LibrosAgosto 2009Edited by Raphael W. Bostic
The chapters in this volume examine the effect large landowners or institutions have on local land markets and the tensions that can arise between public and private interests. In the United States...
People, Nature, and RegionsLibrosAgosto 2009Matthew J. McKinney and Shawn Johnson
This work on regional collaboration grows out of what has itself become a long-standing collaboration between the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy and the University of Montana Public Policy Research...
Revista Land LinesJulio 2009
A joint venture between the Lincoln Institute and the African Tax Institute has begun to research data on property taxes. This information is extremely difficult to obtain in many nations, yet it...
The Changing Landscape of Local Public RevenuesRevista Land LinesJulio 2009Gregory K. Ingram
John H. BowmanRevista Land LinesJulio 2009
Faculty Profile, John H. Bowman
Revista Land LinesJulio 2009Edited by Ann LeRoyer
This issue explores the American university’s evolved role as a driver of urban development; a joint venture between the Lincoln Institute and the African Tax Institute to shed light on African...
The Existence and Extent of Locally-Imposed Tax and Expenditure LimitsDocumentos de trabajoJunio 2009Leah Brooks and Justin Phillips
Though the social science literature has thoroughly dissected the extent, causes, and consequences of state-mandated tax and expenditure limits on cities, to date there has been no systematic...
What Have We Learned?PonenciasMayo 2009Elinor Ostrom
Elinor Ostrom, one of the pioneers in developing the theory of property rights, challenged the then-conventional wisdom that common-pool resources will be overharvested if clearly delineated private...
A Work in ProgressPonenciasMayo 2009Bertrand 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...
In this paper, Antonio Azuela examines the conditions under which eminent domain is used in São Paulo, Bogotá, and Mexico City. Brazil, Colombia, and Mexico all went through democratic transitions...