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  1. Yanina Canesini

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  2. Ana Claudia Mesquita Emlinger

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  3. Annette Tejada

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    Annette M. Tejada is an architect, professor, researcher, and coordinator of academic programs in the Dominican Republic. She has directed geographical information projects on urban, regional, and...

  4. Antonio Azuela

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    Antonio Azuela, member of the Social Research Institute at UNAM (Mexico’s National University), holds a law degree from the Universidad Iberoamericana (Mexico), an Ll.M. from Warwick University (G.B...

  5. Betânia de Morães Alfonsin

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    Betânia de Morães Alfonsin is a lawyer, urban planner, consultant in urban law, and professor in the School of Law at Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.

  6. Carlos Basilio

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    Carlos Alberto Basilio is an architect specializing in cadastral issues. He works at the Tax Administration Agency of the Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he focuses on property valuation...

  7. Carlos Morales Schechinger

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    Carlos Morales Schechinger is a specialist in land policy, land markets, and value capture at the Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies (IHS), The Netherlands. He previously held...

  8. Cintia Fernandes

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    Cintia Fernandes is a lawyer and administrative judge for the Municipality of Curitiba, Brazil. She is also a professor at the Brazilian Academy of Constitutional Law, University Center Curitiba (...

  9. Ciro Biderman

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    Ciro Biderman is an associate professor at the Center for the Study of Politics and Economics of the Public Sector at Getulio Vargas Foundation in São Paulo, Brazil. He is also affiliated with the...

  10. Claudia De Cesare

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    Claudia De Cesare is a property tax researcher and advisor to the Secretariat of Finance in the Municipality of Porto Alegre, Brazil. She has been involved in valuation and property taxation in the...

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