Duminda Kuruppuarachchi is an academic attached to the Department of Decision Sciences, Faculty of Management Studies & Commerce, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Sri Lanka (LK). He is currently working as a senior lecturer in Econometrics, Statistics, Financial Mathematics, and Quality Management. Duminda also supervises both undergraduate and post graduate research students. Apart from his lecturing and research supervisions, he conducts lectures and provide consultancy in quantitative data analysis using SPSS, STATA, Eviews and Matlab.
Duminda has successfully completed his PhD in Econometrics (University of Otago, New Zealand), MBA in Management of Technology, (University of Moratuwa, LK), and Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management from the University of Colombo, LK. He has obtained his first degree, B.Sc (special) in Statistics from the University of Sri Jayewardenepura. Duminda is also qualified with BCS (UK) Diploma in Information Technology.
He has already published number of research papers including A* and A (ABDC ranking) journals, and presented his work at various national and international conferences including the World Finance Conference. He also contributes to research conferences by reviewing and as a referee of journals such as Journal of Asia Business Studies. His areas of research interests are Empirical Finance, Statistical Quality Control, Six Sigma, and Quality Management.
- Drivers of Innovation Performance of the Sri Lankan Software Development Industry
- Stock market's response to real output shocks in Eastern European frontier markets: A VARwAL model
- The Impact of Strategic Purchasing on Purchasing Performance in Sri Lankan Apparel Industry Mediating Roles of Supplier Involvement and Development
- A Conceptual Framework to test the Impact of R&D, Knowledge Management, and Market Orientation on Innovation Performance
- Impact of the Global Financial Crisis on the Sri Lankan Stock Market Interaction with Neighbouring Countries
- The Role of Sri Lankan Stock Market in the Asian Region