Dr Munire Nazli Koseoglu
Optimising Water Use in Scotland: Valuation, Tradability and Portfolio Theory
Nazli submitted her PhD in December 2017. After finishing her PhD, Nazli received a 3 month grant from the Natural Capital Programme of NERC for the period between January 2018 and the end of March 2018 to do an industry placement. Nazli's project was looking into allocation of payments between stakeholders in Landscape Enterprise Networks, an ecosystem services scheme developed by an environmental consultancy based in Oxford and supported by various public and private organisations. Following this internship, in May 2018 Nazli started a tenure track postdoc position at the James Hutton Institute in Aberdeen as an applied economist. She currently continues working as an early career researcher at the James Hutton Institute. Her current research is concentrated around the topics of public goods and services, circular economy, behavioural change and long term economic feasibility.
Knowledge Exchange Outputs
- Water Pollution Control Under Uncertainty in Scotland
- Demistifying Natural Retention Measures
- Optimising Water Use in Scotland: Valuation, Tradablity and Porfolio Theory
- The Analysis of Single Malt Whisky's Supply Chain
- Accounting for Water Use and Its Economic Value in Scotch Whisky Industry
- Groundwater economics from a national capital valuation perspective. In Sindico, F. and Manganelli, A. (Eds). Groundwater Governance: Drawing Connections between Science, Knowledge and Policymaking.