Happiness’, xx

  4. Ekanayake, E.M.A and K. Amirthalinagam (2020) Impact of Migration of Sri Lankan Professionals to Qatar on Skill Acquisition and Brain Drain, Migration and Development
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  5. Gamage, S (2020), ’Migration, identity, and television audiences: Sri Lankan women’s soap opera clubs and diasporic life in Melbourne’, Media International Australia, vol. 176, no. 1, pp. 93-106.
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  6. Wilding, R, Gamage, S, Worrel, S, Mohamud, S and Baldassar, L (2020), ’Digital media and the affective economies of transnational families’, International Journal of Cultural Studies, vol. 23, no. 5, pp. 639-655.
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  7. Ziegenfuss, J. M. and S. Gunasekera (2020), "Will COVID Crimp LNG as Bunker Fuel?", LNG Industry
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  8. Jayasinghe, M. (2019). Dynamic Trends in Household Poverty and Inequality in Sri Lanka: Do Gender and Ethnicity Matter? Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy, Vol.24, No.2, 208-223.
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  9. Jayasinghe, M., E. A. Selvanathan and S. Selvanathan (2019). An Intertemporal Analysis of Expenditure Elasticities Under Three Expenditure Specifications for Sri Lanka. Applied Economics, Vol.51, No.59, 6376-6392
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  10. te Lintelo, D. J. H., T. Munslow, K. Pittore and R. Lakshman (2019) “Process Tracing the Policy Impact of ‘Indicators’”, The European Journal of Development Research
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  11. Gamage, S. R., (2018), Soap operas, women, and the nation: Sri Lankan women’s interpretations of home-grown mega teledramas, Feminist Media Studies, Volume 18, 873-887
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  12. Gunasekara, S., "India and Japan: Cooperation for a More Energy-Secure Indo-Pacific." Building Bridges for Future Cooperation: Reflections of Japan’s Energy Policy and Security. February 2018. The Edwin O. Reischauer Center for East Asian Studies.

  13. Jayasinghe, M., S. Ratnasiri, C. Smith and A. Chai (2018). Domestic Technology, Consumption Economies of Scale, and Poverty: Evidence from Sri Lanka. Applied Economics, Vol.50, No.16, 1777-1789.
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  14. te Lintelo, D. J. H., J. Gupte, J. A. McGregor, R. Lakshman, F. Jahan (2018) "Wellbeing and urban governance: Who fails, survives or thrives in informal settlements in Bangladeshi cities?", Cities, 72 (Part B), pp. 391-402.
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  15. Cirera, X and R. W. D. Lakshman (2017) "The Impact of Export Processing Zones on Employment, Wages and Labour Conditions in Developing Countries", Journal of Development Effectiveness. 9(3), pp. 344-360.
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  16. Gunasekara, S., "Sri Lanka Suffers from China’s Indian Ocean Strategy." Asia Pacific Bulletin, No 372. February 2017. East-West Center.
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  17. Herath, D., R. W. D. Lakshman, and A. Ekanayake (2017) "Urban Resettlement in Colombo from a Wellbeing Perspective: Does Development-Forced Resettlement Lead to Improved Wellbeing?" Journal of Refugee Studies, 30(4), pp. 554-579.
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  18. Jayasinghe, M., A. Chai, S. Ratnasiri and Smith, C. (2017). The Power of the Vegetable Patch. Food Policy, Vol.73, 62-74.
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  19. Lakshman, I. M., A. Ekanayaka and R. W. D. Lakshman (2017) "Going to School from a Relocated Urban Community Struggling for Education within Imposed Walls", Migration and Development. 6(2), pp. 198-214.
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  20. Withers, M. (2017). Accumulation by Subordination: Migration-Underdevelopment in the Open Economy. Polity. 7 (2).

  21. Godamunne, N. (2016) "Can social protection build state legitimacy? Perspectives from post war Sri Lanka", Journal of International Relations and Diplomacy, 4(11), 703-717.
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  22. Jayasinghe, M., C. Smith, A. Chai and S. Ratnasiri (2016). The implications of income dependent equivalence scales for measuring poverty in Sri Lanka. International Journal of Social Economics, Vol.43, No.12, 1-17.
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  23. Amirthalingam, K. and R. W. D. Lakshman, (2015) "Impact of Internal Displacement on Agricultural Livelihoods: Evidence from Sampur, Sri Lanka", Migration and Development, 4(1), pp. 143-162.
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  24. Godamunne, N. (2015) "Development for whom? Re imagining Urban development in Colombo, Sri Lanka" in Journal of Urban Regeneration, 8(2), pp. 186-192.
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  25. Gunasekara, S., "A Look into what just happened in Sri Lanka #PresPollSL." January 2015. South Asia Journal.
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  26. te Lintelo, D., and R. W. D. Lakshman (2015), "Equate and Conflate: Political Commitment to Hunger and Undernutrition Reduction in Five High-Burden.", World Development, 76, pp. 280-292.
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  27. te Lintelo, D., L. Haddad, J. Leavy and R. W. D. Lakshman (2014) "Measuring the Commitment to Reduce Hunger: A Hunger Reduction Commitment Index", Food Policy, 44, pp. 115-128.
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  28. Amirthalingam, K. and R. W. D. Lakshman (2013), "Impact of Displacement on Women and Female-headed Households: A Mixed Method Analysis with a Microeconomic Touch", Journal of Refugee Studies. 26(1), pp. 26-46.
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  29. Cirera, X., D. Willenbockel and R. W. D. Lakshman (2013), "Evidence on the Impact of Tariff Reductions on Employment in Developing Countries: A Systematic Review", Journal of Economic Surveys, 28(3), pp. 449-471.
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  30. Godamunne, N (2013), "Development and Displacement: The National Involuntary Resettlement Policy (NIRP) in Practice", Sri Lanka Journal of Social Sciences, 35/36 (1&2), pp 37-50.
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  31. Kulathunga, S. T. K. and R. W. D. Lakshman (2013), "Responding to security threats: Livelihoods under protracted conflict", Disasters, 37(4), pp. 604−626.
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  32. Amirthalingam, K. and R. W. D. Lakshman (2012), "Impact of Displacement on Women and Female-headed Households: A Mixed Method Analysis with a Microeconomic Touch", Journal of Refugee Studies, 26(1), 26-46.
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  33. Lakshman, R. W. D. and M. S. Jayasinghe (2011) "Livelihood development with a gender perspective: A case study from Sri Lanka", Sri Lanka Economic Journal, 12 (1&2), pp. 82-116.
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  34. Perera, S. and A. Jampaklay (2011), "International migration and children left behind: Impacts on children’s school enrolment in Sri Lanka", Sri Lanka Journal of Population Studies, Volume 12-13: 81-100.
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  35. Amirthalingam, K. (2010) Indirect Taxation In Sri Lanka: The Development Challenge, Economic Review, 36 (7 and 8): 11-15, Oct/Nov, Peoples Bank Sri Lanka

  36. Amirthalingam, K. and R. W. D. Lakshman (2010) "Financing of Internal Displacement: Excerpts from the Sri Lankan Experience", Disasters: The Journal of Disaster Studies, Policy and Management, 34(2), pp. 402-425.
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  37. Santhirasekaram, S. and K. Amirthalingam (2010), "Direct and Indirect Effects of Conflicts, Violence and War on Economic Growth in Sri Lanka", Sri Lanka Economic Journal, 11(1), pp. 31-60.

  38. Amirthalingam, K., and Lakshman, R. W. D. (2009). Displaced Livelihoods in Sri Lanka: An Economic Analysis. Journal of Refugee Studies, 22(4), 502–524.
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  39. Jayasinghe, M. (2009), "Development Issues, Contradiction and Policy Options", Sri Lanka Economic Journal, Vol.9, No. 2, New Series, pp. 143-149.

  40. Amirthalingam, K. (2008) "Economic Liberalisation and its Impact on the Manufacturing Industry In Sri Lanka", Sri Lanka Economic Journal, 9(2), pp. 31-52.

  41. Amirthalingam, K. (2008) "Social Development, Economic Growth and the Liberalization in Sri Lanka", Sri Lanka Economic Journal, 8(2), pp. 1-20.

  42. Lakshman, R. W. D. (2008) "Regional Coordination of Development Projects in Sri Lanka: A Case Study", Sri Lanka Economic Journal, 8(2), pp.21-46.
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  43. Perera, S. (2008), "International contract migration in Sri Lanka: Dynamics issues and policy implications", Sri Lanka Journal of Population Studies, Vol. 10: 40-56.

  44. Henry, O, N. Olekalns, and R. W. D. Lakshman (2007) "Identifying Interdependencies between Southeast Asian Stock Markets: A non-linear approach", Australian Economic Papers, 46(2), pp.122-135.
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  45. de Silva, W. I. and S. Perera (2007), "Trends and determinants of migration in Sri Lanka", Economic Review , Vol.33 (4-9).
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  46. Jayatilaka, D. and R. Muggah (2004) Where there is no information: conducting IDP vulnerability assessments in Sri Lanka’s ’borderlands’, Forced Migration Review, Oxford.
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  47. Muggah, R. and D. Jayatilaka (2004) Where there is no information: IDP vulnerability in Sri Lanka’s ’uncleared’ areas, Humanitarian Practice Network, Overseas Development Institute, London.
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  48. Jayatilaka, D. (2003) Obstacles to Implementing the Guiding Principles in Sri Lanka, Researching Internal Displacement, Forced Migration Review, Oxford, 2003
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