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:

2016

Discipline

Specialisation

Panel

State

Year Elected

Economics

Economic modelling, Policy analysis

Panel B

VIC

2016

Psychology

Cognitive psychology, memory, hypnosis, forensic psychology, interdisciplinary

Panel D

NSW

2016

Political Science

Gender and politics; women’s rights; public policy; international criminal court

Panel C

NSW

2016

Management

human resource management

Panel A

VIC

2016

Economics

Macroeconomics, Japan, Asia, banking and finance, international integration

Panel B

ACT

2016

Linguistics

Australian Aboriginal languages, Papuan languages, language typology, language documentation, anthropological linguistics

Panel A

ACT

2016

Law

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

Panel C

SA

2016

Sociology

Corporate and White Collar Crime; Regulation and Compliance; Socio-legal understanding of the intersection between globalisation and governance; Grievance and Redress in response to corporate harm; reducing corporate harm

Panel A

VIC

2016

Economics

Economics, law & economics, political science

Panel B

NSW

2016

Psychology

e-health; digital health; addictive disorders; motivation; dissemination

Panel D

QLD

2016

Education

Educational Psychology; Education; Achievement; Statistics; School

Panel D

NSW

2016

Law

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

Panel C

NSW

2016

Geography

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

Panel A

NSW

2016

Sociology

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

Panel A

VIC

2016

Economics

Auction theory; market design; competition and regulatory economics.

Panel B

QLD

2016

Sociology

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

Panel A

QLD

2016

History

Biography;, Australian, New Zealand, Labour and Social History

Panel C

ACT

2016

Law

International Law, History of International Law, Theory of International Law

Panel C

VIC

2016

History

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

Panel C

QLD

2016

Political Science

Democratic theory; political philosophy; constitutionalism; jurisprudence; leadership

Panel C

QLD

2016

Sociology

Culture, Sport, Media, Leisure, Nation and Globalisation

Panel A

NSW

2016

Psychology

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

Panel D

QLD

2016

Economics

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

Panel B

VIC

2016

Psychology

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

Panel D

QLD

2016

History

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

Panel C

ACT

2016

Economics

Energy economics, environmental economics, economic growth, research assessment

Panel B

ACT

2016

History

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

Panel C

ACT

2016

Economics

Mathematical economics, econometrics, price theory, welfare economics, microeconomic education

Panel B

ACT

2016

History

Australian history; history of photography; social and cultural history of war; concentration, internment and POW camps; Australia-Asia relations.

Panel C

VIC

2016

Sociology

history of the self, civilizing and decivilizing processes, genocide, childhood, sociology of law, history and sociology of celebrity

Panel A

NSW

2016

Economics

Health Economics, Health Policy, Quality of Life, Evaluation, Discrete Choice Experiments

Panel B

NSW

2016

Contact Information

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