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  1. Tax Breaks, Transparency, and Accountability: A Conversation with Greg LeRoy

    Conferencias Lincoln
    Enero 28, 2016
    Speaker: Greg LeRoy

    Join Greg LeRoy for a brief presentation on the Subsidy Tracker from Good Jobs First, followed by a conversation with Lincoln Institute President George W. "Mac" McCarthy.

  2. Cities on the Brink: The Dynamics of Fiscal Retrenchment

    Conferencias Lincoln
    Noviembre 20, 2015
    Speaker: Benedict S. Jimenez

    More than five years after the end of the Great Recession, a large majority of cities report that they are on the precipice of another budget crisis. This lecture is part of a series to promote municipal fiscal health.

  3. Open Books: Towards Transparency in Municipal Finance

    Conferencias Lincoln
    Febrero 4, 2016
    Speaker: Lynnette Kelly

    Join Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (MSRB) Executive Director Lynnette Kelly for an overview of the bond issuance process, the role of financial professionals, and the importance of disclosure.

  4. The Potential of Community Land Trusts in Rio's Favelas

    Conferencias Lincoln
    Noviembre 16, 2017
    Theresa Williamson

    Theresa Williamson will describe her CatComm's, and their community and legal partners' current understanding of the potential, hurdles, and approaches to establishing CLTs in Rio's favelas, and will expand on this concept with help from audience members.

  5. Ballot Box Conservation: How citizens are mobilizing to protect natural resources

    Conferencias Lincoln
    Mayo 10, 2017
    A Lecture by Kingsbury Browne Fellow David Hartwell

    David Hartwell will tell the story of the campaign to pass the largest land conservation ballot initiatives in U.S. history, which amended the Minnesota state constitution in 2006.

  6. How Value Capture Can Create Affordable Housing

    Conferencias Lincoln
    Febrero 10, 2017
    David Rosen, Nora Lake-Brown, and Bryan Glascock

    David Rosen, Nora Lake-Brown, and Bryan Glascock discuss how public investments and government actions increase the value of land, and how that value can be harnessed for public benefit.

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