LibrosOctubre 2017Jonathan Barnett and Brian W. Blaesser
“Many writers have identified the deficiencies in traditional zoning and regulatory frameworks in the United States, but Jonathan Barnett and Brian Blasser offer solutions that tweak and bend...
“This timely transatlantic dialogue between planning researchers and policy makers provides a wealth of information and insights into the planning frameworks and institutions in changing...
LibrosNoviembre 2011Edited by Daniel H. Cole and Elinor Ostrom, with a foreword by Douglass C. North
This book by Daniel Cole and Elinor Ostrom, winner of the 2009 Nobel Prize in Economics, shows how property rights systems affect the use of scarce natural resources. It is a rich source of...
LibrosMayo 2011Edited by Gregory K. Ingram and Yu-Hung Hong
Developing policies that will keep climate change in check has become a global priority, as increasing greenhouse gas emissions contribute to extreme weather patterns. If these emissions remain...
Practice and ProspectLibrosAbril 2011Edited by Ethan Seltzer and Armando Carbonell
“Regional Planning in America is an extraordinary collection that presents a clear view of the field and highlights its many forms and applications for the twenty-first century. It is essential...
LibrosMayo 2010Edited by John Emmeus Davis
“The immensely damaging U.S. housing bubble, which was built on speculation, burst suddenly, with disastrous results not just for our national economy, but for individual homeowners and renters...
LibrosMarzo 2000Edited by Rosalind Greenstein and Wim Wiewel
This volume captures work by policy analysts and researchers in urban and regional planning, political science, economics, and related fields. By looking at issues such as economic interdependencies...
CityLabDiciembre 23, 2019El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
Episode 8: Hartford, Ready for a RebootRevista Land LinesDiciembre 2019By Anthony Flint, December 19, 2019
A classic post-industrial city on the brink of bankruptcy, Hartford, Connecticut, has overhauled its zoning and turned abandoned factories into craft breweries and makers spaces. Can the city be just...
El alumbrado se hace más inteligente, ¿y nosotros?Revista Land LinesNoviembre 2019Por Rob Walker
En 1879, una delegación de funcionarios de Detroit tomó un barco a vapor y cruzó el lago Erie hacia Cleveland; allí, examinó el primer alumbrado eléctrico de la nación. Tres semanas antes, el...