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  1. Perfil académico

    Karl E. “Chip” Case
    Revista Land Lines
    Octubre 2012

    Karl E. Case es profesor emérito de Economía en la universidad Wellesley College, donde ocupó la cátedra en economía Katherine Coman y A. Barton Hepburn y enseñó durante 34 años. Actualmente, es...

  2. Faculty Profile

    Karl E. “Chip” Case
    Revista Land Lines
    Octubre 2012

    Karl E. Case is professor of economics emeritus at Wellesley College, where he held the Katherine Coman and A. Barton Hepburn Chair in Economics and taught for 34 years. He is currently a senior...

  3. Jacinto Bené Fício e o Imposto Predial e Territorial Urbano—IPTU

    Otro
    Octubre 2012
    Edited by Claudia M. De Cesare and Eglaísa Micheline Pontes Cunha

    This illustrated booklet in Portuguese, developed by the Ministry of Cities of Brazil and the Lincoln Institute, provides a user-friendly representation of a Brazilian municipality’s experience...

  4. Payments in Lieu of Taxes by Nonprofits

    Which Nonprofits Make PILOTs and Which Localities Receive Them?
    Documentos de trabajo
    Septiembre 2012
    Adam H. Langley, Daphne A. Kenyon, and Patricia C. Bailin

    This report provides more information than was previously available in any single source on the individual nonprofits that make payments in lieu of taxes (PILOTs) and the localities which receive...

  5. The State of Local Government Pensions

    A Preliminary Inquiry
    Documentos de trabajo
    Julio 2012
    Tracy M. Gordon, Heather M. Rose, and Ilana Fischer

    State government pensions have attracted considerable media and scholarly attention. Less well understood are the nation’s 3,196 locally administered plans. This paper represents a first step toward...

  6. Central City Revenues After the Great Recession

    Revista Land Lines
    Julio 2012

    Even as the fiscal condition of most state governments is slowly improving, many central cities have only recently begun to feel the full impacts of the economic slowdown and the disruptions to the...

  7. Improving the Performance of the Property Tax in Latin America

    Enfoques en políticas de suelo
    Junio 2012

    The challenges of establishing a successful and sustainable property tax in Latin American countries are numerous and varied, yet many jurisdictions are implementing viable reforms. Public officials...

  8. Rethinking Property Tax Incentives for Business

    Enfoques en políticas de suelo
    Junio 2012

    The use of property tax incentives for business by local governments throughout the United States has escalated over the last 50 years. While there is little evidence that these tax incentives are an...

  9. Special Assessments in California

    35 Years of Expansion and Restriction
    Ponencias
    Mayo 2012
    Dean J. Misczynski

    The use of special assessments in California is one of the longest value capture experiences in the United States. In this paper Dean J. Misczynski describes this instrument and related financing...

  10. Collecting Land Value Through Public Land Leasing

    Ponencias
    Mayo 2012

    In this paper, John E. Anderson examines the experience of leasing public land in China. Specifically, he addresses the issues related to the adoption of a proposed ad valorem property tax within a...

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