Research Interests : Primary Fields : Monetary Economics, Macroeconomics and Time Series Econometrics Secondary Fields : International Finance, Financial Economics, Economic Growth
> Publications 1. Stanishevska, T. and Manamperi, N. (2018). "Refugee Crisis and its effect on crime trends in Germany", The Empirical Economic Letters, vol. 17, issue 8. 2. Manamperi, N. (2016). "Does Military Expenditure Hinder Economic Growth: Evidence from Greece and Turkey", Journal of Policy Modeling, vol. 38, issue 6, pages 1171 - 1193. 3. Manamperi, N. (2016). "The Dynamics between Government Debt and Economic Growth in South Asia : A Time Series Approach", The Empirical Economic Letters, Vol. 15, issue 9. 4. Manamperi, N. (2015). "A Comparative Analysis on US Financial Stress Indicators", Journal of Economics and Financial Issues, Volume:5 (2), Page 613 - 623. 5. Manamperi, N. (2014). " The Short and Long Run Dynamics between Inflation and Economic Growth in BRICS", Applied Economic Letters, Volume:21 (2), Page 140 - 145. > Working Papers "Do BRIC Countries respond to Financial Stress in their Monetary Policy Settings - A Time Varying Policy Analysis" "The Dynamics between Government Debt and Economic Growth in South Asia : A Time Series Approach" " A Living Standard Based Grouping System for Divisional Secretary's divisions in Western Province in Sri Lanka - A Factor Analysis" > Work In Progress "The effects of individual Fiscal policy changes in European Member Countries on the European Bank Monetary Policy Settings" " Military Expenditure, Economic Growth and Recession - NATO Country Experience" with Daniel Kidane and Hsin-ta Tsai " Financial Development and Economic Growth in BRICS" with Artratana Ratha " Mobile Usage effect on Economic Growth" " Effect of Military Expenditure on Economic Growth in BRICS" "How does the Advanced Country Fiscal Policy react to Banking, Stock and Exchange Market Stresses? - A VAR Analysis" "A Time varying Monetary Policy Analysis for Sri Lanka - Evidence from three Decades" "Does Sri Lanka responds to Exchange market stress in its Monetary Policy - A Time Varying Policy Analysis"