Ms. Sasini Kulatunga

Ms. Sasini Kulatunga

Lecturer

Lecturer

MA , BA Honours (Colombo)

Email: sasini@econ.cmb.ac.lk
Telephone: +94 112158472, +94 112582666

 

Current Teachings

  • Financial Economics
  • Issues in Development
  • International Economics

 

Research Interests

  • Gender & Feminist economics
  • Post conflict development
  • Financial Markets
  • Poverty and inequality
  • Economics of Conflict

 

Publications

Publications

  • Gunaruwan, T L and Kulatunga S T K, “Economics of Language Usage and the Impact of Value Origination”, RASSL Journal ,2013
  • Kulatunga, S. T. K. and R. W. D. Lakshman (forthcoming), “Responding to security threats: Livelihoods under protracted conflict”, Disasters

Working Papers

Other

  • Kulatunga, S. T. K. and S. De Mel (2007), “Labor migration in Sri Lanka”, Institute of Charted Accountants, Vol.42, No.3, p.2

Published Abstracts & Conference Papers

  • Gunaruwan, T L and Kulatunga S T K, “Economics of Language Usage and the Impact of Value Origination”,  Annula Sessions of the Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka, March 2012.
  • Gunaruwan T L, Kulatunga S T K and Nuwan Indika M G,“සිංහල මව්බස ඉගෙනීම කෙරෙහි වෙළෙඳපොළ සාධකයන්හි බලපෑම”,  presented at the Annual Research Symposium organised by the Department of Sinhala in October 2011.
  • Kulatunga, S. T. K.”Understanding statification: the case of war widow headed households in the Eastern province of Sri Lanka”, 2011 Annual conference of International Association for Feminist Economics (IAFFE), held in China. [fully funded by IAFFE]
  • Kulatunga, S. T. K., and R. W. D. Lakshman, “Gendering livelihoods in protracted conflicts”, 2010 Annual conference of International Association for Feminist Economics (IAFFE), [fully funded by IAFFE]
  • Kulatunga, S. T. K., 2010, “Unequal societies:A misplaced dimension of protracted conflict”, Annual Research Proceedings, University of Colombo.
  • Kulatunga, S. T. K., and R. W. D. Lakshman (2010), “Long term realities of Forced Migration”, International conference: ‘Forced Migration: Challenges and Change’ , Canadian Association for Refugee and Forced Migration Studies (CARFMS), Centre for Refugee Studies, York University, held in McMaster University, Canada [funded by CARFMS]
  • Kulatunga, S. T. K., and R. W. D. Lakshman (2009), “Responding to protection threats: Livelihoods under protracted conflict”, International Conference: ‘Protecting People in Conflict and Crisis: Responding to the Challenges of a Changing World’  Refugee Studies Centre (RSC), University of Oxford, Oxford, UK. [funded by RSC]
  • Kulathunga, S. T. K. (2007) “Sri Lankan Economy in the context of protracted civil war”, International Conference: Power democracy and conflict in Indonesia and Sri Lanka,  University of Oslo, Held in Malaysia.