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  1. Cómo aprovechar el capital

    El Marco de Absorción de Capital para inversiones comunitarias
    Revista Land Lines
    Junio 2017
    Por Loren Berlin

    Denver, San Francisco y Los Ángeles han estado coordinando sus esfuerzos para aliviar la escasez local de vivienda al alcance del bolsillo. Al unir sus fuerzas en “talleres de absorci...

  2. Planeta de ciudades

    Libros
    Junio 2015

    This book develops a science of global cities to prepare for the coming expansion of the planet's population and questions the main tenets of the Containment Paradigm. It provides planners and...

  3. Local Government Finances

    The Link Between Intergovernmental Transfers and Net Worth
    Ponencias
    Mayo 2008
    Luiz de Mello

    In this paper, Luiz de Mello, using panel-based aggregate local government data from 13 OECD countries, examines the causal relationship between intergovernmental transfers and subnational...

  4. Mobile Telephony and Socioeconomic Dynamics in Africa

    Ponencias
    Mayo 2013
    Mirjam de Bruijn

    This paper by Mirjam de Bruijn examines the development of telecommunication infrastructure in sub-Saharan Africa and illustrates the impact with anthropological case studies in four specific...

  5. A New Financial Instrument of Value Capture in São Paulo

    Certificates of Additional Construction
    Ponencias
    Mayo 2010

    In this paper, Paulo Sandroni discusses a new instrument called the Certificates of Additional Construction Potential bonds (known in Brazil by the name Certificados de Potencial Adicional de Constru...

  6. Fiscal Decentralization and Land Policies

    Libros
    Mayo 2008
    Edited by Gregory K. Ingram and Yu-Hung Hong

    The study of fiscal decentralization has important policy implications for urban growth management, environmental conservation, and property taxation. First, fiscal decentralization gives local...

  7. Infrastructure and Land Policies

    Libros
    Mayo 2013
    Edited by Gregory K. Ingram and Karin L. Brandt

    More than 50 percent of the global population resides in urban areas where land policy and infrastructure interactions facilitate economic opportunities, affect the quality of life, and influence...

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