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  1. Capital Planning Conference for New England Municipal Officials

    Eventos
    Noviembre 30, 2018

    This conference aims to provide New England municipal officials with highly practical capital planning advice, ideas, best practices, and tools that they can put to use in their own municipalities.

  2. Webinar- Urban Property and Land Taxation in Argentina: The Challenge of Decentralization

    Eventos
    Noviembre 21, 2017
    Moderator: Luis Quintanilla

    Join the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy in our third Municipal Fiscal Health webinar focused on the advantages and disadvantages of decentralizing the organization and collection of the Urban Property and Land Tax in Argentina.

  3. Webinar- Planning and Financing Successful Public-Private Partnerships: The National Development Council Model

    Eventos
    Junio 2, 2017
    Moderator: Lourdes Germán

    Join the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy in our second Municipal Fiscal Health webinar focused on public-private partnerships, featuring Jane Campbell of the National Development Council and Mike Bailey from the City of Redmond.

  4. Housing Markets and the Fiscal Health of US Central Cities

    Eventos
    Abril 17, 2017
    Cosponsored with the Urban Institute

    Cosponsored with the Urban Institute, this event will offer insights from two recent research projects funded by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation that explore the links between shocks to urban housing markets and central cities’ finances.

  5. Roundtable- Leaving Money on the Table: The Challenge of Unspent Federal Grants

    Eventos
    Marzo 7, 2017

    The goal of this roundtable is to convene a cross-section of leaders from the public and private sector to explore the challenges of unspent federal grants in the context of the intergovernmental transfers system in the United States.

  6. Webinar: Financing Infrastructure for Cities

    Eventos
    Noviembre 9, 2016
    Moderator: Lourdes Germán

    Join the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy in our first Municipal Fiscal Health webinar focused on infrastructure finance in the U.S. featuring Dr. Julie Kim, Stanford University's Global Projects Center, and Nicole DuPuis, National League of Cities.

  7. Workshop on Emerging Innovations in Conservation Finance

    Eventos
    Septiembre 27, 2016
    Partners: Las Majadas de Pirque, David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies (DRCLAS), Harvard University, Fundacion Robles de Cantillana, Templado, and Que Pasa

    The ILCN will convene some 70 conservation practitioners and policy makers from North and South America to consider new approaches to the financing of conservation infrastructure (also known as natural capital) in the age of climate change.

  8. Systems Thinking Pilot

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    Mayo 16, 2016
    Faculty: Georgie Bishop, Julia Ross
    Collaborators: Congress for New Urbanism, Public Sector Consortium

    The objective of this seminar is to help city officials strengthen their ability to track, manage, and sustain the fiscal health of their communities, guided by Systems Thinking practices.

  9. Critical Issues for the Fiscal Health of New England Cities and Towns

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    Abril 8, 2016
    Presenters: Adam Chapdelaine, Richard W. England, Lourdes German, Michael Lawson, Christiana K. McFarland, Marc H. Pfeiffer, Ronald W. Rakow, Peder Schaefer, Robert K. Triest, Bo Zhao
    Co-sponsor: Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

    This program allows municipal officials from New England to consider critical issues for the fiscal health of their cities and towns. This small interactive invitation-only seminar is co-sponsored with the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.

  10. Taller sobre estrategias de desarrollo urbano y captura de plusvalías en torno al nuevo sistema aeroportuario de la Ciudad de México

    Eventos
    Enero 20, 2016

    El taller explora la implementación de políticas de desarrollo urbano y captura de plusvalías derivadas de la transformación del sistema aeroportuario de la Ciudad de México.

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