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  1. Land and the City

    Enero 2016
    Edited by George W. McCarthy, Gregory K. Ingram, and Samuel A. Moody

    This book from the Lincoln Institute's 2014 Land Policy Conference examines issues of land use policies and their impact on sustainable urbanization. By 1960, one-third of the world’s...

  2. Creating productive urban landscapes

    Entradas de blog
    Diciembre 2016
  3. Creating Productive Urban Landscapes: An Emerging Framework

    Videos y multimedia
    Diciembre 2016
    Teresa Lynch and Chris Reed

    Teresa Lynch and Chris Reed present the outlines of a new, multi-disciplinary framework for conceptualizing and utilizing urban land, and discuss the enormous challenges that remain.

  4. Webinar: Financing Infrastructure for Cities

    Noviembre 9, 2016
    Moderator: Lourdes Germán

    Join the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy in our first Municipal Fiscal Health webinar focused on infrastructure finance in the U.S. featuring Dr. Julie Kim, Stanford University's Global Projects Center, and Nicole DuPuis, National League of Cities.

  5. Infrastructure: Can We Finally Think Big?

    The American Prospect
    Octubre 31, 2016
    El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
  6. Meeting of the Minds 2016: Using Tech to Enhance the Future of Our Society

    Government Technology
    Octubre 27, 2016
    El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
  7. Sharing fiscal data for cities worldwide

    Entradas de blog
    Octubre 2016
  8. At Habitat III, a Rethinking of the Urban Development Paradigm

    Octubre 22, 2016
    El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
  9. Question of the Day: What key issue is missing from the New Urban Agenda?

    Octubre 17, 2016
    El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
  10. Atlas of Urban Expansion—2016 Edition

    Volume 1: Areas and Densities
    Octubre 2016
    Shlomo Angel, Alejandro M. Blei, Jason Parent, Patrick Lamson-Hall, and Nicolás Galarza Sánchez, with Daniel L. Civco, Rachel Qian Lei, and Kevin Thom

    This book, in two volumes, illustrates how 200 of the world’s fastest growing cities have expanded physically from 1990 to 2015. Based on the online Atlas of Urban Expansion, an open-source...


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