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How Disability-Inclusive is Education in Sri Lanka? A Preliminary Look

Children with disabilities are often excluded from educational opportunities, and are overlooked when it comes to school completion and learning outcomes. Sri Lanka’s latest Population Census indicates that around 2% of

Do Not Bite Off More than You Can Chew: Single Window Implementation Process in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka’s National Single Window (NSW), when implemented, will allow businesses to lodge information and documents with a single entry point, to fulfil all import, export, and transit-related regulatory requirements.

Chickens, Turkeys, and Tariffs – A First Attempt at Measuring Border Tax Evasion in Sri Lanka

Although tax evasion by individuals and corporates has been recognised as a burning issue, especially in the context of Sri Lanka trying to increase its direct tax take, there is little empirical work on tax evasion for

Weathering the Storm: Improving Disaster Resilience of Rural Workers in Sri Lanka

Climate change and related vagaries of weather have increased the vulnerability of the Sri Lankan population to natural disasters. Rural households and livelihoods are more affected by such calamities, which increases the