Documentos de trabajoJulio 2020
This paper uses a specially constructed data base on city finance that accounts for the revenues and spending of the constituent governments that provide public services in cities—municipal...
PonenciasMayo 2010Michael A. Pagano
This paper by Michael A. Pagano examines different approaches U.S. municipal governments can use to deal with fiscal problems. Based on a historical analysis of general municipal revenue patterns...
LibrosMayo 2010Edited by Gregory K. Ingram and Yu-Hung Hong
Based on the proceedings of Lincoln Institute of Land Policy’s fourth annual cross-disciplinary land policy conference, this volume collects scholarly work by a wide range of experts in land...
An Asset-Based Framework for Sustainable CommunitiesDocumentos de trabajoEnero 2024Haegi Kwon, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
Many factors contribute to growing inequalities in the United States. This report focuses on how economic development policies and practices may contribute to more equitable cities and regions. It...
Developing a Regional Governance Structure to Enable Watershed Planning in Southeast LouisianaOtroJunio 2021Rachelle Sanderson, Thomas Douthat, Manohar “Manny” Patole
Louisiana’s flat geography, proximity to the Gulf of Mexico, and seasonal rain events make the state especially susceptible to flooding. Risks are particularly high because water can flow...
Documentos de trabajoEnero 2024Nathaniel R. Mattison and Kyle McKenney
Many municipalities introduced their first stand-alone green infrastructure (“GI”) plans in the late 2000s and early 2010s, specifically as a means of achieving compliance with water...
Exploring the Linkage between Economic Base, Revenue Growth, and Revenue Stability in Large Municipal GovernmentsDocumentos de trabajoMayo 2017Michael Overton and Robert Bland
The Great Recession had far-reaching consequences for the fiscal health of municipal governments. The deeply weakened economy has undermined the capacity of local governments to meet their financial...
Videos y multimediaDiciembre 2023Season 4, Episode 7 of the Land Matters podcast with Anthony Flint and Paige Cognetti.
The postindustrial city of Scranton, Pennsylvania, developed some curiously 21st century claims to fame. But now the city of 75,000 is setting its sights on new strategies for equitable economic revitalization, as Mayor Paige Cognetti explains.
Documentos de trabajoEnero 2008Jack Huddleston
The Fiscal Dimensions of Planning effort sponsored by the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy is intended to help practicing planners and students of planning understand the fiscal context and...
Asymmetry in Municipal Government Responses in Growing vs. Shrinking Counties with Focus on Capital SpendingDocumentos de trabajoNoviembre 2017Biswa Das and Mark Skidmore
Spending by municipal governments in the United States increased by more than 250 percent between 1972 and 2012, faster than population growth (48 percent increase) and growth in median household...