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  1. Zoning Rules!

    The Economics of Land Use Regulation
    Libros
    Julio 2015

    “Everyone who cares about American cities and metropolitan areas—and the laws that shape their development—should read this excellent book. The fact that Fischel conveys his...

  2. Erosion of the Property Tax Base

    Trends, Causes, and Consequences
    Libros
    Mayo 2009
    Edited by Nancy Y. Augustine, Michael E. Bell, David Brunori, and Joan M. Youngman

    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...

  3. Land Value Taxation

    Theory, Evidence, and Practice
    Libros
    Mayo 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...

  4. Wisconsin is still a tax hell

    The Sheboygan Press
    Diciembre 17, 2015
    El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
  5. Taxes and spending take center stage

    Entradas de blog
    Diciembre 2015
  6. Lincoln Institute Publishes Land and the City

    Comunicados de prensa
    Diciembre 14, 2015

    For Immediate ReleaseContact: Anthony Flint 617-503-2116 anthony.flint@lincolninst.eduWill Jason 617-503-2254 wjason@lincolninst.edu CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (December 14, 2015) – Amid unprecedented...

  7. Lincoln Institute publishes Land and the City

    Entradas de blog
    Diciembre 2015
  8. Favorable Mass. taxes a factor in GE’s hunt

    Boston Globe
    Diciembre 11, 2015
    El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
  9. Creating a Digital Bridge for Municipal Fiscal Health

    Meeting of the Minds Blog
    Diciembre 11, 2015
    El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
  10. Editorial: Put priority on fixing Detroit tax system

    The Detroit News
    Diciembre 4, 2015
    El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias

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