Adjunct Professor, Griffith University
Roman Grynberg is a Polish-born professor of economics, author, and academic. He is specialised in international trade and commodities, and has written several research papers in the disciplines. He has written economics papers on the Southern African Customs Union, and his other research interests include Foreign International Trade, Microeconomics, International Commercial Diplomacy, Trade and Development and International Trade Relations.
He is also a regular columnist for The Namibian and has written for South Africa's Mail and Guardian on macroeconomic concepts. He holds a PhD in Economics, MA Economics and BEc. Roman is the Manager of the Economic Governance Programme, Pacific Islands Forum. Prior to this, he was the Deputy Director of Trade and Regional Integration at the Commonwealth Secretariat (2000-2005). He has also held positions with the CFTC ( Commonwealth Fund for Technical Co-operation and United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, as well as acting as an economic adviser to the Pacific Islands Forum and the Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea.
Jun 19, 2023 06:20 am UTC| Insights & Views
The Goldenberg scandal in the early 1990s is Kenyas largest documented gold fraud. The scheme involved Goldenberg International Limited, which pretended to export gold and diamonds, and in exchange received substantial...