Research Fellow II
Housing economics, macro economics, financial stability, applied economics
Personal webpage: http://www.andre-anundsen.com/
André is Deputy Head of Housing Lab. Before joining Housing Lab, he worked as a Senior Researcher at Norges Bank. He obtained his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Oslo in 2014.
His research agenda concentrates on micro and macro aspects of the housing housing market, the interaction between housing and credit markets and methods for detecting imbalances in the housing market.
Behavioral changes and policy effects during Covid-19: Evidence from day-by-day sales and bid-by-bid auction logs in the housing market (with Bjørnar K. Kivedal, Erling Røed Larsen and Leif Anders Thorsrud). Forthcoming in Journal of Housing Economics.
Changing supply elasticities and regional housing boomsJournal of Money, Credit and Banking (with Knut Are Aastveit and Bruno Albuquerque), forthcoming.
Asymmetric effects of monetary policy in regional housing markets American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics (with Knut Are Aastveit), forthcoming.
“Bidding behavior in housing auctions” (with Andreas Benedictow, Erling R. Larsen, and Mikkel Walbækken). Working Paper, 2022-1, Housing Lab.
Price-setting and incentives in the housing market? (with Erling Røed Larsen and Dag Einar Sommervold). Working Paper, 2020-1, Housing Lab. Reject and Resubmit in Review of Economics and Statistics.
Work in progress
Match Quality and House Price Dispersion: Evidence from Norwegian Housing Auctions (with Arne Lyshol, Plamen Nenov and Erling Røed Larsen).
The Importance of Optimism: How do Housing Experiences impact Housing Choices? (with Knut Are Aastveit and Patrick Moran).
How big is your bubble? The impact of land restrictions on the formation and duration of house price bubbles. (with Knut Are Aastveit, Bjørnar Karlsen Kivedal and Erling Røed Larsen).