People, Nature, and RegionsLibrosAgosto 2009Matthew J. McKinney and Shawn Johnson
“The principles, strategies, and tools describes in this book are a gold mine of information about how to manage regional collaborations and reach consensus around some of the most difficult...
LibrosAgosto 2009Edited by Raphael W. Bostic
The chapters in this volume examine the effect large landowners or institutions have on local land markets and the tensions that can arise between public and private interests. In the United States...
Theory, Evidence, and PracticeLibrosMayo 2009
This book, intended for the general reader curious about land and its taxation, brings together 12 leading scholars and practitioners to share their views on the theories and practice of land value...
Trends, Causes, and ConsequencesLibrosMayo 2009
Increased reliance on residential property to generate tax revenue and soaring property values in many parts of the country have placed pressure on local officials to respond to concerns about higher...
An Evaluation of Programs and OutcomesLibrosMayo 2009
Over recent decades as concerns mounted about the economic, social, and environmental impacts of sprawl, many states and localities began to put policies in place to shape settlement patterns. By the...
LibrosEnero 2009Edited by Yan Song and Chengri Ding
“Overall, the collection is one of the very best on Chinese urban and regional planning that I have ever encountered. In the struggle to find good case study books for planning discourse, I...
LibrosMarzo 2000Edited by Rosalind Greenstein and Wim Wiewel
This volume captures work by policy analysts and researchers in urban and regional planning, political science, economics, and related fields. By looking at issues such as economic interdependencies...
Can It and Will It Work Today?LibrosEnero 1998Edited by Dick Netzer
Many contemporary scholars and practitioners question whether land value taxation is a serious contender as an important revenue source. But, whatever its political potential may be, economists...
LibrosMayo 1985Richard F. Babcock and Charles L. Siemon
More than a sequel to The Zoning Game, this rich and fascinating collection of eleven case studies on local land use politics offers behind-the-scenes analysis of decision making on zoning controls...
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