Lincoln Institute in the News


Lincoln Institute in the News

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They have been called shrinking cities and gateway cities. But by any label — our preferred term is legacy cities — medium-sized metropoli...

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Where is Detroit’s sales tax? By Cate Long August 14, 2013 bankruptcy | Detroit I have read about 5,000 stories...

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Taking the Rust off the Belt: By any other name, can Legacy Cities regenerate? August 19, 2013 0 Comments Kathleen Fox is a Strong Cities, Strong...

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PAT GAROFALO Build the Hyperloop! Or More Public Transit in General By PAT GAROFALO August 13, 2013 RSS Feed Print Comm...

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VEVEY, Switzerland – The charge is that it was racism underneath the unfortunate experience of Oprah Winfrey last month in a store in Zurich. Bu...

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Course on urban development reporting open

IJNet (International Journalists Network)
Course on urban development reporting open [Brazil] Deadline: 8/9/13 Journalists interested in covering urban economics c...

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ly 15, 2013 Fischel on Fiscal Zoning and Economists' Views of the Property Tax William A. Fischel (Dartmouth-Economics; Lincoln Institute of Land Po...

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By  JOE LIGHT   CONNECT Only a year and a half ago, none other than Warren Buffett told CNBC he would invest in ...

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Overburdened

City Journal
E. J. McMahon Overburdened New York’s tax regime costs the city jobs in a hypercompetitive age. No city in America can match New York&rsquo...

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Community Blogs Home » Blogs » Community Blogs This Just In ... Kevin Fischer is a veteran broadcaster, the recipient of over ...

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More Like Hurricane Coleman by DON BOUDREAUX on AUGUST 1, 2013 in BUDGET ISSUES, CRONY CAPITALISM, CURRENT AFFAIRS,&nb...

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Change comes to Dinkytown

Minnesota Public Radio
The Minneapolis City Council last week approved the construction of a 6-story, 140-unit apartment complex near the University of Minnesota. "The sit...

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JULY 24, 2013 3:46PM Detroit’s High Property Taxes By CHRIS EDWARDS SHARE Why have so many individuals and businesses left...

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By Chris Edwards July 24, 2013 Joint Economic Committee Mr. Chairman and members of the committee, thank you for inviting ...

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Re "You get what you pay for" (Editorial cartoon, July 22): The cartoon depicts Detroit's problems as a result of public resistance to the Democratic ...

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All three networks on Thursday night and Friday morning avoided key factors in the bankruptcy of Detroit, skipping the city's astronomically high tax ...

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By  JENNIFER LEVITZ   CONNECT SMITHFIELD, R.I.—As various town-gown battles simmer throughout New Englan...

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THEY HAVE been called shrinking cities and gateway cities. But by any label — our preferred term is legacy cities — medium-sized metr...

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Homeowners to lose property tax breaks State budget phases out assistance in favor of income tax cuts Jul. 14, 2013  &n...

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Of all the themes explored in Meeting of the Minds related to urban development and infrastructure, the elephant in the room remains the question of f...

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