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Judith Sloan Wikipedia
Judith Sloan (born 22 November 1954) is an Australian economist.
Sloan was born in Melbourne. She has been teaching as a university professor at Flinders University and the Curtin Institute of Technology and is an honorary professorial fellow at the Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research of the University of Melbourne. She served as a commissioner on the Australian government's Productivity Commission and the Australian Fair Pay Commission, and she was deputy chair of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and is a board director of the Lowy Institute.
Sloan sat on the boards of several companies, including Mayne Nickless, SGIO Insurance, Santos, Primelife (chair). The Australian federal government appointed her to the Australian Constitutional Convention 1998; she was a founding member of the group Conservatives for an Australian Head of State.
She writes for The Australian and is a frequent guest on the ABC talk show Q&A.