International and Institute-Wide Initiatives manages institute-wide projects and campaigns at the Lincoln Institute, including the municipal fiscal health campaign and land value capture campaign. The department also facilitates training programs in the United States and internationally, engages in cross-disciplinary curriculum design work that results in new courses for universities and public officials, develops and manages datasets and visualization tools, and identifies and supports new research topics.
International and Institute-Wide Initiatives coordinates Lincoln Institute's campaign to promote municipal fiscal health. This campaign draws on the work of all of the Institute's departments, addressing the planning and taxation-based aspects of fiscal health in communities around the world.
George "Mac" McCarthy, President and CEO of the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, and Neema Kudva, a member of the Department of City and Regional Planning in Cornell University's College of Architecture, Art, and Planning, discuss the necessity for shifting focus to smaller cities with populations of less than 300,000 and the need for urban planning education.
- The Bond Buyer
- Crain's Detroit Business
- Wall Street Journal
- City & State New York
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