Comunicados de ImprensaAbril 8, 2010
Revista Land LinesJaneiro 2021Edited by Katharine Wroth
This special double issue of Land Lines commemorates the 75th anniversary of the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, chronicling the organization’s history and exploring how land can serve as a...
Building an Equitable RenaissanceNotas de Políticas PúblicasMarço 2020
Legacy cities have been at the center of some of America’s most historic achievements, and they possess a strong civic spirit and culture of innovation at a time when these qualities are most...
Revista Land LinesAbril 2020Edited by Katharine Wroth
This issue explores how cities are becoming more resilient, from a comprehensive green infrastructure investment in Shenzhen, China, to an ambitious clean-up in Athens, Greece, to a highway...
FellowshipOportunidades de BolsasJaneiro 2021
This program provides an opportunity for recent PhDs specializing in public finance or urban economics to work with senior economists.
Artigos de ConferênciasAbril 2013Deborah L. Wetzel
With a population of 11.2 million residents, São Paulo is the largest city in Brazil, the largest city in the southern hemisphere, and the world’s seventh largest city by population. The city is...
Artigos de ConferênciasAbril 2013Roy W. Bahl
The theory and practice of providing government services in metropolitan areas are subjects that have attracted a great deal of attention in the industrial countries but have been largely ignored in...
Revista Land LinesOutubro 2015Edited by Maureen Clarke
In this issue, we feature articles on water as a cash crop in the West, technology cures for municipal fiscal health, and the Working Cities challenge.
Artigos de ConferênciasMaio 2010Tracy M. Gordon and Kim Rueben
In this paper, Tracy M. Gordon and Kim Rueben note that the revenue mix for local government changes frequently in response to economic shocks, policy shifts, and technological advances in tax...
An OverviewArtigos de ConferênciasAbril 2013Richard M. Bird and Enid Slack
This paper by Richard M. Bird and Enid Slack is based on their observation that not all big cities are very rich, but they are all, by definition, big, and most of them are also rich relative to...