Revista Land LinesJunio 2022
Building and maintaining infrastructure is notoriously expensive, and governments often struggle to cover those costs. But emerging, innovative approaches to financing can help, explain the editors of the Lincoln Institute book "Infrastructure Economics a
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
Evidence from New ZealandDocumentos de trabajoJulio 2004Suzi Kerr, Andrew Aitken, and Arthur Grimes
New Zealand is unusual in that nearly 60% of local services are funded from property taxes. These are a mixture of land taxes, capital value taxes, annual rental value taxes and uniform general...
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...