In this century citizens and policy makers across the world have paid growing attention to the problem of equity. The causes of inequitable development are numerous and manifest across multiple...
Planning and Financing Sustainable and Equitable Cities: Global Views on Land Value Capture (A 75th Anniversary Lincoln Institute Dialogue)EventosOctubre 27, 2021Speakers: Enrique Silva, Barbara Scholz, and Rudiger Ahrend
Land value capture is a policy approach that enables communities to recover and reinvest land value increases that result from public investment and other government actions. Land value capture is rooted in the notion that public action should generate pu
Learning from Cape Town’s Experience with One-Off Contributions from DevelopersDocumentos de trabajoJulio 2021Stephen Berrisford, Liza Rose Cirolia, and Elisabeth Makumbi
There is increasing interest in the applicability of land-based financing instruments in subSaharan Africa. African cities are opportune sites to explore the potential of land-based financing....
EventosMayo 4, 2021
Join WRI and the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy for an engaging conversation with urban experts from around the world to discuss whether and how land value capture can be implemented effectively and in service to urban equity objectives.
Cómo verificar los bonos verdesRevista Land LinesJulio 2016By Christopher Swope, Citiscope
Se estima que la implementación del acuerdo climático de París en todo el mundo costará más de US$12 billones en el curso de 25 años. Así que no es de sorprender que gran parte de la conversación...
Verifying Green BondsRevista Land LinesJulio 2016By Christopher Swope, Citiscope
Across the globe, implementing the Paris climate agreement is expected to cost more than US$12 trillion over 25 years. So it’s not surprising that much of the conversation since the agreement was...
Enfoques en políticas de sueloMayo 2014Roy W. Bahl and Johannes F. Linn
The economic activity that drives growth in developing countries is heavily concentrated in urban areas. Big cities generate the most dynamic economic development, the strongest links to the global...
LibrosAbril 2013Edited by Roy W. Bahl, Johannes F. Linn, and Deborah L. Wetzel
This work uses case studies of urban financing mechanisms in China, India, and Brazil to help decision makers in developing countries address the challenges of rapid metropolitan growth. The report...
PonenciasAbril 2013Gregory K. Ingram, Zhi Liu, and Karin L. Brandt
This paper provides a baseline analysis and comparison of private participation in key infrastructure (energy, transportation, telecommunications, water and sanitation) for developing countries...
Next CityJulio 27, 2016El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias