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  1. Blueprint Shows How Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Can Create More Housing Opportunities

    Revista Land Lines
    Enero 2022
    By Lincoln Institute Staff, January 20, 2022

    Two weeks after a U.S federal agency rejected affordable housing plans from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, a coalition of housing organizations has released a blueprint showing how the two government-sponsored enterprises can better-reach underserved mortgag

  2. Mayor’s Desk: In Bogotá, a New Era for Sustainability

    Revista Land Lines
    Diciembre 2021
    By Anthony Flint, December 15, 2021

    Claudia López, mayor of Bogotá, talks with Senior Fellow Anthony Flint about how the Colombian capital is confronting climate change and creating economic opportunity by using value capture and other tools. Their discussion is part of a special series pro

  3. Nueva publicación

    Desarrollo equitativo de las antiguas ciudades industriales más pequeñas de los Estados Unidos
    Revista Land Lines
    Julio 2021

    Los antiguos centros industriales y fabriles, como Dayton, Ohio, y Gary, Indiana (conocidos como antiguas ciudades industriales) no tienen por qué elegir entre crecimiento económico e igualdad. El...

  4. How Better Community Investment Can Promote Economic Justice

    Revista Land Lines
    Diciembre 2021
    By Robert J. "R.J." McGrail, December 7, 2021

    For most of America’s history, the nation’s financial system actively perpetuated racial inequity. The Lincoln Institute's Accelerating Community Investment initiative seeks to bring new partners to the community investment ecosystem and help create a jus

  5. Lincoln Institute Dialogue Explores Land Value Capture

    Revista Land Lines
    Noviembre 2021
    By Katharine Wroth, November 11, 2021. 

    The Lincoln Institute hosted a conversation with representatives of the OECD and GIZ (German Agency for International Cooperation) about land value capture, a policy approach that recovers and reinvests increases in land value to fund projects ranging fro

  6. The Road to Revitalization

    Equitably Developing America’s Smaller Legacy Cities
    Revista Land Lines
    Octubre 2021
    By Erica Spaid Patras, Alison Goebel, and Lindsey Elam, October 20, 2021.

    How can legacy cities overcome economic and social challenges to ensure a healthy, sustainable future for all residents? A new Policy Focus Report maps out strategies for achieving durable, equitable growth.

  7. New Coalition Presses Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to Better Support Underserved Mortgage Markets

    Revista Land Lines
    Octubre 2021
    By Will Jason, October 21, 2021.

    In the face of a mounting housing affordability crisis, a coalition of housing organizations is pressing the U.S. government to better serve people who cannot access traditional mortgage markets. The Underserved Mortgage Markets Coalition, which includes

  8. Megaregions and America's Future

    Libros
    Marzo 2022
    Robert D. Yaro, Ming Zhang, and Frederick R. Steiner

    “[This] visionary book provides a high-level map that charts a path through a set of daunting challenges, imagining step-by-step the choreography of reconfiguring, and thereby renewing, the...

  9. Infrastructure Economics and Policy

    International Perspectives
    Libros
    Diciembre 2021
    Edited by José A. Gómez-Ibáñez and Zhi Liu

    “The content is highly relevant right now. As countries worldwide are designing economic recovery and stimulus programs from the COVID-19 pandemic, the question of infrastructure has come...

  10. Mayor’s Desk

    Reflecting on Equity and Regeneration in Cleveland
    Revista Land Lines
    Septiembre 2021
    By Anthony Flint, September 7, 2021

    Mayor Frank Jackson, a Cleveland native and the city's longest-serving mayor, reflects on the necessity of incorporating equity and sustainability in any urban regeneration plan.

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