LibrosMayo 2008Edited by Gregory K. Ingram and Yu-Hung Hong
The study of fiscal decentralization has important policy implications for urban growth management, environmental conservation, and property taxation. First, fiscal decentralization gives local...
International PerspectivesLibrosAbril 2008Edited by Gary C. Cornia and Jim Riddell
Based on the proceedings of a 2006 conference cohosted by the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy and the International Center for Land Policy Studies and Training (ICLPST) in Taiwan, this book offers...
Experiences in Developing and Transitional CountriesLibrosMarzo 2008Edited by Roy Bahl, Jorge Martinez-Vazquez and Joan Youngman
This book analyzes the property tax in developing and transitional countries, addressing why it does not work well there and what can be done to make it a more relevant source of revenue for those...
LibrosNoviembre 2007Edited by Diego Alfonso Erba
Catastro multifinalitario aplicado a la definición de políticas de suelo urbano (Multipurpose Cadastres Applied to the Definition of Land Policies) brings together the “old...
LibrosMayo 2007Edited by Gregory K. Ingram and Yu-Hung Hong
This book presents the main contributions to a Lincoln Institute conference, “Land Policies for Urban Development,” held in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in June 2006. The conference was...
Economics, Law and Collective ActionLibrosAbril 2007Edited by Yu-Hung Hong and Barrie Needham
Great effort has been devoted to the precise delineation and assignment of the legal and physical boundaries of private property. Yet, issues of unifying or assembling private property rights for...
Theory and EmpiricsDocumentos de trabajoDiciembre 2008Richard W. England and Ju-Chin Huang
In this paper, we first theorize about the size of a house constructed on a residential lot, measured by height and footprint area. We hypothesize that the property tax rate will have a negative...
Entradas de blogOctubre 2008
Evaluating Assessment LimitsRevista Land LinesOctubre 2008Gregory K. Ingram
Revista Land LinesOctubre 2008Jane Malme and Joan Youngman
The development of new land and tax systems in several countries in political and economic transition reflects a unique array of historical, social, political, and economic circumstances.