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  1. China's housing boom

    Entradas de blog
    Abril 2011
  2. City sends ‘tax’ bills to major nonprofits

    The Boston Globe
    Abril 24, 2011
    El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
  3. Prime property, no taxes

    SouthCoast Today
    Abril 17, 2011
    El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
  4. Housing crash spawns 'zombie' subdivisions

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch
    Abril 17, 2011
    El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
  5. Prov Fiscal Crisis: Should the Private Universities Pony Up?

    GoLocalProvidence
    Abril 11, 2011
    El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
  6. Education funding woes

    American School Journal
    Abril 2, 2011
    El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
  7. Perfil Docente

    Ciro Biderman
    Revista Land Lines
    Abril 2011

    Ciro Biderman es profesor asociado en los programas de grado y postgrado de administración pública y economía en la Fundación Getulio Vargas (FGV) de São Paulo; investigador asociado en el Centro de...

  8. Report From the President

    Housing—Future Imperfect
    Revista Land Lines
    Abril 2011
    Gregory K. Ingram

    From 2000 to the end of 2005, the value of U.S. residential land and dwellings increased from $14 trillion to $24 trillion. Until about 2002, housing price increases had followed the normal pattern...

  9. The New American Ghost Towns

    Revista Land Lines
    Abril 2011
    Justin B. Hollander, Colin Polsky, Dan Zinder, and Dan Runfola

    Over the last several years, growing public attention has centered on the fallout from the subprime lending debacle—an unprecedented event that has resulted in massive foreclosures and widespread...

  10. The Municipal Fiscal Crisis and Payments in Lieu of Taxes by Nonprofits

    Revista Land Lines
    Abril 2011

    PILOTs are voluntary payments made by tax-exempt nonprofits as a substitute for property taxes, but their revenue potential varies across municipalities because of large differences in the impact of...

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