THE INSTITUTE OF POLICY STUDIES OF SRI LANKA 

The Institute of Policy Studies of Sri Lanka (IPS) is an autonomous institution that aims to promote policy-oriented economic research and to strengthen the capacity for medium-term policy analysis in Sri Lanka.  Its mission is to contribute to the socio-economic development of the country through informed, independent, and high quality research that seeks to influence the policy process.  With over two decades of substantial research expertise, IPS has emerged as a regional centre of excellence and the most influential think tank in Sri Lanka.

LATEST IPS NEWSunderline

International Conference on “Human Capital, Food Security and Economic Development in South Asia”, Hotel Galadari

11 – 12th January 2017

 

Seminar on ‘Integrating Climate and Natural Resource Management into the Budget Process’,IPS Conference Room

21 December 2016

 

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IPS in collaboration with the Centre of Development Economics and Sustainability (CDES), and the South Asia Research Network (SARN), Monash University, Australia, organized a conference on “Human Capital, Food Security and Economic Development in South Asia” from 11-12th  January, 2017 in Colombo.

 

 

Dr. Paul Steel, Chief Economist at the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) spoke on “Integrating Climate and Natural Resource Management into the Budget Process” at an IPS In-house Seminar.

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Income Security for Older Persons in Sri Lanka

Drafted by IPS Researchers Shanika Samarakoon and Nisha Arunatilake with re [ ... ]

Country Study Report on Sri Lanka - Tax Policy and Enterprise Development in South Asia

The study highlights that the taxation of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) pr [ ... ]

Manufacturing Progress? Employment Creation in Sri Lanka

This study aims to explain the employment progress achieved in Sri Lanka from 19 [ ... ]

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