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

Stakeholder Meeting on Demand for Climate Insurance by Dry Zone Farmers in Sri Lanka – IPS Conference Room

September 13, 2016

 

International Seminar for Young Scholars on Economic Development Issues - Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing

August 18 – 20, 2016

 

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IPS Research Economist, Kanchana Wickramasinghe shared the findings of the IPS study on Demand for Climate Insurance by Dry Zone Farmers in Sri Lanka, funded by the Global Development Network (GDN), at a stakeholder meeting, held at the IPS Conference Room.  

 

 

IPS Research Assistant, Chantal Sirisena attended a month-long seminar at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences where she presented Sri Lanka’s progress on infrastructure development and relationship with China’s One Belt One Road Initiative, held in Beijing during 18th – 20th August.

RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTSunderline

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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