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Chandrakumara, S.  2002.  Changing Pattern of Consumption. National Report of Sri Lanka to the World Summit on Sustainable Development. , Colombo: Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources
Chandrakumara, DPS.  2014.  The Role of Community for Achieving the Targets of Universal Primary Education. Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities-2014. , Honolulu, USA.
Chandrakumara, DPS.  2012.  Achievements in Human Capital Formation in Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka Journal of Business Economics. 3(1):1-16.
Chandrakumara, DPS.  2010.  Introduction to Research. Research Methodology Training Module. , Colombo: Ministry of Higher Education/World Bank
Chandrakumara, DPS.  2010.  Research Methods and Methodologies in Social Sciences and Commerce and Management. . Research Methodology Training Module. , Colombo: Ministry of Higher Education/World Bank
Chandrakumara, S.  1997.  Economics: Scope and Methodology. VISIEKA. 1(1):18-25.
Chandrakumara, DPS.  2009.  Education, Human Capital and Development. , Colombo: Author
Chandrakumara, DPS.  2004.  Significance of Capital in Growth and Development Theory. , Colombo: Faculty of Graduate Studies
Chandrakumara, DPS, Jayasinghe NMA.  2012.  The Potential of Micro-enterprise Development among the Urban Poor, 9 November. International Conference on Humanities and Social sciences – 2012. , University of Sri Jayewardenepura
Chandrakumara, DPS, Deheragoda CKM, Perera T, Karunathilaka N, Silva SKR.  2010.  Research Manual for Undergraduates in Social Sciences. , Colombo: Faculty of Arts, University of Sri Jayewardenepura
Chandrakumara, DPS.  2014.  EMPLOYABILITY OF NEW GRADUATES IN SRI LANKA: Implications for Policy Development. Discussion Paper. 197(March)195.pdf
Chandrakumara, DPS.  2012.  Regional Disparities of Human Capital Formation in Sri Lanka, 8 November. International Conference on Humanities and Social sciences – 2012. , University of Sri Jayewardenepura
Chandrakumara, DPS.  1991.  Economic and Social Factors behind the Rice Rationing System in Sri Lanka, 2 June. Faculty Seminar. , Board Room, Faculty of Arts
Chandrakumara, DPS.  2012.  Human capital formation within families: a study in the North Central Province of Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka Journal of Social Sciences. June/Dec 2010/2011, 33/34 (1&2):46-58.jss_33_34_47.pdf
Chandrakumara, DPS.  2009.  Seylan escapes from the sakvithi manner. DESATHIYA. 32(2):6-7.
Chandrakumara, DPS.  2010.  Research Philosophy and Paradigms. Research Methodology Training Module. , Colombo: Ministry of Higher Education/World Bank
Chandrakumara, DPS.  2013.  Enhancing the Role of Community for Achieving Targets of Universal Primary Education, 22 June. Leadership, Land and Local Resource Management at the Eve of the MDG Deadline of 2015. , Dehradund_ab_4.pdf
Chandrakumara, DPS.  2011.  Responsiveness of Consumers to Messages on Global Warming: Implications for mitigating harmful effects in the context of Sri Lanka, 20-22 October. pre-conference workshop held at Centre for Economic and Social Studies. , Hyderabad
Chandrakumara, DPS.  2001.  International Trade Theory. Economic Review. 27(4 & 5):31-34., Colombo: People’s Bank
Chandrakumara, DPS.  2010.  Construction of an Assets Index for Measuring Relative Welfare of Families. Problems and Prospects of Economic Development in the 21st Century: A Festschrift in Honour of Professor Dayananda Somasundara. , Colombo: Godage International Publishers (Pvt) Ltd.
Chandrakumara, DPS.  2012.  Credit for Rural Development: Trends of Formal and Informal Credit Sources in Sri Lanka. Issues in Development. , Colombo: A Stanford Lake Publicationcredits_for_rural_development.pdf
Chandrakumara, DPS.  2008.  Role of Family in Human Capital Formation: Implications for Poverty Reduction in Sri Lanka. , Colombo: University of Sri Jayewardenepura (Split with Uppsala)
Chandrakumara, DPS.  2010.  Quantitative Qualitative and Mixed Methods. Research Methodology Training Module. , Colombo: Ministry of Higher Education/World Bank