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Industrial Accumulation in Sri Lanka: Impact of Policy Shifts

Navaratna dissanayake Samarawickreme (Author)
Synopsis Sri Lanka has been struggling to become an industrial nation over the last half century. State capital, domestic private capital and foreign capital have played different roles individually, each in their own way. There was no collectivity among them for achieving the common national objective. In countries, which were successful in achieving their national objectives, the above tripod seems to have performed as an alliance in achieving the common goal. Sri Lanka has every potential for industrial development. What it requires is the collective action of the above factors. The non-economic elements become hostile to private industrial investment by disturbing the business climate. Sri Lanka has to promote a favourable investment climate, which is a sine qua non for fast industrial development. This book describes the ups and downs of the industrial path of Sri Lanka over the last half century paying special attention to policy shifts and their consequences.
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About the author

Navaratna dissanayake Samarawickreme

N.D. Samarawickreme is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Economics and Statistics, University of Peradeniya. he has served as a consultant to a few foreign projects sponsored by IDRC-Canada, World Bank and the ADB.

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Bibliographic information

Title Industrial Accumulation in Sri Lanka: Impact of Policy Shifts
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8121208556
length 326p., Tables; Figures; Notes; Appendices; Bibliography; Index; 23cm.