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  1. Land Lines, July 2005

    Revista Land Lines
    Julio 2005
    Edited by Ann LeRoyer

    This issue looks at strategies to stabilize property taxes in volatile U.S. real estate markets; the fundamentals and policy implications of North America’s “megapolitan” (large...

  2. Faculty Profile

    Jack R. Huddleston
    Revista Land Lines
    Julio 2005

    Jack Huddleston is professor of urban and regional planning and is affiliated with the Gaylord Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He received his Ph.D...

  3. From Walden to Wall Street

    Frontiers of Conservation Finance
    Libros
    Octubre 2005
    Edited by James N. Levitt

    In the absence of innovation in the field of conservation finance, a daunting funding gap faces conservationists aiming to protect America’s system of landscapes that provide sustainable...

  4. Faculty Profile

    Lawrence Susskind
    Revista Land Lines
    Abril 2005

    Lawrence Susskind is the Ford Professor of Urban and Environmental Planning at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and president of the Consensus Building Institute, in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He...

  5. Universities as Developers

    An International Conversation
    Revista Land Lines
    Enero 2005
    Barbara Sherry

    In the United States we are used to thinking about the university within the context of its host city. The University of Wisconsin in Madison, the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill and the...

  6. American Spatial Development and the New Megalopolis

    Revista Land Lines
    Abril 2005
    Armando Carbonell and Robert D. Yaro

    This article is adapted from a policy roundtable report on national spatial development strategies prepared under the auspices of the Lincoln Institute, Regional Plan Association and the University...

  7. America's Megapolitan Areas

    Revista Land Lines
    Julio 2005
    Robert E. Lang and Dawn Dhavale

    Megapolitan areas are integrated networks of metro- and micropolitan areas. The name “megapolitan” plays off Jean Gottmann’s 1961 “megalopolis” label by using the same prefix. We find that the United...

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