The New York TimesAbril 10, 2020El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
Detroit Tries New Approaches to Tax Assessment and CollectionRevista Land LinesAbril 2020By Liz Farmer, April 2, 2020
Like many U.S. cities, Detroit suffered a housing collapse during the Great Recession. The crisis delivered a serious blow to the city’s already struggling revenue stream. Unlike other cities,...
Shenzhen Explores the Benefits of Designing with NatureRevista Land LinesAbril 2020By Matt Jenkins, April 2, 2020
The bustling city of Shenzhen, China, is an economic powerhouse that has long been on the front lines of experimentation. Now the former fishing region is banking on the power of water to build a...
EventosMarzo 26, 2020
This event provides an opportunity for current David C. Lincoln Fellows to share their research on land valuation methods and receive feedback from valuation practitioners and other experts.
Documentos de trabajoMarzo 2020
How does a municipality create a property tax enforcement system that is revenue maximizing (property tax collection is as close to 100 percent as possible) but also fair (homeowners are able to...
New Apps Encourage Climate Positive DesignRevista Land LinesMarzo 2020By Rob Walker, March 24, 2020
A couple of years ago, landscape architect Pamela Conrad got curious about the climate impact of her work. How much carbon dioxide did her chosen materials release into the atmosphere? How much...
CursosMarzo 18, 2020
Advance your career in urban planning, real estate, and economic development by earning certification in municipal finance
Educación a distanciaMarzo 16, 2020Profesores: Safira de la Sala, Marielos Arlen Marín, Melinda Lis Maldonado, Cintia Fernandes
Descripción Durante el curso se desarrollan diferentes tipos de instrumentos de políticas de suelo y sus impactos ambientales en la planificación, gestión y financiación del cambio climático. En la...
Cities Seek Higher Payments in Lieu of Taxes from NonprofitsRevista Land LinesMarzo 2020By Liz Farmer, March 4, 2020
At a recent rally in front of Baltimore City Hall, activists sang, chanted, and otherwise voiced their view that the city’s major nonprofit institutions weren’t “paying their fair share” of property...
Revista Land LinesFebrero 2020Editado por Katharine Wroth
En este número, exploramos la eliminación de la zonificación unifamiliar en Minneapolis, el potencial de financiar la infraestructura verde mediante captura de valor, el impacto...