Outlines the international travels of Clement Allan Tisdell in the period 1965‐1996 and an Australian journey made to Adelaide in 1962 for academic reasons and indicates the influence of these journeys on his publications, outlook and intellectual evolution. Emphasises how varied the life of an economist can be and the importance of international social contacts for academic development. Because of the extent of his travels, descriptions and analysis of most of his journeys are brief. Consequently, a longer story still remains untold.
Tisdell, C. (1998), "The varied life of an economist: Travels and international contacts of Clem Tisdell", International Journal of Social Economics, Vol. 25 No. 6/7/8, pp. 920-947. https://doi.org/10.1108/03068299810212379
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