Essays in Public Economics in Honor of Wallace OatesLibrosJunio 2006Edited by William A. Fischel
The Tiebout Model at Fifty commemorates the fiftieth anniversary of Charles Tiebout’s enormously influential 1956 article, “A Pure Theory of Local Expenditures,” and honors the...
The Case of Commonly Owned Land in Rural South AfricaLibrosAbril 2006Michael E. Bell and John H. Bowman
Since 1995 the authors have worked on a series of property taxation projects in South Africa, funded in part by the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. South Africa envisions extending value-based...
Cases and MaterialsLibrosEnero 2006Joan Youngman, with a new foreword by David Brunori
This "go-to" book for lawyers, law students, and policy makers brings together important legal cases and materials on the fundamental legal issues concerning valuation, tax poplicy, and the...
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Changes in Institute Programs and ActivitiesRevista Land LinesOctubre 2006Gregory K. Ingram
The content of the Institute’s work program has evolved significantly over the past two years, and its annual activities have increased by about half since 2004. Reflecting this evolution and growth...
Revista Land LinesOctubre 2006Randy Gragg
Models of urban regeneration such as the Tate Modern and Canary Wharf lured the 2006 Loeb Fellows from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design to London for their annual study trip,...
Confronting Decline in an American CityVideos y multimediaSeptiembre 2006
Many American cities have experienced a persistent crisis of urban decline and the erosion of inner suburbs. Why does this happen? What are the consequences for residents? Can the decline be halted...
Desafíos para América LatinaRevista Land LinesJulio 2006
Una versión más actualizada de este artículo está disponible como parte del capítulo 7 del CD-ROM Perspectivas urbanas: Temas críticos en políticas de suelo de América Latina. La informalidad...
Challenges for Latin AmericaRevista Land LinesJulio 2006
When focusing on property tax performance, the major cause of concern is not so much informality itself, but the way public officials treat informality and how they administer a property tax system.