Videos y multimediaMayo 2018
On October 14, 2017, the Lincoln Institute marked the 10th anniversary of the Peking University-Lincoln Institute Center for Urban Development and Land Policy in Beijing.
Videos y multimediaOctubre 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.
Videos y multimediaJulio 2017
Co-produced by the Ministry of Cities, Brazil and the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.
Status, Challenges, and ProspectsLibrosJunio 2017
"This one-of-kind study is an indispensable source for academics and policy makers who seek to explore the virtues of the property tax. The relevance of this volume clearly transcends the...
LibrosOctubre 2016Editado por Cláudia M. De Cesare
El esfuerzo del Instituto Lincoln de Políticas de Suelo por organizar y diseminar datos sobre el sistema de tributación inmobiliaria en América Latina cumplió más...
Legal and Policy Issues for the Property Tax in the United StatesLibrosMarzo 2016
"In this marvelous book, Joan Youngman makes a spirited case for a vibrant local property tax. She provides a wise and penetrating discussion of the difficult legal, economic, and valuation...
LibrosEnero 2016Edited 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...
The Economics of Land Use RegulationLibrosJulio 2015
Zoning has for a century enabled cities to chart their own course. It is a useful and popular institution, enabling homeowners to protect their main investment and provide safe neighborhoods. As home...
State and local governments in this country have adopted a number of policies to regulate the conversion of rural land to developed uses. One of the most significant and least understood is...
LibrosMayo 2014Edited by Gregory K. Ingram and Daphne A. Kenyon
Because most children throughout the world attend elementary and secondary schools near their homes, where they live usually determines where they go to school. In the United States, the relationship...