Financial Literacy and Education: Determining the Target group for Financial Education. International Conference on Education and E-Learning (ICEEL 2017) . 2017.
Preference and Choice for Micro Pension Scheme: Evidence from Estate Sector in Sri Lanka. International Journal of Development Research. 2017;7(2):11646-11654.
Determinants of Dropouts from Voluntary Pension Scheme: Evidence from Sri Lanka. International Journal of Business and Management Society. 2016;1(1):10-22.
Entrepreneurial Skills and Farming Performance: Implications for improving banana farming in Sri Lanka. International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences. 2016;7(1):14-26.
Factors Influencing Tax Payers’ Compliance among Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Sri Lanka. International Conference of Japanese Graduates’ Alumni Association of Sri Lanka- (IC- JAGAAS 2016) . 2016:32-35.
Inclusive Insurance Sector:An Innovative Business Model for Micro-Insurance Delivery in Sri Lanka. Journal of Asian Business Strategy. 2016;6(1):1-12.
Readiness to Retirement Planning of Estate Sector Employees in Sri Lanka. International Journal of Current Research. 2016;8(8):36516-36523.
Agricultural Insurance: Issues and Innovation. In: Policy Issues and Development . Colombo: , Stamford Lake Publication, Sri Lanka; 2015.
Determination of Financial Risk Tolerance among Different Household Sectors in Sri Lanka. International Research Conference on Humanities and Social Sciences, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences- 2015. 2015:184.
Index-Based Microinsurance for Paddy Sector in Sri Lanka: An Evaluation of Demand Behavior, in International Seminar on Skills Development for the Emerging New Dynamism in Asian Developing Countries under Globalization , The Third International Seminar of the Academic Network for Development in Asia (ANDA). Nagoya, Japan: Nagoya University, Japan; 2011.
Demand for Agricultural Microinsurance in Sri Lanka. Annual Research Journal of SLSAJ. 2011;11:76-83.
Prospective Demand for an Index-Based Microinsurance in Sri Lanka. Asia-Pacific Journal of Social Sciences. 2011;iii(ii):1-31.Abstract
The objective of this study is to examine farmers‟ willingness to pay for an index based microinsurance scheme (IBMS) for paddy crops to protect against production loss caused by natural disasters in Sri Lanka and to assess product preferences for this IBMS. The contingent valuation method (CV) was used to elicit the willingness to pay for the hypothetical IBMS. For product preferences, a conjoint analysis was conducted to study their relative importance and to discover the relationships between different attributes and the characteristics of the respondents. The results show that the interest in joining IBMS is 88% (SD=2.4%) overall. When willingness to pay is assessed, it is found that most potential purchasers would prefer a higher level than that offered by the existing conventional insurance plan. The results of the preference analyses demonstrate that for IBMS products can be adapted for specific locations in order to maintain demand. These findings provide strong support for launching IBMS in Sri Lanka.
A Survey of Natural Disaster Risks and Risk Management Strategies: Evidence from the Sri Lankan Paddy Sector. Research Paper Publication Series, Fuji Xerox Setsutaro Kobayashi Memorial . 2010.
Liquidity Preference in Sri Lanka: An Econometrics Investigation. GRIPS Graduate Forum- Applied Econometrics. 2009.
Public-Private Partnership for Development- Problem and Issues: Special Reference to Power Generation Sector in Sri Lanka. GRIPS Graduate Forum- Public Expenditure Management . 2009.
Sustainability, Ownership and Participation for Development Projects. GRIPS Graduate Forum- Development Project Management. 2009.