Cuba, on the Horizon
As a nation in transition, Cuba represents a unique opportunity for knowledge-sharing on land policy, which will be a foundational component of a more open economy. The Lincoln Institute, which has done work in the island nation for many years, is rekindling collaboration on key areas in land management and land-based financing, in parallel with the ongoing historic thaw in US-Cuban relations.
Advancing innovation in scenario planning
As part of a growing effort to harness technology for better long term planning, the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, in partnership with PlaceMatters, is presenting the 6th Annual Open Planning Tools Symposium at the University of Texas at Austin....
Detroit’s Property Tax: Averting Another Disaster
Having emerged last year from the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history, Detroit is still hindered in its recovery by structural flaws in its property tax system, according to a new report published by the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. The report, Detroit and the Property Tax: Strategies to Improve Equity and Enhance Revenue, suggests several reforms to help strengthen Detroit’s property tax.
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