Fellows List

The Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia (ASSA) is an independent, interdisciplinary body of elected Fellows. Fellowship of the Academy of Social Sciences (FASSA) is an honour conferred for scholarly distinction in research or the advancement of social sciences.

The Academy has also made provision for the nomination of Honorary Fellows to the Academy aimed at honoring individuals who are recognized for their exemplary achievements but not necessarily in academia.

There are 591 elected Fellows (including 20 overseas Fellows and 17 Honorary Fellows) of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia

Displaying all Fellows match the following:

Surname g

Discipline

Specialisation

Panel

State

Year Elected

Political Science

Australian constitutional politics and judicial review citizenship and rights protection, including for Aboriginal people, federalism and intergovernmental relations business-government relations.

Panel C

VIC

1998

Economics

microeconomics, game theory, innovation, competition, regulation

Panel B

Overseas

2008

Statistics

Econometrics and Financial Econometrics

Panel B

VIC

2012

Law

Law, International Relations, Public international law, International humanitarian law, Energy law, Feminist theory

Panel C

SA

2010

Political Science

Globalization, US, China, trade, investment

Panel C

Overseas

2011

History

Australian history, psychiatry, crime, social policy, sexuality.

Panel C

NSW

2002

Philosophy

political philosophy, social philosophy, Spinoza, feminist theory, ethics

Panel C

NSW

1999

Economics

Esperanto, fiscal economics, local government, taxation, UNESCO

Panel B

NSW

1968

Psychology

concussion, cerebral lateralization, working memory,pain management

Panel D

QLD

1990

Sociology

Social policy, ageing, gender, programme evaluation, paid and unpaid work

Panel A

ACT

2001

Geography

Economic Geography, Feminist Theory, Action Research, Poststructuralist Political Economy, Asia Pacific Region

Panel A

NSW

2005

Political Science

Russia, post-communism, politics, state, democratisation

Panel C

NSW

1994

Psychology

psychology, visual perception, cognitive science, stereopsis

Panel D

NSW

1994

Geography

Urbanisation; social geography, environment, climate change, regions

Panel A

VIC

2008

Law

Organised crime, policing, corruption, law enforcement, crime policy

Panel C

SA

2016

Law

Consitutional law; consitutional interpretation; parliamentary sovereignty; legal philosophy; judicial review and democracy.

Panel C

VIC

2008

History

Indigenous history, environmental history, conservation politics, Indian history, intercolonial history.

Panel C

NSW

2007

Philosophy

political philosophy

Panel C

ACT

1990

Political Science

China, provinces, social, political, change

Panel C

NSW

2000

Political Science

Australian politics, electioneering, mass media, political parties, public opinion, voting behaviour

Panel C

NSW

2003

Law

Computer/Crime; Criminal Justice; Policing; Public Policy; Gambling.

Panel C

ACT

2003

Economics

Economics (environment, resources and energy); Economics; Water; Fisheries; Resources; Environment;

Panel B

ACT

2013

Economics

Economic theory, risk, uncertainty, non-expected utility, bargaining.

Panel B

ACT

2002

Management

organisational discourse; organisational change and development; leadership

Panel A

QLD

2008

Accounting

International accounting; corporate transparency; comparative accounting systems

Panel B

NSW

2006

Sociology

public policy, crime, ageing, best practice, social policy

Panel A

SA

1998

Psychology

psychophysics, time series, sensory analysis, dynamical systems modelling

Panel D

ACT

1989

Economics

econometrics, bayesian inference, inequality, statistics

Panel B

VIC

1995

Economics

classics, neo-classics, physiocrats, utilitarians, Marshall

Panel B

NSW

1982

Economics

Corporate Finance, Derivatives, Corporate Governance, Charitable Fund Raising, Funds Management

Panel B

VIC

2015

Education

Science learning, metacognition, assessment, science curriculum, science teaching.

Panel D

VIC

2003

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