ConferenciasJunio 27, 2019Organizers and Co-Organizers: Peking University—Lincoln Institute Center for Urban Development and Land Policy; College of Urban & Environmental Sciences, Peking University;Department of Urban Planning and Design, The University of Hong Kong and The Regional Science Association of China
This conference will bring together researchers from different parts of the world to share empirical and policy research findings on urbanization and urbanism.
Fifty-State Study Details Growing Tax Breaks for Longtime HomeownersRevista Land LinesJunio 2019By Will Jason, June 25, 2019
In states with property tax assessment limits, tax breaks for longtime homeowners are growing at the expense of new homeowners, a new study shows.
Comunicados de prensaJunio 25, 2019
¿Podrán las viviendas inclusivas superar el punto muerto de YIMBY?Revista Land LinesJunio 2019Por Anthony Flint
El movimiento conocido como YIMBY (Yes in My Back Yard, “Sí en mi patio trasero”) aboga por eliminar las barreras que impiden el desarrollo, pero los críticos se muestran...
For Taxes Paid in 2018OtroJunio 2019Lincoln Institute of Land Policy and Minnesota Center for Fiscal Excellence
As the largest source of revenue raised by local governments, a well-functioning property tax system is critical for promoting municipal fiscal health. This report documents the wide range of...
Chicago TribuneJunio 20, 2019El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
Videos y multimediaJunio 2019Episode 2 of the Land Matters podcast
with Anthony Flint and Randy Shaw
Those in the “Yes in My Backyard” or YIMBY movement have a simple goal: increase the supply of housing in cities across the US, and sky-high prices should come down. But they face a...
CursosJulio 8, 2019
This annual flagship training course of the China Program will provide participants with an opportunity to learn the latest approaches to municipal finance
UrbanetJunio 6, 2019El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
Let's Talk TIFRevista Land LinesMayo 2019By Anthony Flint, May 28, 2019
Tax increment financing is one of the most widely used—and least understood—public finance mechanisms in the U.S. today. David Merriman, one of the foremost experts on TIF, talks about what communities and states can do to avoid the pitfalls.