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 s

Discipline

Specialisation

Panel

State

Year Elected

Political Science

Politics, modern history, political economy, international relations of the Middle East and Central Asia, the role of political Islam in the Middle East and Central Asia, Iran, Afghanistan

Panel C

ACT

2013

Psychology

Parenting, Triple P, population-level change, self-regulation, child behaviour

Panel D

QLD

2016

Psychology

Human factors, cognitive engineering, engineering psychology, human-system integration, interface design.

Panel D

QLD

2004

Law

constitution, government, comparative, law, federal

Panel C

VIC

1994

Economics

poverty, inequality, social security, welfare state, income distribution

Panel B

NSW

1995

Political Science

liberalism, democratic representation, politics, women, policy.

Panel C

ACT

1996

Economic History

economics, history, money, higher education

Panel B

VIC

1987

Psychology

higher education, admissions, health, pharmacoeconomics, policy, cost-effectiveness, decision making

Panel D

NSW

1991

Economics

Health economics; Health policy evaluation; Primary care; Health systems; Health workforce

Panel B

VIC

2016

Education

History of education Australian social history Family history and history of the family

Panel D

VIC

1978

Sociology

social policy, social inequality, social benefits, gender, welfare state

Panel A

NSW

1998

Economic History

Education, Public Policy, Governance, Public Administration

Panel B

ACT

2005

Economic History

Economic history, demographic history, anthropometric history, history of health, coercive labour systems.

Panel B

SA

2004

Psychology

orienting, habituation, Pavlovian conditioning, psychopathology

Panel D

QLD

1991

Accounting

Accounting, Auditing, Accountability, Assurance, International Auditing Standards, Sustainability, IFAC

Panel B

NSW

2010

Economic History

economics, history, GDP, Australia, regions

Panel B

VIC

1974

Philosophy

ethics, bioethics, animals and ethics, environmental ethics, utilitarianism

Panel C

Overseas

1989

Education

education, schooling, teaching, curriculum, teaching profession and teacher education, tertiary education, university education.

Panel D

VIC

1988

Psychology

Developmental psychology; child development; infant development; social development; cognitive development

Panel D

QLD

2016

Geography

governance, management, leadership, internationalisation, executive recruitment

Panel A

QLD

1974

History

Heritage studies, museum studies, intangible heritage, cultural policy, heritage tourism, visitor studies, emotion/affect, memory studies.

Panel C

ACT

2016

Psychology

Uncertainty, risk, decision, judgement, fuzzy logic, social dilemmas, statistical methods

Panel D

ACT

1998

Accounting

Management accounting, sustainability performance measurement, sustainability disclosures, performance measurement, compensation

Panel B

VIC

2017

Marketing

Consumer behaviour; perceived value; personal values; word of mouth; innovation

Panel B

WA

2015

History

Urbanisation, metropolitan housing, transport, heritage assessment and greenspace provision

Panel C

QLD

1996

Psychology

anxiety, depression, adolescence, prevention, mental health

Panel D

QLD

1995

Social Medicine

child health, public health, epidemiology, Aboriginal health, social medicine.

Panel D

WA

1996

Economics

Public Administration, Social Research and Policy (social security, tax and transfers, poverty measurement, comparative studies).

Panel B

ACT

2017

Economics

Energy economics, environmental economics, economic growth, research assessment

Panel B

ACT

2016

Political Science

Political economy, urban studies, economic policy.

Panel C

NSW

2001

Geography

Urban and regional analysis, Human spatial behaviour, Regional science

Panel A

VIC

2007

Political Science

pubic policy and global governance

Panel C

Overseas

2012

Law

Comparative Constitutional Law, Free Speech Law, Legal Theory.

Panel C

VIC

2017

History

Crime and Justice; Gender and Sexuality; Modern History; North American History

Panel C

ACT

2016

History

social theories, globalization, Australian economic policy, houses, family life

Panel C

SA

1972

Anthropology

Aboriginal societies; Aboriginal languages; indigenous art; indigenous policy; native title

Panel A

SA

2008

History

Welfare History, History of Childhood, Philanthropy, Charity, Comparative Indigenous History

Panel C

VIC

2007

Marketing

Goal-based choice, Choice set formation, Choice Modeling, Consumer Behaviour, Brand Equity

Panel B

NSW

2017

Economics

corporate governance, agency theory, market microstructure, financial economics, finance, economics, security markets

Panel B

NSW

1997

Education

cognition, instructional design, learning, problem solving

Panel D

NSW

1993

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