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Privatisation, Competition and Regulatory Governance: A Case Study of Sri Lanka’s Telecommunications Sector

Malathy Knight-John, LIRNEasia Research Fellow, has been awarded the PhD degree by the University of Manchester for research conducted on the subject “Privatisation, Competition and Regulatory Governance: A Case Study of Sri Lanka’s Telecommunications Sector.” This research drew on the work she did on the Telecom Policy and Regulatory Environment of Sri Lanka for LIRNEasia since 2006.

We offer our warmest congratulations to Malathy on achievement of the highest degree and wish her the very best in her future scholarly endeavors.

1 Comment to Privatisation, Competition and Regulatory Governance: A Case Study of Sri Lanka’s Telecommunications Sector

  1. Mahinda Herath's Gravatar Mahinda Herath
    December 22, 2011 at 6:25 pm | Permalink

    Congratulations!

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