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  1. Land and the City

    Libros
    Enero 2016
    Edited by George W. McCarthy, Gregory K. Ingram, and Samuel A. Moody

    This book from the Lincoln Institute's 2014 Land Policy Conference examines issues of land use policies and their impact on sustainable urbanization. By 1960, one-third of the world’s...

  2. Financing Metropolitan Governments in Developing Countries

    Libros
    Abril 2013
    Edited by Roy W. Bahl, Johannes F. Linn, and Deborah L. Wetzel

    The economic activity that drives growth in developing countries is heavily concentrated in cities. Catchphrases such as “metropolitan areas are the engines that pull the national economy...

  3. China’s Local Public Finance in Transition

    Libros
    Noviembre 2010

    China’s economy has developed rapidly following the 1978 implementation of economic reforms that facilitated investment, expanded trade, and introduced market mechanisms and practices. However...

  4. Challenging the Conventional Wisdom on the Property Tax

    Libros
    Enero 2010
    Edited by Roy Bahl, Jorge Martinez-Vazquez and Joan Youngman

    The property tax has many fans among academics, particularly economists, who view the property tax as an appropriate and feasible source of local revenue. But the future role of the property tax in...

  5. Analyzing Land Readjustment

    Economics, Law and Collective Action
    Libros
    Abril 2007
    Edited by Yu-Hung Hong and Barrie Needham

    Great effort has been devoted to the precise delineation and assignment of the legal and physical boundaries of private property. Yet, issues of unifying or assembling private property rights for...

  6. An International Survey of Taxes on Land and Buildings

    Libros
    Enero 1994
    Joan M. Youngman and Jane H. Malme

    This study summarizes and compares property taxation and administration in 14 nations, including several countries that have undergone recent reforms. It summarizes and compares the elements of the...

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