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  1. The Impact of Large Landowners on Land Markets

    Libros
    Agosto 2009
    Edited by Raphael W. Bostic

    The chapters in this volume examine the effect large landowners or institutions have on local land markets and the tensions that can arise between public and private interests. In the United States...

  2. Smart Growth Policies

    An Evaluation of Programs and Outcomes
    Libros
    Mayo 2009
    Edited by Gregory K. Ingram, Armando Carbonell, Yu-Hung Hong, and Anthony Flint

    Over recent decades as concerns mounted about the economic, social, and environmental impacts of sprawl, many states and localities began to put policies in place to shape settlement patterns. By the...

  3. Smart Urban Growth for China

    Libros
    Enero 2009
    Edited by Yan Song and Chengri Ding

    Increasing concerns about global warming, soaring gas prices, and environmental degradation are triggering interest in sustainable development, and China is no exception. Through more than two...

  4. Recycling the City

    The Use and Reuse of Urban Land
    Libros
    Noviembre 2004
    Edited by Rosalind Greenstein and Yesim Sungu-Eryilmaz

    This collection of essays examines underutilized, abandoned, and vacant urban land within political, economic, institutional, and policy contexts. In the volume’s three sections, the authors...

  5. Regional growth up north

    Entradas de blog
    Noviembre 2009
  6. Stop moving here

    Portland Mercury
    Octubre 22, 2009
    El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
  7. Growth and taxes

    Entradas de blog
    Octubre 2009
  8. Red carpet in Portland

    Entradas de blog
    Septiembre 2009
  9. Panama's frontier

    Entradas de blog
    Septiembre 2009
  10. Underused Lots in New York City

    Documentos de trabajo
    Septiembre 2009
    Vicki Been, Ingrid Gould Ellen, Josiah Madar, and Simon McDonnell

    Despite a robust real estate market for most of this decade, researchers and policymakers have observed that many areas of New York City have remained built out well below their zoning capacity. This...

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