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Prof. Sarath WSB Dasanayaka
Ph.D, Erasmus University of Rotterdam, NL, 1997
M.A (Economics), IISS of Erasmus University, Hague, NL, 1990
B.A (Econ-Special - Econometrics) (Hon’s), Pera, Cey, 1986

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Biography

Dr. SWSB Dasanayaka is currently working as Professor of Management of Technology for the Department of Management of Technology in the University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka and Visiting Professor for Othman Yeop Abdullah Graduate School of Business, University of Utara Malaysia, Malaysia and Affiliate Professor for CENTRUM, Lima, Peru. He earned his B.A. Economics four year special degree in Econometrics from Peradaniya University, Sri Lanka and Master degree (M.A.) from IISS of Erasmus University, Hague and PhD from Erasmus University of Rotterdam in the Netherlands in the areas of Industrial Economics. He obtained post-doctoral training on Technology Management from Sheffield University in the UK and Techno Entrepreneurship training from MIT extension training in IBA in Pakistan. He is a professional member in many international professional bodies and research networks. He has served for industry and academia over 28 years and carried-out many international professorial level academic and consultancy assignments for many countries. His industry experience started with Senior Trade Commissioner for British Trade and Diplomatic Service, UK (FCO/DTI UK government) by looking after Sri Lanka and Maldives markets and many Consultancy assignments for Asian Development Bank, JICA/JABIC and World Bank projects in Sri Lanka and Pakistan. He has authored 11 text books, published over 50 international indexed journal articles, over 12 book chapters and over 100 international conference papers and abstracts and many international consultancy and research reports. He has successfully supervised over 500 postgraduate students in many parts of the world. He also an editorial board member and reviewer for many high impact international  journals, PhD examiner, Resource person for many international reputed Universities and a key note speaker for many international conferences in South Asia.

 


Research Interests

  • Engineering, Business, Energy and Industrial Economics.
  • Economics aspects of Technology Management, Transfer, Innovation, Commercialization and Technology Policy.
  • SMEs and Entrepreneurship.
  • ICT and related socio and economics issues.
  • Transport and Maritime Economics.

Teaching

  • Undergraduate: Elements of Economics and Technology, Engineering Economics, Industrial Economics, Business Economics, SMEs and Entrepreneurship, Mathematical Economics, Econometrics,  Project Evaluation, Project management, Advanced Economic Theory, Economic Thought, Econometrics,  Micro and Macro Economics, international business and FX market.
  • Postgraduate (MBA, MA, MSc, MEng, MPhill, PhD): Business/Managerial Economics, International Economics, Project Appraisal, Urban Economics, Development Economics, Project Management, Business Statistics, Research Skills, Energy Economics, SMEs and Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship – Theory, Process and Practice, International Business, Business Research Methodology, Quantitative Techniques, Academic Writing and Advanced Quantitative Techniques.

Selected Publications

  • Books, Thesis and Monographs
    • Dasanayaka SWSB, Hand Book for Small and Medium Scale Enterprises in Sri Lanka,  ISBN 978-955-1229-94-8.
    • Dasanayaka SWSB, Case Studies on Small and Medium Scale Enterprises in South Asia with Special Emphasis on Sri Lanka,  ISBN 978-955-1229-88-7.
    • Dasanayaka SWSB, Introduction to Entrepreneurship with Short Case Studies, ISBN 978-955-1229-93-1.
    • Dasanayaka SWSB, Technology Issues in Selected Economic Sectors in Sri Lanka, ISBN 978-955-1229-91-7.
    • Dasanayaka SWSB, Health Sector Service Quality and Equipment Management in Sri Lanka, ISBN 978-955-1229-89-4.
    • Dasanayaka SWSB, Sri Lankan Case Studies on Energy and Carbon Trading, ISBN 978-955-1229-90-0.
    • Dasanayaka SWSB, Economic Analysis of Seaports and Generated Business Activities, A Study Based on Sri Lanka,  ISBN 978-955-1229-92-4.
    • Dasanayaka. SWSB (2000) A Literature Survey of Macro Econometric and CGE models in Sri Lanka,  Micro Impact of Macro Adjustment Policies (MIMAMP) Sri Lankan series No.5, Institute of Policy Studies, Colombo ISBN No: 955-9122-86-X.
    • Dasanayaka. SWSB (1997) Small service business enterprises in the maritime transport sector - A survey of shipping line agencies in Sri Lanka,  UC/ISS Working paper No.9703 in University of Colombo Sri Lanka, June 1997.
    • Dasanayaka. SWSB (1997) The Study of Internal Container Terminal in Sri Lanka, Working paper No.9702 in University of Colombo, Sri Lanka, July 1997.
    • Dasanayaka. SWSB (1997) Seaports and their generated business activities in transition - An examination based on the Colombo seaport in Sri Lanka, Part of the Ph.D thesis based book published in the Netherlands, 1997.
    • Dasanayaka SWSB (1990) Direct Foreign investment in Sri Lankan manufacturing sector and its impact on industrial employment and exports, MA research project submitted to IISS, Erasmus University in the Hague, Netherlands, 1990.
    • Dasanayaka SWSB (1986) Composition analysis of direct foreign investment in Sri Lankan manufacturing sector, Research project submitted to Dept. of Economics in the University of Peradaniya, Sri Lanka.

  • Book Chapters
    • Dasanayaka. S (2014) Contextual Overview of the Sri Lankan Small and Medium Scale Enterprises in Economic Issues in Sri Lanka, ed. by S. Vijaykumar, April 2014, Guru Publishers, Sri Lanka,  pp.1-39, ISBN No.978-955-50770-2-6.
    • Dasanayaka.SWSB and Sardana.GD (2014) Identification of Factors Affecting the Development of Small and Medium Scale Enterprises, a Case Study based on Bottled Water Industry in Sri Lanka in Strategic Initiatives for Competitive Advantage in the Knowledge Society eds. Sardana.GD and Thatchenkery.T, Bloomsbury Publishers in India, Jan. 2014 , pp.114- 130, ISBN: 978-93-82951-43-8
    • Dasanayaka.S (2013) Assessment of Innovative Business Opportunities to Serve for Aging Population in Sri Lanka, Why Entrepreneurs Silent? UUM Entrepreneurship Centre book. Editor: Dr. Chandrakantan a/l Subramaniam, CEDI, UUM, Malaysia.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2013) Entrepreneurial innovation and organizational culture: a case study based on Sri Lankan small and medium scale gift and decorative-ware sector, Editor: Dr. Chandrakantan a/l Subramaniam, CEDI, UUM, Malaysia.
    • Small and medium scale enterprises development through business incubators: a case of Sri Lanka, Editor: Dr. Chandrakantan a/l Subramaniam, CEDI, UUM, Malaysia.
    • Dasanayaka.S and Sardana.G (2012), Analysis of factors affecting B2B  relationships between telecommunication operators and vendors in Sri Lanka, in  Capability Buildings for Organizational Transformation – Management Cases from Multiple Disciplines, eds. Sardana.GD and Thatchenkery.T,  pp. 277-293, Bloomsbury Publishers (Pvt) Ltd, ISBN No: 978-93-82563-41-9.
    • Dasanayaka.SWSB and Saradana.GD (2011) “Tsunami Disaster Recovery Experience, A Case Study on Micro, Small and Medium Scale Enterprises in Galle District in Southern Sri Lanka in  Building Competencies for Sustainability and Organizational Excellence, eds, Sardana.GD and Thatchenkery.T,  pp. 300-18, Macmillan Publishers (Pvt) Ltd in India, ISBN No: 978-935-059-038-6.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2010) “ Failure of health care equipment in the Sri Lankan public sector hospitals in the eyes of good governance” in  Strengthening governance in Asia Pacific, Myths, realities and paradoxes, pp. 35 – 50,  Eds by Sharif As-Saber, Amita.S, Raza.A..et al, Macmillan Advanced research series, ISBN No: 10: 0230-32830-X.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2008)”Poverty eradication through technology integration in Sri Lanka in Governance and Poverty Reduction – Beyond the cage of best practices, Eds Singh.A, Kapoor.K and Bhattacharyya.R, PHI Publishers in India, pages 147-161, Chapter 11, ISBN -978-81-203-3698-8.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2008) “Small and Medium Enterprises in the Pacific Rim – The Case of Sri Lanka in Small and Medium Enterprises in the Pacific Rim ed by Nelson Oly Ndubisi, Arah Publishers in Malaysia, ISBN 13: 978-983-3718-37-5.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2008) “ Technology and Poverty, The Case of Sri Lanka in  Handbook on Management Cases, eds. Sahay.S, Thatchenkery and Saradana.D pp.183-95, Allied Publishers Pvt Ltd in India, ISBN No; 978-81-8424—390-1.
    • Dasanayaka . S (2006) “ Innovative business opportunities to serve aging population in Sri Lanka, page 291-333 in Cases in Business Management,  ed. By Sahay, Stough.R and Saradana..D, Allied Publishers Pvt Ltd in India, ISBN No; 81-8424139-9.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2007) Business Incubators in Sri Lanka, in  Cases in Business Management, Page 385 – 405,  ed. By Sahay, Stough.R and Saradana..D, Allied Publishers Pvt Ltd in India, ISBN No: 81-8424-262-0.
    • Dasanayaka . S and Perera .C (2004) Technology and Economic Development Key Issues in Sri Lanka, Economic Policy in Sri Lanka, Issues and Debates book  edited by S. Kalegama (2004), Chapter 11, pp. 237-52,  Published by Sage Publication Inc, ISBN No: 076193278 X (Hb)
    • Dasanayaka .S (1998) Intermediate transport modes and its sustainability - The Case for Sri Lanka, Page 215-21, Published under the ITDG in Sri Lanka, 1998, ISBN No: 955-8233-01-3.


  • Journal Articles
    International  Peer Review Journal Publications
    • Dasanayaka. SWSB (2014) Investors behavior in Stock Exchanges based on price multiples and value drivers, a case study based on Colombo Stock Exchange in Sri Lanka,   International Journal of Management Research and Issues, Vol. 3, No.1  pp. 1-14.
    • Dasanayaka. SWSB (2014) Small and medium scale enterprises development in rural areas through business incubators: a case of Sri Lanka in Technology-based rural entrepreneurship incubators: Policy and institutional support mechanisms in Asia-Pacific countries" for the Oct-Dec 2014 special issue of “Asia-Pacific Tech Monitor”, Asian and Pacific Centre for Transfer of Technology (APCTT) of the UNESCAP.
    • Dasanayaka SWSB, Sardana.GD and Wedawatta.G (2014), Business Sustainability of Small and Medium Scale Enterprises: A Case Study based on Bottled Water Industry in Sri Lanka, The International Journal of Nepalese Academy of Management, pp.98-108, Vol.2, No1.
    • Dasanayaka, SWSB and Wedawatta, G (2014) Lessons from Natural Disasters, A Case Study Based on Rehabilitation and Re-establishment of Tsunami affected Small and Medium-scale Enterprises (SMEs) in Sri Lanka, American International Journal of Research in Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp.1-10.
    • Dasanayaka. S (2013) poverty eradication through technology integration approach, a case study of Sri Lanka, Journal of pro-poor growth, Vol.1, No.1, pp. 47-55.
    • G.D. Sardana, WSB Dasanayaka, (2013) "Economic Recovery from Natural Disaster: Spotlight on Interventions in Tsunami affected Micro, and SME’s in Sri Lanka’s Galle District", Competitiveness Review: An International Business Journal incorporating Journal of Global Competitiveness, Vol. 23 Iss: 4/5. Emerald Journal.
    • Dasanayaka.S and Sardana.G (2011), An electronic trading mechanism for carbon emission credits generated by projects under Kyoto Protocol: A case study of Sri Lanka Special Issue on:  "Technology Transfer within the post-Kyoto Protocol Policy Framework" in International Journal of Technology Transfer and Commercialization, Vol.10 (1), pp.21-42, DOI: 10.1504/IJTTC.2011.038452.
    • Dasanayaka.S and Sardana.G (2011) Performance of Health Care Equipment in the Public Sector Hospitals, A Case Study Based on the Sri Lankan Public Sector Hospitals, International Journal of Bio-medical Engineering and Technology, Vol. 5 (4), pp.317-341, DOI: 10.1504/IJBET.2011.039924.
    • Dasanayaka.S, Gunasekera.P and Sardana.G (2012) Health sector service quality, the case of Sri Lanka of World Review of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development, Vol.08 (2), pp. 148-163, Special issue of Health management and marketing, DOI: 10.1504/WREMSD.2012.046117.
    • Dasanayaka.S and Sardana.G (2010), Carbon emission trading in India and Sri Lanka, Interdisciplinary Environmental Review, InderScience,  Vo.11 (2/3), pp. 162-77, DOI: 10.1504/IER.2010.037904.
    • Dasanayaka.S and Sardana.G (2010), Development of Small and Medium Enterprises through Clusters and Networking: A Comparative Study of India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka in World Review of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development, InderScience, Vo.6 (1 and 2), pp. 50 – 72, DOI: 10.1504/WREMSD.2010.031638.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2012) Critical success factors affecting the development of clusters for small and medium scale information technology firms in Sri Lanka,  International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, Vol.17, No.1, pp.118-139, DOI: DOI: 10.1504/IJESB.2012.048652.
    • Dasanayaka.S and Jayarathne.W (2012) Economic feasibility of carbon emission reduction in electricity generation, a case study based on Sri Lanka in  International Journal of Global Warming, Vol.4, No.2, pp.142-178.  DOI: 10.1504/IJGW.2012.048460.
    • Dasanayaka.S, Methsiri.W and Saradana.D (2012) Success factors for WIMAX technology in Sri Lankan SMEs, Euro Asia Journal of Management, Vol.41, No.1 and 2, pp.67-99.
    • Dasanayaka.SWSB (2012) Feasibility of Biomass Utilization in the Sri Lanka: A Case Study Based on Tea Plantation Sector, South Asian Journal of Business and Management Cases, Vol.1 and 2, pp. 145-161, DOI: 10.1177/2277977912459441, Sage Publishers.
    • Dasanayaka. S and Samarawickrama.P (2012) A review on evolution of e-commerce user acceptant behaviour under collaborative commerce: a study based on Sri Lanka in  International Journal of Electronic Finance, Vol.6, No.2, pp.121-142, DOI: 10.1504/IJEF.2012.048463.
    • Dasanayaka.S, Kankanamge.K and Sardana.G (2011) Identification of Barriers for Development of the Sri Lankan Small and Medium Scale Furniture and Wooden Products Manufacturing Enterprises, A Case Study based on Moratuwa Area, Euro Asia Journal of Management, Vol. 21, No.1 and 2, pp. 69-101.
    • Dasanayaka. SWSB, Mendis. MNMB and Sardana. GD (2012) Technology issues in Sri Lankan coconut plantation sector with special emphasis on marketing and sales aspects, Amity Business Journal (ABJ), Vol.1, No.1, pp. 1-14, ISSN-2278-0904.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2011) Enhancing Competitiveness of Small and Medium Scale Industries through Clusters, A Case Study based on Sri Lanka, Asia – Pacific Tech Monitor, Sept – Oct 2011, pp.42-48, Asian and Pacific Centre for Transfer of Technology (APCTT) of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP).
    • Dasanayaka (2011) Global challenges for SME in Sri Lanka and Pakistan in comparative perspectives, Business Review, Vol.6, No.1, pp. 52-61.
    • Dasanayaka.S and Sardana.G (2012) Tsunami Disaster Recovery Experience, A Case Study on Micro, Small and Medium Scale Enterprises in Galle District in Southern Sri Lanka, (Under review of  International Journal of Risk Assessment and Management.)
    • Dasanayaka. S and Ranjith.P (2014) New cost reflective tariff structure for household water in Sri Lanka (Under  publication)  International Journal of Water (IJW), Inderscience publishers.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2010) Technology Problems in the Sri Lankan Tea Industry, A Case Study based on Twenty Regional Plantation Management Companies, IME Journal, Vo.4 (2),  pp. 1-9, ISSN No: 0974-0716.
    • Dasanayaka. S (2009), The Development of Informal Sector Small and Medium Scale Enterprises through Formation of Cluster and Networking, A Case Study based on Sri Lanka and Pakistan, Business Review Journal, Vol. 4(2), PP.107-122, ISSN 1990-6587,
    • Dasanayaka.S and Sardana.G (2010) Small and Medium Scale Enterprises in Informal Sector in Pakistan and Sri Lanka, A Research Agenda, Euro Asia Journal of Management Vol. 20 (1), PP. 85-102, ISSN 0872-8496.
    • Dasanayaka.S and Sardana.G (2009) SMEs in India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka: A Comparative Analysis with focus on Barriers to Growth, Market Forces Journal, Vol.5 (2), pp. 1-16. ISSN No. 1816-8434.
    • Dasanayaka. S and Sardana.G (2008), Impact of organizational culture on innovativeness of export-oriented firms – A case  study of gift and decorative-ware industry in Sri Lanka, Euro Asia Journal of Management, Dec 2008 Vol. 18 No.2 pp. 103-122. ISSN No. 0872-8496,
    • Dasanayaka.S Sardana.G (2008), Business facilitation through Technology Incubators in India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka: A Comparative Perspective, Market Forces Journal, Vol.4 (2) pp 18-29. ISSN No. 1816-8434.
    • Dasanayaka. S (2008), SMEs in globalised world: A brief note on basic profiles of Pakistan’s SMEs and possible research directions, Business Review Journal, Vol.3 (1), page 69-78, Jan-June, ISSN 1990-6587.
    • Dasanayaka. S (2007), The scale of operation, profitability based on productivity and capacity utilization in seaports, The case of Colombo seaport in Sri Lanka 1980-2005, Business Review Journal, Vol.2 (1), page 99-116, Jan-June, ISSN 1990-6587.
    • Dasanayaka. S and Sardana.G (2007), The SMEs in India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka in Comparative Perspectives, Productivity Journal, Oct-Dec 2007 Issue, No.3 Vol.48, Page 235-50. ISSN No. 0032-9924.
    • Dasanayaka. S and Sardana.G (2009), Technology Issues in Pakistan’s Small and Medium Scale Industries in Globalize Era, The Case of Leather Industry, in Market Force Journal, Vol.4 (4), pp.167-79, ISSN No. 1816-8434.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2007), A brief note on Sri Lankan SMEs, in Paradigm  Research  Journal, Vol.X (1), page 69-76, Jan- June,  ISSN No: 0971 – 8907.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2008),  ICT model for CDM in South Asia in Paradigm  Research  Journal, Vol.XII (1), page 21-42, Jan- June,  ISSN No: 0971 – 8907.

    Local Publications
    • Sri Lankan Achievements in Millennium Development Goals with Special Emphasis on Governance and Innovation, Oct/Nov. 2011, Vol.37, No.7 and 8, pp.33-38. Economic Review, Sri Lanka.
    • Financial Crisis, A Sri Lankan Case, Prof. Attapathu Felicitation Book Chapter, University of Ruhuna, Sri Lanka.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2010) A new model for seaport development and transition, The Economic Review in  June/July 2010 (soon coming). People’s Bank Research Dept. Colombo.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2005) Technology Issues in the Sri Lankan Tea Industry with Special Emphasis on Regional Plantation Companies, A Case Study based on Two Regional Plantation Companies, Sri Lankan Journal of Business Economics, Vol.2, No.2  Dec. 2005,  pp. 1 – 35.  Dept. of Business Economics, University of Siri Jayawardanapura, Sri Lanka, ISSN 1391-9601.
    • Dasanayaka. S (1999) Scale of operation, profitability and the capacity utilization in the Colombo seaport in Sri Lanka, Published in The Economic Review in  April/May 1999, Vol.24 No.01/02, Page  14-20. People’s Bank Research Dept. Colombo.
    • Dasanayaka. S (1999) BOO/BOOT projects and the new dimension of project appraisal with special emphasis on feasibility studies and contract documents, Economic Review, Aug/Oct. 1999 in Sri Lanka.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2009) Corruption, Governance and Judiciary, A Case Study Based on Sri Lanka, 09/01/2009 in http://srilankans4peace.blogspot.com/, Highly interactive web site for Academics and Civil Society Leaders.

    Journal Articles under Review/Acceptance
    • Biomass utilization in Sri Lankan Rubber Plantation sector (Three authors, article under review of international journal).
    • SMEs Productivity: How SMEs survive with low productivity in competitive markets, Rubber sector in Sri Lanka (Three authors, article under review of international journal).
    • Technology Problems of Tea Small Holdings (Three authors, article under review of international journal).
    • Value added services of fixed line operators (Three authors, article under review of international journal).
    • Technology Problems in cinnamon cultivation in Sri Lanka (Three authors, article under review of international journal).
    • Cinnamon wood as an alternative to rainforest timber in Sri Lanka (Three authors, article under review of international journal).
    • Factors affecting for high light led (LED) lighting solutions to Sri Lanka (Three authors, article under review of international journal).
    • Economic and financial feasibility of power generation through solid waste in Sri Lanka (Three authors, article under review of international journal).
    • Energy management in heavy Engineering industries, the case of Colombo Dock yard Ltd., (Three authors, article under review of international journal).
    • Vendor and supplier relations in telecommunication industry in Sri Lanka (Three authors, article under review of international journal).
    • Critical success factors for growth of IDD market in Sri Lanka (Three authors, article under review of international journal).
    • SME and Cluster Concept, A Case of Motor Spare parts industry in Sri Lanka (Two authors under review of International journal).
    • Identification of issues related to medical equipment purchases in Sri Lankan public hospitals (Two authors under review of International journal).
    • Sustainability of SMES product and process technology, A case study of Small Garages and workshop in Colombo district in Sri Lanka (Two authors under review of International journal).
    • Factors for the Success of Industrial Estates and Parks in Developing Countries,  A Case Study based on Sri Lanka (Two authors under review of International journal).
    • Investors Behavior in Stock Exchanges based on Price Multiples and Value Drivers, A Case Study based on Colombo Stock Exchange in Sri Lanka (Two authors under review of International journal).
    • Export Competitiveness of the Small and Medium Scale Enterprises in Sri Lanka: A Case Study based on the Gem and Jewelry sector (Two authors under review of International journal).
    • A Teaching Case Study on Sri Lankan Tea: The Path to Recovery (One author under review of International journal).
  • Selected Conference Proceedings (Abstracts and Full Papers)
    • Dasanayaka.S and J. Paranamanage (2013)   “Cinnamon Wood as a Substitute for  rainforest Timber, A Case Study Based on Sri Lanka”, 2nd International Conference on Social Sciences organized by the University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka on 22nd – 23rd November 2013.
    • Dasanayaka.S and N. Dolawatta (2013)   “Export Competitiveness of the Small and Medium Scale Enterprises in Sri Lanka: A Case Study based on the Gem and Jewelry sector”, 2nd International Conference on Social Sciences organized by the University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka on 22nd – 23rd November 2013.
    • Dasanayaka.S and T. Dilrukshi (2013)  Identification of the Factors affecting for the Productivity of Small and Medium Enterprises in Sri Lanka, A Case Study based on the Rubber Manufacturing Sector in Western Province”, 2nd International Conference on Social Sciences organized by the University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka on 22nd – 23rd November 2013.
    • Dasanayaka.S and R. Ranasinghe (2013)  “Factors for the Success of Industrial Estates and Parks in Developing Countries, A Case Study based on Sri Lanka”, 2nd International Conference on Social Sciences organized by the University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka on 22nd – 23rd November 2013.
    • Dasanayaka, Ranjith (2013), Pricing of Water, 3rd Asia Pacific Conference, Feb. 25-26, Istana Hotel, KUL, Malaysia.
    • Sarath Dasanayaka (2012) “ Innovation in SMEs in Sri Lanka”, ISEI 2012, Veince, Italy.
    • Sarath Dasanayaka (2012) "The Impact of the Global Financial Crisis on the Sri Lankan Economy" IARIW 32nd General Conference, Boston, USA, August 5-11, 2012, http://www.iariw.org/c2012.php.
    • Sarath Dasanayaka (2012) "Assessment of Innovative Business Opportunities and Models to Serve Aging Population in Sri Lanka, Why Entrepreneurs are Silent?" IARIW 32nd General Conference, Boston, USA, August 5-11, 2012, http://www.iariw.org/c2012.php.
    • Dasanayaka.S and Sardana.G (2011) ICMC 2011 case conference, India, Dec 01 and 02  of 2011, BIMTEC, Recovery of Tsunami SMEs in Southern Sri Lanka.
    • Dasanayaka. S (2011) Financial crisis and its implication on Sri Lankan economy, 7th annual conference of Asia Pacific Economic Association, APEA 2011, Busan South Korea, http://www.apeaweb.org/confer/bus11/bus11-prog.pdf.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2010), MDG Sri Lankan Case, NAPSIPAG conference, Kerala, India Dec. 2010.
    • Dasanayaka. S(2010), Natural disasters and carbon emission, The Sri Lankan Case in Review Perspectives, 2nd national symposium 13 and 14th Oct. 2010 UNDP and DMA, Sri Lanka.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2010), Global challenges for SMEs in Sri Lanka and Pakistan, in Korea and the World Economy IX, University of Incheon in Korea, June 25-26 2010. www.akes.or.kr/eng/conferences.html (accepted).
    • Dasanayaka.S and et.al (2010), Macro economic impact on the performance of Colombo stock exchange: 1985-2009, 12th International conference on Sri Lankan studies,  Abstract Proceedings, Page213, 18-20 March 2010, The Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka and the Open University of Sri Lanka. www.slageconr.net/12thicslshome.html.
    • Dasanayake, S. W.S.B. and Mahakalanda I. (2008) A Literature Survey on Organizational Culture and Innovation, I Mehran Nejati . Azadeh Shafaei . Mostafa Nejatin (Eds.) Issues in Global Business and Management Research: Proceedings of the 2008 International Online Conference on Business and Management (IOCBM 2008) Florida: Boca Raton, Florida pp. 539-550.
    • Dasanayaka.S and et.al (2010), Critical success factors for the development of CDMA technology among the Sri Lankan small industries, Abstract Proceedings, Page 237, 18-20 March 2010, The Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka and the Open University of Sri Lanka. www.slageconr.net/12thicslshome.html.
    • Dasanayaka.S and et.al (2010), Customer readiness towards paperless banking technology advancement in Sri Lankan commercial banking sector, A case study based on Sampath Bank ltd, Page 238, 18-20 March 2010, The Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka and the Open University of Sri Lanka. www.slageconr.net/12thicslshome.html.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2009), Small and Medium Scale Enterprises in Informal Sector in Pakistan and Sri Lanka with Research Agenda, 23-25 Sept, 2009, South Asian Institute of Management and International Association of Research for Income and Wealth (SAIM/IARIW),  Kathmandu, Nepal.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2009), Issues in Sri Lankan Tea sector, ICBE, IME, Shaziabad, India, Nov 23-24, India.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2009), Basic profiles of SMEs in Sri Lanka and Pakistan, Korean Economic Association, July 09 10, 2009, Hong Kong University.
    • Dasanayake, S.W.S.B. and Mahakalanda I. (2008) A Literature Survey on Organizational Culture and Innovation, I Mehran Nejati . Azadeh Shafaei . Mostafa Nejatin (Eds.) Issues in Global Business and Management Research: Proceedings of the 2008 International Online Conference on Business and Management (IOCBM 2008) Florida: Boca Raton, Florida pp. 539-550.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2008), Performance of Health Care Equipment in the Public Sector Hospitals, A Case Study Based on Sri Lanka, JNU, Delhi, India, NAPSIPAG/ADB Institute, 04/12/2008 – 08/12/2008 (Full paper is coming as a book chapter).
    • Dasanayaka.S (2008), Performance of Health Care Equipment in the Public Sector Hospitals in the Eye of  Management of Technology in Sri Lanka, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka, International Conference, 11/12/2008, Full paper published Conference Proceedings, pp 281-190, ISBN No. 978-955-9021-79-7.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2008), Corruption, Governance and Judiciary, A Case Study Based on the Sri Lanka, A Case Study Based on Sri Lanka, Tribhuvan University in Kathmandu, Nepal, 15/12/2008 – 17/12/2008. Abstract published  in Conference Proceedings, Page.25.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2008), Technology and Poverty in Sri Lanka,  ICMC - 2008, 02/12/2008 – 03/12/2008, IMT, Ghaziabad, India. (In absentia).
    • Dasanayaka.S (2008),  Entrepreneurship in Sri Lankan Sense, Mudra Institute of Communications, Ahmedabad, India,and Essex Business School, University of Essex, UK, in collaboration with the OECD and its LEED Programme at Paris, France, 17/12/2008 – 19/12/2008. (In absentia).
    • Dasanayaka.S (2008), Challenges for Service Marketers in the Globalised Era, Chief Guest and Key note speaker, 15/05/2008, SANS Business School attached to Anna University, Coimbatore, South India.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2008), A Comparative Study on Profiles and Contributions of SMEs in Pakistan and Sri Lanka, March 29-30 of 2008, Organized by the South Asian Studies Association. Co-hosted by the School of Religion and the School of Politics and Economics, Claremont Graduate University , Claremont, California, USA (in absentia).
    • Dasanayaka. S (2008), Reforms in Higher Education in Asia, Chief  Guest and Key note Speaker, March 03 – 05 of 2008, CPA College, Madurai Kamaraj University Tamilnadu, India.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2008), Technology Issues in Pakistan SMEs, International Conference on Business and Technology – 2008, Iqra University, Islamabad Campus, Pakistan.
    • Dasanayaka. S (2007), Business Incubators the Case Study based on Sri Lanka, International Conference on Management Cases, 2007, December IMT Ghaziabad, India. (in abstentia)
    • Dasanayaka.S (2007), Challenges for Business Schools in Globalized Era, Chief Guest and Key Note Speaker, Oct 23-25, Sree Amman College in Erode attached to Brathiar University, South India.
    • Dasanayaka. S (2007) Innovation and organizational culture in SME sector in Sri Lankan gift and decorative ware, The Second Annual Max Planck - IISc International Conference on Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Economic Growth Max Planck Institute of Economics Jena, Germany Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India Venue: Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, Dates: 25 - 27 October 2007. (in abstentia)
    • Dasanayaka. S (2007) Development and practice of SMEs in Sri Lankan and Pakistan – Comparative perspectives, International conference on  Business, Environment, International Competitiveness & Sustainable Development of the Asia Pacific Economies Date: 3-4 December 2007, Monash University, Malaysia Campus. (in abstentia)
    • Dasanayaka. S (2007) ICT model for CEC in Sri Lanka, International conference on  Business, Environment, International Competitiveness & Sustainable Development of the Asia Pacific Economies Date: 3-4 December 2007, Monash University, Malaysia Campus. (in abstentia)
    • Dasanayaka. S (2007) ICT usage for Global warming, 1st International Online Conference on Business and Management Iran E conference of business management, 2007 August.
    • Dasanayaka. S (2007) ICT model for CDM in South Asia, CONFENIS 2007,the IFIP International Conference on Research and Practical Issues of Enterprise Information System (An International Forum for Exploring the Research Frontier in Enterprise Information System) to be held on October 14-16, 2007 - Beijing, China (in abtentia).
    • Dasanayaka. S (2007) Sixth International Conference in JEPA, Japan, Poverty and Technology, New dimensions of Equity, The Case of Sri Lanka,  8 and 9 of December 2007 (in absentia)
    • Dasanayaka. S (2007) Second International conference on Service Management, A Literature survey on Organizational culture and innovation, June 1-2 2007, Institute for International Management and Technology, Gurgaon – 122001, India.
    • Dasanayaka. S (2007) International Conference for Economic Policies for Sustainable Development  in University of National and World Economy, Can the Carbon Emission Credits be Traded, The Case of Sri Lanka,  Oct. 19-20th of 2007, Sofia, Bulgaria. (in absentia)
    • Dasanayaka. S (2007),  11th ICSLS, Comparative study on Sri Lanka and Pakistan’s SME Sector, 1st – 3rd Nov.2007, University of Portsmouth, UK. (in absentia)
    • Dasanayaka. S (2007), 5th ICAS, Problems and prospects for SMEs under globalization, The Case of Sri Lanka,  July 4 – 5  2007, University of Kebangsaan in Malaysia (in absentia).
    • Dasanayaka. S (2007), Trading Mechanisms for Carbon Emission Credits generated by projects under Kyoto Protocol: The Case of Sri Lanka, 9th-12th January 2007, ISPM- Asia- 2007, JNU at New Delhi, India (in absentia).
    • Dasanayaka. S (2007), Problems and Prospects for Small and Medium
    • Scale Enterprises, The Case of Sri Lanka, South Asia Conference April 27-29, 2007 Organized by the South Asian Studies Alliance.
    • Hosted by Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles (in absentia).
    • Dasanayaka.S (2006) Technology Issues in Pakistan’s Small and Medium Scale Industries in Globalize Era, The Case of Leather Industry, 14-15 Dec.2006, Emerging Paradigms in Managing Business, Holy Grace Academy of management Studies, Kerala, India.
    • Dasanayaka .S (2007) Optimum location for industry, The case of lubricant industry in Sri Lanka, Engineering Research Unit (ERU), Moratuwa University, Dec. 2006 (with N. Sasanaka co-author).
    • Dasanayaka.S (2007) New approach for seaport operation and expansion, The case of Colombo seaport, ERU, Moratuwa University, Dec. 2006.
    • Dasanayaka . S (2007) Sustainability of Small and Medium Scale Enterprises under Globalization, The Case of Sri Lanka, Ninth Sustainable Development Conference 13-15 December 2006, Islamabad, Pakistan.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2007) New business models for Aging population, The Case of Sri Lanka, ICMC, IMT, India on 4-5 Dec. 2006.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2007) Technology, Poverty and Judicial Access – The Case of Sri Lanka, International Conference  on Poverty, Inequality and Judicial Access for Poor in South Asia,  7-9 Nov. 2006, Jawaharlal Nehru University - CSLG, WB/Ford Foundation, New Delhi, India.
    • Dasanayaka. S (2007) Asian Business Schools Identity Crisis – The Case of Sri Lanka, Post Centenary Golden Jubilee Conference on Globalization and Regional Economic Cooperation: Management Challenges November 25-26, 2006, Calcutta. University in India.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2007) Experience of Development Planning in Small Developing Economies, The Case of Sri Lanka, 1st International Conference in Planning: "Planning : Theory and Practice" ,in Al-Salt, Jordan from 20. November 2006 to 22. November 2006.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2007) SME Development through Business Incubators, The Case of Sri Lanka, SME-Entrepreneurship Global Conference 2006, 17-18 October 2006, Monash University Malaysia Branch.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2007) Sri Lankan MBAs – Do they stakeholders friendly?, International Conference, 13-15 October 2006, Bangkok Thailand.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2007) Economics aspects of Seaports and their generated Business Activities: The Case of Colombo Seaport in Sri Lanka, International conference on Shipping in the Era of Social Responsibility, 14-16 September, Argostoli, Cephaloina, Greece.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2007) Can Niche MBAs substitutable for General MBAs: The case study based on Sri Lanka, Can the Niche MBAs substitutable for General MBAs? The case study based on Sri Lanka, paper presented for International Conference for Management for Growth, Faculty of Management and Finance, University of Colombo, 15/09/2006.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2007) Assessment of innovative business opportunities and models to serve aging population in Sri Lanka, 2nd World Ageing & Generations Congress  in St. Gallen (University of St. Gallen), Switzerland from 27. September 2006 to 29. September 2006.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2006) Profit & Competition of the Insurance Industry in Sri Lanka, A Case Study based on Non-life Insurance Business, International Conference of Business, Economics and Management Disciplines in Beijing, China from 23. June 2006 to 25. June 2006.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2006) Scale of Operation, Productivity based Profitability and Capacity Utilization in the Colombo Seaport in Sri Lanka, Asia-Pacific Productivity Conference (APPC) 2006 in Seoul, Korea, Republic Of from 17. August 2006 to 19. August 2006.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2006) Korean Influence for Small Developing Economies, The Case of Sri Lanka, Korea and the World Economy, V in Seoul, Korea, Republic Of from 7 July 2006 to 8. July 2006.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2006) Development of Tsunami affected Small and Medium Enterprises in Sri Lanka,  International Comparisons in the financing of SMEs in developedcountries  in University of Warwick, United Kingdom from 4. April 2006 to 5. April 2006.
    • Dasanayaka. S (2006) A Comparative Analysis of MBA Programs in Sri Lanka, How far are they relevant for local corporate environment? International conference on socially relevant higher education, SRHEI, India, CPA College attach to Maduari Kumarij University  Bodinakanur, Tamilnadu, 21- 23 Feb.2006.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2004) Technology and Economic Development Key Issues in Sri Lanka, Joint paper with   Perera. C, World Bank Training Institute (Brain Trust Programme), NY and Institute of Policy Studies in Sri Lanka, Feb. 23-26 in 2004, Sri Lanka.
    • Dasanayaka. S (2003) Technology, Poverty and Role of New Technologies in Eradication of Poverty – The Case of Sri Lanka, Paper presented for International Seminar in New Delhi, Oct. 2003, ITDG International Technology Seminar (For draft paper see www.itdg.org ).
    • Dasanayaka.S (2003) Eleven Case Study Reports presented under the EMERGENCE project, Asian Institute of Technology, Indian Institute of Management and Employment Studies in UK,  Bangkok, Thailand, June 2003, (for reports see www.emergence.nu).
    • Dasanayaka.S (2002) The E-works relocation – Sri Lanka country report, AIT, Thailand, Bangkok, July 2002, (for report see www.emergence.nu).
    • Dasanayaka.S (2002) Information Technology Development in Thailand - Policies, Planning and Trends. Kesetsart International MBA programme, Thailand, 2002, May.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2001)Transport, Poverty and Gender in Economic Perspectives – Strategies and Policies for Developing Nations, Paper presented for International Seminar on Rural transport and Gender in Colombo, ITDG, Aug. 2001.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2000) The role of private sector in the process of Globalization, The University of Ruhuna and University of British Colombia in Canada, Seminar on Globalization and Private sector in Matara, Sept. 2000.
    • Dasanayaka.S (1998) BOO/BOOT projects and the new dimension of project appraisal with special emphasis on feasibility studies and contract documents,   African Managers Training course on Local and Regional Development Planning and Management, UNCRD/UNDP, Africa, Kenya, Nairobi Office,  Nov. 1998.
    • Dasanayaka.S (1998) A Study of Container Terminals in Sri Lanka, paper presented for 8th WCTR, Antwerp, Belgium, 17th of July 1998.
    • Dasanayaka.S (1998) Prospects of Sri Lanka as a regional maritime center and its generated business activities in national economic development,  paper presented for Sri Lanka Institute of Architecture annual conference on seaport and Economic development, BMICH, Colombo Sri Lanka,  23rd June 1998.
    • Dasanayaka.S (1997) Growth dynamics of market-driven economy and its socio-economic implications in Sri Lanka, Paper presented and published under the Centre for Society and Religion, Colombo Sri Lanka in  13th Dec. 1997.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2008), Reforms in higher education Challenges for Business Schools, The Case Study based on Sri Lanka, in International Conference on  Reforms in Higher Education in Asia, Page 1 -7, Conference Book published  in Bodinayakanur, CPA College, Maduari Kamaraj University, Tamil Nadu, South India (Full paper published)
    • Dasanayaka.S (2006), The scale of operation, profitability based productivity and capacity utilization in seaports: The case of Colombo seaports in Sri Lanka, 1980-2005,    Engineering research unit of University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka, Proceedings of the 12 annual symposium, page 145, ISSN 1391 3999, Nov 2006.
    • Dasanayaka.S and Nanayakkara.S (2006), Indentification of the critical success factors for relocation of industrial plants: The case of lubricant plant in Sri Lanka, Engineering research unit of University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka, Proceedings of the 12 annual symposium, page 44, ISSN 1391 3999, Nov 2006
    • Dasanayaka.S (2006) Poverty eradication through technology integration approach in Sri Lankan fisheries sector, The case of four fishery villages in Tangalle fishery district in Sri Lanka, Page 14, International Conference  on Poverty, Inequality and Judicial Access for Poor in South Asia, 7-9 Nov. 2006, Jawaharlal Nehru University - CSLG, WB/Ford Foundation, New Delhi, India.
    • Dasanayaka.S (2006) The role of new technologies in eradication of poverty eradication - technology integration approach, The case of Sri Lanka, Page 37, International Conference  on Poverty, Inequality and Judicial Access for Poor in South Asia,  7-9 Nov. 2006, Jawaharlal Nehru University - CSLG, WB/Ford Foundation, New Delhi, India.
    • Dasanayaka. S (2006) Can the Niche MBAs substitutable for General MBAs? The case study based on Sri Lanka, paper presented for International Conference for Management for Growth, Faculty of Management and Finance, University of Colombo, 15/09/2006, Abstract published in proceedings, page 41
    • Dasanayaka. S (2006), Impact of organizational culture on innovativeness of export-oriented firms – A study of gift and decorative-ware industry in Sri Lanka, International Conference on Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 26th PODIM,  March 30-31, Maribor, www.podim.org.
    • Dasanayaka. S and Hewawasam. R (2005), Factors influencing the technology transfer and risk of technology transfer in competitive markets, the case of lubricant industry in Sri Lanka. Abstract published  Third international conference on Business Management in third world, March 2006 in Siri Jayawaradanapura University, Sri Lanka (www.sjp.ac.lk).
    • Dasanayaka.S and Senarathne. U (2005) Technology Issues in Sri Lankan Tea Industry, Paper accepted for 10th International Conference on Sri Lankan Studies, 16-18 December 2005, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, www.kln.ac.lk (Only abstract published) Proceeding page no. 127, ISBN 955-9044-54-0
    • Dasanayaka. S and Perera. P (2005) Technology management issues in SMEs in Sri Lanka,  Paper accepted for 10th International Conference on Sri Lankan Studies, 16-18 December 2005, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka. www.kln.ac.lk (Only abstract published) Proceeding page no. 128, ISBN 955-9044-54-0
    • Dasanayaka. S and Pathirathne.S  (2005) Assessment of Innovative business opportunities and models to serve aging population in Sri Lanka, Paper accepted for 10th International Conference on Sri Lankan Studies, 16-18 December 2005, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka. www.kln.ac.lk (Only abstract published) Proceeding page no. 40, ISBN 955-9044-54-0.
    • Dasanayaka. S and Perera. B (2005) Technology and poverty in Fisheries Sector, The Case of Sri Lanka, Paper accepted for 10th International Conference on Sri Lankan Studies, 16-18 December 2005, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka. www.kln.ac.lk (Only abstract published) Proceeding page no. 71, ISBN 955-9044-54-0.
    • Dasanayaka. S and Ekanayaka.K (2005), Profits and competition of the insurance industry in Sri Lanka with special emphasis on non-life business, Paper accepted for 10th International Conference on Sri Lankan Studies, 16-18 December 2005, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka. www.kln.ac.lk (Only abstract published) Proceeding page no. 120, ISBN 955-9044-54-0.
    • Dasanayaka. S. and  Perera. P (2005) Technology Issues in SMEs in Sri Lanka: The Case Study Based on Rubber Product Manufacturing Sector. Paper presented for Second international conference on Business Management in Third world, March 2005 in Siri Jayawaradanapura University , Sri Lanka. Proceeding page no. 359-74. ISBN 955-9054-47-3 (full paper published)
    • Dasanayaka. S, Wickramasinghe.V and Jayasena.T (2005) Cultural dimension of technology transfer. Paper presented for Second international conference on Business Management in Third world, March 2005 in Siri Jayawaradanapura University , Sri Lanka. Proceeding page no. 387 - 400. ISBN 955-9054-47-3  (full paper published)
    • Dasanayaka. S, Attalage.R and Nakandala. D (2005) Analysis of success of technology transfer at leather industry in Sri Lanka. Paper presented for Second international conference in Siri Jayawaradanapura University, Proceeding page no. 375 – 386, Sri Lanka 2005 March. ISBN 955-9054-47-3 (full paper published)

  • Contribution for National Development
    • Senior PPMS Expert for Southern Highway Links Project, With ADB/URS/RDC, 2012/13.
    • Base line survey and report writing for Water Project in Northern Sri Lanka, National Water Board and ADB, Jan. March 2011.
    • PPMS preparation of five roads project in North and Eastern Sri Lanka, World Bank/Scott Wilson Project, First Phase 2010 Dec. to  2011 May.
    • Fuel demand estimation and forecasting, including fuel stations survey, for Colombo City with PADCO Japan and RDC Colombo. Sept. to Nov. 2010.
    • Base Line survey, training Programmes and report writing for rural road project in three districts in Eastern Province in Sri Lanka. JICA and RDC, July to Oct. 2010.
    • Preparation of PPMS for ADB/Scott Wilson, UK company with RDC in Sri Lanka, National Highway project. 2008/09.
    • EU project on Export possibilities in two SME sector,  Feb.2008 with European Consultancy firm.
    • Specialist Consultant for Pakistan Road Transport Projects (World Bank Lahore and Karachi)  and Seaports project (Gwadar and Quasim seaports), 2006 up to now.
    • Caltex Lanka Lubricant Ltd (CLLL), Factory Relocation Project Report, July- Nov 2006, Sri Lanka.
    • Millennium IT Co. Ltd, in Sri Lanka, Economic and financial evaluation of development of electronic trading mechanism for Carbon Emission Credits under Kyoto Protocol. Jan-March 2006, Sri Lanka.
    • Galle seaport rehabilitation (after Tsunami) feasibility report with International Consultancy Europe BV, Dutch firm based in Limberg in the Netherlands, Marketing, Financial and Economic Specialist. Nov. 2005.
    • Kankasanturai (KKS) seaport feasibility report with International Consultancy Europe BV, Dutch firm based in Limberg in the Netherlands, Marketing, Financial and Economic Specialist. June 2005.
    • Hambantota Seaport Feasibility Studies with Denmark (Ramboll Nyvig Ltd), German and British firms. Position:  Specialist Maritime Economist, Resource Development Consultant, Colombo, Sri Lanka, Dec.2004.
    • Sri Lankan Road Up-gradement Feasibility Study Report (1000.00 Kms), Position Transport Economic Consultant 2004, BECA International, Fraser Thomas Partners and Resource Development Consultant, Colombo, Sri Lanka. Funding from Asian Development Bank. Dec. 2004.
    • World Bank, Colombo Office, Collection and analysis of wage data in different occupational categories, March in 1999.
    • Institute of Policy Studies, Econometric and CGEM modelling, project financed by IDRC Canada, 1998/1999.
    • ILO/ROAP project, Globalization and social actors, Faculty of graduate Studies in University of Colombo, 1997 Nov. - March 1998.
    • UNDP/UNCRD, participated for many projects as a resource person, paper discussant and presenter. Sri Lanka and Kenya, from 1998.
    • State Pharmaceutical Corporation of Sri Lanka, Evaluation of the I.V. solution manufacturing plant, in 1998.
    • Southern Development Authority, Sri Lanka, preparation of terms of references and scopes of works and letter of intents for seven mega projects in Sri Lanka, in 1998.
    • Moragahakanada (Mahawali Project) Feasibility report up-datement with CECB, Sri Lanka,  JICA Mission, May 1988.

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