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  1. PILOTs 101: Will Philly’s big universities, hospitals and other nonprofits be asked to pay up?

    Billy Penn
    Noviembre 14, 2015
    El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
  2. Report: Detroit's Property Tax System in Need of Major Overhaul

    Noviembre 12, 2015
    El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
  3. Study: Taxes hinder Detroit comeback

    The Detroit News
    Noviembre 11, 2015
    El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
  4. Detroit’s property tax: averting another disaster

    Entradas de blog
    Noviembre 2015
  5. Detroit’s Property Tax: Averting Another Disaster

    Comunicados de prensa
    Noviembre 9, 2015

    For Immediate ReleaseContact: Anthony Flint 617-503-2116 anthony.flint@lincolninst.eduWill Jason 617-503-2254 wjason@lincolninst.edu CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (November 10, 2015) – Having emerged last year...

  6. Property tax reform and cautionary tales

    Entradas de blog
    Noviembre 2015
  7. The Past and Future of the Urban Property Tax

    Noviembre 2015
    Grant Driessen and Steven Sheffrin

    For U.S. cities, the property tax is the single largest source of own-source revenue, but the extent to which different cities rely on property tax revenues varies significantly. Grant Driessen and...

  8. An Evaluation of China’s Land Policy and Urban Housing Markets

    Noviembre 2015

    In this paper, Joyce Y. Man examines the evolution of Chinese housing policies and the growth of the Chinese housing market since the reforms of 1998, when the Chinese government ended its...

  9. Housing Policies and Urban Development

    Lessons from the Latin American Experience, 1960–2010
    Noviembre 2015
    Eduardo Rojas

    Access and opportunity are tied in many different ways to location. One’s neighborhood and neighbors can have dramatic effects on health and political, socioeconomic, and education opportunities and...

  10. Detroit and the Property Tax

    Strategies to Improve Equity and Enhance Revenue
    Enfoques en políticas de suelo
    Noviembre 2015
    Gary Sands and Mark Skidmore

    In December 2014, the City of Detroit emerged from bankruptcy with a plan that cut $7 billion from the city’s $18 billion debt load. Although the causes of the bankruptcy were complex, a...


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