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Governing Cities

A guide to innovation and practice in governing and financing the fast-growing cities of the developing worldMore >>

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Regenerating Legacy Cities

Regenerating Legacy Cities

Struggling cities can build on their assets to revitalize, say the authors of this Policy Focus ReportMore >>

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Fiscally Standardized Cities

Fiscally Standardized Cities

At a time of crisis in municipal finance, this custom database allows meaningful comparisons of outlays and revenues across 112 major citiesMore >>

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Making sure affordable housing stays that way

07.22.2014

Inclusionary housing policies -- the increasingly common practice of requiring affordable homes linked to new market-rate residential development -- need constant follow-up and careful record-keeping to ensure lasting affordability, according to new research published by the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. "Achieving Lasting Affordability through Inclusionary Housing," available for downloading as a working paper, is the largest research study of inclusionary housing programs to date. The research, by Robert Hickey, Lisa Sturtevant, and Emily Thaden, was conducted in partnership with the National Housing Conference’s Center for Housing Policy and the National Community Land Trust Network. Full Story

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