Courses, Conferences, Seminars and Lectures
Prospects for Land Value Capture
- Date(s): May 23 - 24, 2011
- Time: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
- Location(s): Charles Hotel, Cambridge, MA
- Registration: No longer accepting registrations for this event
The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy is now posting streaming video of selected Lincoln Lectures. View the Prospects for Land Value Capture lecture in its entirety.
Gregory K. Ingram
John E. Anderson, University of Nebraska
Philip Booth, University of Sheffield
Joseph J. Cordes, George Washington University
Susan S. Fainstein, Harvard University
Richard Henderson, Executive Vice President, Real Estate, MassDevelopment
James Holway, Arizona State University
Michael Luger, University of Manchester
Dean Misczynski, Public Policy Institute of California
Jin Murakami, University of California, Berkeley
Bish Sanyal, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Perry Shapiro, University of California–Santa Barbara
Richard Voith, University of Pennsylvania
Susan Wachter, University of Pennsylvania
Larry Walters, Brigham Young University
Laura Wolf-Powers, University of Pennsylvania
Anming Zhang, University of British Columbia
This meeting is the 6th annual land policy conference of the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. The event will be held in Cambridge, Massachusetts, on Monday and Tuesday, May 23-24, 2011. Presentations will address a number of topics related to the linkages among capturing land value increments and land policies under the following sessions:
I. Conceptual Frameworks of Land Value Capture,
II. The Evolution of Long-Standing State-Level Instruments,
III. The Evolution of City-Level Instruments,
IV. Capturing Land Value for Public Transport Infrastructure Investment,
V. Land Contributions to Local Public Goods Development,
VI. Community Bargaining for Land Value Capture, and
VII. Extending the Application to State and Non-Profit Sectors.
This year’s keynote speaker will be Professor Susan S. Fainstein from Harvard University who will explore the possibility of applying selected land value capture ideas to financing city development and revitalization.