El Sistema de Actuación por CooperaciónDocumentos de trabajoEnero 2021David Leipziger
Growing cities in Latin America are expanding their urban footprints at the expense of central cores. The result strains public resources, and local governments increasingly pursue strategies to...
Revista Land LinesEnero 2021Edited by Katharine Wroth
This special double issue of Land Lines commemorates the 75th anniversary of the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, chronicling the organization’s history and exploring how land can serve as a...
EventosEnero 28, 2021
This event provides an opportunity for current David C. Lincoln Fellows to share their research on land valuation methods and receive feedback from valuation practitioners and other experts.
Evidence from the Pennsylvania ExperienceDocumentos de trabajoEnero 2021Andrew Hanson
This paper estimates the relationship between business establishment location and split-rate property taxation. Using variation in split-rate adoption and intensity by municipalities across...
Documentos de trabajoEnero 2021Fernanda Alfaro, Dusan Paredes, and Mark Skidmore
In this report, we provide an evaluation of the impacts in Detroit of reductions in residential effective tax rates on tax delinquency, property tax foreclosure, and homeownership. The decline in...
Impacts on Tax BaseDocumentos de trabajoEnero 2021Zhou Yang and Zackary Hawley
Municipalities debating land value taxation or split-rate taxation need empirical evidence to understand how the transition of property tax regimes will affect their tax base. Using a valuable data...
From Assessment to Collection, Three Places That Built Stronger Property Tax SystemsRevista Land LinesEnero 2021By Liz Farmer, January 12, 2021
What does the property tax look like when it works well, and how can municipalities improve the way they assess properties, collect taxes, and communicate about this essential financial instrument?...
How the Lincoln Institute Helped Bring Property Taxes into the Computer AgeRevista Land LinesEnero 2021By Will Jason, January 12, 2021
In the early 1970s, the property tax was one of America’s favorite villains. Homeowners had seen their tax bills soar to new heights. Stories of corrupt assessors filled the news. And policy makers...
Graduate Student FellowshipOportunidades de becas de posgradoEnero 2021
The C. Lowell Harriss Dissertation Fellowship Program assists PhD students, primarily at U.S. universities, whose research complements the Lincoln Institute's interests in land and tax policy.
Educación a distanciaMarzo 1, 2021Coordinadora: Annette Tejada
El curso es una primera aproximación a la gestión urbana para el desarrollo sostenible desde la perspectiva de la planificación como mecanismo de diagnóstico, predicción y resolución de conflictos.