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  1. Comparative Policy Perspectives on Urban Land Market Reform

    Revista Land Lines
    Noviembre 1998
    Gareth A. Jones

    Numerous convergent trends motivated 40 academics and practitioners from 15 countries to meet at the Lincoln Institute in July 1998 to discuss recent land market reforms. First, the recognition that...

  2. Public Land Management

    The Brasilia Experience
    Revista Land Lines
    Noviembre 1998

    Brasilia, the capital of Brazil, was inaugurated in the early 1960s as a "new city" that was to usher in a new era for Latin American metropolises, demonstrating how the government's efficient use of...

  3. The Landscape of Ideas on Property Rights

    Revista Land Lines
    Noviembre 1998

    My experience in attending the "Who Owns America? II" conference in Madison, Wisconsin, last June was like contemplating a landscape of ideas about land and people. From my perspective, this...

  4. Land Lines, November 1998

    Revista Land Lines
    Noviembre 1998
    Edited by Ann LeRoyer

    This issue looks at comparative policy perspectives on market reform and management of urban land; the public land management framework of Brazil’s capital; and ideas on the importance and...

  5. Fiscal and Regulatory Instruments for Value Capture

    The Case of Santo Andre
    Revista Land Lines
    Septiembre 1998
    Jeroen Klink, Luis Carlos Afonso, and Irineu Bagnariolli Jr.

    In Santo Andre and all Brazilian cities, the value per square meter of land is fixed by law, thus hindering the capacity of the city administration to tax real estate property according to its market...

  6. Overcoming Obstacles to Brownfield and Vacant Land Redevelopment

    Revista Land Lines
    Septiembre 1998
    Thomas K. Wright and Ann Davlin

    June 22, 1998, saw an event that would have been improbable only a short while ago-developers, public officials and environmentalists gathered in Newark's Ironbound neighborhood to announce the...

  7. Exploring Cuba's Urban and Environmental Heritage

    Revista Land Lines
    Septiembre 1998

    Cuba is a striking country. Its historic capital city of Havana boasts 400 years of architectural heritage. Many areas are in a state of sad decay but some represent very creative approaches to...

  8. Large-scale Development

    A Teleport Proposal for Cordoba
    Revista Land Lines
    Septiembre 1998
    David Amborski and Douglas Keare

    Changes in the global economy, telecommunications and transportation systems are causing cities throughout the world to look at large-scale development projects as a way to restructure land uses and...

  9. Land Lines, September 1998

    Revista Land Lines
    Septiembre 1998
    Edited by Ann LeRoyer

    This issue explores fiscal and regulatory instruments for value capture in Brazil; remedies to the challenges of redeveloping brownfields and vacant land in the U.S. Northeast; Cuba’s urban and...

  10. International Forum on Regularization and Land Markets

    Revista Land Lines
    Julio 1998

    Scholars and practitioners involved with the regularization of low-income settlements in Latin America shared their experiences in a forum sponsored by the Lincoln Institute last March and hosted by...

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