Topic: Tributação Imobiliária

Eventos

2024 Urban Economics and Public Finance Conference

Abril 19, 2024 - Abril 20, 2024

Cambridge, MA United States

Offered in inglês

The economic growth and development of urban areas are closely linked to local fiscal conditions. This research seminar offers a forum for new academic work on the interaction of these two areas. It provides an opportunity for specialists in each area to become better acquainted with recent developments and to explore their potential implications for synergy.


Details

Date
Abril 19, 2024 - Abril 20, 2024
Time
8:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. (EDT, UTC-4)
Location
Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
Cambridge, MA United States
Language
inglês

Keywords

Desenvolvimento Econômico, Economia, Habitação, Inequidade, Uso do Solo, Planejamento de Uso do Solo, Valor da Terra, Tributação Imobiliária, Governo Local, Tributação Imobiliária, Finanças Públicas, Ordem Espacial, Tributação, Urbano, Valoração, Tributação de Valores

Oportunidades de bolsas para estudantes graduados

2024 C. Lowell Harriss Dissertation Fellowship Program

Submission Deadline: March 1, 2024 at 6:00 PM

The Lincoln Institute’s C. Lowell Harriss Dissertation Fellowship Program assists PhD students whose research complements the institute’s interest in valuation and taxation. The program provides an important link between the institute’s educational mission and its research objectives by supporting scholars early in their careers. 

For information on present and previous fellowship recipients and projects, please visit C. Lowell Harriss Dissertation Fellows, Current and Past

The application deadline is 6 p.m. EST on March 1, 2024. 


Details

Submission Deadline
March 1, 2024 at 6:00 PM


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Keywords

Regulação dos Mercados Fundiários, Valor da Terra, Tributação Imobiliária, Tributação Base Solo, Governo Local, Tributação Imobiliária, Tributação, Valoração, Tributação de Valores

Solicitação de propostas

Research on Municipal Fiscal Health and Land Policies

Submission Deadline: February 5, 2024 at 11:59 PM

The submission deadline has been extended from January 29 to February 5, 2024. 

The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy invites proposals for original research that can be applied to address the challenge of promoting the fiscal health of municipal governments in a range of contexts and institutional settings across the world. We are particularly interested in research that explores the ways sound urban planning, land-based taxation, and economic development combine with disciplined financial management to promote prosperous, sustainable, equitable, and fiscally healthy communities.

Research proposed should examine some of the most pressing questions that local officials around the world are confronting in the fiscal policy arena, with an emphasis on the implications for local land policy and planning decisions.


Details

Submission Deadline
February 5, 2024 at 11:59 PM

Keywords

Desenvolvimento, Desenvolvimento Econômico, Habitação, Infraestrutura, Planejamento de Uso do Solo, Valor da Terra, Tributação Imobiliária, Tributação Base Solo, Governo Local, Saúde Fiscal Municipal, Tributação Imobiliária, Finanças Públicas, Políticas Públicas, Desenvolvimento Urbano, Recuperação de Mais-Valias, Tributação de Valores, Zonificação

Outros Eventos

2023 Journalists Forum

Novembro 17, 2023 - Novembro 18, 2023

Cambridge, MA United States

Offered in inglês

The Lincoln Institute’s 2023 Journalists Forum, held November 17–18 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, explored innovations in housing affordability. Access to affordable housing has become a central issue of our times, with overburdened renters, yawning gaps in ownership rates between minority and white households, and a demand for housing that far outstrips the supply. Journalists covering housing were invited to step back and consider the often-underreported fundamental elements driving the affordability crisis, especially as they relate to land use management and fiscal and financial systems. Over the course of two days, participants explored current policy interventions, innovative solutions, and emergent debates that go to the root causes of the current housing crisis. The Journalist Forum resources are available as an online library.

Media Coverage

Welcome and Opening

Friday, November 17

Speakers

  • George W. “Mac” McCarthy, CEO and president, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
  • Monté Foster, retail market president New England, TD Bank
  • Keynote: Arthur Jemison, director, Boston Planning & Development Agency

Setting the Stage with an Interactive Discussion: State of the Nation’s Housing

Speakers

  • Daniel McCue, Joint Center for Housing Studies

Further Reading

Interventions: Zoning Reform

As more states from California to Connecticut pursue statewide zoning reform and face backlash by local governments seeking to retain control over land use, it is important to explore: What are the challenges facing states that seek to implement statewide land use reform? What do we know about the effects of changing land use regulations on housing supply and housing prices? When can we realistically expect to observe the results of these policies on the ground?

Speakers

  • Jessie Grogan, associate director, Reduced Poverty and Spatial Inequality, Lincoln Institute
  • Patrick Condon, University of British Columbia
  • Jenny Schuetz, Brookings Institution
  • David Garcia, Terner Center at UC Berkeley
  • Journalist moderator: Diana Lind 

Further Reading

Interventions II: Tax Policy

Cities are considering the effects of their tax systems on housing affordability. In Detroit, a land value tax has been proposed to lower residential taxes and encourage development. A well-functioning property tax based on market value might play a similar role in other jurisdictions. The design of property tax relief programs and homestead exemptions also has important implications for affordability.

Speakers

  • Jay Rising, chief financial officer, City of Detroit
  • Nick Allen, MIT
  • Joan Youngman, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
  • Ron Rakow, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
  • Journalist moderator: Liam Dillon 

Further Reading

Interventions III: Institutional Investors

Private sector actors are purchasing residential properties at significant rates, especially in cities with traditionally weak real estate markets. Affordable housing advocates seek to analyze who is buying up local properties, when, where, and over what period, to inform a series of real estate, capital, and other interventions. This session looks at attempts to manage institutional investors who are buying, flipping, or charging often-high rents for properties in legacy cities and elsewhere, using data available through new mapping tools; with special attention to the case study of Cincinnati, where bond financing was used to purchase nearly 200 fixer-uppers, outbidding outside investors.

Speakers

  • Aftab Pureval, Mayor of Cincinnati (on video)
  • Robert J. McGrail, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
  • Jeff Allenby, Center for Geospatial Solutions, “Who Owns America” initiative
  • David Howard, CEO, National Rental Home Council
  • Journalist moderator: Loren Berlin 

Further Reading

 

Welcome and Opening

Saturday, November 18

 

Speakers

  • Chris Herbert, Joint Center for Housing Studies, Harvard University

State of the Nation’s Housing Design

Speakers

  • Dan D’Oca, Harvard University Graduate School of Design–Joint Center for Housing Studies

Innovations in Financing

After the Community Reinvestment Act and the financial crisis of 2008, a reset has been in the works for both individuals and neighborhoods to access capital, to help close the racial homeownership gap. Should homeownership be so actively encouraged? Will tweaks to the home financing system really have impact? What role can mortgage markets play in facilitating access to housing for households with lower incomes?

Speakers

  • Jim Gray, senior fellow, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, Underserved Mortgage Markets Coalition and Innovations in Manufactured Homes Network (I’m HOME) program
  • Chrystal Kornegay, MassHousing
  • Majurial (MJ) Watkins, community mortgage sales manager, TD Bank
  • Chris Herbert, Joint Center for Housing Studies, Harvard University
  • Journalist moderator: Chris Arnold 

Further Reading

Proposals and Provocations: A Discussion with the Lincoln Institute

This session synthesizes the approaches the Lincoln Institute is currently taking to help address the housing affordability crisis in the United States. Lincoln Institute staff present key ideas of our work at the intersection of land and housing, and provoke a conversation by asking the audience: What will it take to cover these issues? How do we make them accessible to large and diverse audiences? What topics or angles might be missing in our work?

Speakers

  • Equity and Opportunity for Affordable Housing—Jessie Grogan and Semida Munteanu
  • The Federal Government’s Role: Underserved Mortgage Markets Coalition, I’m HOME (manufactured homes)—Arica Young
  • Capital Absorption as a Platform in Housing for Racial Equity and Health—Omar Carrillo Tinajero, director of partnerships and initiatives, Center for Community Investment
  • Greening Without Displacement—Amy Cotter, director, Climate Strategies
  • Moderator: David Luberoff, Joint Center for Housing Studies

Further Reading

Practicing the Craft

Traditional concluding roundtable of journalists talking about the challenges of covering housing; looking ahead to new frameworks and narratives, storytelling methods, and better use of data and graphics.

Facilitators

  • Paige Carlson-Heim, TD Charitable Foundation
  • Shelley Silva, TD Bank
  • Anthony Flint, Lincoln Institute

Details

Date
Novembro 17, 2023 - Novembro 18, 2023
Location
Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
113 Brattle Street
Cambridge, MA United States
Language
inglês

Keywords

Desenvolvimento Comunitário, Habitação, Banco de Terras, Fundo Fundiária, Uso do Solo, Planejamento de Uso do Solo, Valor da Terra, Tributação Imobiliária, Tributação Base Solo, Governo Local, Mapeamento, Planejamento, Tributação Imobiliária, Reutilização do Solo Urbano, Desajuste Espacial, Partes Interessadas, Desenvolvimento Sustentável, Desenvolvimento Orientado ao Transporte, Desenho Urbano, Desenvolvimento Urbano, Regeneração Urbana

Course

Máster en Políticas de Suelo y Desarrollo Urbano Sostenible

Janeiro 15, 2024 - Março 19, 2025

Offered in espanhol


El máster en Políticas de Suelo y Desarrollo Urbano Sostenible es un programa académico online en español que reúne de manera única los marcos legales y herramientas que sostienen la planificación urbana, junto con instrumentos fiscales, ambientales y de participación, desde una perspectiva internacional y comparada. El programa está dirigido especialmente a estudiantes de posgrado y otros graduados con interés en políticas urbanas desde una perspectiva jurídica, ambiental y de procesos de participación, así como a funcionarios públicos. Los participantes del máster recibirán el entrenamiento teórico y técnico para liderar la implementación de medidas que permitan la transformación sostenible de las ciudades.

El programa fue pensado de manera modular: los participantes pueden elegir realizar uno, dos o tres módulos, cada uno de los cuales otorga el diploma de experto universitario. Si llevan a cabo los tres módulos y finalizan con éxito el programa de fin de máster, obtienen el título de máster de formación permanente, otorgado por UNED.


Details

Date
Janeiro 15, 2024 - Março 19, 2025
Registration Period
Setembro 11, 2023 - Novembro 30, 2023
Language
espanhol
Educational Credit Type
Lincoln Institute certificate

Keywords

Mitigação Climática, Desenvolvimento, Resolução de Conflitos, Gestão Ambiental, zoneamento excludente, Favela, Henry George, Mercados Fundiários Informais, Infraestrutura, Regulação dos Mercados Fundiários, Especulação Fundiário, Uso do Solo, Planejamento de Uso do Solo, Valor da Terra, Tributação Imobiliária, Tributação Base Solo, Governo Local, Mediação, Saúde Fiscal Municipal, Planejamento, Tributação Imobiliária, Finanças Públicas, Políticas Públicas, Regimes Regulatórios, Resiliência, Reutilização do Solo Urbano, Desenvolvimento Urbano, Urbanismo, Recuperação de Mais-Valias

Oportunidades de bolsas

China Program International Fellowship 2024-25

Submission Deadline: November 30, 2023 at 11:59 PM

The Lincoln Institute’s China program invites applications for the annual International Fellowship Program. The program seeks applications from academic researchers working on the following topics in China:  

  • Impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the future of cities; 
  • Climate change and cities; 
  • Urban development trends and patterns; 
  • Urban regeneration; 
  • Municipal finance and land value capture; 
  • Land policies; 
  • Housing policies; 
  • Urban environment and health; and 
  • Land and water conservation. 

The fellowship aims to promote international scholarly dialogue on China’s urban development and land policy, and to further the Lincoln Institute’s objective to advance land policy solutions to economic, social, and environmental challenges. The fellowship is provided to scholars who are based outside mainland China. Visit the website of the Peking University–Lincoln Institute Center for Urban Development and Land Policy (Beijing) to learn about a separate fellowship for scholars based in mainland China.  

Application period: September 29 to November 30, 2023, 11:59 p.m. EST. 


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Submission Deadline
November 30, 2023 at 11:59 PM


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Oportunidades de bolsas para estudantes graduados

2023–2024 Programa de becas para el máster UNED-Instituto Lincoln

Submission Deadline: August 20, 2023 at 11:59 PM

El Instituto Lincoln de Políticas de Suelo y la Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED) ofrecen el máster en Políticas de Suelo y Desarrollo Urbano Sostenible, un programa académico online en español que reúne de manera única los marcos legales y herramientas que sostienen la planificación urbana, junto con instrumentos fiscales, ambientales y de participación, desde una perspectiva internacional y comparada. 

El máster está dirigido especialmente a estudiantes de posgrado y otros graduados con interés en políticas urbanas desde una perspectiva jurídica, ambiental y de procesos de participación, así como a funcionarios públicos. Los participantes del programa recibirán el entrenamiento teórico y técnico para liderar la implementación de medidas que permitan la transformación sostenible de las ciudades.  

Plazo de matrícula ordinario: 11 de septiembre al 30 de noviembre de 2023 

El inicio del máster es el 15 de enero de 2024. 

El Instituto Lincoln otorgará becas que cubrirán parcialmente el costo del máster de los postulantes seleccionados. 

Términos de las becas 

  • Los becarios deben haber obtenido un título de licenciatura de una institución académica o de estudios superiores. 
  • Los fondos de las becas no tienen valor en efectivo y solo cubrirán el 40% del costo total del programa. 
  • Los becarios deben pagar la primera cuota de la matrícula, que representa el 60% del costo total del máster. 
  • Los becarios deben mantener una buena posición académica o perderán el beneficio. 

El otorgamiento de la beca dependerá de la admisión formal del postulante al máster UNED-Instituto Lincoln. 

Si son seleccionados, los becarios recibirán asistencia virtual para realizar el proceso de admisión de la Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED), el cual requiere una solicitud online y una copia del expediente académico o registro de calificaciones de licenciatura y/o posgrado. 

Aquellos postulantes que no obtengan la beca parcial del Instituto Lincoln podrán optar a las ayudas que ofrece la UNED, una vez que se hayan matriculado en el máster. 

Fecha límite para postular: 20 de agosto de 2023, 23:59 horas de Boston, MA, EE.UU. (UTC-5) 

Anuncio de resultados: 8 de septiembre de 2023 


Details

Submission Deadline
August 20, 2023 at 11:59 PM

Keywords

Mitigação Climática, Desenvolvimento, Resolução de Conflitos, Gestão Ambiental, zoneamento excludente, Favela, Henry George, Mercados Fundiários Informais, Infraestrutura, Regulação dos Mercados Fundiários, Especulação Fundiário, Uso do Solo, Planejamento de Uso do Solo, Valor da Terra, Tributação Imobiliária, Tributação Base Solo, Governo Local, Mediação, Saúde Fiscal Municipal, Planejamento, Tributação Imobiliária, Finanças Públicas, Políticas Públicas, Regimes Regulatórios, Resiliência, Reutilização do Solo Urbano, Desenvolvimento Urbano, Urbanismo, Recuperação de Mais-Valias