The University
of Queensland

image of Clem Tisdel

Email

c.tisdell@uq.edu.au

Phone

+61 7 3365 6570

Fax

+61 7 3365 7299

Location

618 [colin clark building]

Professor Clem Tisdell

Emeritus Professor, The University of Queensland

Working papers

Jump to section

Economics, Ecology and Environment

Working paper No. 190 - May 2013
Nature-based Tourism in Developing Countries: Issues and Case Studies. By Clem Tisdell. (Pp 59).
Working Paper No. 189 - April 2013
Managing Ecosystem Services for Human Benefit: Economic and Environmental Policy Challenges. By Clem Tisdell and Dayuan Xue (Pp. 21)
Working Paper No. 188 - December 2012
Climate Change - Predictions, Economic Consequences, and the Relevance of Environmental Kuznets Curves by Clem Tisdell, December, 2012. Pp. 1-20.
Working Paper No. 187 - December 2012
Sustaining Economic Development and the Value of Economic Production: Different Views and Difficulty Problems by Clem Tisdell (Pp. 1-23)
Working Paper No 186 - December 2012
The Nature of Ecological and Environmental Economics and its Growing Importance by Clem Tisdell (Pp. 1-21)
Working Paper No 185 - December, 2012
Biodiversity Conservation: Concepts and Economic Issues with Chinese Examples by Clem Tisdell (Pp. 1-22).
Working Paper No 184 - December, 2012
Ecosystem Services - A Re-examination of Some Procedures for Determining their Economic Value by Clem Tisdell (Pp. 1-12)
Working Paper No 183 - December, 2012
Sustainable Agriculture: An Update by Clem Tisdell (Pp. 1-28)
Working Paper No 182 - June 2012
Conserving Forest Wildlife and other Ecosystem Services: Opportunity Costs and The Valuation of Alternative Logging Regimes by Clem Tisdell (Pp. 1-32).
Working Paper No 181 - June 2012
Economic Benefits, Conservation and Wildlife Tourism by Clem Tisdell (Pp. 1-34)
Working Paper No. 180 - June 2012
Biodiversity Change and Sustainable Development: New Perspectives by Clem Tisdell. (Pp. 1-19).
Working Paper No:179 - June 2012
Sustainable Development Planning: Allowing for Future Generation, Time and Uncertainty by Clem Tisdell. (Pp.1-18)
Working Paper No. 178 - June 2012
Ecotourism Experiences Promoting Conservation and Changing Economic Values: The Case of Mon Repos Turtles by Clem Tisdell. (Pp. 1-23)
Working Paper No. 177 - September 2011
Economics of Controlling Vertebrate Wildlife: The Pest-Asset Dichotomy and Environmental Conflict. (Pp. 1-14).
Working Paper No:176 - September 2011
Economics, Ecology and GMOs: Sustainability, Precaution and Related Issues by Clem Tisdell. (Pp.1-33)
Working Paper No. 175 - September 2011
Selective Logging and the Economics of Conserving Forest Wildlife Species e.g. Orangutans by Clem Tisdell. (Pp. 1-20)
Working Paper No. 174 - December 2010
Sustainable Development and Intergenerational Equity: Issues Relevant to India and Globally by Clem Tisdell. (Pp. 1-16)
Working Paper No. 173 - October 2010
Antarctic tourism: Environmental concerns and the importance of Antarctica’s natural attractions for tourists by Clem Tisdell (pp: 1-47)
Working Paper No. 172 - October 2010
World Heritage Listing of Australian Natural Sites: Effects on Tourism, Economic Value and Conservation by Clem Tisdell (pp. 1-41).
Working Paper No. 171 - September 2010
Economic Growth and Transition in Vietnam and China and its Consequences for their Agricultural Sectors: Policy and Agricultural Adjustment Issues by Clem Tisdell (pp. 1-26).
Working Paper No. 170 - August 2010
Sharing Nature’s Wealth through Wildlife Tourism: Its Economic, Sustainability and Conservation Benefits by Clem Tisdell (pp.1-13)
Working Paper No. 169 - August 2010
A Case Study of an NGO’s Ecotourism Efforts: Findings Based on a Survey of Visitors to its Tropical Nature Reserve by Clem Tisdell (pp. 1-32)
Working Paper No. 168 - August 2010
The Survival of a Forest-Dependent Species and the Economics of Intensity of Logging: A Note. By Clem Tisdell (pp. 1-9)
Working Paper No. 167 - July 2010
Core Issues in the Economics of Biodiversity Conservation by Clem Tisdell (pp. 1-24)
Working Paper No. 166 - July 2010
The Influence on Public Attitudes on Polices for Conserving Reptiles by Clem Tisdell (pp. 1-17)
Working Paper No. 165 - June 2010
Conservation Value by Clem Tisdell (pp. 1-9)
Working Paper No. 164 - June 2010
Are tourists rational? Destination decisions and other results from a survey of visitors to a North-Queensland natural site - Jourama Falls. By Clem Tisdell (pp. 1-42).
Working Paper No. 163 - May 2010
Notes on the Economics of Control of Wildlife Pests by Clem Tisdell (pp. 1-8).
Working Paper No. 162 - February 2010
Comparative Costs and Conservation Policies for the Survival of the Orangutan and Other Species by Clem Tisdell and Hemanath Swarna Nantha (Pp. 1-21)
Working Paper No: 161 - February, 2010
Managing Forests for Sustainable Economic Development: Optimal Use and Conservation of Forests by Clem Tisdell. (Pp. 1-17)
Working Paper No. 160 - November 2009
Environmental Governance, Globalisation and Economic Performance. By Clem Tisdell, (pp. 1-20).
Working Paper No. 159 - September 2009
The Production of Biofuels: Welfare and Environmental Consequences for Asia. By Clem Tisdell (pp. 1-30).
Working Paper No. 158 - September 2009
The Precautionary Principle Revisited: Its Interpretations and their Conservation Consequences. By Clem Tisdell (pp. 1-23).
Working Paper No. 157 - June 2009.
The Sustainability of Cotton Production in China and Australia: Comparative Economic and Environmental Issues by Xufu Zhao and Clem Tisdell. (pp. 1-34)
Working Paper No. 156 - June 2009
Is Posner’s Principle of Justice an Adequate Basis for Environmental Law? by Clem Tisdell (pp. 1-11).
Working Paper No: 155 - April 2009
Notes on Biodiversity Conservation, The Rate of Interest and Discounting by Clem Tisdell (pp. 1-10).
Working Paper No: 154 - February, 2009
Agricultural Sustainability and the Introduction of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) by Clem Tisdell. (pp. 1-17).
Working Paper No. 153: October 2008
Economics, Ecology and the Development and Use of GMOs: General Considerations and Biosafety Issues by Clem Tisdell (pp. 1-18)
Working Paper No. 152: October 2008
The Orangutan-Oil Palm Conflict: Economic Constraints and Opportunities for Conservation by Hemanath Swarna Nantha and Clem Tisdell (pp. 1-35)
Working Paper No. 151: September 2008
Supply-side Policies to Conserve Biodiversity and Save the Orangutan from Oil Palm Expansion: An Economic Assessment by Clem Tisdell and Hemanath Swarna Nantha. (pp. 1-12)
Working Paper No: 150: August 2008
Global Property Rights in Genetic Resources: Do They Involve Sound Economics? Will They Conserve Nature and Biodiversity? by Clem Tisdell. (pp. 1-18)
Working Paper No: 149 - June, 2008
Wildlife Conservation and the Value of New Zealand’s Otago Peninsula: Economic Impacts and Other Considerations by Clem Tisdell. (pp: 1-21)
Working Paper No: 148 - June, 2008
Complex Policy Choices about Agricultural Externalities: Efficiency, Equity and Acceptability by Clem Tisdell. (pp: 1-29)
Working Paper No: 147 - November 2007
Global Warming and the Future of Pacific Island Countries by Clem Tisdell. (pp.1-20).
Working Paper No: 146 - November 2007
Policy Choices about Agricultural Externalities and Sustainability: Diverse Approaches, Options and Issues by Clem Tisdell. (pp. 1-23).
Working Paper No: 145 - November 2007
Valuing the Otago Peninsula: The Economic Benefits of Conservation by Clem Tisdell. (pp. 1-16).
Working Paper No: 144 - November 2007
The Economic Importance of Wildlife Conservation on the Otago Peninsula - 20 Years on by Clem Tisdell. (pp.1-18).
Working Paper No: 143 - July 2007
Economics of Pearl Oyster Culture by Clem Tisdell and Bernard Poirine. (Pp.1-28).
Working Paper No: 142 - May 2007
The State of the Environment and the Availability of Natural Resources by Clem Tisdell. (pp. 1-31).
Working Paper No: 141 - May 2007
Poverty, Policy Reforms for Resource-use and Economic Efficiency: Neglected Issues by Clem Tisdell. (pp. 1-17).
Working Paper No: 140 - April 2007
Institutional Economics and the Behaviour of Conservation Organization: Implications for Biodiversity Conservation by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 139 - April 2007
Economic Change and Environmental Issues: Policy Reforms and Concerns in Australian Agriculture by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 138 - March 2007
Conservation of the Proboscis Monkey and the Orangutan in Borneo: Comparative Issues and Economic Considerations by Clem Tisdell and Hemanath Swarna Nantha.
Working Paper No: 137 - November 2006
Notes on the Economics of Fish Biodiversity: Linkages between Aquaculture and Fisheries by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 136 - November 2006
Global Property Rights in Genetic Resources: An Economic Assessment by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 135 - November 2006
Poverty, Political Failure and the Use of Open Access Resources in Developing Countries by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 134 - November 2006
Economics of Controlling Livestock Diseases: Basic Theory by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 133 - November 2005
The History and Value of the Elephant in Sri Lankan Society by Ranjith Bandara and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 132 - October 2005
The Environment and the Selection of Aquaculture Species and Systems: An Economic Analysis by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 131 - September 2005
Crocodile Farms and Management of Saltwater Crocodiles in Northern Territory: Results of a Survey of NT Crocodile Farmers Plus Analysis of Secondary Information by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 130 - September 2005
A Report on the Management of Saltwater Crocodiles (Crocodylus porosus) in the Northern Territory: Results of a Survey of Pastoralists by Clem Tisdell, Clevo Wilson and Hemanath Swarna Nantha.
Working Paper No: 129 - August 2005
Knowledge about a Species’ Conservation Status and Funding for its Preservation: Analysis by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 128 - August 2005
Linking Policies for Biodiversity Conservation with Advances in Behavioral Economics by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 127 - August 2005
Public Attitudes to the Use of Wildlife by Aboriginal Australians: Marketing of Wildlife and its Conservation by Clem Tisdell and Hemanath Swarna Nantha.
Working Paper No: 126 - August 2005
Management, Conservation and Farming of Saltwater Crocodiles: An Australian Cast Study of Sustainable Commercial Use by Clem Tisdell and Hemanath Swarna Nantha.
Working Paper No: 125 - June 2005
Comparison of Funding and Demand for the Conservation of the Charismatic Koala with those for the Critically Endangered Wombat Lasiorhinus krefftii by Clem Tisdell and Hemanath Swarna Nantha.
Working Paper No: 124 - June 2005
Public Valuation of and Attitudes towards the Conservation and Use of the Hawksbill Turtle: An Australian Case Study by Clem Tisdell, Hemanath Swarna Nantha and Clevo Wilson.
Working Paper No: 123 - June 2005
Knowledge about a Species’ Conservation Status and Funding for its Preservation: Analysis by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 122 - April 2005
Dynamic Processes in the Contingent Valuation of an Endangered Mammal Species by Clem Tisdell, Clevo Wilson and Hemanath Swarna Nantha.
Working Paper No: 121 - April 2005
Sustainable Agriculture by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 120 - March 2005
Elephants and Polity in Ancient India as Exemplified by Kautilya’s Arthasastra (Science of Polity) by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 119 - March 2005
Resource Entitlements of Indigenous Minorities, Their Poverty and Conservation of Nature: Status of Australian Aborigines, Comparisons with India’s Tribals, Theory and Changing Policies Globally by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 118 - March 2005
Economic Incentives for Global Conservation of Wildlife: New International Policy Directions by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 117 - March 2005
Public Choice of Species for the Ark: Phylogenetic Similarity and Preferred Wildlife Species for Survival by Clem Tisdell, Clevo Wilson and Hemanath Swarna Nantha, March 2005.
Working Paper No: 116 - February 2005
How Knowledge Affects Payment to Conserve and Endangered Bird by Clevo Wilson and Clem Tisdell
Working Paper No: 122 - April 2005
Dynamic Processes in the Contingent Valuation of an Endangered Mammal Species by Clem Tisdell, Clevo Wilson and Hemanath Swarna Nantha.
Working Paper No: 121 - April 2005
Sustainable Agriculture by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 120 - March 2005
Elephants and Polity in Ancient India as Exemplified by Kautilya’s Arthasastra (Science of Polity) by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 119 - March 2005
Resource Entitlements of Indigenous Minorities, Their Poverty and Conservation of Nature: Status of Australian Aborigines, Comparisons with India’s Tribals, Theory and Changing Policies Globally by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 118 - March 2005
Economic Incentives for Global Conservation of Wildlife: New International Policy Directions by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 117 - March 2005
Public Choice of Species for the Ark: Phylogenetic Similarity and Preferred Wildlife Species for Survival by Clem Tisdell, Clevo Wilson and Hemanath Swarna Nantha, March 2005.
Working Paper No: 116 - February 2005
How Knowledge Affects Payment to Conserve and Endangered Bird by Clevo Wilson and Clem Tisdell
Working Paper No: 115 - December 2004
Endangerment and Likeability of Wildlife Species: How Important are they for Proposed Payments for Conservation by Clem Tisdell, Hemanath Swarna Nantha and Clevo Wilson.
Working Paper No: 114 - December 2004
Public Support for Sustainable Commercial Harvesting of Wildlife: An Australian Case Study by Clem Tisdell, Clevo Wilson and Hemanath Swarna Nantha.
Working Paper No: 113 - December 2004
What role does knowledge of wildlife play in providing support for species’ conservation by Clevo Wilson and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 112 - November 2004
Economics, Wildlife Tourism and Conservation: Three Case Studies by Clem Tisdell and Clevo Wilson.
Working Paper No: 111 - November 2004
Dynamic Processes in Contingent Valuation: A Case Study Involving the Mahogany Glider by Clem Tisdell, Clevo Wilson and Hemanath Swarna Nantha.
Working Paper No: 110 - October 2004
Dependence of public support for survival of wildlife species on their likeability by Clem Tisdell, Clevo Wilson and Hemanath Swarna Nantha.
Working Paper No: 109 - August 2004
Comparative Public Support for Conserving Reptile Species is High: Australian Evidence and its Implications, by Clem Tisdell, Clevo Wilson and Hemanath Swarna Nantha.
Working Paper No: 108- October 2004
What are the Economic Prospects of Developing Aquaculture in Queensland to Supply the Low Price White Fillet Market? Lessons from the US Channel Catfish Industry, by Thorbjorn Lyster and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 107 - August 2004
Information and Wildlife Valuation: Experiments and Policy by Clem Tisdell and Clevo Wilson.
Working Paper No: 106 - August 2004
Australian Tropical Reptile Species: Ecological Status, Public Valuation and Attitudes to their Conservation and Commercial Use by Clem Tisdell, Clevo Wilson and Hemanath Swarna Nantha.
Working Paper No: 105 - July 2004
Glow Worms as a Tourist Attraction in Springbrook National Park: Visitor Attitudes and Economic Issues, by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 104 - May 2004
Nature-Based Tourism and the Valuation of its Environmental Resources: Economic and Other Aspects by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 103 - May 2004
Birds in an Australian Rainforest: Their Attraction for Visitors and Visitors’ Ecological Impacts by Clem Tisdell and Clevo Wilson.
Working Paper No: 102 - May 2004
Antarctic Tourists, Wildlife and the Environment: Attractions and Reactions to Antarctica by Clem Tisdell, May 2004.
Working Paper No: 101 - May 2004
Knowledge and Willingness to Pay for the Conservation of Wildlife Species: Experimental Results Evaluating Australian Tropical Species by Clem Tisdell and Clevo Wilson.
Working Paper No: 100 -May 2004
An Initial Assessment of Policies for Saving a Rare Australian Glider: Experimental Results, Economics and Ecology by Clem Tisdell, Clevo Wilson and Hemanath Swarna Nantha.
Working Paper No: 99 - April 2004
Antarctic Tourists: A Case Study of Their Evaluation of Antarctic Wildlife and Environmental Issues by Clem Tisdell, Clevo Wilson and Lorne Kriwoken.
Working Paper No: 98 - April 2004
Effects of a Change in Abundance of Elephants on Willingness to Pay for Their Conservation by Ranjith Bandara and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 97 - April 2004
Recreational Fishing and Fishing Policies in the Netherlands and Australia: A Comparative Review by Ruben R. C. M. Hurkens and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 96 - January 2004
Knowledge of Birds and Willingness to Pay for their Conservation: An Australian Case Study by Clevo Wilson and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 95 - January 2004
Birds - Their Importance to Visitors to an Australian Rainforest by Clevo Wilson and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 94 - January 2004
Tourism as a Contributor to Development in Sri Lanka: An Overview and a Case Study by Clem Tisdell and Ranjith Bandara.
Working Paper No: 93 - December 2003
Recreational Fishing: Its Expansion, Its Economic Value and Aquaculture’s Role in Sustaining It by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 92 - December 2003
Economic Incentives to Conserve Wildlife on Private Lands: Analysis and Policy by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 91 - January 2004
Influences on Knowledge of Wildlife Species on Patterns of Willingness to Pay for their Conservation by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 90 - December 2003
Does Ecotourism Contribute to Sea Turtle Conservation? Is the Flagship Status of Turtles Advantageous? by Clem Tisdell and Clevo Wilson.
Working Paper No: 89 - December 2003
Notes on Market Failure and the Paretian (Kaldor-Hicks) Relevance and Irrelevance of Unfavourable Externalities by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 88 - October 2003
Economics of Wildlife Tourism by Clem Tisdell and Clevo Wilson.
Working Paper No: 87 - October 2003
The Net Benefit of Saving the Asian Elephant: A Policy and Contingent Valuation Study by Ranjith Bandara and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 86 - September 2003
Conflicts Over Natural Resources and the Environment: Economics and Security by Clevo Wilson and Clem Tisdell
Working Paper No: 85 - September 2003
Willingness to Pay for Different Degrees of Abundance of Elephants by Ranjith Bandara and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 84 - August 2003
Wildlife-Based Recreation and Local Economic Development: The Case of the Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage in Sri Lanka by Clem Tisdell and Ranjith Bandara.
Working Paper No: 83 - August 2003
Property Rights of Landholders in Non-Captive Wildlife and Prospects for Conservation by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 82 - August 2003
Visitors Reaction to Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage in Sri Lanka by Clem Tisdell and Ranjith Bandara.
Working Paper No: 81- August 2003
Valuation of Tourism’s Natural Resources by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 80 - June 2003
Use and Non-use Values of Wild Asian Elephants: A Total Economic Valuation Approach by Ranjith Bandara and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 79 - June 2003
Attitudes to entry fees to national parks: Results and policy implications from a Queensland case study by Clevo Wilson and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 78 - May 2003
Open-Cycle Hatcheries, Tourism and Conservation of Sea Turtles: Economic and Ecological Analysis by Clem Tisdell and Clevo Wilson.
Working Paper No: 77 - May 2003
Wildlife damage, insurance/compensation for farmers and conservation: Sri Lankan elephants as a case by Ranjith Bandara and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 76 - March 2003
Visitor Profiles and Environmental Attributes, especially of Birds, Attracting Visitors to Lamington National Park: Tourist Attitudes and Economic Issues by Clem Tisdell and Clevo Wilson.
Working Paper No: 75 - March 2003
Ecotourism/Wildlife-based Tourism as Contributor to Nature Conservation with Reference to Vanni, Sri Lanka by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 74 - February 2003
The Public’s Knowledge of and Support for Conservation of Australia’s Tree-kangaroos by Clem Tisdell and Clevo Wilson.
Working Paper No: 73 - January 2003
Willingness of Sri Lankan Farmers to Pay for a Scheme to Conserve Elephants: An Empirical Analysis by Ranjith Bandara and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 72 - September 2002
Energy-Use, the Environment and Development: Observations with Reference to China and India by Clem Tisdell and Kartik Roy.
Working Paper No: 71 - August 2002
Empirical Evidence Showing The Relationships Between Three Approaches For Pollution Control by Clevo Wilson.
Working Paper No: 70 - June 2002
Socioeconomic Causes of loss of Genetic Diversity: Analysis and Assessment by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 69 - May 2002
Will Bangladesh’s Economic Growth Solve its Environmental Problems? by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 68 - May 2002
Bioeconomic Analysis of Aquaculture’s Impact on Wild Stocks and Biodiversity by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 67 - May 2002
Willingness to Pay for Conservation of the Asian Elephant in Sri Lanka: A Contingent Valuation Study by Ranjith Bandara and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 66 - May 2002
Rural and Urban Attitudes to the Conservation of Asian Elephants in Sri Lanka: Empirical Evidence by Ranjith Bandara and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 65 - February 2002
Asian Elephants as Agricultural Pests: Damages, Economics of Control and Compensation in Sri Lanka by Ranjith Bandara and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 64 - February 2002
Conservation and Economic Benefits of Wildlife-Based Marine tourism: Sea Turtles and Whales as Case Studies by Clevo Wilson and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 63 - October 2001
Aquaculture Economics and Marketing: An Overview by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 62 - October 2001
Competition, Evolution and Optimisation: Comparisons of Models in Economics and Ecology by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 61 - October 2001
Aquaculture, Environmental Spillovers and Sustainable Development: Links and Policy Choices by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 60 - September 2001
World Heritage Listing of Australian Natural Sites: Tourism Stimulus and its Economic Value by Clem Tisdell and Clevo Wilson.
Working Paper No: 59 - June 2001
Conserving Asian Elephants: Economic Issues Illustrated by Sri Lankan Concerns by Ranjith Bandara and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 58 - May 2001
Alternative Specifications and Extensions of the Economic Threshold Concept and the Control of Livestock Pests by Rex Davis and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 57 - March 2001
Analysis of Property Values, Local Government Finances and Reservation of Land for National Parks and Similar Purposes by Clem Tisdell and Leonie Pearson.
Working Paper No: 56 - March 2001
Environmental Regulations of Land-use and Public Compensation: Principles with Swiss and Australian Examples by Irmi Seidl, Clem Tisdell and Steve Harrison.
Working Paper No: 55 - December 2000
A Study of the Impact of Ecotourism on Environmental Education and Conservation: The Case of Turtle Watching at an Australian Site by Clem Tisdell and Clevo Wilson.
Working Paper No: 54 - November 2000
Wildlife-based Tourism and Increased Tourist Support for Nature Conservation Financially and Otherwise: Evidence from Sea Turtle Ecotourism at Mon Repos by Clem Tisdell and Clevo Wilson.
Working Paper No: 53 - November 2000
Why Farmers Continue to use Pesticides despite Environmental, Health and Sustainability Costs by Clevo Wilson and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 52 - October 2000
Economics, Educational and Conservation Benefits of Sea Turtle Based Ecotourism: A Study Focused on Mon Repos by Clem Tisdell and Clevo Wilson.
Working Paper No: 51 - October 2000
Resources Management within Nature Reserves in China by Dayuan Xue.
Working Paper No: 50 - September 2000
The Winnipeg Principles, WTO and Sustainable Development: Proposed Policies for Reconciling Trade and the Environment by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 49 - August 2000
Effects of Cartagena Biosafety Protocol on Trade in GMOs, WTO Implications, and Consequences for China (Chinese version) by Dayuan Xue and Clem Tisdell
Working Paper No: 48 - August 2000
Effects of Cartagena Biosafety Protocol on Trade in GMOs, WTO Implications, and Consequences for China (English version) by Dayuan Xue and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 47 - August 2000
Environmental Impact of China’s Accession to WTO in the Manufacturing Sector by Joseph Chai.
Working Paper No: 46 - August 2000
Globalisation, WTO and Sustainable Development by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 45 - August 2000
Developing Ecotourism for the Survival of Sea Turtles by Clem Tisdell and Clevo Wilson.
Working Paper No: 44 - August 2000
Tourism and Conservation of Sea Turtles by Clem Tisdell and Clevo Wilson.
Working Paper No: 43 - August 2000
Trends and Development in India’s Livestock Industry by Clem Tisdell and Jyothi Gali.
Working Paper No: 42 - June 2000
Trade and Environment: Evidence from China’s Manufacturing Sector by Joseph C. H. Chai.
Working Paper No: 41 - May 2000
Sustainability: The Economic Bottom Line by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 40 - May 2000
Globalisation and the WTO: Attitudes Expressed by Pressure Groups and by Less Developed Countries by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 39 - March 2000
Free Trade, Globalisation, the Environment and Sustainability: Major Issues and the Position of WTO by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 38 - March 2000
Neglected Features of the Safe Minimum Standard: Socio-economics and Institutional Dimension by Irmi Seidl and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 37 - March 2000
Valuing Ecological Functions of Biodiversity in Changbaishan Mountain Biosphere Reserve in Northeast China by Dayuan Xue and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 36 - August 1999
Safety and Socio-Economic Issues Raised by Modern Biotechnology by Dayuan Xue and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 35 - August 1999
Technology Transfer from Publicly Funded Research for improved Water Management: Analysis and Australian Examples by Clem Tisdell
Working Paper No: 34 - August 1999
Co-evolution, Agricultural Practices and Sustainability: Some Major Social and Ecological Issues by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 33 - August 1999
Transitional Economics and Economics Consequences by Clem Tisdell. Globalization: Social and Environmental
Working Paper No: 32 - August 1999
Sea Turtles as a Non-Consumptive Tourism Resource in Australia by Clevo Wilson and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 31 - February 1999
Trends and Developments in India’s Livestock Industries by Clem Tisdell and Jyothi Gali.
Working Paper No: 30 - December 1998
Australian Environmental Issues: An Overview by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 29 - November 1998
Protecting the Environment in Transitional Situations.
Working Paper No: 28 - November 1998
Basic Economics of Tourism: An Overview.
Working Paper No: 27 - October 1998
Wider Dimensions of Tourism Economics: A Review of Impact Analyses, International Aspects, Development Issues, Sustainability and Environmental Aspects of Tourism.
Working Paper No: 26 - September 1998
Ecotourism: Aspects of its Sustainability and Compatibility with Conservation, Social and Other Objectives.
Working Paper No: 25 - August 1998
Asia’s (Especially China’s) Livestock Industries: Changes and Environmental Consequences by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 24 - August 1998
Socio-Economics of Pearl Culture: Industry Changes and Comparisons Focussing on Australia and French Polynesia by Clem Tisdell and Bernard Poirine.
Working Paper No: 23 - January 1998
Asia’s Livestock Industries: Changes and Environmental Consequences by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 22 - January 1998
Co-Evolutions in Asia, Markets and Globalization by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 21 - January 1998
A Report Prepared for the Queensland Commercial Fisherman’s Organisation by Gavin Ramsay, Clem Tisdell and Steve Harrison (Dept of Economics); David Pullar and Samantha Sun (Dept of Geographical Sciences and Planning) in conjunction with Ian Tibbetts (The School of Marine Science).
Working Paper No: 20 - November 1997
Ecotourism: Aspects of its Sustainability and Compatibility by Clem Tisdell, November 1997.
Working Paper No: 19 - November 1997
Deforestation Mechanisms: A Survey by D.H. Wibowo and R.N. Byron.
Working Paper No: 18 - October 1997
Compensation for the taking of Resources Interests: Practices in Relations to the Wet Tropics and Fraser Island, General Principles and their Relevance to the Extension of Dugong Protected Areas by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 17 - October 1997
A Review of Reports on Optimal Australian Dugong Populations and Proposed Action/Conservation Plans: An Economic Perspective by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 16 - August 1997
Brunei’s Quest for Sustainable Development: Diversification and Other Strategies by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 15 - May 1997
Tourism Economics and its Application to Regional Development by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 14 - May 1997
Impact on the Poor of Changing Rural Environments and Technologies: Evidence from India and Bangladesh by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 13 - April 1997
Agricultural Sustainability in Marginal Areas: Principles, Policies and Examples form Asia by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 12 - April 1997
Economic Policy Instruments and Environmental Sustainability: A Second Look at Marketable or Tradeable Pollution or Environmental-Use Permits by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 11 - April 1997
Weak and Strong Conditions for Sustainable Development: Clarification of concepts and their Policy Application by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 10 - April 1997
China’s Environmental Problems with Particular Attention to its Energy Supply and Air Quality by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 9 - April 1997
Sectoral Change, Urbanisation and South Asia’s Environment in Global Context by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 8 - January 1997
Deforestation and Capital Accumulation: Lessons from the Upper Kerinci Region, Indonesia by Dradjad H. Wibowo, Clement a. Tisdell and R. Neil Byron.
Working Paper No: 7 - December 1996
Poverty and Its Alleviation in Yunnan Province China: Sources, Policies and Solutions by Ren Zhuge and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 6 - December 1996
Integrated Regional Environmental Studies: The Role of Environmental Economics by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 5 - November 1996
Sustainable Development and Environmental Conservation: Major Regional Issues with Asian Illustrations by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 4 - November 1996
Sustainability Issues and Socio-Economic Change in the Jingpo Communities of China: Governance, Culture and Land Rights by Ren Zhuge and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 3 - November 1996
Good Governance in Sustainable Development: The Impact of Institutions by K.C.Roy and C.A.Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 2 - November 1996
Protection of the Environment in Transitional Economies: Strategies and Practices by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 1 - November 1996
Governance, Property Rights and Sustainable Resource Use: Analysis with Indian Ocean Rim Examples by Clem Tisdell and Kartik Roy.

Economic Theory, Applications and Issues

Working Paper No:65 - April 2012
Agriculture, Structural Change and Socially Responsible Development in China and Vietnam by Clem Tisdell (Pp. 1-21)
Working Paper No 64 - December 2010
Animal Health Economics. What can it Do? What are the Big Questions? By Clem Tisdell (pp. 1-26).
Working Paper No. 63 - November 2010
The Competitiveness of Small Household Pig Producers in Vietnam: Significant Research and Policy Findings from an ACIAR-sponsored Study and their Limitations by Clem Tisdell (pp. 1-52)
Working Paper No. 62 - May 2010
The Excitement and Value of Discovering Tourism Economics: Clem Tisdell’s Journey by Clem Tisdell. (pp. 1-26).
Working Paper No:61 - May 2010
An Economic Study of Small Pigholders in Vietnam: Some Insights Gained and the scope for Further Research by Clem Tisdell (pp. 1-30)
Working Paper No:60 - May 2010
Agricultural Development in Transitional Asian Economies: Observations Prompted by a Livestock Study in Vietnam by Clem Tisdell. (Pp. 1-24)
Working Paper No. 59 - November, 2009
Natural Protection from International Competition in the Livestock Industry: Analysis, Examples and Vietnam’s Pork Market as a Case. By Clem Tisdell, Ma. Lucila Lapar, Steve Staal, Nguyen Ngoc Que. (pp. 1-24).
Working Paper No. 58 - September 2009
Economic Challenges Faced by Small Island Economies: An Overview. By Clem Tisdell, (pp. 1-22).
Working Paper No. 57 - September 2009
Economic Benefits and Drawbacks of Cities and their Growth Implications. By Clem Tisdell, (pp. 1-24).
Working Paper No. 56 - June 2009
The Survival of Small-scale Agricultural Producers in Asia, particularly Vietnam: General Issues Illustrated by Vietnam’s Agricultural Sector, especially its Pig Production. By Clem Tisdell (pp. 1-17).
Working Paper No. 55 - June 2009
Economic Reform and Openness in China: China’s Development Policies in the Last 30 Years by Clem Tisdell (pp. 1-36).
Working Paper No. 54 - May 2009
Trends in Vietnam’s Pork supply and Structural Features of its Pig Sector by Clem Tisdell (pp. 1-25).
Working Paper No. 53 - May 2009
A Comparative Economic Study of China’s and Australia’s Cotton Production by Xufu Zhao and Clem Tisdell (pp. 1-40).
Working Paper No:52 - April 2009
Quantitative Impacts of Teaching Attributes on University TEVAL Scores And Their Implications by Clem Tisdell and Mohammad Alauddin (pp. 1-15).
Working Paper No. 51 - October 2008-10-15
Thirty Years of Economic Reform and Openness in China: Retrospect and Prospect by Clem Tisdell. (pp. 1-19).
Working Paper No. 50 - September 2008
Structural Transformation in the Pig Sector in an Adjusting Vietnam Market: A Preliminary Investigation of Supply-side Changes.(pp: 1-30)
Working Paper No. 49 - May 2008
Economics, Corporate Sustainability and Social Responsibility by Clem Tisdell (pp. 1-24)
Working Paper No. 48 - April, 2008
Trust and its Implications for Economic Activity, Welfare and Globalisation by Clem Tisdell. (pp. 1-14)
Working Paper No. 47 - April 2008
Interfirm Networks in the Indonesian Garment Industry: Trust and Other Factors in their Formation and Duration and their Marketing Consequences by Latif Adam and Clem Tisdell (pp. 1-19)
Working Paper No. 46 - January 2008
Economic Benefits and Drawbacks of Cities and their Growth by Clem Tisdell (pp.1-21)
Working Paper No: 45 - January 2008
Cost-Benefit Analysis of Economic Globalization by Clem Tisdell (pp.1-40).
Working Paper No. 44 - July 2007
The Evolution and Classification of the Published Books of Clem Tisdell: A Brief Overview by Clem Tisdell (pp. 1-30).
Working Paper No. 43 - November 2006
Economic Prospects for Small Island Economies, Particularly in the South Pacific, in a Globalising World by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No. 42 - November 2006
Students’ Evaluation of Teaching Effectiveness: What Surveys Tell and What they do not Tell by Mohammad Alauddin and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 41 - November 2006
Knowledge and the Valuation of Public Goods and Experiential Commodities: Information Provision and Acquisition by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 40 - November 2006
China’s Economic Performance and Transition in Relation to Globalisation: From Isolation to Centre-Stage? by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 39 - November 2006
Economic and Business Relations Between Australia and China: An Overview and an Assessment by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 38 - December 2005
Business Partnerships in a Globalising World: Economic Considerations by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 37 - November 2005
Globalisation and the Economic Future of Small Isolated Nations, Particularly in the Pacific by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 36 - November 2005
An Overview of the Assessment of the Economics of Leisure by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 35 - October 2005
Economic Globalisation: The Process and its Potential Social, Economic, and Environmental Impacts by Clem Tisdell
Working Paper No: 34 - December 2004
Changing Abundance of Elephants and Willingness to Pay for their Conservation by Ranjith Bandara and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 33- November 2004
An Overview of Globalisation and Economic Policy Responses by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 32 - October 2004
Can Globalisation Result in Less Efficient and More Vulnerable Industries? by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 31 - May 2004
Tourism Development as a Dimension of Globalisation: Experiences and Policies of China and Australia by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 30 - April 2004
Australia’s Economic Policies in an Era of Globalisation by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 29 - April 2004
Linear Break-Even Analysis: When is it Applicable to a Business? by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 28 - April 2004
Economics of Business Learning: The Need for Broader Perspectives in Managerial Economics by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 27 - January 2004
Transaction Costs and Bounded Rationality - Implications for Public Administration and Economic Policy by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 26 - January 2004
Television Production: Its Changing Global Location, the Product Cycle and China by Zhicun Gao and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 25 - August 2003
Efficient Public Provision of Commodities: Transaction Costs, Bounded Rationality and Other Considerations by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 24 - August 2003
China’s Reformed Science and Technology System: An Overview and Assessment by Zhicun Gao and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 23 - August 2003
Outbound Business Travel Depends on Business Returns: Australian Evidence by Darrian Collins and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 22 - June 2003
Economic Competition and Evolution: Are There Lessons from Ecology? by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 21 - June 2003
A Western Perspective on Kautilya’s ‘Arthasastra’ Does it Provide a Basis for Economic Science?, by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 20 - June 2003
Globalization, Social Welfare, and Labor Market Inequalities by Clem Tisdell and Serge Svizzero.
Working Paper No: 19 - April 2003
The Efficient Public Provision of Commodities: Transaction Cost, Bounded Rationality and Other Considerations.
Working Paper No: 18 - January 2003
A Western Perspective of Kautilya’s Arthasastra: Does it Provide a Basis for Economic Science? by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 17 - June 2002
Economics and Tourism Development: Structural Features of Tourism and Economic Influences on its Vulnerability by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 16 - May 2002
Market-Oriented Reforms in Bangladesh and their Impact on Poverty by Clem Tisdell and Mohammad Alauddin.
Working Paper No: 15 - May 2002
OLS and Tobit Analysis: When is Substitution Defensible Operationally? by Clevo Wilson and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 14 - May 2002
The WTO and Labour Standards: Globalisation with Reference to India by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 13 - May 2002
Unequal Gains of Nations from Globalisation by Clem Tisdell, Serge Svizzero and Laurence Laselle.
Working Paper No: 12 - March 2002
Tourism as a Contributor to the Economic Diversification and Development of Small States: Its Strengths, Weaknesses and Potential for Brunei by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 11 - October 2001
Sustainability: Can it be Achieved? Is Economics the Bottom Line? by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 10 - October 2001
Reconciling Globalisation and Technological Change: Growing Income Inequalities and Remedial Policies by Serge Svizzero and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 9 - August 2001
Socioeconomic Determinants of the Intra-Family Status of Wives in Rural India: An Extension of Earlier Analysis by Clem Tisdell, Kartik Roy and Gopal Regmi.
Working Paper No: 8 - August 2001
Niches and Economic Competition: Implications for Economic Efficiency, Growth and Diversity by Clem Tisdell and Irmi Seidl.
Working Paper No: 7 - May 2001
The Political Economy of Globalisation: Processes involving the Role of Markets, Institutions and Governance by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 6 - May 2001
Competition and Evolution in Economics and Ecology Compared by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 5 - May 2001
Globalization, Social Welfare, Labor Markets and Fiscal Competition by Clem Tisdell and Serge Svizzero.
Working Paper No: 4 - March 2001
Globalisation, the Environment and Sustainability: EKC, Neo-Malthusian Concerns and the WTO by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 3 - February 2001
Diversity, Globalisation and Market Stability by Laurence Laselle, Serge Svizzero and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 2 - February 2001
Concepts of Competition in Theory and Practice by Serge Svizzero and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 1 - January 2001
Externalities, Thresholds and the Marketing of New Aquacultural Products: Theory and Examples by Clem Tisdell.

Social Economics, Policy and Development

Working Paper No. 55 - May 2013
Core Economic Issues in the Horticulture Sector of Botswana. By Pelotshweu Moepeng (Pp. 34)
Working Paper No: 54 -.January 2013
China’s Goal of Combining Economic Self-Reliance With Its Development: Changing Perspectives and Challenges. By Clem Tisdell (Pp. 16)
Working Paper No: 53 - June 2009
Gender Issues in Rural Eastern India Revealed by Field Interviews: Tribal and Non-Tribal Responses by Clem Tisdell and Kartik Roy (pp. 1-28).
Working Paper No. 52 - August 2008
The Pattern of Livelihoods in a Typical Rural Village Provide New Perspectives on Botswana’s Development by Pelotshweu T Moepeng and Clem Tisdell (pp. 1-17)
Working Paper No. 51 - June 2008
Can Subjective Measures for Rapid Assessment of Rural Poverty and Inequality be Useful in Botswana? By Pelotshweu T Moepeng and Clem Tisdell. (pp. 1-27)
Working Paper No. 50 - April 2008
Associations between Poverty and Socio-economic Variables in a Typical Tswana Rural Village: New Insights by Pelotshweu T Moepeng and Clem Tisdell. (pp. 1-24)
Working Paper No. 49 - February 2008
Botswana’s Development, Its Economic Structure and Rural Poverty by Pelotshweu T Moepeng and Clem Tisdell (pp. 1-33)
Working Paper No: 48 - February 2008
The Socio-Economic Situation of Female Heads and Poor Heads of Households in Rural Botswana: A Village Case Study by Pelotshweu Moepeng and Clem Tisdell (pp.1-27)
Working Paper No. 47 - November 2006
Effects of Markets on Poverty and Economic Inequality: Evolutionary and Ethical Perspectives by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No. 46 - November 2006
Education, Employment and Social Inclusion within the European Union by Laurence Laselle and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No. 45 - November 2006
Poverty and Social Deprivation in Botswana: A Rural Case Study by Pelotshweu T. Moepeng and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 44 - November 2006
Bangladesh’s Performance and the Millennium Development Goals: A Sketch of Progress by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 43 - November 2006
An Assessment of the UN’s Millennium Development Goals and its Millennium Declaration by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 42 - May 2005
Education’s Role in Economic Development and in Assisting the Poor by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 41 - February 2005
Does Workforce Participation Empower Women? Micro-Level Evidence from Urban Bangladesh, Mohammad Hossain and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 40 - January 2004
Economic, Social and Cultural Influences on the Status and Wellbeing of Indian Rural Wives, Clem Tisdell and Gopal Regmi.
Working Paper No: 39 - December 2003
Major Demographic Changes in Bangladesh and Their Socio-Economic Correlates: Analysis of Trends by Mohammad Hossain and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 38 - October 2003
Poverty - Dynamic and Sustainability Perspectives: Implications for Welfare and Policy with Reference to India by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 37 - October 2003
Closing the Gender Gap in Bangladesh: Inequality in Education, Employment and Earnings by Mohammad Hossain and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 36 - September 2003
Fertility and Female Work Force Participation in Bangladesh: Causality and Cointegration by Mohammad Hossain and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 35 - June 2003
Gender Inequality, Poverty and Human Development in Kenya: Main Indicators, Trends and Limitations by Tabitha Kiriti and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 34 - June 2003
Marital Status, Farm Size and other Influences on the Extent of Cash Cropping in Kenya: A Household Case Study by Tabitha Kiriti and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 33 - June 2003
The Relationship Between Commercial Agriculture and Food Availability to Kenyan Farm Families: A Case Study by Tabitha Kiriti and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 32 - June 2003
Commercialisation of Agriculture in Kenya: Case Study of Policy Bias and Food Purchases by Farm Households by Tabitha Kiriti and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 31 - June 2003
Family Size, Economics and Child Gender Preference: A Case Study in the Nyeri District of Kenya by Tabitha Kiriti and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 30 - November 2002
Rural Poverty and China’s Entry to the WTO: Present Knowledge, Unresolved Issues and China’ Policy Options by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 29 - November 2002
Economic Globalisation, Liberalisation and Bangladesh: Poverty, Labour Norms and the Environment by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 28 - September 2002
Prejudice against Female Children: Economics and Cultural Explanations, and India Evidence by Clem Tisdell and Gopal Regmi.
Working Paper No: 27 - June 2002
Commercialisation of Agriculture in Kenya: Case Study of Urban Bias on Food Availability in Farm Households by Tabitha Kiriti and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 26 - May 2002
Gender, Martial Status, Farm Size and other Factors Influencing the Extent of Cash Cropping in Kenya: A Case Study by Tabitha Kiriti and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 25 - May 2002
Children and Economic Development: Family Size, Gender Preferences and Human Capital Formation - Theory and Indian Cases by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 24 - March 2002
Economic Theories of the Family and Discrimination in a Social Context: Entitlements of Kondh Tribal Females in India by Clem Tisdell, Kartik Roy and Ananda Ghose.
Working Paper No: 23 - March 2002
A Report on Socioeconomic Attributes and Gender Inequality in Kondh-Dominated Villages: A Comparative Analysis of Tribals and Non-Tribals in the Phulbani District, Orissa, India by Clem Tisdell, Kartik Roy and Ananda Ghose.
Working Paper No: 22 - November 2001
Summaries of Survey Responses of Household Heads in Three Forest Villages in the Midnapore District of West Bengal, India: Use of Forest Resources by Villagers, Forest Sustainability and Management by Clem Tisdell, Kartik Roy and Ananda Ghose.
Working Paper No: 21 - November 2001
Migration of Husbands, Remittances and Agricultural Production: Impacts when Wives Head Households in Rural Kenya by Tabitha Kiriti and Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 20 - September 2001
Female Participation in Decision-Making in Agricultural Households in Kenya: Empirical Findings by Tabitha Kiriti, Clem Tisdell and Kartik Roy.
Working Paper No: 19 - June 2001
Globalisation, Institutions and Empowerment of Women in Africa: Kenya’s Experience by Tabitha Kiriti, Clem Tisdell and Kartik Roy.
Working Paper No: 18 - June 2001
Globalisation, Development and Poverty in the Pacific Islands: The Situation of the Least Developed Pacific Island Nations by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 17 - May 2001
Villagers and the Use and Conservation of Indian Forests: The Role of Joint Forest Management by Clem Tisdell, Kartik Roy and Ananda Ghose.
Working Paper No: 16 - December 2000
Socioeconomic Determinants of the Intra-family Status of Wives in Rural India: Analysis and Empirical Evidence by Clem Tisdell, Kartik Roy and Gopal Regmi, December 2000.
Working Paper No: 15 - October 2000
Push-and-Pull Migration and Satisficing versus Optimising Migratory Behaviour: A Review and Nepalese Evidence by Clem Tisdell and Gopal Regmi.
Working Paper No: 14 - July 2000
Property Rights in Women’s Empowerment in Rural India: A Review by K. C. Roy and C. A. Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 13 - July 2000
Gender Inequality in India: Evidence from a Rural Survey in West Bengal by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 12 - May 2000
Sustainable Development and Human Resource Capital by Clem Tisdell, May 2000.
Working Paper No: 12
Working Paper No: 11 - May 2000
The Development of Vanuatu: An Analysis of Trends, Issues and Policies by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 10 - May 2000
The Development of Tuvalu: An Analysis of Trends, Issues and Policies by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 9 - May 2000
The Development of the Solomon Islands: An Analysis of Trends, Issues and Policies by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 8 - May 2000
The Development of Samoa: An Analysis of Trends, Issues and Policies by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 7 - May 2000
The Development of Kiribati: An Analysis of Trends, Issues and Policies by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 6 - May 2000
The Socio-Economics of Gender Issues in Rural India: Results of Interviews in Three Villages and a Forest Meeting in Eastern India by Clem Tisdell and Kartik C. Roy.
Working Paper No: 5 - February 2000
Institutional Impediments, Entitlement Exchange and Women’s Empowerment in Rural India: The Case of Access to Education by K. C. Roy, Clem Tisdell and A. Ghose.
Working Paper No: 4 - February 2000
Asset-Poor Women in India and the Relevance of Amartya Sen’s Analysis by Clem Tisdell.
Working Paper No: 3 - September 1999
Gender Inequality, Development and UNDP’s Social Valuation Indices: HDI, GDI and GEM with Particular Reference to India by Clem Tisdell, Kartik Roy and Anand Ghose.
Working Paper No: 2 - September 1999
Sen’s Theory of Entitlement and the Deprivation of Females: An assessment with Indian Illustrations by Clem Tisdell, Kartik Roy and Ananda Ghose.
Working Paper No: 1 - September 1999
Poverty and Economically Deprived Women and Children: Theories, Emerging Policy Issues and Development”, Clem Tisdell.