EventosNoviembre 21, 2017Moderator: Luis Quintanilla
Join the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy in our third Municipal Fiscal Health webinar focused on the advantages and disadvantages of decentralizing the organization and collection of the Urban Property and Land Tax in Argentina.
ConferenciasSeptiembre 25, 2017
The Lincoln Institute seminar at the 2017 annual conference of the International Association of Assessing Officers (IAAO) will focus on “Property Tax Limitations Demystified."
The New York TimesAgosto 15, 2017El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
The Challenge of DecentralizationDocumentos de trabajoAgosto 2017Cynthia Goytia and Marcela Cristini
The unsatisfactory operation of the fiscal federalism in Argentina has resulted in new reform initiatives to reduce the imbalances between collections of own resources and expenditures between the...
Entradas de blogJunio 2017
Oportunidades de becasJunio 2017
Named in honor of David C. Lincoln, founding chairman of the Lincoln Institute, this fellowship program was established in 1999 to develop academic and professional interest in land value taxation through support for major research projects.
Wall Street JournalJunio 6, 2017El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
A Dynamic General Equilibrium AnalysisDocumentos de trabajoMayo 2017David Dale-Johnson and Guozhong Zhu
We use the dynamic general equilibrium approach to examine the potential impacts of the introduction of alternative tax regimes in China. This approach models housing demand and supply based on the...
ConferenciasMayo 12, 2017Speakers: Robert Triest, Nicole Kaeding, Michael Leachman, Jenna DeAngelo, Catherine Collins, Gerald Korngold, Ellen Harpel, Joshua Goodman
Co-Sponsor: New England Public Policy Center, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
An interactive seminar targeted to legislators in the New England states
ConferenciasMayo 5, 2017Speakers: Andrew Hanson, Christian Redfearn, Cynthia Rogers, Daniel Hartley, Gabriel Ehrlich, Ingrid Gould Ellen, Jeffrey Zabel, Jenny Schuetz, Patrick Button, Siqi Zheng, Stephen Billings, Timothy Bartik
The economic growth and development of urban areas are closely linked to their revenue sufficiency and fiscal prospects. This research seminar offers a forum for new academic work on the interaction of these two fields.