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 657 elected Fellows (including 26 overseas Fellows and 16 Honorary Fellows) of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia.
Displaying all Fellows match the following: 2001
History, intellectual, social, political philosophy
Human geography (culture, migration, development), anthropology.
Economics, labour economics, social economics, industrial economics, macroeconomics, quantitative sociology, social policy, social research
Corporate sustainability, corporate change, comparative management, human resource management
Complex economic systems, evolutionary macroeconomics, energy economics, economics of innovation.
Social policy, ageing, gender, programme evaluation, paid and unpaid work
Household economics, microeconomics, national accounts, business expectations, household demography.
Land, resource, social impact, indigenous dispute processing, indigenous system of land tenure, role of indigenous people in national parks and tourism, policing and substance abuse, gender, identity, art, film, cultural studies, Australian Aboriginal eth
Mathematics education, gender, affect, exceptionality.
Psychology, cognition, gerontology.
Enivironment, public policy, business politics, government.
Political economy, urban studies, economic policy.
Linguistics, language, communication, education, history.
Australian representations of Asia, history of books, publishing and reading in Australia.
Modern Chinese history, international history, international relations.
Political and social thought; public life and human rights; institutional design