Harini Weerasekera is a Research Assistant at the Institute of Policy Studies of Sri Lanka with research interests in the areas of Macroeconomic policy and planning, Labor and migration, and Econometrics and economic modeling.  She holds a BSc in Economics from University of London International Programmes and a BA in Economics from University of Colombo, with First Class Honors. She also graduated with an MSc in Economics from the University of Warwick where she authored a thesis on border tax evasion in Sri Lanka.


Panel Discussion on “Skilled Labor Migration and its Impact on the Local Community”

At the SDG Media Zone – Peace Expo 2017

Organized by the Ministry of National Integration and Reconciliation in collaboration with the Road to Rights and UN SDG Action Campaign

Harini Weerasekera

10 December 2017

Independence Square premises


Recruitment Intermediaries in the Foreign Employment Industry – Sri Lanka, Bilesha Weeraratne and Harini Weerasekera (ongoing)

FDI Trends and Policy Implications, Kithmina Hewage and Harini Weerasekera (ongoing)

Changing Landscape of Development Finance in Post-Conflict Sri Lanka, Kithmina Hewage and Harini Weerasekera, 2018