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  1. 2019 National Conference of State Tax Judges

    Conferencias
    Octubre 31, 2019
    Speakers: Nina Olson, James Hagy, Lawrence Walters, Ronald Rakow, David Brunori, Hon. Joseph Small, Thomas Atherton, Will Shepherd, Joan Youngman, Richard Pomp, Kirk Stark

    This conference meets annually to review recent state tax decisions, consider methods of dealing with complex tax and valuation disputes, and share experiences in case management.

  2. What Assessors Need to Know About Tax Abatements and Incentives (IAAO Conference)

    Conferencias
    Septiembre 11, 2019
    Speakers: Ron Rakow, Greg LeRoy, David Merriman

    The Lincoln Institute seminar at the 2019 annual conference of the International Association of Assessing Officers (IAAO) will focus on “What Assessors Need to Know About Tax Abatements and Incentives."

  3. 2019 Economic Perspectives on State and Local Taxes

    Conferencias
    Mayo 6, 2019
    Speakers: William Glasgall, Jeffrey P. Thompson, Peter Nelson, Sally Wallace, Steven Sheffrin, Bo Zhao, Emily Parker, Graham Campbell, Alison Goebel, Matthew Englander, Adam Langley
    Co-Sponsor: New England Public Policy Center, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

    An interactive seminar targeted to legislators in the New England states

  4. Improving Tax Increment Financing (TIF) for Economic Development

    Resúmenes de políticas públicas
    Febrero 2019
    David Merriman

    Tax increment financing (TIF) is a popular economic development tool across the United States, but it often falls short of its promise to revitalize struggling neighborhoods. In this four-page Policy...

  5. 2018 National Conference of State Tax Judges

    Conferencias
    Octubre 11, 2018

    This conference meets annually to review recent state tax decisions, consider methods of dealing with complex tax and valuation disputes, and share experiences in case management.

  6. 2018 International Conference on Municipal Fiscal Health

    Conferencias
    Mayo 21, 2018

    A seminal event in the Municipal Fiscal Health campaign’s trajectory, this conference convenes leading experts, scholars, and practitioners for an international dialogue to further elevate municipal fiscal health as an issue of global importance.

  7. 2018 Economic Perspectives on State and Local Taxes

    Conferencias
    Mayo 11, 2018
    Speakers: Jared Walczak, Andrew Reschovsky, W. Bartley Hildreth, Riley Sullivan, Donald Boyd, Mary Burke, Nicholas Johnson, Alicia Munnell, Abby Walters, Therese McGuire
    Co-Sponsor: New England Public Policy Center, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

    An interactive seminar targeted to legislators in the New England states

  8. 2018 Urban Economics and Public Finance Conference

    Conferencias
    Mayo 4, 2018
    Speakers: Adam Storeygard, Amy Schwartz, Christian Redfearn, Danilo Igliori, Dan McMillen, Edward Coulson, Eric Brunner, Gabriel Ahlfeldt, Paavo Monkkonen, Ruchi Singh, Stephen Billings, Tien Foo Sing

    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.

  9. Property Tax Limitations Demystified (IAAO Conference)

    Conferencias
    Septiembre 25, 2017
    Speakers: Daphne Kenyon, Scot Langton, Joan Youngman, Jared Walczak, Bethany Paquin

    The Lincoln Institute seminar at the 2017 annual conference of the International Association of Assessing Officers (IAAO) will focus on “Property Tax Limitations Demystified."

  10. The Future of U.S. Public School Revenue from the Property Tax

    Resúmenes de políticas públicas
    Septiembre 2017
    Andrew Reschovsky, Research Fellow, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy and Professor Emeritus, University of Wisconsin-Madison

    This Policy Brief examines the property tax as a critical source of revenue for public schools in the United States. It demonstrates the high proportion of public education funding provided by the...

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