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  1. The Property Tax-School Funding Dilemma

    Enfoques en políticas de suelo
    Diciembre 2007

    Property taxation and school funding are closely linked in the United States, with nearly half of all property tax revenue used for public elementary and secondary education. There is an active...

  2. An Unfettered Property Tax in Illinois

    Documentos de trabajo
    Diciembre 2007
    Nathan B. Anderson and Therese McGuire

    We evaluate property tax systems using the economic criteria of equity, efficiency and simplicity. We apply these criteria in an evaluation of both a stylized constrained property tax system in which...

  3. The Variety of Property Tax Limits

    Goals, Consequences, and Alternatives
    Otro
    Noviembre 2007
    Joan M. Youngman

    This article was originally published in State Tax Notes, a journal by Tax Analysts, on November 19, 2007. It is not surprising that the property tax gives rise to many efforts to limit tax...

  4. Land Value Taxation as a Method of Financing Municipal Expenditures in U.S. Cities

    Ponencias
    Mayo 2007

    To what extent could local governments employ land and property taxation to recoup a portion of these land values for financing local services and infrastructure? Richard W. England tackles this...

  5. Taxing Land and Property in Emerging Economies

    Raising Revenue . . . and More?
    Ponencias
    Mayo 2007
    Richard M. Bird and Enid Slack

    Richard M. Bird and Enid Slack examine the potential of land and property taxation in developing and transition countries. Bird and Slack present a less optimistic view of the use of land and...

  6. The History and Purpose of Tax Increment Finance Policy in Wisconsin

    Do Wisconsin Tax Increment Finance Districts Stimulate Growth in Real Estate Values? Do They Contribute to Sprawl?
    Documentos de trabajo
    Mayo 2007
    Russell Kashian, Mark Skidmore, and David Merriman

    Like other U.S. states, tax increment financing (TIF) is an important component of the development policy landscape in Wisconsin. While the guidelines for the use of TIF are similar to those that...

  7. What Happens When a Large City Doesn't Have a Property Tax But Attempts to Enact One

    A Case Study of Mesa Arizona
    Documentos de trabajo
    Abril 2007
    Jeffrey I. Chapman

    Mesa, a city with a population of approximately 450,000, is the largest city in the United States without a property tax. It has also grown very rapidly in the last 25 years, although now its growth...

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