Evaluating Assessment LimitsRevista Land LinesOctubre 2008Gregory K. Ingram
Revista Land LinesOctubre 2008Jane Malme and Joan Youngman
The development of new land and tax systems in several countries in political and economic transition reflects a unique array of historical, social, political, and economic circumstances.
Revista Land LinesOctubre 2008Edited by Ann LeRoyer
This issue features an overview of revitalization efforts and needs in Beijing and Shanghai; value-based property taxation methods of Central and Eastern Europe; and how Panama City's historic...
Andrew ReschovskyRevista Land LinesJulio 2008
Faculty Profile of Andrew Reschovsky
Appreciating the Property TaxRevista Land LinesAbril 2008Gregory K. Ingram
The property tax has been subject to much popular criticism and political pressure in recent decades. Several states have implemented, or are considering, a variety of caps and limits on property...
Revista Land LinesEnero 2008Barry Bluestone and Chase M. Billingham
Disparities in property tax revenue due to growing gaps in assessed property values between wealthy, fast-growing communities and older industrial cities can lead to uneven development, where the...
Revista Land LinesMayo 2001Jane H. Malme
Over the past decade of transition from communist to market economies, property taxation has taken on economic, political and legal importance as the countries in Central and Eastern Europe have...
Changing TimesRevista Land LinesMarzo 2001Peter K. Brown and Moira Hepworth
The study of property taxation in Europe offers special challenges because each country has a different definition of land and property, and a different approach to local property taxation. The term...
Revista Land LinesMarzo 2001Edited by Ann LeRoyer
This issue provides an overview of various property taxation methods utilized by European countries; an analysis of Latin America’s urban sprawl patterns and land regulation challenges; and a...