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  1. Infrastructure and Land Policies

    Libros
    Mayo 2013
    Edited by Gregory K. Ingram and Karin L. Brandt

    More than 50 percent of the global population resides in urban areas where land policy and infrastructure interactions facilitate economic opportunities, affect the quality of life, and influence...

  2. Can Boston Tax Its Way to More Affordable Housing?

    WGBH News
    Diciembre 4, 2018
    El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
  3. After the Retail Apocalypse, Prepare for the Property Tax Meltdown

    CityLab
    Noviembre 14, 2018
    El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
  4. The Hidden Costs of TIF

    Reconsidering a Vaunted Economic Development Tool
    Revista Land Lines
    Octubre 2018

    Since its inception in the 1950s, tax increment financing has taken hold across the United States as a popular public-finance mechanism. But critics say this approach favors the private sector, while...

  5. What if Cities Stopped Giving Away School Dollars to Finance Development?

    Next City
    Octubre 11, 2018
    El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
  6. 2018 National Conference of State Tax Judges

    Conferencias
    Octubre 11, 2018

    This conference meets annually to review recent state tax decisions, consider methods of dealing with complex tax and valuation disputes, and share experiences in case management.

  7. For College Towns, Having a World-Famous University is a Mixed Blessing

    Governing
    Octubre 1, 2018
    El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
  8. Q & A

    Tax Incentives for Amazon HQ2—When Winners End Up Losers?
    Revista Land Lines
    Septiembre 2018
    By David Franco

    Amazon wants tax incentives to locate its second headquarters. Could the costs outweigh the benefits for a city like Boston?

  9. New Report

    Why Tax Increment Financing Often Fails and How Communities Can Do Better
    Revista Land Lines
    Septiembre 2018
    By Will Jason, September 11, 2018

    Tax increment financing, or TIF, is a wildly popular economic development tool in the United States, but it often falls short of its promise to revitalize struggling neighborhoods.

  10. The Trouble with TIF

    CityLab
    Septiembre 12, 2018
    El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias

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