Erlend Eide Bø

Research Fellow

Contact information:

Tel.+47 40 90 24 57

Research interests:

Housing economics, urban economics; public economics

Personal webpage:

Erlend is a part-time researcher at Housing Lab and Senior Researcher in the Research department at Statistics Norway. He obtained a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Oslo, 2017.

He is particularly interested in urban housing markets: Allocation mechanisms, housing development and the impact of taxes and other institutions.

Taxation of housing: Killing several birds with one stone, forthcoming, Review of Income and Wealth.

Heterogeneity of the Carnegie effect (with Elin Halvorsen and Thor Olav Thoresen), Journal of Human Resources, 2019, 54 (3), pp. 726 – 759.

Match quality in housing transactions: What can we learn from comparing buyers and sellers?, Journal of Housing Economics, 2018, 41, pp. 184 – 199. 

Taxes on the Internet: Deterrence Effects of Public Disclosure (with Joel Slemrod and Thor Olav Thoresen) , American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, 2015, 7(1), pp. 36 – 62.  

Working papers

Buy to let: Investment buyers in a housing search model, Discussion Papers, 2019 – 896, Statistics Norway.

Work in progress

Market rate housing construction in urban neighborhoods (with Stefan Leknes)

Measuring housing market mismatch