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Unlocking the Potential of Data: A case study - Data dissemination practices in Sri Lanka Customs (Presentation)
Successful economies have increasingly recognised the importance of improving access to data collected by governments. Accurate, timely and easily accessible data helps private sector growth and results in improved delivery ...
Financing Infrastructure: The (Non) Concessionality of Concessional Loans
Sri Lanka is highly dependent on international loans from multilateral and bilateral sources to finance infrastructure development. Multilateral and bilateral borrowing is often favoured by governments such as Sri Lanka ...
Post-Covid19: Can the Sri Lankan apparel sector benefit from US-China decoupling? A statistical analysis
(National Science Foundation, Sri Lanka, 2021)
The “US-China decoupling” has received much attention with the deterioration of US-China diplomatic and economic ties under the Trump administration. US firms seeking to reduce their reliance on China offers an economic ...
Opening up Trade Data: The Benefits to Sri Lanka
(Colombo: Verité Research, 2020-06)
International trade data are the foundational basis when formulating trade policies and assessing their impacts. Trade data is vital for firms engaging in international trade to make sound business decisions. Unfortunately, ...
Navigating Sri Lanka's Debt: Better reporting can help – a case study on China debt = ශ්රී ලංකාවේ ණය කළමනාකරණයට නිවැරදි වාර්තාකරණයේ වැදගත්කම – චීන ණය පිළිබඳ සිද්ධි අධ්යයනයක්
(Colombo: Verité Research, 2021-02)
The published information on debt underestimates Sri Lanka’s overall external public debt burden and its distribution amongst external lenders. This problem arises because Sri Lanka’s reporting of external debt is limited ...
W(h)ither environmental governance? - Limited access to information undermines meaningful public participation in development projects (Research Brief)
(Colombo: Verite Research, 2021-06)
There is a surge in public agitation against environmental destruction caused by ongoing development projects in Sri Lanka. The surfacing of environmental issues after construction has commenced is highly problematic for ...