The Value Capture Debate in Latin AmericaRevista Land LinesJulio 2003
Value capture is an increasingly popular concept that seeks to capture for public benefit all or part of the increments in land value resulting from community, rather than private, investments and...
Linking Growth and Land Use to Water SupplyRevista Land LinesAbril 2003
Over the past several years, the Lincoln Institute has sponsored executive courses for state planning directors in the Northeast and in the West. In October 2002, more than 25 planning officials from...
Planning for Growth in Western CitiesRevista Land LinesJulio 2003Armando Carbonell and Lisa Cloutier
As part of the American Planning Association (APA) 2003 national conference held in Denver in March, the Lincoln Institute assembled a group of planning directors from large and small western cities...
Holly WhyteVisionary for a Humane MetropolisRevista Land LinesEnero 2003Rutherford H. Platt
In June 2002, about 300 urban design practitioners, writers, ecologists, grassroots activists and students gathered in New York City for “The Humane Metropolis: People and Nature in the 21st Century—...
Informality, Urban Poverty and Land Market PricesRevista Land LinesEnero 2003
The excessively high price of serviced land in Latin America is one of several explanations for the extent and persistence of informal land markets. Contrary to popular beliefs, informality is...
Principles for College and Community InteractionsRevista Land LinesJulio 2003Gregory S. Prince Jr.
This article is adapted from a keynote address delivered by President Gregory S. Prince Jr. of Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts, at a Lincoln Institute–sponsored conference in May 2003 at...