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  1. Exploring the Use of Land Value Capture Instruments for Green Resilient Infrastructure Benefits

    A Framework Applied in Cali, Colombia
    Documentos de trabajo
    Julio 2019
    Stelios Grafakos, Alexandra Tsatsou, Luca D'Acci, James Kostaras, Adriana Patricia López Valencia, Nohemi Ramirez Aranda, and Barbara Summers

    Building resilient infrastructure is one of the major challenges cities face due to urbanization rates and climate change. Financing these investments is an additional challenge particularly for...

  2. Financing Transit Oriented Development by Value Capture

    Negotiating Better Public Infrastructure
    Documentos de trabajo
    Junio 2019
    Erwin van der Krabben, Ary Samsura, and Jinshuo Wang

    A recent World Bank report warns of the increasing problems of car-dependent urbanization (Suzuki et al. 2015), particularly in rapidly growing cities in developing countries. The integration of...

  3. Is Informal Transit Land-Oriented? Investigating the Links Between Informal Transit and Land-Use Planning in Quito, Ecuador

    Documentos de trabajo
    Mayo 2019
    Julie Gamble and Elisa Puga

    Like many Latin American cities, Quito has undergone rapid urban transformation due to transportation interventions aimed at improving equity and environmental outcomes. Yet, informal transport...

  4. 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...

  5. The Costs and Benefits of Urban Expansion

    Evidence from Mexico, 1990–2010
    Documentos de trabajo
    Marzo 2019
    Jorge Montejano, Paavo Monkkonen, Erick Guerra, and Camilo Caudillo

    Urbanization is generally linked to economic growth, and agglomeration economies mean that people in larger cities are more productive. However, urban expansion is also associated with congestion,...

  6. Distributive Impacts and Support for Mass Transportation Projects

    An Experimental Evaluation in Bogotá, Colombia
    Documentos de trabajo
    Diciembre 2018
    Alishia C. Holland

    Who supports mass infrastructure projects? Mass transportation infrastructure, such as metros and highways, is hugely expensive. But it also can deliver widespread benefits to users and windfall...

  7. Green Infrastructure in Patagonia

    Sharing the Recent Chilean Land Conservation Experience with the European Conservation Community
    Documentos de trabajo
    Noviembre 2018
    Tilmann Disselhoff and Tom Kirschey

    This paper attempts to capture some of the early lessons from the creation of a new National Park Network in Chilean Patagonia. We argue that the National Park Network of Patagonia constitutes green...

  8. Taller sobre reajuste de suelo

    Observaciones preliminares
    Documentos de trabajo
    Abril 2017
    William Doebele

    Este documento es un borrador escrito por el autor para animar la discusión en un taller organizado por el Lincoln Institute of Land Policy y para presentar y orientar las distintas...

  9. Who Will Be Affected by a Congestion Pricing Scheme in Beijing?

    Documentos de trabajo
    Septiembre 2015
    Joshua Linn, Zhongmin Wang, and Lunyu Xie

    Equity concerns have been an important obstacle to adopting congestion pricing, in both developed and developing countries. However, the existing evidence on the equity effects of congestion pricing...

  10. Contribución de valorización o mejoras en Colombia

    Análisis de la experiencia colombiana
    Documentos de trabajo
    Julio 2014

    Desde 1921 se aplica en Colombia el tributo denominado Contribución de Valorización o Mejoras. Este instrumento financiero lo utilizan todas las ciudades colombianas para financiar su infraestructura...

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