More IPS Research Made Available For Free Download: SOE 2011 and 2012 Policy Briefs
In our effort to expand the knowledge on socio-economic policy issues in Sri Lanka and enable greater access to IPS research, we are pleased to announce that the Policy Briefs of the 2011 and 2012 editions of the IPS annual flagship publication ‘Sri Lanka: State of the Economy’ (SOE) are available for free download. Now you can easily read online or download the e-version of these publications, which were earlier available only in print version, for sale at the IPS and leading bookstores.
Together with our earlier release of Policy Briefs from 2005-2010, the IPS has made available close to 500 pages of economic analysis, policy discussion and insightful commentary for free download and sharing. This collection of independent analysis would be invaluable resource material for economists, researchers, public and private sector officials, students interested in socio-economic issues, country analysts, foreign and domestic investment advisory firms, foreign diplomatic missions, local and international development agencies and development practitioners. It would also provide an interesting and informative historical backdrop against which the current scenario on each of these areas can be explored and debated.
The following Policy Briefs of the SOE 2011 and 2012 are now freely available to read or to download. Click on the title to go to the PDF version of the documents (via Scribd).
Sri Lanka: State of the Economy 2012 – ‘Keeping Sri Lanka on the Growth Expressway’
- Supporting Growth through Enhanced Foreign Direct Investment
- Migration and Development
- Looking Beneath Global Rankings and Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka: State of the Economy 2011 – ‘Post-conflict Growth: Making it Inclusive’
- Strategic Remedies for Rising Food Prices
- Accessibility and Affordability in the Power Sector
- Natural Disasters, Climate Change and Inclusive Growth
- Social Determinants of Health
- A Rational Drug Policy: An Imperative of ‘Health for All’
- Driving Infrastructure Developments for Inclusive Growth
- Developing Tourism for Inclusive Growth
We have arranged the full set of Policy Briefs from 2005 to 2012 into one comprehensive and searchable collection on Scribd, which you can access here.