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.
Videos y multimediaMayo 2018
On October 14, 2017, the Lincoln Institute marked the 10th anniversary of the Peking University-Lincoln Institute Center for Urban Development and Land Policy in Beijing.
Videos y multimediaOctubre 2017
The Place Database is a map of the United States which uses the PolicyMap platform to visualize the latest available data for dozens of indicators—ranging from housing affordability, to brownfield sites, to federal government spending.
Videos y multimediaJulio 2017
Co-produced by the Ministry of Cities, Brazil and the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.
Videos y multimediaJunio 2017
Small presented on tax-deductible conservation in the U.S., the future of private open-space protection, and his recently donated collection of conservation related books.
Videos y multimediaMayo 2017A Lecture by Kingsbury Browne Fellow David Hartwell
Hartwell tells the story of the campaign to pass a ballot initiative, highlighting the practical and policy challenges facing private, non-profit and public sector leaders and describes the initiative’s impact over the past decade.
Videos y multimediaMarzo 2017International Land Conservation Network, Andrea Tuttle, Rob Wilson
The Paris Climate Agreement marked a historic moment in our collective fight against climate change. Since that time, and, particularly, at the recent COP in Marrakesh, countries have been working to...
Quest for the Livable CityVideos y multimediaMayo 2009
Oregon voters approved a ballot measure in 2004 that effectively paralyzed the land use planning system put in place nearly 30 years before. The measure threatened the urban growth boundary that had...
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...