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# Year Issue Author(s) Topic
2522019Volume 24, Number 1, January-June 2019Pathmaseelan, S. K.; Mendis, Trevor.The Impact of Positive Psychology on Occupational Stress in Banking Sector Employees of Sri Lanka.Abstract
2512019Volume 24, Number 1, January-June 2019Mendis, S. A.; Dharmasiri, Ajantha S. The Impact of Multiple Intelligences on Individual Work Performance and the Role of Generations.Abstract
2502018Volume 23, Number 2, July-December 2018Fernando, S. S. N.; Fonseka, Asoka. The Influence of Board Diversity on Firm Performance.Abstract
2492018Volume 23, Number 2, July-December 2018 Karunanayake, T.; Samarasinghe, D. The Effect of Perceived Risk on the Purchase Intention of Alternative Fuel Vehicles.Abstract
2482018Volume 23, Number 2, July-December 2018Madushanka, H. A. R. P.; Dharmasiri, Ajantha S.The Impact of Corporate Governance Performance on Corporate Sustainability: A Sri Lankan Perspective.Abstract
2472018Volume 23, Number 2, July-December 2018Basnayaka, W. B. M. D.; Jayakody, J. A. S. K. The Effect of Team Knowledge Management Practices on Team Performance: The Moderating Effect of Transformational Leadership and Team Cohesiveness.Abstract
2462018Volume 23, Number 1, January-June 2018Wanniarachchi, H. E. Organizational-Level Factors Affecting Brain Drain in Highly-Skilled Industries in Developing Countries.Abstract
2452018Volume 23, Number 1, January-June 2018Muthulingam, Aruna; Kumara, Ajantha Sisira.Gender Influences on the Ethical Intentions of Employees: A Study Based on the Sri Lankan Public Sector.Abstract
2442018Volume 23, Number 1, January-June 2018Panagoda, Sithira Nandula; Jayawickrama, Dushan. Consumer Social Media Brand Engagement, Brand Equity and Generational Cohorts.Abstract
2432018Volume 23, Number 1, January-June 2018Alahakoon, T. H.; Udunuwara, U. K. M. I.Visitor Experiences Generated through Intangible Cultural Heritage: With Special Reference to Sri Lanka as a Tourist Destination.Abstract