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Mar

Provincial and sector household income growth in Sri Lanka

The Household Income and Expenditure Survey (HIES) 2012/2013 conducted by the Department of Census and Statistics covering a sample of 25,000 housing units across all 25 districts of the country provides interesting insights as to how income and expenditure at the household level...
22
Jun

Most common productivity killers in the workplace

What are the most common productivity kilers in the workplace? Data recently released by Pulp PR broke it down to four main things that today’s offices are unfortunately too full of. At Frontier Research we too have found ourselves grappling with these issues as we try to manage...
15
Jun

Sri Lanka’s economy in 2013 in positive rebalancing mode:Report

Despite a strong headline Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth in 2013, many Sri Lanka businesses serving domestic consumers experienced very subdued business conditions during the year. The reason as to why strong economic growth failed to translate into better business...
02
Sep

From the Washington Consensus to a Colombo Consensus?

Guest post by Abdul Halik Azeez, WB-SAES Youth Delegate from Sri Lanka (Azeez blogs at http://abdu.lk, Research Product Head, Frontier Research Sri Lanka) This morning Pakistani economist Akmal Hussein talked about how mainstream economics/capitalism teaches that inequality...
10
Jun

The Death and Disgrace of Sri Lanka’s Labour Movement

May Day rallies to me were a vague call back to communist absurdity, until I found out that the phenomenon actually started in America, and has more to do with the labour movement than communism. I’d always greeted it with appreciation; because like every Sri Lankan I appreciate...
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