Michael Tribe

This is my first attempt at setting up a personal website. I am Michael Andrew Tribe, born in Erith, near London, England in October 1943 (Erith was then in North West Kent rather than South East London as it is now) but moved with my mother soon afterwards to the house of her immediate family in Woodmansterne, Surrey while my father was with the Royal Army Service Corps during the Second World War. I updated this page slightly in early September 2018.

I live in the West End of Glasgow together with my wife, the Scottish artist, Kathryn Kynoch.

In the first instance the principal objective of this website was to make my curriculum vitae and a number of published and unpublished papers accessible. In due course the website can be developed to include a wider range of materials. In August 2018 I started a very modest Facebook presence, which complements this website.

At the time of writing this my academic connections consist of an Honorary Lectureship in the Department of Economics, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow and being a Business School Affiliate in the University of Glasgow (this covers – inter  alia –  the Department of Economics and the Centre for Development Studies). These connections are much valued.

I have a number of email addresses at which I can be contacted, but the first port of call can be michael.tribe35@gmail.com  This is a change to the email address which was originally included on this page, due to the fact that the host for my ‘old’ freeserve address was closed down when EE ended support to their email service at the end of May 2017.

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