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  1. Planning and Financing Sustainable and Equitable Cities: Global Views on Land Value Capture (A 75th Anniversary Lincoln Institute Dialogue)

    Eventos
    Octubre 27, 2021
    Speakers: 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

  2. Land Lines, Enero/Abril 2021

    Revista Land Lines
    Enero 2021
    Editado por Katharine Wroth

    Este número doble especial de Land Lines conmemora el 75.º aniversario del Instituto Lincoln de Políticas de Suelo, narra la historia de la organización y explora có...

  3. Designing Land Value Capture Tools in the Context of Complex Tenurial and Deficient Land Use Regulatory Regimes in Accra, Ghana

    Documentos de trabajo
    Marzo 2019
    Samuel Banleman Biitir

    Rapid urbanization has increased the demand for urban infrastructure services. Municipalities have attempted to finance infrastructure services with value capture instruments. The paper highlights...

  4. The Challenge of Slum Formation in the Developing World

    Revista Land Lines
    Abril 2007

    A flourishing informal market already provides housing alternatives for both poor and middle-class families in many cities where access to land is constrained in the urban core and is held privately...

  5. Property Taxation in Anglophone Africa

    Revista Land Lines
    Abril 2007

    A well-functioning property tax system could offer many benefits to the nations of sub-Saharan Africa. A dependable and locally administered source of revenue would greatly benefit local democracy...

  6. Governing and Financing Cities in the Developing World

    Enfoques en políticas de suelo
    Mayo 2014
    Roy 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...

  7. Financing Metropolitan Governments in Developing Countries

    Libros
    Abril 2013
    Edited 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...

  8. Metropolitan Infrastructure and Capital Finance

    Ponencias
    Abril 2013
    Gregory 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...

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