Lincoln Institute in the News


Lincoln Institute in the News

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Are There Better Ways to Diagnose an Unhealthy City? spite the calamitous impact that insolvency can have on a city, there really aren’t c...

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Poverty, Despair, and Big Government Freddie Gray’s death was the spark, but Baltimore’s governance was the powder keg. By Michael Tanne...

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When It Comes to Housing Affordability, Are Cities Like Seattle Doomed? At their annual gathering this week, America's urban planners confronted a gr...

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Search Advocacy/Policy A...

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Plants and Rocks by the Square Mile

In the Company of Plants and Rocks
Plants and Rocks by the Square Mile In Wyoming, we’re blessed with public lands.  The Federal government holds in tr...

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Study Examines the Importance of Planning by States and Nation-States April 14, 2015, 1pm PDTJAMES BRASUELL  0  0 &n...

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We've heard a lot about concentrated poverty, but what about concentrated affluence? "Many cities have more areas of segregated affluence than th...

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How the Rich Benefit From Handouts More Than the Poor BY ALEXIS STEPHENS | APRIL 14, 2015 (Photo by Barry Brecheisen/Invision/AP) ...

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Where the White People Live How self-segregation and concentrated affluence became normal in America Alana SemuelsApr 10 2015, 7:50 AM ET Las...

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Anthony Coyne steps down from City Planning Commission after 25 years as member and 16 as chairman Anthony "Tony" Coyne at a 2003 meeting of...

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Self-segregation is bad for America — here's the reason why ALANA SEMUELS, THE ATLANTIC APR. 11, 2015, 1:41...

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WATER Water cost increases hit Bellemont subdivision 3 Print Email ...

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Boston’s housing should be more like Legos By Mike Ross  APRIL 06, 2015   AS I recently watched my 7-year-old nephew ...

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New businesses breathe life back into Detroit, but thousands of homeowners still struggle April 3, 2015 12:00 AM T...

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Drilling for Answers: Cleveland Fed Hosts Shale Symposium

Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland News
Drilling for Answers: Cleveland Fed Hosts Shale Symposium 03.26.2015  Anne O'Shaughnessy The pros and cons of natural resource extraction in t...

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Brazil – the International Conference on Sustainable Strategies for Local Revenue Mobilization: Public and Private Sector Perspectives Parul ...

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Levitt: Be the catalyst to change By Alan Reed April 1, 2015, 11:40 am Popular  Share  Print  ...

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Putting A Casino In Hartford's Old Cop Shop Trinity College Tom Condon HARTFORD COURANTtcondon​@courant.com  @tcondoncouran...

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INNOVATION FRIDAY Innovative policy and community engagement keys to renewal By Matthew Leonard Former Packard Pla...

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DANTE RAMOS It takes a ‘millennial’ village to get cheap housing in Boston JOSH REYNOLDS FOR THE BOSTON GLOBE/FILE Mi...

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