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 634 elected Fellows (including 19 overseas Fellows and 16 Honorary Fellows) of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia

Displaying all Fellows match the following:

Surname m

Discipline

Specialisation

Panel

State

Year Elected

Political Science

Political Science, Political Economy, International Relations, Southeast Asia, Asia-Pacific, Indonesia, History, Economics, Development

Panel C

VIC

2010

History

History, Gender Studies, Cultural Studies, Asian Studies, Citizenship, Human Rights, Globalisation

Panel C

NSW

2004

History

women's history, educational history, women's studies, fertility decline.

Panel C

SA

2005

History

history of science, medicine and technology; science and technology policy; museums and cultural policy; policy for higher education

Panel C

NSW

1996

Psychology

Localisation of brain function, criticisms of psychoanalytic methods, clinical psychology, history of psychology and the neurosciences.

Panel D

VIC

2005

Political Science

democracy, political thought, religion and politics, constitutionalism

Panel C

NSW

1998

Economics

Macroeconomics, Economic Growth, Applied Economics, Unified Growth Theory, Economics of Inequality

Panel B

VIC

2015

History

History, Biography, Women's Studies, Literature

Panel C

SA

2005

Social Medicine

Social science, ethnography, epidemiology, infectious disease prevention, vulnerable populations

Panel D

NSW

2015

Anthropology

Medical anthropology, global health, gender and sexuality, disability and chronic illness

Panel A

Overseas

1995

Psychology

Leadership, decision making, collaborative links, innovation, research evaluation

Panel D

VIC

1975

Political Science

Australian Political Culture, Aboriginal Politics, European Politics in the 1930s.

Panel C

VIC

1999

Sociology

higher education, research, globalisation and international education, policy studies, education and economics

Panel A

Overseas

2000

History

Racial and ethnic relations, twentieth century immigrant communities, racial thought, immigration policy, governance and economic development of the Middle East

Panel C

VIC

2004

Education

self-concept, identity, and motivation; students' evaluations of university teaching effectiveness; quantitative analysis (particularly structural equation & multi-level modelling); meta-analysis; educational, social, and sport/exercise psychology; higher

Panel D

NSW

1994

Social Medicine

Behaviour genetics, twin studies, personality, cognition, social attitudes

Panel D

QLD

2003

Education

Educational Psychology; Education; Achievement; Statistics; School

Panel D

NSW

2016

Law

constitutional, public, contract, equity law

Panel C

NSW

1989

Economics

corporate Governance, corporate finance, banking

Panel B

NSW

2014

Psychology

Cognitive Neuroscience, Experimental Psychology, Human Brain Imaging, Selective Attention, Clinical Neuropsychology

Panel D

QLD

2007

Sociology

Multi-level, quantitative survey research; community regulation; civil remedies; street-level drug law enforcement, systematic reviews

Panel A

QLD

2014

Law

International refugee law; forced migration; climate change; disasters and displacement

Panel C

NSW

2016

Political Science

political parties, elections, Australian politics, British politics, comparative politics

Panel C

ACT

1992

Sociology

Ageing research, longitudinal studies, social policy, informal social support, validation of survey instruments.

Panel A

ACT

2003

History

History, Health, Australia, Family, Class

Panel C

VIC

2005

Psychology

Abnormal psychology; cognitive psychology; higher education

Panel D

NSW

1996

History

Southern Africa; contemporary history; health; occupational disease; politics

Panel C

VIC

2004

Economics

behavioural economics, macroeconomics, ageing

Panel B

VIC

1991

Demography

demography, social policy, housing, family

Panel A

VIC

1998

Political Science

Enivironment, public policy, business politics, government.

Panel C

SA

2001

Social Medicine

Preventive psychiatry; Youth mental health; Early psychosis; Schizophrenia; Refugees.

Panel D

VIC

2006

History

Indigenous History, Gender and Frontier, Law, Historiography, Australia and North America

Panel C

ACT

2004

Geography

Urban political geography, Urban governance, Urban low carbon and energy transition, Urban regeneration

Panel A

NSW

2016

Psychology

infancy, child development, perceptual development, art history

Panel D

VIC

1993

Economics

economic modelling, climate change, macroeconomics, international trade, global demographics, infectious diseases

Panel B

ACT

1997

Economics

economic theory, applied econometrics, demand systems, duality theory, dynamic optimisation

Panel B

VIC

2000

Economics

Economics, Political Science, Computer Science, Mathematics, game theory, computational complexity, Nash equilibrium, fixed points, electoral theory

Panel B

QLD

2011

Sociology

sociology of education; history of education; youth; gender; curriculum

Panel A

VIC

2016

Demography

population, fertility, development, public policy, demography

Panel A

Overseas

1993

History

History, France, biography, rural society, colonial North America

Panel C

VIC

2003

Anthropology

Architectural anthropology, Aboriginal and Torres strait Islander social problems, indigenous people-environment studies, Aboriginal land tenure and Native Title

Panel A

QLD

2014

Economics

Auction theory; market design; competition and regulatory economics.

Panel B

QLD

2016

Economics

Labour Market, Migration, Poverty and Inequality, Development, China

Panel B

ACT

2008

Psychology

Psychology and Cognitive Sciences, Biological Psychology, Neurobiology of Schizophrenia, Animal models of Schizophrenia, Cognitive control deficits in ageing and psychosis, Cognitive deficits following drug overdose

Panel D

NSW

2013

Economics

Monetary economics, economic growth.

Panel B

NSW

1994

Sociology

Sociology of Education; Social Justice and Education; Gender and Education; Alternative Education; School Reform

Panel A

QLD

2016

Social Medicine

Psychiatry, bipolar disorder, depression, high risk, genetics

Panel D

NSW

2015

Anthropology

Social anthropology, symbolism, chieftainship, chaos theory, Pacific.

Panel A

NSW

2004

Economics

wages, equity, unemployment, productivity, Asia, workers' compensation, computing economic loss as a result of death or injury.

Panel B

WA

1998

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