A R N D Ramanayaka

A R N D Ramanayaka
University of Kelaniya · Department of Sport Science and Physical Eduction

B.A. (Economics), M.A (Economics), Mphil (Economics) Reading PhD in Sport Economics at La Trobe University Melbourne

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Introduction
A R N D Ramanayaka currently works at the Department of Sport Science and Physical Eduction, University of Kelaniya. A R N D does research in Econometric and Sport Economics. The current project is "Decent Retirement of Cricket Players"
Additional affiliations
October 2008 - February 2015
University of Kelaniya
Position
  • Lecturer
October 2008 - February 2016
University of Kelaniya
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  • false
July 2007 - present
University of Kelaniya
Position
  • Lecturere
Education
May 2011 - January 2014
University of Kelaniaya
Field of study
  • Sport Economics
May 2007 - May 2008
University of Kelaniya
Field of study
  • Economics
February 2003 - April 2007
University of Kelaniya
Field of study
  • Economics

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Publications (34)
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Cricket fans have a doubt when they sit in front of the TV to watch the game. It is about what actually they are watching, whether the match or TV Commercials (TVC). Therefore, this study was mainly focused on finding the impact of “Fanaticism” (FAN) on “Brand Recall” (BR) of products which being telecasted during the cricket match subjectively wit...
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Cricket fans have a doubt when they sit in front of the TV to watch the game. It is about what actually they are watching, whether the match or TV Commercials (TVC). Therefore, this study was mainly focused on finding the impact of "Fanaticism" (FAN) on "Brand Recall" (BR) of products which being telecasted during the cricket match subjectively wit...
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In this study, researchers compared the personality characteristics (neuroticism, extraversion, openness to experience, agreeableness and conscientiousness) non-athlete students and student athlete's university of Kelaniya. The study population included all students (boys and girls), university of Kelaniya. The study sample included 200 students fr...
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The industrial revolution life style of the people has changed, due to that busy life style people needs have been changed according their living stranded and earn money. Turnover is a one of major challenges which is facing the organizations as a result of the booming of industries in the world (Ahmed, Sabir, Khosa, Ahmad, & Bilal, 2016). Apparel...
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This is regarding valuation the players in professional sport. The common approach to measure the players was objective. This study try to catch the subjective measurement in consistence way.
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Adventure sports are getting more a prominent place in tourism as an emerging industry in Sri Lanka. All adventure sports contain a risk of life. Risk is a central element of the adventure tourism experience. Measuring the Perceived Risk (PR) of participation has no precisely developed instrument especially in Sri Lankan context. Therefore, this re...
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The responsibility of a batsmen in the pitch is getting more runs at given number of balls (300) in an inning. Higher strike rate makes better score for batting team, so anticipation of each player on the pitch is getting high runs during his batting time. The anticipation of bowlers on the fielding side are to make restrictions to batmen against h...
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Public Service Organizations in Sri Lanka are currently facing the retirement of many older workers and the challenge of recruiting and retaining young talent.To most effectively attract and manage this new cohort of employees, organizations need to have a clear understanding of the work values of the new generation and how they may differ from the...
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TheOlympic Game being considered as the most competitive and major sport event in the world. Consequently, studies based on Olympic performance yield an important place in the sport studies. The main purpose of this study is to examine thepredication capacity of predicators which have been reviled by several authors previously. Among those studies...
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TheOlympic Game being considered as the most competitive and major sport event in the world. Consequently, studies based on Olympic performance yield an important place in the sport studies. The main purpose of this study is to examine thepredication capacity of predicators which have been reviled by several authors previously. Among those studies...
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TheOlympic Game being considered as the most competitive and major sport event in the world. Consequently, studies based on Olympic performance yield an important place in the sport studies. The main purpose of this study is to examine thepredication capacity of predicators which have been reviled by several authors previously. Among those studies...
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Open spacewhich refers to the land set aside during the development process is a contemporary topic as it is mandatory for a healthy education environment.As the intake of undergraduates of University of Kelaniya (UOK) are increasing significantly, available open space and the per capita open space of UOK are decreasing.Quantitative research approa...
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In European society trends to spend their time on brass band concerts, classical music festival, athletic competitions, and soccer match according to Midwinter and Grace (1981). The spectator contribution in cricket in the Victorian era is considered a significant role. In 1840s there were only 3000-4000 spectators to witness a test cricket encount...
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Previous research has shown that the presence of natural areas is beneficial to human well-being. However, to date there have been few published studies of the effects that the condition of natural areas have on well-being. It is hypothesized that urban parks which are perceived to be in better condition are visited more often by visitors, and will...
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The aim of this study was to conform the relationship between predicta-ble variables and Parking Visiting Value (PVV) as Latent variable. Park Visiting Value (PVV) can't be directly observed. Therefore it is used conceptual model to estimate the PVV depending on literature. The model shows that PVV is a latent vari-able which has three predictors c...
Thesis
Cricket is one of the most popular sports in the world; it is second popular sport in terms of TV viewership. After having vast changes at present cricket has become a big commercial business. The commercialization of this sport resulted in make many changes of the field, such as one day international (ODI), T-20 cricket etc. The rules and regulati...
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This paper examines that the probability distribution of scoring process and getting out in the ODI, in term of efficient decision for rearranging the batting order of ongoing match. The challenging factors to the scoring process are the target to be archived, number of balls remaining and wicket in hand. The hypothesis was that there is a signific...
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Universities are predominantly engaged in two activities: teaching and research. Teaching is defined as dissemination of knowledge and research is defined as generating knowledge. Both activities are equally important. There is lot of criticism from several quarters on the passive role played by the universities in Sri Lanka with regard to teaching...
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The University spends annually a considerable amount of their funds for the development of sport facilities. The amount spent on sport facilities has to be evaluated by comparing total spent with the number of students participating sporting activities. This condition indicates a verity of indicators. The administrators’ states that the students ar...
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ABSTRACT The University spends annually a considerable amount of their funds for the development of sport facilities. The amount spent on sport facilities has to be evaluated by comparing the total spent with the number of students participating in sport activities. This condition indicates a variety of indicators. The administrators state that t...
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Proceedin g s o f t h e A n n u a l R e s e a r c h S y m p o s i u m 2 0 0 9-F a c u l t y o f G r a d u a t e S t u d i e s , U n i v e r s i t y o f K e l a n iya ABSTRACT Universities are predominantly engaged in two activities-Teaching and Research. Teaching is defined as disseminating of knowledge and research is defined as generating knowled...

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these two wards are time to time appeared in text book specially in research articles. Some explanation says that no difference between two concept of regression
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Specially in social sciences, exploratory studies requires to find the value and impact size of the latent variable in regression model.
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Specially in Social Sciences
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If there any methods to validate the data set

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This research project aims to explore how selectors do their judgment and decision making in the context of team-athlete selection and to what extent those decisions tend to be cognitive biased.