Land Policy and Taxation in TransitionRevista Land LinesNoviembre 1997
The shift to a multi-racial government in South Africa is as pronounced and dramatic a transition as that of the new independent states of Central and Eastern Europe. In the past five years, South...
Revista Land LinesNoviembre 1997Edited by Ann LeRoyer
This issue offers an analysis of infrastructure planning and development in urbanized regions across the world; recommended strategies for smart growth in the southern U.S.; transitional land policy...
Revista Land LinesJulio 1997Attiat Otto
The introduction of a market-oriented economic policy in Estonia after independence in 1991 set the stage for a plethora of reforms to restore property rights and establish a price system for goods,...
Revista Land LinesJulio 1997Ann LeRoyer and Jane Malme
In the context of entirely new fiscal policies and new approaches to property rights in central and eastern Europe over the past decade, taxes on land and buildings have taken on significant new...
Revista Land LinesJulio 1997Edited by Ann LeRoyer
This issue looks at the urban renewal and participatory planning efforts simultaneously taking place in Havana, Cuba; land reform and taxation programs in Estonia following its independence in 1991;...
Applying the Insights of Henry GeorgeLibrosJunio 1997Edited by H. James Brown
Can today’s policy makers and researchers effectively draw on the ideas of 19th-century philosopher Henry George to help solve 21st-century problems? This compendium presents eight essays by...
Revista Land LinesMayo 1997Omar Razzaz
Land and housing markets, and any other market for that matter, can be approached as arenas in which persons exchange rights to assets subject to constitutional rules, statutory and common law rules...
Revista Land LinesMayo 1997Edited by Ann LeRoyer
This issue looks at the effects of land and housing policies on market performance and the international economy; and the legal and regulatory frameworks of land in informal housing markets.
Revista Land LinesMarzo 1997Alice E. Ingerson
In recent years, politicians, lobbyists and voters in the United States have often seemed polarized—or paralyzed—over where to draw the line between private and public rights in land. Common property...
Revista Land LinesMarzo 1997Edited by Ann LeRoyer
This issue features an overview of urban land as common property in the context of private and public property rights.