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  1. How Land Value Capture Can Pay for Infrastructure, Affordable Housing, and Public Services

    Revista Land Lines
    Septiembre 2022
    By Will Jason, September 14, 2022

    As cities and towns seek funding for transportation, parks, affordable housing, and other public goods, they often overlook one of their most valuable assets—land. A new Policy Focus Report from the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy shows how local governm

  2. Return on Investment: Research Links Climate Action with Land and Property Value Increases

    Revista Land Lines
    Julio 2022
    By Anthony Flint, July 21, 2022

    The world’s cities need trillions of dollars to mitigate and adapt to climate change, yet only half of that need is being met through existing climate finance flows. Land-based financing instruments are an underutilized tool that can help close that gap.

  3. As Boston Builds Climate Infrastructure, Developers Are Helping to Pay for It

    Revista Land Lines
    Junio 2022
    By Anthony Flint, June 16, 2022

    With 47 miles of coastline vulnerable to the rising seas that come with climate change, Boston is considering a range of innovative techniques to build resilience against the inevitable impacts of climate change. But one of the most groundbreaking feature

  4. Land Value Capture in the United States

    Funding Infrastructure and Local Government Services
    Enfoques en políticas de suelo
    Septiembre 2022

    Land value capture (LVC) is based on a simple core premise: public action should generate public benefit.

  5. The 38th and Blake Incentive Overlay

    How Denver Used Land Value Capture to Create Affordable Housing in a Redeveloping, Transit-Oriented Neighborhood
    Documentos de trabajo
    Febrero 2022
    Kathleen McCormick

    This case study tells the story of a land value capture policy implemented by the City and County of Denver, Colorado in 2017–2018 in the in the River North (RiNo, pronounced “rhino...

  6. 2019 Economic Perspectives on State and Local Taxes

    Conferencias
    Mayo 6, 2019
    Speakers: William Glasgall, Jeffrey P. Thompson, Peter Nelson, Sally Wallace, Steven Sheffrin, Bo Zhao, Emily Parker, Graham Campbell, Alison Goebel, Matthew Englander, Adam Langley
    Co-Sponsor: New England Public Policy Center, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

    An interactive seminar targeted to legislators in the New England states

  7. Local Nonproperty Revenues

    Ponencias
    Abril 2013
    Jorge Martinez-Vazquez

    In this paper, Jorge Martinez-Vazquez focuses on the current theory and practice of non-property tax assignments to local urban governments in developing and developed countries. Although the...

  8. How Alternative Revenue Structures Are Changing Local Government

    Ponencias
    Mayo 2010
    Tracy M. Gordon and Kim Rueben

    In this paper, Tracy M. Gordon and Kim Rueben note that the revenue mix for local government changes frequently in response to economic shocks, policy shifts, and technological advances in tax...

  9. An Analysis of Alternative Revenue Sources for Local Governments

    Ponencias
    Mayo 2010
    David L. Sjoquist and Andrew V. Stephenson

    In this paper, David L. Sjoquist and Andrew V. Stephenson evaluate the property tax, local sales tax, and local income tax using a standard set of criteria, including efficiency, equity, tax base...

  10. 2018 Economic Perspectives on State and Local Taxes

    Conferencias
    Mayo 11, 2018
    Speakers: Jared Walczak, Andrew Reschovsky, W. Bartley Hildreth, Riley Sullivan, Donald Boyd, Mary Burke, Nicholas Johnson, Alicia Munnell, Abby Walters, Therese McGuire
    Co-Sponsor: New England Public Policy Center, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

    An interactive seminar targeted to legislators in the New England states

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