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  1. China: Looking to the Future

    Fair & Equitable: The Magazine of the IAAO
    Diciembre 15, 2010
    El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
  2. China’s Local Public Finance in Transition

    Comunicados de prensa
    Noviembre 9, 2010
  3. Taxes in China

    Entradas de blog
    Noviembre 2010
  4. China’s Local Public Finance in Transition

    Libros
    Noviembre 2010

    China’s economy has developed rapidly following the 1978 implementation of economic reforms that facilitated investment, expanded trade, and introduced market mechanisms and practices. However...

  5. What the Housing Crisis Means for State and Local Governments

    Revista Land Lines
    Octubre 2010
    Kim Rueben and Serena Lei

    While the housing market and the economy are closely intertwined, the severe drop in state tax revenues can largely be attributed to the broader economic downturn, not the housing crisis specifically.

  6. Land Lines, October 2010

    Revista Land Lines
    Octubre 2010
    Edited by Ann LeRoyer

    This issue highlights U.S. foreclosure rate comparisons between standard market-rate residences and homes owned by land trusts; the effects of the national housing crisis on state and local...

  7. Land Policy Issues in China

    Revista Land Lines
    Enero 2010

    Despite its noteworthy accomplishments, China is facing critical land policy issues that will determine the direction of its future: property rights; property tax implementation; farmland...

  8. Land Lines, January 2010

    Revista Land Lines
    Enero 2010
    Edited by Ann LeRoyer

    This issue highlights the expansion of the Lincoln Institute’s China Program to address land policy and urban development matters; the effect of the mid-2000s economic crisis on housing and...

  9. Challenging the Conventional Wisdom on the Property Tax

    Libros
    Enero 2010
    Edited by Roy Bahl, Jorge Martinez-Vazquez and Joan Youngman

    The property tax has many fans among academics, particularly economists, who view the property tax as an appropriate and feasible source of local revenue. But the future role of the property tax in...

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