The Cambridge Handbook of the Social Sciences in Australia

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Author Index
Abadee, A., 34
Abelson, P., 17
Ablett, J., 190, 192
Ackland, R., 76
Adam, E., 630
Adams, D., 413
Addison, T., 76, 82
Adena, M., 27
Adhikari, P., 526
Adkins, L., 509, 510
Agostino, K., 509
Agrawal, N., 142
Ahdar, R., 37
Ahmad, E., 141, 520
Aitkin, D., 266, 275, 277, 287, 299, 310, 606
Alaba, R., 413
Albon, R., 32, 36–9, 146, 189
Albury, R., 490
Alcorso, C., 81
Aldrich, R., 335
Alexander, L., 647
Alexander, M., 596
Alford, J., 416
Alford, K., 467
Alford, R., 276
Allen, K., 630
Allen, L.M., 575
Alles, L., 215
Allingham, M., 146
Almond, G.A., 10
Alston, M., 490, 607, 616
Alston, P., 240
Althaus, C., 412
Altman, D., 332, 335–6, 488
Altman, J., 578
Alvarado, J., 84
Amiti, M., 35
Andersen, M.J., 546
Anderson, D.S., 449, 632
Anderson, J., 196, 214
Anderson, J., 224
Anderson, K., 55, 168–71, 178, 180
Anderson, P., 654
Andrews, G., 349, 353
Anstie, R., 146
Aoki, R., 38
Appleyard, R., 85–7
Apps, P., 113, 120, 121, 142–6
Argy, F., 77, 200, 375, 377, 385, 390
Arndt, B., 387, 462
Arndt, H., 74, 76, 172, 180
Arrow, K., 23, 24, 60
Asano, H., 215
Ashley, R., 361
Asim, F., 47
Atkinson, A., 119, 131, 144, 145
Attwood, B., 334
Aulich, C., 416
Aungles, S., 594
Austin, D., 574
Bacchi, C., 482
Badcock, B., 590
Bailey, J., 415
Baker, L., 79
Baker, M., 76, 86, 87, 463, 475, 476
Bakvis, H., 417
Balassa, B., 173
Baldock, C., 411, 475, 482, 490, 506, 670
Baldry, J., 143, 146
Bales, R., 464
Ballard, J., 335–6, 414
Banks, G., 153, 159, 163
Barber, C., 173
Barker, D.J., 538, 539
Barker, M., 524
Barnard, A., 377, 419, 420
Barr, N., 612
Barratt, P., 388
Barrett, R., 504
Barthes, R., 645
Bascand, G., 140, 142
Bateman, H., 145
Battin, T., 269, 375, 383
Baum, S., 594, 596
Baumol, W., 36
Baxter, J., 437, 471, 472–3, 491, 508, 509
Bean, C., 251, 258, 266, 271, 275, 276, 279, 281, 331, 632, 647
Bean, C.E.W., 641

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