ERLING RØED LARSEN
Housing Economics Urban Economics
Empirical Economics Consumer behavior
Applied Econometrics Resource Economics
Institution: University of California, Berkeley
Fields of concentration: Environmental and Resource Economics,
Economic History, Applied Statistics
Dissertation title: “Consumption, Inequality, and the Environment”
Date of Completion: March 2001
Principal Advisor: Professor J. Bradford DeLong
Co-Advisors: Professors Clair Brown and Michael Hanemann
University of California, Berkeley M.A. 1999 Statistics
University of Oslo Cand.Polit. 1995 Economics
University of Oslo Cand.Mag. 1991 Maths, Philos., Psych.
Head of Research, Eiendomsverdi
Professor II, Dept. of Economics, BI Norwegian Business School
Senior Economist II, Formuesforvaltning
Economist, Research Fellow, and Senior Research Fellow, Statistics Norway
Research Assistant, Institute of Industrial Relations, UC Berkeley
Professor, 2011-2015, Dept. of Economics, BI Norwegian Business School
Associate Professor, 2010-2011, Dept. of Economics, BI Norwegian Business School
Associate Professor II, 2005-2007, Dept. of Economics, BI Norwegian Business School
Instructor, Dept. of Economics, University of Oslo
PUBLICATIONS IN PEER-REVIEWED INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS
21. Born to run behind? Persisting birth month effects on earnings (w I. F. Solli), forthcoming, Labour Economics, 2017
20. Thick Market Effects, Housing Heterogeneity, and the Determinants of Transaction Seasonality (w P. Nenov and D. E. Sommervoll), Economic Journal, 2016, 126: 598, pp. 2402-2423
19. The Engel Curve of Owner-occupied Housing Consumption, Journal of Applied Economics, 2014, 17: 2, pp 325 – 352.
18. Strategic Sequencing Behavior among Owner-occupiers: The Role Played by Sell-first Movers in a Housing Recovery (med A. K. Anundsen), Journal of European Real Estate Research, 2014, 7: 3, pp. 295 – 306.
17. Is the Engel Curve Approach Viable in The Estimation of Alternative PPPs? Empirical Economics, 2014, 47: 3, pp. 881 – 904.
16. Using House Prices to Compute the Price of Housing in the CPI (w T. Beatty and D. E. Sommervoll), 2010, Economics Letters, 106: 3, pp. 238-240
15. What May Eventually Limit House Prices? Evidence from Engel Elasticities and Budget Shares on Housing, Housing, Theory, and Society, 2010, 27:1, pp. 95-108
14. Driven to Drink? Sin Taxes near A Border (w T. Beatty and D. E. Sommervoll), Journal of Health Economics, 2009, 28: 6, pp. 1175-1184
13. Impact on Rent from Tenant and Landlord Characteristics and Interaction (w D. E. Sommervoll), Regional Science and Urban Economics, 2009, 39, pp. 316-322.
12. Using Inverted Engel Curves to Estimate Material Standard of Living in a Household, Empirical Economics, 2009, 36, pp. 109-132.
11. Testing the Efficiency of the Norwegian Housing Market (w S. Weum), Journal of Urban Economics, 2008, 64, pp. 510-517
10. Does the CPI Mirror the Cost of Living? Engel’s Law Suggests Not in Norway, Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 2007, 109: 1, pp. 177-195
9. Distributional Effects of Environmental Taxes on Transportation: Evidence from Engel Curves in the United States, Journal of Consumer Policy, 2006, 29: 3, pp. 301-318.
8. Escaping the Resource Curse and the Dutch Disease? When and Why Norway Caught up with and Forged ahead of Its Neighbors, American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 2006, 65: 3, pp. 605-640.
7. The Top Three Questions in Economics: When Theory Is Confronted with History, Scandinavian Economic History Review, 2005, 53: 3, pp. 34-57
6. Are Rich Countries Immune to the Resource Curse? Evidence from Norway's Management of Its Oil Riches, Resources Policy, 2005, 30: 2, 2005, pp. 75-86
5. Using Engel Curves to Estimate Bias in the Canadian CPI as a Cost of Living Index (w T. Beatty), Canadian Journal of Economics, 2005, 38: 2, pp. 482-499
4. Inequality of Housing? Evidence from Segmented House Price Indices (w D. E. Sommervoll), Housing, Theory, and Society, 2004, 21: 2, s 77-88
3. From Data to Decision: The Three Elements of Policymaking Illustrated by the Case of Global Warming, The Nordic Journal of Political Economy, 2003, 29: 2, pp. 133-154.
2. The Purchase of Equipment as a Factor in Consumer Production of Outdoor Experiences, Journal of Consumer Policy, 2003, 26: 3, pp. 351-371.
1. Distributional Effects of Environmental Taxes on Transportation (w J. Aasness), Journal of Consumer Policy, 2003, 26: 3, pp. 279-300.
2016 Økonomi i sofakroken, Scriptorium
2012 Penger, Scriptorium
2009 Finanskrise! Lånefest, boligboble – og dagen derpå, Gyldendal
2007 Økonomi på trikken, Gyldendal
2004 Alt du vil vite om samfunnsøkonomi -- men aldri har våget å spørre om, Gyldendal
FELLOWSHIPS, HONORS, AWARDS & GRANTS:
2014 “Best professor”, Executive Master of Business Adm., BI Norwegian Business School
2012 “Best Faculty”, Exe. Master of Business Adm. Energy Man., BI Norwegian Business School
2012 “Best Faculty”, Executive Master of Business Adm., BI Norwegian Business School
2010 Research Grant “Capital Gains Taxes”, Norwegian Research Council
2008 Research Grant “Housing and Macro”, Norwegian Research Council
2006 Stipend, Norwegian Scientific Literature Union, popularization
2006 Leiv Eiriksson's Grant, Norwegian Research Council
2003 Scholarship, Central Bank of Norway (Fund for Economic Research), Oslo
2002, 2008 Scholarship, Professor Wilhelm Keilhaus Minnefond, Oslo
2002 Scholarship, Ingegerd og Arne Skauges forskningsfond, Oslo
2002-2003 Post-Doctorate Fellowship, Norwegian Research Council
2001 The Kuznets Price. Best article in "Økonomiske Analyser"
1999 E. Scott Memorial. Award, Dept. of Statistics, UC Berkeley
1996-1999 J. William Fulbright Scholarship, US Dept. of State
1998 Fridtjof Nansen Scholarship, Oslo
1995 1st Prize, Norwegian Research Council's Essay Competition
1995 Dept. Citation, No.1 graduate, Dept. of Economics, University of Oslo