Clement A. Tisdell is Professor Emeritus, School of Economics, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia and a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia. He is one of the top ranked economists internationally according to IDEAS.
He has authored or edited numerous books. His most recent books include Sustaining Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functions: Economic Issues, Human Values and Biodiversity Conservation: The Survival of Wild Species, Competition, Diversity and Economic Performance, Handbook of Tourism Economics – Analysis, New Application and Case Studies, Nature-based Tourism and Conservation – New Economic Insights and Case Studies. His book Economics of Environmental Conservation, Second Edition was given the Choice Award of the American Libraries Association. His 1982 book Wild Pigs: Environmental Pest or Economic Resource? has recently been released as an e-book. In addition, he has published over 600 articles in international journals. His full biographical details can be found by visiting the following website: http://www.uq.edu.au/economics/index.html?page=15911