Research Interests : Primary Fields : Monetary Economics, Macroeconomics and Time Series Econometrics Secondary Fields : International Finance, Financial Economics, Economic Growth
> Publications 1. 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. 2. 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. 3. Manamperi, N. (2015). "A Comparative Analysis on US Financial Stress Indicators", Journal of Economics and Financial Issues, Volume:5 (2), Page 613 - 623. 4. 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"