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  1. The Place Database Tutorial

    Videos y multimedia
    Octubre 2017

    The Place Database is a map of the United States which uses the PolicyMap platform to visualize the latest available data for dozens of indicators—ranging from housing affordability, to brownfield sites, to federal government spending.

  2. Urban Property and Land Taxation in Argentina

    The Challenge of Decentralization
    Documentos de trabajo
    Agosto 2017
    Cynthia Goytia and Marcela Cristini

    The unsatisfactory operation of the fiscal federalism in Argentina has resulted in new reform initiatives to reduce the imbalances between collections of own resources and expenditures between the...

  3. Transition to the Property Tax in China

    A Dynamic General Equilibrium Analysis
    Documentos de trabajo
    Mayo 2017
    David Dale-Johnson and Guozhong Zhu

    We use the dynamic general equilibrium approach to examine the potential impacts of the introduction of alternative tax regimes in China. This approach models housing demand and supply based on the...

  4. Dinero dejado sobre la mesa

    Por qué las ciudades no están utilizando todos sus subsidios federales
    Revista Land Lines
    Marzo 2017
    Por Loren Berlin

    Los subsidios federales son una fuente de financiamiento crítico para los recursos escasos de gobiernos estatales y locales en los Estados Unidos. Sin embargo, cientos de millones de dó...

  5. Money on the Table

    Why Cities Aren’t Fully Spending Federal Grants
    Revista Land Lines
    Febrero 2017
    By Loren Berlin

    Federal grants are a critical funding stream for cash-strapped state and local governments in the United States, yet hundreds of millions of dollars are going unspent every year. This article...

  6. Is Location Fate?

    Distributional Aspects of Schooling
    Ponencias
    Mayo 2014
    Eric Hanushek

    Eric A. Hanushek analyzes the impact of human capital on economic outcomes, arguing that cognitive skills are a better measure of human capital than years of schooling. He focuses on urban schools...

  7. Not by the Hand of Horace Mann

    How the Quest for Land Value Created the American School System
    Ponencias
    Mayo 2014

    This paper by William A. Fischel is an economic history of K–12 education and the structure of school districts. As the second part of the title suggests, Fischel argues that land or property values...

  8. The Future Role of the Property Tax in the Funding of K12 Education in the United States

    Ponencias
    Mayo 2014

    This paper reviews the role of the property tax in funding K–12 education. At present, local and state governments each contribute a national average of 44 percent of the funds spent on public...

  9. Nontraditional Public School Funding Sources

    Trends, Issues, and Outlook
    Ponencias
    Mayo 2014
    Henry Coleman

    This paper by Henry A. Coleman examines a wide range of nontraditional revenue sources, including local-option personal income and general sales taxes, user charges and fees, gaming revenues, private...

  10. Beyond “Accidents of Geography”

    Using Housing Policy to Improve Access to Quality Education
    Ponencias
    Mayo 2014
    Elizabeth Mueller and Shannon Van Zandt

    Elizabeth J. Mueller and Shannon S. Van Zandt argue that private restrictive covenants, land use and zoning regulations, and federal housing policies have played a major role in creating income and...

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