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  1. Poseer y conservar

    En riesgo los títulos de propiedad en Perú
    Revista Land Lines
    Abril 2015
    Ryan Dubé

    El programa de títulos de propiedad instaurado en Perú en la década de 1990 otorgó a millones de personas que vivían en asentamientos informales el título de...

  2. New Publishing Collaboration

    Property Tax and the Financing of K–12 Education—A Special Issue of Education Finance and Policy
    Revista Land Lines
    Fevereiro 2015

    In the aftermath of the Great Recession, the financing of U.S. public elementary and secondary education has become particularly challenging, given the close link between school finance and property...

  3. Mejoramiento del desempeño del impuesto sobre la propiedad en América Latina

    Informes sobre Políticas Fundiárias
    Outubro 2015

    This report, Mejoramiento del desempeño del impuesto sobre la propiedad en América Latina (Improving the Performance of the Property Tax in Latin America), presents a comprehensive...

  4. To Have & To Hold

    Property Titles at Risk in Peru
    Revista Land Lines
    Abril 2015
    Ryan Dubé

    Peru’s titling program of the 1990s granted property ownership to millions of informal settlers. Now many of those homes are reverting to informality, simply because owners are failing to use...

  5. Cuba, on the horizon

    Posts do Blog
    Novembro 2015
  6. New Policy Focus Report

    Inclusionary Housing
    Revista Land Lines
    Outubro 2015

    Inclusionary Housing: Creating and Maintaining Equitable Communities By Rick Jacobus From Seattle to San Francisco to Chicago to Portland, Maine, debates are raging over inclusionary housing—the...

  7. Top 5 innovations in land conservation from around the world

    Posts do Blog
    Fevereiro 2015
  8. Making inclusionary housing work

    Posts do Blog
    Setembro 2015
  9. Message from the President

    Institutions that Protect the Common Interest
    Revista Land Lines
    Fevereiro 2015

    Human development is often characterized as a war between the contradictory goals of individuation and conformity. We struggle to distinguish ourselves from the herd, but we panic at the prospect of...

  10. Private Regimes in the Public Sphere

    Optimizing the Benefits of Common Interest Communities
    Revista Land Lines
    Fevereiro 2015

    Common interest communities are a longstanding American tradition and a growing trend, representing 25 percent of U.S. home ownership. The author considers strategies to minimize common problems...

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