Leading Economic Consultancy
Econometrix is South Africa’s most experienced independent economic consultancy. Since we were established, the company has grown to become a leading consultancy brand in South Africa.
Established in 1982
Over 35 years of economic consulting experience
Highly qualified and experienced economic team
Dependable single source of economic information
Dr Azar Jammine
Director & Chief Economist
Dr Azar Jammine is Director and Chief Economist of Econometrix. He has been in his current position since December 1985 and has established a significant profile in South Africa as an analyst and commentator on domestic and international economic affairs. Dr Jammine has conducted approximately 4000 presentations to leading client corporations and other institutions as well as at conferences dealing with the local and international economic environment. In this capacity he has been invited over the years by several corporations to serve as independent non-executive director.
Dr Jammine is a member of the National Advisory Council on Innovation, a body of experts appointed by the Department of Science and Technology. Academically, Dr Jammine obtained a BSc (Hons) in Mathematical Statistics and a BA (Hons) in Economics at Wits, followed by an M.Sc in Economics from the LSE and a PhD at the London Business School.
Michael joined Econometrix in 1994 as a Senior Economist. He has undertaken a range of consulting assignments which have involved quantitative analysis and modelling, especially relating to the field of money and banking.
BSc Eng (Electrical) (Cum Laude) – UCT
MBA - UCT
CMA - CIMA MA (Economics) - UNISA
DLitt et Phil - UNISA
Dr Michael Jackson
Director: Money and Banking
Our Team of Economists
Our dynamic and talented team at Econometrix is what sets us apart from the rest, making us one of the top economic consultancy firms in the country.
Dr Jordaan has experience ranging over several aspects of economics, including lecturing, socio-economic impact assessment studies, economic impact modelling, cost escalation modelling, macroeconomic modelling, policy analysis, economic forecasting and general economic research.
PhD Economics – U Pretoria