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  1. How Should the Infrastructure Sector Cope with Radical Uncertainties?

    Revista Land Lines
    Junho 2022
    By José Gómez-Ibáñez and Zhi Liu, June 6, 2022.

    How are radical uncertainties like climate change, automation, the sharing economy, and the COVID-19 pandemic affecting the performance of infrastructure, and how will they shape infrastructure in the future? We share insights from the recent Lincoln Inst

  2. Municipal Fiscal Health and Urban Planning

    Cursos
    Julho 4, 2016
    Faculty: Roy Bahl, Erwin van der Krabben, Andrew Reschovsky

    Each year, the Program on the People’s Republic of China offers a week-long capacity-building “Training the Trainers” course to young faculty members, researchers, and practitioners from universities, government agencies, and institutions across China.

  3. New Report: Taxing Land More Than Buildings Would Help Detroit Homeowners and Spur Development

    Revista Land Lines
    Abril 2022
    By Will Jason, April 4, 2022

    Reforming Detroit’s property tax system by taxing land at a higher rate than buildings would help to revive the local economy and reduce tax bills for nearly every homeowner, according to a new study from the nonprofit Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.

  4. The Challenge of Unspent Federal Grants

    Documentos de Trabalho
    Janeiro 2022
    Jenna DeAngelo, Betsy Gardner, and George W. McCarthy

    There is a fervent need for federal grant money to be spent appropriately and for its intended purpose. However, constrained local capacity coupled with longstanding, inflexible, federal legislation...

  5. Lincoln Institute Expands Signature Fiscal Database

    Comunicados de Imprensa
    Março 17, 2016

    For Immediate ReleaseContact: Anthony Flint 617-503-2116 anthony.flint@lincolninst.eduWill Jason 617-503-2254 wjason@lincolninst.edu CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (March 17, 2016) – As local governments continue...

  6. Public Schools and the Property Tax: A Comparison of Education Funding Models in Three U.S. States

    Revista Land Lines
    Abril 2022

    In the wake of COVID-19, policy makers have a new opportunity to craft a combination of state aid and local property tax funding that enables all students to obtain an adequate and equitable education. 

  7. Measuring the Fiscal Health of U.S. Cities

    Documentos de Trabalho
    Julho 2020

    This paper uses a specially constructed data base on city finance that accounts for the revenues and spending of the constituent governments that provide public services in cities—municipal...

  8. Methodology Used to Create the Fiscally Standardized Cities Database

    Documentos de Trabalho
    Setembro 2020

    This paper details the methodology used to create the fiscally standardized cities (FiSCs) database. The data are available for 212 U.S. cities for the 1977–2017 period on the Lincoln Institute...

  9. Lincoln Institute of Land Policy Launches Campaign to Promote Municipal Fiscal Health

    Comunicados de Imprensa
    Agosto 24, 2015

    For Immediate ReleaseContact: Anthony Flint 617-503-2116 anthony.flint@lincolninst.eduWill Jason 617-503-2254 ext. 254 wjason@lincolninst.edu CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (August 24, 2015) – The Lincoln...

  10. Chicago Skyway: Unleashing the Value of a Public Asset

    Teaching Case Study
    Vídeos e Multimídia
    Março 2022

    This video case study tells the story of the Chicago Skyway Toll bridge and how the city of Chicago endured years of complications before it turned the liability into a valuable asset.

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