New Volcanic Futures

Emily has over 9 years’ experience in quantitative modelling and analysis.

In her academic research at the University of Auckland, Montana State University and Massey University Auckland, she developed mathematical models of physiological and ecological systems and used cutting-edge numerical and theoretical analysis to produce new insights and direct future work.

At Market Economics, Emily is involved in a wide range of central and local government research and consulting projects including: spatial modelling of economic and environmental systems, simulating impacts of potential policy options, estimating the economic impacts of natural hazard events, and investigating economic resilience to disruptions