Revista Land LinesJaneiro 2000Scott Koeneman
Conventional wisdom and basic economic principles would suggest that an area subject to higher commercial and industrial property taxes than its nearby neighbors will suffer reduced economic...
One Step Forward, Two Steps BackRevista Land LinesNovembro 2000Frank Kelly and Jeff Wuensch
The property tax in Indiana has long generated considerable public policy debate, centering on the methods prescribed by the state to determine property values. Most states use some form of market...
Forces, Consequences, and Policy ResponsesRevista Land LinesNovembro 2000By Rosalind Greenstein, Francisco Sabatini, and Martim Smolka
Spatial segregation is a feature of metropolises from San Diego to Boston, from Santiago to Cape Town, from Belfast to Bangalore. In some places the segregation is associated primarily with racial...
Revista Land LinesJaneiro 2000
Few places in Latin America, or in the rest of the world, have dared to implement such radical urban land policy reforms as Chile has over the last 20 years. In 1979, the government began initiating...
Revista Land LinesMarço 2000Ricardo Nuñez, H. James Brown, and Martim Smolka
Researchers from the Lincoln Institute are working with the Group for the Integrated Development of the Capital (GDIC) in Havana to better understand how land and increments in land value can be...