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  1. Assessment Reform in Indiana

    One Step Forward, Two Steps Back
    Revista Land Lines
    Noviembre 2000
    Frank Kelly and Jeff Wuensch

    The property tax in Indiana has long generated considerable public policy debate, centering on the methods prescribed by the state to determine property values. Most states use some form of market...

  2. Regional Planning in America

    Updating Earlier Visions
    Revista Land Lines
    Noviembre 2000
    Ethan Seltzer

    Seeking to reactivate discussion of regionalism in the twenty-first century, Armando Carbonell, senior fellow and director of the Lincoln Institute's Program on Land as Common Property, and Robert...

  3. Land Lines, November 2000

    Revista Land Lines
    Noviembre 2000
    Edited by Ann LeRoyer

    This issue explores the principal features and critical reform issues of Indiana’s property tax and assessment systems; new visions for regional planning in America; and spatially-based urban...

  4. Urban Spatial Segregation

    Forces, Consequences, and Policy Responses
    Revista Land Lines
    Noviembre 2000
    By Rosalind Greenstein, Francisco Sabatini, and Martim Smolka

    Spatial segregation is a feature of metropolises from San Diego to Boston, from Santiago to Cape Town, from Belfast to Bangalore. In some places the segregation is associated primarily with racial...

  5. Land Value Taxation and Eco-taxation

    Their Social and Economic Inter-relationship
    Documentos de trabajo
    Octubre 2000
    Nathaniel Lichfield and Owen Connellan

    This Report is a preliminary exploration of the inter-relationship between two forms of taxation: the long established land value taxation an the recently emerging eco-taxation. The exploration...

  6. Farming Inside Cities

    Entrepreneurial Urban Agriculture in the United States
    Documentos de trabajo
    Septiembre 2000
    Jerry Kaufman and Martin Bailkey

    Most people think of farming as an activity occurring almost exclusively on rural land. This report, however, takes a look at cities in the United States—especially those affected more...

  7. Promoting More Equitable Brownfield Redevelopment

    Revista Land Lines
    Septiembre 2000
    Nancey Green Leigh

    Because many brownfield sites are located in areas with depressed property values, the cost of remediation and redevelopment can be greater than the expected resale value. These sites, referred to...

  8. Land Policy Issues in Latin America

    Revista Land Lines
    Septiembre 2000

    While it is known as a region of great diversity, Latin America is also characterized by common legacies that directly or indirectly affect land issues. These include a heritage of patrimonialism...

  9. Land Lines, September 2000

    Revista Land Lines
    Septiembre 2000
    Edited by Ann LeRoyer

    This issue looks at the need to redevelop low-value brownfield properties that are often neglected in marginal U.S. urban communities; and land policy issues tied to traditions of patrimonialism and...

  10. Land Value Taxation for the Benefit of the Community

    A Review of the Current Situation in the European Union
    Documentos de trabajo
    Septiembre 2000
    Nathaniel Lichfield and Owen Connellan

    In the European Union the extant tax harmonisation across countries is minimal, be it in tax systems or tax rates. In recent years the debate as to whether or not there should be more harmonisation,...

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