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Tag Archives: tourism

Building on work from as far back as 2006 to identify economic opportunities for Jaffna

In 2016 LIRNEasia went to Jaffna for fun. Finally there was a hotel big enough to house our large group so we decided on Jaffna as the location of our annual trip. Many interactions followed, for example on our work on online freelancing. This longer piece was first published in Tamil in Thinakkural. It is […]

Thoughts on how data on the tourist industry can be improved

Tourists take a look at Hong Kong from a viewing platform situated at the top of The Peak. 09JUN14

We are aware that the UN has identified tourism data as priority area in terms of exploring the potential of big data to contribute to the work of national statistical organizations (NSOs). However, this was not something we took on, given our programmatic priorities which are urban development, improved socio-economic monitoring and epidemiology. When we […]

Minneriya follows up on the 2nd annual LIRNEasia disaster risk reduction lecture

The whole point of a public lecture is to catalyze thought and action. It’s been three months and the first evidence I saw of anything being catalyzed was the phone call I got from Bandula Mahanama, the speaker we invited from Polonnaruwa. He had some plans about reducing risks from the Minneriya reservoir and wanted […]

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