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  1. Land Lines, March 2001

    Revista Land Lines
    Marzo 2001
    Edited by Ann LeRoyer

    This issue provides an overview of various property taxation methods utilized by European countries; an analysis of Latin America’s urban sprawl patterns and land regulation challenges; and a...

  2. Land Lines, January 2001

    Revista Land Lines
    Enero 2001
    Edited by Ann LeRoyer

    This issue explores the increasingly common and successful phenomenon of urban farming, and the need for more of it, in the U.S.; participatory budgeting and power politics in Brazil’s Porto...

  3. The Development of Property Taxation in Economies in Transition

    Case Studies from Central and Eastern Europe
    Libros
    Septiembre 2001
    Edited by Jane H. Malme and Joan M. Youngman

    In the 1990s, Central and Eastern Europe transitioned from communist to market economies and property taxation took on an important role as many countries developed new fiscal policies and new...

  4. Land Lines, July 2001

    Revista Land Lines
    Julio 2001
    Edited by Ann LeRoyer

    In this issue, we feature articles on universities as developers and lessons learned from the study of value capture in Latin America.

  5. Distance Learning for New England's Forests

    Revista Land Lines
    Noviembre 2001
    Charles H.W. Foster

    The Forest Setting Forests presently cover approximately 25 percent of the world's land surface, excluding Greenland and Antarctica. Two-thirds of this important renewable natural resource lies in...

  6. Política del suelo, mercados inmobiliarios y segregación espacial urbana

    Revista Land Lines
    Noviembre 2001
    Allegra Calder and Rosalind Greenstein

    Una versión más actualizada de este artículo está disponible como parte del capítulo 5 del libro Perspectivas urbanas: Temas críticos en políticas de suelo de América Latina. ¿Es la segregación...

  7. Land Policy, Land Markets and Urban Spatial Segregation

    Revista Land Lines
    Noviembre 2001
    Allegra Calder and Rosalind Greenstein

    Is urban spatial segregation a consequence of the normal functioning of urban land markets, reflecting cumulative individual choices? Or, is it a result of the malfunctioning of urban land markets...

  8. Greater Phoenix 2100

    Knowledge Capital, Social Capital, Natural Capital
    Revista Land Lines
    Septiembre 2001
    Frederick Steiner

    The Sun Belt grew at spectacular rates in the late twentieth century, and among western U.S. cities Phoenix and its metropolitan region led the pack. The Census Bureau reports that between 1990 and...

  9. Easements, Covenants and Servitudes

    Traditional Limitations and Future Trends
    Revista Land Lines
    Septiembre 2001

    Editor's note: This article summarizes a recent Lincoln lecture by Dean Gerald Korngold of the Case Western Reserve University School of Law. He outlined the current status of the law on...

  10. Crosscurrents in Planning

    Changes in Land Use Policy in the Netherlands
    Revista Land Lines
    Septiembre 2001

    At the train station for Bijlmermeer, in the fringe development area of Amsterdam known as Southeast, a landscape comes into view that seems very un-Dutch-a huge enclosed mall, a gleaming new sports...

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