Planeta de ciudades (Planet of Cities) and its companion, the Atlas of Urban Expansion (only available in English), develop a science of global cities to prepare for the coming expansion of the...
Instrumentos notables de políticas de suelo en América Latina (Notable Instruments of Land Policy in Latin America) presents abbreviated versions of 21 studies that were presented in...
LibrosAbril 2013Edited by Roy W. Bahl, Johannes F. Linn, and Deborah L. Wetzel
The economic activity that drives growth in developing countries is heavily concentrated in cities. Catchphrases such as “metropolitan areas are the engines that pull the national economy...
Nearly 4,000 cities on our planet today have populations of 100,000 people or more. We know their names, locations, and approximate populations from maps and other data sources, but there is little...
An Empirical Analysis of the Incentives from Informal Settlements’ Upgrading Programs on Urban InformalityDocumentos de trabajoMarzo 2019Cynthia Goytia and Guadalupe Dorna
This paper has two different aims. First, we investigate the effects of informal settlements upgrading programs through a systematic review synthesizing the information provided by evaluations of...
C. Lowell Harriss Dissertation Fellowship ProgramOportunidades de becas de posgradoEnero 2019
The C. Lowell Harriss Dissertation Fellowship Program assists Ph.D. students, primarily at U.S. universities, whose research complements the Lincoln Institute's interests in land and tax policy.
WGBH NewsDiciembre 4, 2018El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
The potential of ecosystem-based measures for reduction of landslide risk in Rio de JaneiroDocumentos de trabajoJunio 2018Wofram Lange, Simone Sandholz, and Udo Nehren
Ecosystem-based measures have a high potential to replace or build on engineered solutions for Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) and Climate Change Adaptation (CCA), not only in rural but also in urban...
Creating and Maintaining Equitable CommunitiesEnfoques en políticas de sueloSeptiembre 2015Rick Jacobus
Roughly 500 communities in the United States have developed inclusionary housing policies, which require developers of new market-rate real estate to provide some units that are affordable to low-...
BloombergPoliticsJunio 15, 2015El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias