Marie-Laure came to Motu in April 2010 as an intern in environmental economics.
She worked with Suzi Kerr and the environmental economics team, contributing to Motu’s nutrient trading programme. As part of this she worked with modelers at NIWA on N-trader, a model designed to simulate nutrient trading in the Lake Rotorua catchment.
Marie-Laure is part way through her Masters in Economics and Applied Mathematics at ENSAE ParisTech, a graduate school in France specialising in statistics, economics and finance.
- Anastasiadis, Simon, Marie-Laure Nauleau, Suzi Kerr, Tim Cox and Kit Rutherford. 2011. "Water Quality Management in Lake Rotorua: A Comparison of Regulatory Approaches using the NManager Model," New Zealand Agricultural and Resource Economics Society Annual Conference, Nelson, NZ, 25-26 August 2011.
- Anastasiadis, Simon, Marie-Laure Nauleau, Suzi Kerr, Tim Cox, and Kit Rutherford. 2011. "Does Complex Hydrology Require Complex Water Policy? NManager Simulations for Lake Rotorua," Motu Working Paper 11-14, Motu Economic and Public Policy Research, Wellington.