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  1. Nature and Cities

    The Ecological Imperative in Urban Design and Planning
    Noviembre 2016
    Edited by Frederick R. Steiner, George F. Thompson, and Armando Carbonell

    Note: If you are ordering multiple copies of this book, please contact our warehouse by email at lincolnorders@pssc.com or by phone at 877-526-3257 for a shipping quote. “This book overflows...

  2. How the Netherlands turns transparency with property values into trust with taxpayers

    Noviembre 4, 2016
    El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
  3. WPA 2.0

    Belleza, economía, política y la creación de la nueva infraestructura pública
    Revista Land Lines
    Octubre 2016
    By Susannah Drake

    Este artículo ha sido adaptado de Nature and Cities: The Ecological Imperative in Urban Design and Planning (La naturaleza y las ciudades: El imperativo ecológico en el diseño y la planificación...

  4. WPA 2.0

    Beauty, Economics, Politics, and the Creation of New Public Infrastructure
    Revista Land Lines
    Octubre 2016
    By Susannah Drake

    An unprecedented combination of environmental problems, political evolution, and new design and technology presents an unparalleled opportunity to augment America’s failing infrastructure to...

  5. Atlas of Urban Expansion

    Visualización de datos
    Agosto 2016

    The Atlas of Urban Expansion is an open-source online resource with maps, satellite images, and data on spatial changes in cities around the world, created in partnership by the Lincoln Institute of...

  6. Revista Land Lines

    Junio 2016

    Nuestra revista trimestral gratuita hace uso de las investigaciones apoyadas por el Instituto Lincoln para explorar soluciones basadas en el suelo de problemas sociales, económicos y ambientales. Al...

  7. 2016 Urban Economics and Public Finance Conference

    Mayo 6, 2016
    Speakers: Andrew Haughwout, Ashlyn Nelson, Byron Lutz, Christian Redfearn, David Geltner, Eric Brunner, Jan K. Brueckner, John Clapp, Keren Horn, Ronan Lyons, Therese McGuire, Thies Lindenthal, Thomas Downes

    The economic growth and development of urban areas are closely linked to their revenue sufficiency and fiscal prospects. This research seminar offers a forum for new academic work on the interaction of these two fields.

  8. American cities are much more powerful than British ones – and that's not always a good thing

    Abril 22, 2016
    El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias

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