Author(s): Yajna Sanguhan and Vagisha Gunasekara
Type: Working Paper
Country: Sri Lanka
This working paper draws on a panel survey conducted in Sri Lanka in 2012 and 2015 that collected longitudinal data on the socioeconomic changes amongst communities resettled after the war and their perceptions of local and central government.
Key findings include:
Overall, while the survey results offer a positive picture of recovery in general, the data strongly depicts an unevenness along ethnic, spatial, and gender dimensions.
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