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  1. Webinar- Urban Property and Land Taxation in Argentina: The Challenge of Decentralization

    Eventos
    Noviembre 21, 2017
    Moderator: Luis Quintanilla

    Join the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy in our third Municipal Fiscal Health webinar focused on the advantages and disadvantages of decentralizing the organization and collection of the Urban Property and Land Tax in Argentina.

  2. 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."

  3. 2017 Economic Perspectives on State and Local Taxes

    Conferencias
    Mayo 12, 2017
    Speakers: Robert Triest, Nicole Kaeding, Michael Leachman, Jenna DeAngelo, Catherine Collins, Gerald Korngold, Ellen Harpel, Joshua Goodman
    Co-Sponsor: New England Public Policy Center, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

    An interactive seminar targeted to legislators in the New England states

  4. 2017 Urban Economics and Public Finance Conference

    Conferencias
    Mayo 5, 2017
    Speakers: Andrew Hanson, Christian Redfearn, Cynthia Rogers, Daniel Hartley, Gabriel Ehrlich, Ingrid Gould Ellen, Jeffrey Zabel, Jenny Schuetz, Patrick Button, Siqi Zheng, Stephen Billings, Timothy Bartik

    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.

  5. Housing Markets and the Fiscal Health of US Central Cities

    Eventos
    Abril 17, 2017
    Cosponsored with the Urban Institute

    Cosponsored with the Urban Institute, this event will offer insights from two recent research projects funded by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation that explore the links between shocks to urban housing markets and central cities’ finances.

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