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  1. A Global Compendium and Meta-Analysis of Property Tax Systems

    Documentos de trabajo
    Junio 2014
    Richard Almy

    This report is a global compendium of significant features of systems for recurrently taxing land and buildings. It is based on works in English, many of which were published by the Lincoln Institute...

  2. The Development of Property Taxation in Economies in Transition

    Case Studies from Central and Eastern Europe
    Libros
    Septiembre 2001
    Edited by Jane H. Malme and Joan M. Youngman

    In the 1990s, Central and Eastern Europe transitioned from communist to market economies and property taxation took on an important role as many countries developed new fiscal policies and new...

  3. Market Value-Based Taxation of Real Property

    Revista Land Lines
    Mayo 2001
    Jane H. Malme

    Over the past decade of transition from communist to market economies, property taxation has taken on economic, political and legal importance as the countries in Central and Eastern Europe have...

  4. Implementation of the Real Property Tax in Veliky Novgorod

    Land Policy Issues
    Ponencias
    Mayo 2001
    Natalia Kalinina

    This paper was written for and presented at a Lincoln Institute course titled, “Land Reform and Emerging Property Market in Russia,” held May 29-30, 2001, in St. Petersburg, Russia.

  5. European Property Taxation

    Changing Times
    Revista Land Lines
    Marzo 2001
    Peter K. Brown and Moira Hepworth

    The study of property taxation in Europe offers special challenges because each country has a different definition of land and property, and a different approach to local property taxation. The term...

  6. Land Lines, March 2001

    Revista Land Lines
    Marzo 2001
    Edited by Ann LeRoyer

    This issue provides an overview of various property taxation methods utilized by European countries; an analysis of Latin America’s urban sprawl patterns and land regulation challenges; and a...

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