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  1. Land Policies and Their Outcomes

    Libros
    Mayo 2007
    Edited 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...

  2. Restricting Residential Construction

    Ponencias
    Mayo 2007
    Edward L. Glaeser

    In this paper, Edward L. Glaeser analyzes how land use regulations have affected housing costs in selected U.S. cities, and he looks at the welfare effects of zoning on the economy and nonpropertied...

  3. Regulation and Property Values in the United States

    The High Cost of Monopoly
    Ponencias
    Mayo 2007
    John M. Quigley

    In this paper, John M. Quigley analyzes how land use regulations have affected housing costs in selected U.S. cities, and he looks at the welfare effects of zoning on the economy and nonpropertied...

  4. The Efficiency and Equity of Tiebout in the United States

    Taxes, Services, and Property Values
    Ponencias
    Mayo 2007
    Thomas J. Nechyba

    Land use control is not the only public action that can affect property values; local service provisions and environmental conservation also play a role. From the Tiebout perspective, Thomas J....

  5. The Economics of Conservation Easements

    Ponencias
    Mayo 2007
    Andrew J. Plantinga

    Environmental preservation—or more specifically conservation easements—is an area of public action that affects property values. According to Andrew J. Plantinga, by 2005 about 3.9 million acres of...

  6. The Value of Land in the United States

    1975-2005
    Ponencias
    Mayo 2007
    Karl E. Case

    In this paper, Karl E. Case presents a brief discussion of the conceptual problems of valuing land and alternative approaches to measurement. Then he estimates the value of land in the United States...

  7. Urban Land Rents in the United States

    Ponencias
    Mayo 2007
    David Barker

    In this paper, David Barker proposes that economic models need to break out the value of land to support detailed economic analysis of over all property values. He points out both the importance and...

  8. Land Value Taxation as a Method of Financing Municipal Expenditures in U.S. Cities

    Ponencias
    Mayo 2007

    To what extent could local governments employ land and property taxation to recoup a portion of these land values for financing local services and infrastructure? Richard W. England tackles this...

  9. Taxing Land and Property in Emerging Economies

    Raising Revenue . . . and More?
    Ponencias
    Mayo 2007
    Richard M. Bird and Enid Slack

    Richard M. Bird and Enid Slack examine the potential of land and property taxation in developing and transition countries. Bird and Slack present a less optimistic view of the use of land and...

  10. The United Kingdom’s Experience in Revitalizing Inner Cities

    Ponencias
    Mayo 2007
    Peter Hall

    Peter Hall discusses chronologically the urban regeneration effects undertaken in the United Kingdom over the past 30 years. The British urban development patterns discussed by Hall are very...

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