People & associates
Asher Judah is a Research Fellow at the Institute of Public Affairs.
He is a former manager of policy and communications at the Master Builders Association of Victoria, and an economics, education and livestock adviser at the Victorian Farmers Federation.
During his time with the Master Builders Association, Asher was Campaign Manager for the following advertising campaigns: Is Anybody Listening? (2010), Think Before You Vote Greens (2010) and Save the ABCC (2007).
Asher completed a Bachelor of Commerce and Arts at Deakin University.
He has been published in The Age, the National Times and ABC's The Drum.
Areas of expertise: Planning, commercial and residential construction, population growth, state taxation and agriculture.
Telephone: (03) 9600 4744
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