Recent international trade projects by Econex for private sector clients include an analysis of the economic effects of import duties in the printing industry and an export tax on the scrap metal industry. Econex also recently completed the twelve year review of the effects of anti-dumping duties on the South African economy for ITAC (International Trade Administration Commission of South Africa).
Econex international trade expertise
Johann van Eeden is an economist at Econex. He is most often involved in projects in the telecoms sector, competition economics and international trade analyses. Before joining Econex , Johann was with the Trade Law Centre for Southern Africa (tralac), where his work centered around the economic impact of South Africa's quotas on Chinese clothing and textile imports. He is also currently a guest lecturer in trade policy and strategic trade policy to postgraduate students in the Department of Economics, Stellenbosch University. Johann holds a Masters degree cum laude in Economics, completed at Stellenbosch University and Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, and a Masters degree in Law from the University of Vienna.
econex research notes: international tradE
research note 22: comments on some fundamentals of the ngp as industrial policy
Research Note 14: Export Performance of the SA Vehicle and Garment Manufacturing Industries - Success and Failure?
Research Note 10: The Cost of Doing Business in Mozambique Relative to Other SADC Countries
Research Note 9: South African Quotas on Chinese Clothing and Textiles - Economic Evidence
Research Note 5: Anti-dumping (AD) Issues at the Doha Round - Great Expectations Unrealised
Research Note 2: Anti-dumping and Market Access - The Nature of the Beast in the New Millenium