The Economics of Land Use RegulationLibrosJulio 2015
“Everyone who cares about American cities and metropolitan areas—and the laws that shape their development—should read this excellent book. The fact that Fischel conveys his...
“This timely transatlantic dialogue between planning researchers and policy makers provides a wealth of information and insights into the planning frameworks and institutions in changing...
LibrosNoviembre 2007Edited by Diego Alfonso Erba
Catastro multifinalitario aplicado a la definición de políticas de suelo urbano (Multipurpose Cadastres Applied to the Definition of Land Policies) brings together the “old...
LibrosMayo 2007Edited by Gregory K. Ingram and Yu-Hung Hong
This book presents the main contributions to a Lincoln Institute conference, “Land Policies for Urban Development,” held in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in June 2006. The conference was...
LibrosMayo 2007Carlos Loch and Diego Alfonso Erba
Cadastro Técnico Multifinalitário Rural e Urbano (Rural and Urban Multipurpose Technical Cadastres) presents the history and current situation of the Brazilian cadastre in accessible...
Forecasts, Scenarios, Plans, and ProjectsLibrosAbril 2007Edited by Lewis D. Hopkins and Marisa A. Zapata
This heavily illustrated best seller provides students and experienced planners with tools and examples to help communities prepare for uncertain futures. It explains how to utilize forecasts,...
Economics, Law and Collective ActionLibrosAbril 2007Edited by Yu-Hung Hong and Barrie Needham
Great effort has been devoted to the precise delineation and assignment of the legal and physical boundaries of private property. Yet, issues of unifying or assembling private property rights for...
LibrosFebrero 2007Julie Campoli and Alex S. MacLean
“There are plenty of reasons why dense development makes sense, but Americans are supposed to hate the ‘d-word,’ right? Campoli and MacLean show us how we can have it all –...
Approaches to LULUs, Growth, and Other Vexing Governance ProblemsLibrosJunio 1991Edited by Joseph DiMento and LeRoy Graymer
Can rival community groups “get to yes” when it is in the public’s interest to resolve disputes arising from locally unwanted land uses (LULUs)? “Not in my backyard” (...
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