FellowshipFellowship OpportunitiesJanuary 2021
This program provides an opportunity for recent PhDs specializing in public finance or urban economics to work with senior economists.
Land Lines MagazineJanuary 2021Edited by Katharine Wroth
This special double issue of Land Lines commemorates the 75th anniversary of the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, chronicling the organization’s history and exploring how land can serve as a...
Working PapersJanuary 2021Fernanda Alfaro, Dusan Paredes, and Mark Skidmore
In this report, we provide an evaluation of the impacts in Detroit of reductions in residential effective tax rates on tax delinquency, property tax foreclosure, and homeownership. The decline in...
Graduate Student FellowshipGraduate Student Fellowship OpportunitiesJanuary 2021
The C. Lowell Harriss Dissertation Fellowship Program assists PhD students, primarily at U.S. universities, whose research complements the Lincoln Institute's interests in land and tax policy.
The News TribuneDecember 18, 2020Lincoln Institute in the News
Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego on Sustainability and Urban FormLand Lines MagazineNovember 2020By Anthony Flint, November 18, 2020
Phoenix is the fifth-largest city in the United States and the fastest-growing city in the country. For Mayor Kate Gallego—the second elected female mayor in Phoenix history and, at 39, the youngest...
Videos and MultimediaNovember 2020Episode 16 of the Land Matters podcast with Anthony Flint and Kate Gallego
Recently reelected Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego reflects on a supercharged election season – and how, among other changes, Phoenix is becoming a more sustainable, and more urban, place. The...
Episode 16: Reflections on a Changing Desert Southwest from Phoenix Mayor Kate GallegoLand Lines MagazineNovember 2020By Anthony Flint, November 13, 2020
The city of Phoenix, America’s fifth-largest metropolis, is going through some major changes—in demographics, voting patterns, and the physical landscape that has long defined the region. In this...
CityLabNovember 2, 2020Lincoln Institute in the News
Un saldo prioritarioLand Lines MagazineOctober 2020Por Anthony Flint, 2 de septiembre, 2020
Muriel Bowser alcanzó un protagonismo nacional este año por ser una voz destacada en la pandemia del coronavirus y el movimiento por la justicia racial. Bowser fue electa alcaldesa de Washington, DC...