Lincoln Institute in the News


Lincoln Institute in the News

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Do Kids Really Need Teachers? For more than a decade, computer programmer Sugata Mitra has been watching some of India's poorest children teach t...

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China's rapid urbanization and economic growth has created environmental problems that are being confronted with a wide range of innovative policies, ...

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Detroit Political moves have drawn some financial data to the surface about Detroit as the city’s long spiral downward continues. Detroit&rsq...

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Taking town planners to task. In an Atlantic Cities article, Anthony Flint, a fellow at the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy in Cambridge, Mass., take...

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In 2006, Eric Loeffel, who lived most of his life in California, decided to pack up and move his educational software business from San Diego to Austi...

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Some drawn by taxes, incentives

San Diego Union-Tribune
In 2006, Eric Loeffel, who lived most of his life in California, decided to pack up and move his educational software business from San Diego to Austi...

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Detroit — For a generation, Detroit has levied as many property taxes as it legally could on its citizens. Now, after decades of plummetin...

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“It’s really about growing urban populations,” says Anthony Flint. “It’s about making our cities world wide the best and...

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HOBOKEN, N.J. — Places long accustomed to the routine beatings of hurricanes have shaped this country’s traditional response to them: evac...

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Another major snowstorm. Time to lash out at modernists. For all the flat roofs, I mean. The flat roofs collecting those staggering amounts of sn...

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This Big City reviews a new book by urban designer Julie Campoli that explores the elements crucial to creating walkable places. "Simply having shops,...

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Oregon voters may be asked to decide the most sweeping changes in statewide property tax limits since they took effect years ago. The changes could c...

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On the map the delta was bisected by the river, but in fact the river was nowhere and everywhere, for he could not decide which of a hundred green lag...

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Local residents who filed a lawsuit against the University late last year stand on unprecedented legal ground, according to legal and policy experts f...

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Last week the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland released a study finding that poverty is on the rise across the nation. Midwest urban areas have seen ...

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For many people, the concept of ‘Walkability’ simply means how many shops, cafe’s, schools and other services are within walking dis...

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In the late 1970s, Jim Levitt was a National Park Service program assistant for Alaska lands. “I was a very small part of a very large effort le...

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From storefront charities to sprawling medical centers, nonprofit groups are discovering that their property-tax-exempt status no longer shields them ...

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     GROWTH, unemployment, industrial production—data for comparing countries is in rich supply. But if economists want to analys...

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From storefront charities to sprawling medical centers, nonprofit groups are discovering that their property-tax-exempt status no longer shields them ...

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