Financiamiento escolar e impuesto sobre la propiedadRevista Land LinesFebrero 2016
Algunos de los debates políticos más significativos acerca del impuesto sobre la propiedad no tienen que ver con el impuesto en sí, sino con el uso de su recaudación para...
How State Aid and Local Property Taxes Can Together Fund Quality Education for All StudentsRevista Land LinesNoviembre 2022By Allison Ehrich Bernstein, November 15, 2022
Local property taxes and state aid each have flaws, but a thoughtful combination of these two revenue sources is the most effective recipe for funding a high-quality K–12 education for all...
C. Lowell Harriss Dissertation Fellows, 2022-2023Mayo 2023
The Lincoln Institute's C. Lowell Harriss Dissertation Fellowship Program assists Ph.D. students, primarily at U.S. universities, whose research complements the Institute's interests in land and tax...
Lincoln Institute Sessions at the 2023 IAAO Annual ConferenceConferenciasAgosto 29, 2023Ron Rakow, Paul Bidanset, Gary Cornia, and Nathan Seegert
The annual conference of the International Association of Assessing Officers (IAAO) offers state and local assessing officials the opportunity to hear varied perspectives on property tax issues from...
Effects of Reducing the Role of the Local Property Tax in Funding K-12 EducationDocumentos de trabajoNoviembre 2021Daphne Kenyon and Semida Munteanu
Between 1989 and 2018, while national reliance on local property taxation to fund K-12 education remained quite stable, 24 states increased reliance on the local property tax, while 25 states...
2023 Urban Economics and Public Finance ConferenceConferenciasMayo 18, 2023Presenters: Yilin Hou, Dan McMillen, Ruchi Singh, Keith Ihlanfeldt, Luke Rodgers, Sebastien Bradley, Nathan Seegert, Rachel Meltzer, Leah Brooks, Paul Fisher, Soomi Lee
The economic growth and development of urban areas are closely linked to the fiscal conditions of these places. This research seminar offers a forum for new academic work on the interaction of these two areas.
Successful Property Tax Reform: The Case of MassachusettsEducación a distanciaEnero 26, 2022Faculty: Karl E. Case, Jane Malme, and Ronald Rakow
This course examines the deep problems of the Massachusetts property tax in the 1970s and the subsequent reforms that created one of the most functional and fair systems in the United States.
Introduction to the Property Tax–School Funding ConnectionDiciembre 2022
Property taxation and school funding are closely linked in the United States. Forty-five percent of total public K–12 education revenues come from local governments and 80 percent of the local share...
2023 Lincoln Institute Scholars ProgramOportunidades de becasEnero 2023
Property Taxation and Local Government FinanceLibrosSeptiembre 2001Edited by Wallace E. Oates
The property tax is unpopular among both scholars and taxpayers, yet many scholars have proposed ideas to rehabilitate this tax and its role in local public finance. Based on a 2000 Lincoln Institute...