Conferencias LincolnFebrero 10, 2017David Rosen, Nora Lake-Brown, and Bryan Glascock
David Rosen, Nora Lake-Brown, and Bryan Glascock discuss how public investments and government actions increase the value of land, and how that value can be harnessed for public benefit.
Conferencias LincolnDiciembre 1, 2016Speakers: Teresa Lynch and Chris Reed
Teresa Lynch and Chris Reed will discuss the practical challenges created by existing land utilization regimes, and ways to transform vacant and underutilized land into an asset that can support economic growth, social equity, and environmental health.
Conferencias LincolnAgosto 26, 2016Speakers: Robin Hacke, David Wood, Christopher Goett
Robin Hacke will introduce the framework of “capital absorption” and describe how it has been applied in Los Angeles, the San Francisco Bay Area, and Denver to assess and improve community investment systems.
Conferencias LincolnEnero 28, 2016Speaker: Greg LeRoy
Join Greg LeRoy for a brief presentation on the Subsidy Tracker from Good Jobs First, followed by a conversation with Lincoln Institute President George W. "Mac" McCarthy.
PonenciasNoviembre 2015Grant Driessen and Steven Sheffrin
For U.S. cities, the property tax is the single largest source of own-source revenue, but the extent to which different cities rely on property tax revenues varies significantly. Grant Driessen and...
In this paper, Joyce Y. Man examines the evolution of Chinese housing policies and the growth of the Chinese housing market since the reforms of 1998, when the Chinese government ended its...
Lessons from the Latin American Experience, 1960–2010PonenciasNoviembre 2015Eduardo Rojas
Access and opportunity are tied in many different ways to location. One’s neighborhood and neighbors can have dramatic effects on health and political, socioeconomic, and education opportunities and...
Conferencias LincolnJunio 16, 2015Speaker: Edward T. O'Donnell
This topic has major relevance for contemporary U.S. society as it confronts questions about poverty, inequality, and corporate power, in what some have taken to calling a Second Gilded Age.
Distributional Aspects of SchoolingPonenciasMayo 2014Eric Hanushek
Eric A. Hanushek analyzes the impact of human capital on economic outcomes, arguing that cognitive skills are a better measure of human capital than years of schooling. He focuses on urban schools...
PonenciasMayo 2014Eric Brunner
Eric J. Brunner reviews two areas of research concerning the link between residential location and school quality: (1) the long-standing and growing literature on the effects of a residentially based...