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  1. Erosion of the Property Tax Base

    Trends, Causes, and Consequences
    Libros
    Mayo 2009
    Edited by Nancy Y. Augustine, Michael E. Bell, David Brunori, and Joan M. Youngman

    Increased reliance on residential property to generate tax revenue and soaring property values in many parts of the country have placed pressure on local officials to respond to concerns about higher...

  2. Housing Markets and the Economy

    Risk, Regulation, and Policy
    Libros
    Mayo 2009
    Edited by Edward L. Glaeser and John M. Quigley

    Based on a 2007 conference to honor the work of Karl “Chip” Case—an economist renowned for his scientific contributions to the economics of housing and public policy and co-creator...

  3. Land Value Taxation

    Theory, Evidence, and Practice
    Libros
    Mayo 2009

    This book, intended for the general reader curious about land and its taxation, brings together 12 leading scholars and practitioners to share their views on the theories and practice of land value...

  4. Property Rights and Land Policies

    Libros
    Mayo 2009
    Edited by Gregory K. Ingram and Yu-Hung Hong

    The Lincoln Institute’s third annual land policy conference explored the connections between property rights and land policies in developed and developing country contexts. The chapter authors...

  5. Property Rights and Real Estate Privatization in Russia

    A Work in Progress
    Ponencias
    Mayo 2009
    Bertrand Renaud, Joseph K. Eckert, and R. Jerome Anderson

    Russia has attempted to develop property rights institutions to facilitate the development of private real estate markets since 1991. As of 2008 only one city (Veliky Novgorod) of 171 medium and...

  6. The Myth and Reality of Eminent Domain for Economic Development

    Ponencias
    Mayo 2009

    Jerold S. Kayden, professor at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, tackles the question of just how often local governments in the United States exercise their eminent domain power to...

  7. Should Decreases in Property Value Caused by Regulations Be Compensated?

    Ponencias
    Mayo 2009
    Abraham Bell

    Ideally, government could recoup the benefits of land use planning and redistribute them to those who bear the costs. In this case takings compensation is justified. Given the reciprocal nature of...

  8. Land Registration, Economic Development, and Poverty Reduction

    Ponencias
    Mayo 2009
    Klaus Deininger and Gershon Feder

    One common objective of establishing secure private property rights in land, particularly in developing countries, is to reduce poverty. The World Bank and other international aid agencies have...

  9. Property Rights Created Under a Federalist Approach to Tradable Emissions Policy

    Ponencias
    Mayo 2009
    Dallas Burtraw and Richard Sweeney

    Property rights approaches can be employed to achieve environmental conservation. Two specific topics are examined here: tradable emission permits and conservation easements. The implementation of...

  10. Private Conservation Easements

    Balancing Private Initiative and the Public Interest
    Ponencias
    Mayo 2009

    A commonly used property rights approach to conserving the environment is private conservation easements. Gerald Korngold discusses the benefits of this policy and proposes methods to mediate some of...

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