• Bidding behaviour in the housing market under different market regimes 

      Olaussen, Jon Olaf; Oust, Are; Sønstebø, Ole Jakob (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      The aim of this paper is to investigate whether different market regimes affect bidding behavior in housing auctions. Taking advantage of special circumstances in the Norwegian housing market in 2015 and 2016, we conduct ...
    • Effisient prising og handlestrategier i det nordiske kraftmarkedet 

      Darell, Stian; Sønstebø, Ole Jakob (Master thesis, 2016-09-22)
      En av funksjonene til et derivatmarked er å flytte risiko mellom aktørene. Hedgere vil betale for å kvitte seg med risiko som spekulanter er villige til å ta på seg for en gevinst. For at aktørene skal kunne ha tillit ...
    • Four essays on real estate auctions 

      Sønstebø, Ole Jakob (Doctoral theses at NTNU;2020:290, Doctoral thesis, 2020)
      The long-standing tradition of households living in self-owned homes, makes the real estate market a popular topic in Norway. This is supported by the competitive nature of the relatively unusual method of selling homes, ...
    • The impact of strategic jump bidding in residential English auctions 

      Khazal, Aras; Sønstebø, Ole Jakob; Olaussen, Jon Olaf; Oust, Are (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      In the Norwegian real estate market, used dwellings are normally sold through an auction process similar to the standard English (open ascending-bid) auction. Using survey results (N = 1,803), we define jump bids and ...
    • Opening Bid Strategies in English Auctions 

      Sønstebø, Ole Jakob; Olaussen, Jon Olaf; Oust, Are (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      Existing residential homes in Norway are sold by English auctions. This provides an exclusive opportunity to examine opening bid strategies for high-valued objects. Using unique data from surveys and auction journals, we ...
    • Valuation of energy performance certificates in the rental market – Professionals vs. nonprofessionals 

      Khazal, Aras; Sønstebø, Ole Jakob (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      The implementation of Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) is expected to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions by providing actors with information that can be used to make better-informed decisions. This paper ...