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 p

Discipline

Specialisation

Panel

State

Year Elected

Economics

Macroeconomics, quantitative modelling, econometric analysis

Panel B

VIC

1986

History

Histories of humanitarianism, gender and empire, internationalism and interwar Australia, critics of settler colonialism

Panel C

QLD

2016

Sociology

Social inequality; Social movements; Sociology of elites; Democratization;

Panel A

TAS

2006

Economics

Environmental economics, resource economics, agricultural economics

Panel B

WA

2012

Management

Work design, employee stress and health, job performance, proactivity.

Panel A

WA

2014

Political Science

Democratic theory; political philosophy; constitutionalism; jurisprudence; leadership

Panel C

QLD

2016

Psychology

social networks, quantitative modelling, mathematical psychology, statistics

Panel D

NSW

1995

Linguistics

Sociolinguistics, Bilingualism, Cross cultural communication, Language and gender, Language Policy

Panel A

Overseas

1995

Psychology

brain, neuroanatomy, hypothalamus, cortex, neurotransmitters

Panel D

NSW

1996

Economics

Computable general equilibrium; Economic models; Software; Numerical methods; Algorithms.

Panel B

VIC

2006

History

Poverty; inequality; social justice; social history; history education and teaching

Panel C

Overseas

2008

Sociology

Health sociology, science and technology studies

Panel A

VIC

2017

Psychology

developmental psychology, children, families, the elderly, deafness, social cognition

Panel D

QLD

1997

Anthropology

land and sea tenure, economic anthropology, social change and development, anthropological photography, history of anthropology in Australia

Panel A

ACT

1997

Philosophy

Political, philosophy, ethics, review

Panel C

Overseas

1987

Economics

economics, taxation, Superannuation and Pension Economics, applied-general-equilibrium

Panel B

NSW

1992

Economic History

public choice, federalism, microeconomic reform

Panel B

SA

1996

Social Medicine

Mental health, suicide prevention

Panel D

VIC

2017

Economics

industrial relations, wages, employer associations, industrial arbitration, trade unions

Panel B

WA

1994

Economics

Work, Employment Relations, Gender, Inequality, Work and family.

Panel B

SA

2009

Economics

Public administration, social policy (social security, tax and transfers, health and health insurance), China

Panel B

ACT

2011

Demography

mathematical demography; mortality; outstanding claims in general insurance

Panel A

NSW

1979

Education

higher education policy, youth and adolescence, cultural diversity, equity, cognitive and developmental psychology, life-span development

Panel D

QLD

1992

Economics

Evolutionary economics, institutional economics, complexity theory, blockchain, innovation economics

Panel B

VIC

2017

Economics

Quantitative policy analysis, applied consumer demand analysis

Panel B

VIC

1973

Geography

nature, settlement and the New World, historical geography, environmental history, history of Australian geography

Panel A

VIC

1985

History

history, biography, universities, philanthropy, poverty, music

Panel C

VIC

1971

Geography

international boundaries, continental shelf, EEZ, Law of the Sea, South China Sea

Panel A

VIC

1979

History

History; British; English; South Australia; Australia

Panel C

SA

1988

Psychology

Child development, mental health, social issues

Panel D

VIC

1992

Sociology

quality of life, public policy, economic restructuring, social change, social attitudes, globalisation

Panel A

NSW

1994

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