Cases and MaterialsLibrosEnero 2006Joan Youngman, with a new foreword by David Brunori
This "go-to" book for lawyers, law students, and policy makers brings together important legal cases and materials on the fundamental legal issues concerning valuation, tax poplicy, and the...
Changes in Institute Programs and ActivitiesRevista Land LinesOctubre 2006Gregory K. Ingram
The content of the Institute’s work program has evolved significantly over the past two years, and its annual activities have increased by about half since 2004. Reflecting this evolution and growth...
Comunicados de prensaSeptiembre 28, 2006
Comunicados de prensaSeptiembre 13, 2006
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...
Documentos de trabajoMayo 2006Jeffrey O. Sundberg and Richard F. Dye
A variety of tax incentives encourage property owners to place conservation easements on their property. This paper calculates sample tax effects for a range of tax incentives and shows that many...
Does the Frequency of Sales Cause Property Tax Inequities?Documentos de trabajoMayo 2006Rachel N. Weber and Daniel P. McMillen
Few studies have attempted to explain the well-documented tendency for lower-priced properties to receive higher assessment. We argue that the absence of market information and the assessor’s...
Revista Land LinesAbril 2006Gregory K. Ingram
The core competence of the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy is the analysis of issues related to land, and ours is one of the few organizations in the world with this focus. The Institute’s current...
Revista Land LinesAbril 2006Edited by Ann LeRoyer
This issue looks at land use efficiency, food security, and farmland preservation in China; and lessons learned about the effects of large-scale interventions on urban development in Brazil. It also...
Revista Land LinesAbril 2006George Zodrow
A critical aspect of the property tax, but one that is rarely addressed in public debate, is its “economic incidence,” or who actually bears the burden of the tax, as opposed to its...