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  1. Assessing the Nonprofit Property Tax Exemption

    Should Nonprofit Entities Be Taxed for Using Local Public Goods?
    Ponencias
    Mayo 2012
    Joseph J. Cordes

    There has been a prolonged debate on whether local governments should grant nonprofit organizations tax exemptions for owning real property. At the core of this debate is an issue related to value...

  2. Experimenting with Land Value Capture on Western State Trust Land

    Ponencias
    Mayo 2012
    Susan Culp and Dan Hunting

    The use of land value capture to finance investments in state trust land is another potential extension of the concept. Traditionally, state trust land has been leased to private companies and...

  3. Town Planning Schemes as a Hybrid Land Readjustment Process in Ahmedabad, India

    A Better Way to Grow?
    Ponencias
    Mayo 2012
    Bishwapriya Sanyal and Chandan Deuskar

    In India, local governments have increasingly relied on town planning schemes (TPS) to influence urban growth and to finance affordable housing and basic infrastructure. TPS is a hybrid land...

  4. Are Property-Related Taxes Effective Value Capture Instruments?

    Ponencias
    Mayo 2012
    Lawrence C. Walters

    In examining the practicality of using property taxes to capture land value in the United States, Lawrence C. Walters found that the annual property tax is an effective value capture instrument. He...

  5. Value Capture and Land Policies

    Libros
    Mayo 2012
    Edited by Gregory K. Ingram and Yu-Hung Hong

    Attention to value capture as a source of public revenue has been increasing in the United States and internationally as some governments experience declines in revenue from traditional sources and...

  6. Financing Cities

    Ponencias
    Mayo 2010
    Robert P. Inman

    Cities and their surrounding suburban neighborhoods are economic growth agents. Not only do they provide public goods to satisfy the needs of urban residents, but they also supply local...

  7. Intergovernmental Transfers to Local Governments

    Ponencias
    Mayo 2010
    David E. Wildasin

    One often-anticipated solution for closing municipal fiscal gaps is to increase federal and state government transfers to cities. In this paper author, David E. Wildasin, examines this possibility....

  8. Trends in Local Government Revenues

    The Old, the New, and the Future
    Ponencias
    Mayo 2010
    J. Edwin Benton

    This paper by J. Edwin Benton examines the response of diverse local fiscal structures in the U.S to economic stress with the aim to determine whether small and large municipalities across regions...

  9. Creative Designs of the Patchwork Quilt of Municipal Finance

    Ponencias
    Mayo 2010
    Michael A. Pagano

    This paper by Michael A. Pagano examines different approaches U.S. municipal governments can use to deal with fiscal problems. Based on a historical analysis of general municipal revenue patterns...

  10. The Contribution of Local Sales and Income Taxes to Fiscal Autonomy

    Ponencias
    Mayo 2010
    John L. Mikesell

    In this paper, John L. Mikesell analyzes the local sales and income taxes in several U.S. states. As of 2009 the local sales tax is levied in 36 states, constituting over 30 percent of total local...

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