Revista Land LinesAbril 2022Edited by Katharine Wroth
This issue explores local solutions to the housing affordability crisis, the rise of a community investment ecosystem in Appalachia, and more.
Revista Land LinesJunho 2022By José Gómez-Ibáñez and Zhi Liu, June 30, 2022
How best to protect consumers from the lack of competition in the infrastructure market has been a topic of intense debate in infrastructure circles, explain the editors of the recently published Lincoln Institute book "Infrastructure Economics and Policy
EventosJunho 27, 2022Speakers: Marietta Rodriguez, president and CEO of NeighborWorks America; Chrystal Kornegay, executive director of MassHousing; and George W. McCarthy, president and CEO of the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.
This webinar will explore the effects of housing discrimination in the past and present, what the new plans could mean for equity in housing finance, and how the government can promote equity in housing more broadly.
Revista 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
OutroOutubro 2020Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
The state of Michigan has long incubated financial stress among its localities. Though not the state’s intention, limits on local governments’ ability to raise revenues, coupled with...
Revista Land LinesMaio 2022By Lincoln Institute Staff, May 12, 2022
When it comes to choosing a location, companies are increasingly considering factors like equity and sustainability. A mapping tool recently launched in northeast Ohio makes it possible for businesses to evaluate potential sites in a new way—and it’s an a
ConferênciasAgosto 30, 2022Speakers: Margie Cusack, Ruud M. Kathmann, Adam H. Langley, Daniel P. McMillen, Carmela Quintos, Ron Rakow, Jennifer Rearich, Joan Youngman
The Lincoln Institute will present two seminars at the 2020 annual conference of the International Association of Assessing Officers (IAAO).
Revista Land LinesAbril 2022By Katharine Wroth, April 7, 2022
New research is exploring the intersection of climate adaptation, property values, and municipal finance in countries including the United States, Costa Rica, South Africa, and the Netherlands.
The Case of CaliforniaDocumentos de TrabalhoAgosto 1999Jeffrey I. Chapman
This working paper defines and extends the concepts of local government autonomy and local government fiscal autonomy, examining them as potential necessary conditions for a Tiebout equilibrium. It...
Funding Infrastructure and Local Government ServicesInformes sobre Políticas FundiáriasSetembro 2022
Land value capture (LVC) is based on a simple core premise: public action should generate public benefit.