Shanthi Senthe

Shanthi teaches in the areas of corporate commercial law. She is a PhD candidate at Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, Toronto. Her doctoral research examines banking and finance regulation and governance within the financial inclusion context.


Shanthi teaches in the areas of corporate commercial law. She is a PhD candidate at Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, Toronto. Her doctoral research examines banking and finance regulation and governance within the financial inclusion context.



ARTICLES BY Shanthi Senthe



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Redesigning the economy

Sri Lanka’s post-war reconstruction through Islamic microfinance “When we resettled here after the war, I needed to


Sri Lanka’s post-war reconstruction through Islamic microfinance “When we resettled here after the war, I needed to obtain financing to start a small business…to help my family,” Regina, a 46 year old small-scale entrepreneur, who resides in near the beautiful coastal town of Muttur, tells me. Regina is part of a new surge of beneficiaries […]