Recent Articles

A Temporary Salve: Implications of an Oil Bear Market on the Sri Lankan Economy

Sri Lanka’s petroleum imports are rising at an alarming rate. This article by Vishvanathan Subramaniam examines recent trends in global oil markets and analyzes corresponding impacts on Sri Lanka’s economy. It suggests that

Sri Lanka’s New Regionalism: Looking beyond South Asia

Sri Lanka occupies a pivotal position as a strategic asset to both India and China, and despite its role as a pioneer of SAARC, the country is increasingly turning towards broader engagement with East Asia. This blog examines

Path to Skills Development: Helping Sri Lankan Youth Navigate the Hurdle of O-Level

Ordinary Level (O-Level) Examinations are a hurdle that almost all youngsters in Sri Lanka face. While some pass with flying colors, some are not as fortunate and poor performance at this milestone examination puts a stop to

Regulating Microinsurance in Sri Lanka: Striking a Balance

Although microinsurance is considered a tool for addressing gaps in insurance coverage and a means of improving social safety nets in the country, the absence of a clear focus on microinsurance within insurance legislation