50-State Property Tax Comparison StudyFor Taxes Paid in 2021OutroJulho 2022Lincoln Institute of Land Policy and Minnesota Center for Fiscal Excellence
As the largest source of revenue raised by local governments, a well-functioning property tax system is critical for promoting municipal fiscal health. This report documents the wide range of...
Fundamentos Económicos de las Políticas de SueloEducação a DistânciaMarço 28, 2022Profesores: Luis Baer, Sara García Jiménez, Néstor Garza y Stella Zuccolini
Ofrece herramientas de análisis que permiten comprender la formación de los precios del suelo y su vínculo con la generación/apropiación de rentas urbanas, las políticas de suelo y el funcionamiento general de las ciudades de América Latina.
Infrastructure Investment: Appraisal, Biases, and PoliticsRevista Land LinesAgosto 2022By José Gómez-Ibáñez, Zhi Liu, August 17, 2022
Given the high cost of infrastructure investments, picking the right projects is important. The Lincoln Institute book "Infrastructure Economics and Policy: International Perspectives" describes the development of cost-benefit analysis and the effects of
For the Common GoodUpstream and Downstream Communities Join Forces to Protect Water SuppliesRevista Land LinesOutubro 2022By Heather Hansman, October 6, 2022
Billions of urban dwellers depend on water for hydration, sanitation, and other basic needs, but global water supplies are at risk. Water funds provide a mechanism for downstream utilities and businesses to invest in upstream watershed conservation projec
Return on Investment: Research Links Climate Action with Land and Property Value IncreasesRevista Land LinesJulho 2022By Anthony Flint, July 21, 2022
The world’s cities need trillions of dollars to mitigate and adapt to climate change, yet only half of that need is being met through existing climate finance flows. Land-based financing instruments are an underutilized tool that can help close that gap.
New Research to Explore Scenario Planning and Changing Food SystemsRevista Land LinesJulho 2022By Lincoln Institute Staff, July 6, 2022
The Consortium for Scenario Planning, a program of the Lincoln Institute, has commissioned six research projects that will apply scenario planning to changing food systems around the world, from Wisconsin to the West Bank.
Mayor’s Desk: Burlington, Vermont, Aims for Net ZeroRevista Land LinesJulho 2022By Anthony Flint, July 25, 2022
Leaders in the city of Burlington, Vermont, are promising to eliminate net fossil fuel use by 2030. Mayor Miro Weinberger discusses the city’s ambitious plans, the critical role of utilities, and the ways local leaders can take meaningful climate action.
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Gestión de Conflictos Urbanos y Desarrollo SostenibleEducação a DistânciaOutubro 4, 2021Coordinadora: Annette Tejada
El curso es una primera aproximación a la gestión urbana para el desarrollo sostenible desde la perspectiva de la planificación como mecanismo de diagnóstico, predicción y resolución de conflictos.
As Boston Builds Climate Infrastructure, Developers Are Helping to Pay for ItRevista Land LinesJunho 2022By Anthony Flint, June 16, 2022
With 47 miles of coastline vulnerable to the rising seas that come with climate change, Boston is considering a range of innovative techniques to build resilience against the inevitable impacts of climate change. But one of the most groundbreaking feature