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  1. Fiscal turmoil

    Posts do Blog
    Maio 2009
  2. Fiscal Policy Space Affords Cities Greater Control of Economic Destiny

    MuniNet Guide
    Setembro 14, 2009
    O Instituto Lincoln no Noticiário
  3. Trends in public finance examined at Land Policy Conference June 1-2, 2009

    Comunicados de Imprensa
    Maio 21, 2009
  4. New online database provides free access to information on property tax

    Comunicados de Imprensa
    Junho 4, 2009
  5. Universities should maintain collaboration in trying economic times, report says

    Comunicados de Imprensa
    Julho 28, 2009
  6. When and Why do Cities Bind Themselves?

    The Existence and Extent of Locally-Imposed Tax and Expenditure Limits
    Documentos de Trabalho
    Junho 2009
    Leah Brooks and Justin Phillips

    Though the social science literature has thoroughly dissected the extent, causes, and consequences of state-mandated tax and expenditure limits on cities, to date there has been no systematic...

  7. Property Taxes for Local Finance

    Research Results and Policy Perspectives (Reconsidering Property Taxes: Perhaps Not So Bad After All)
    Documentos de Trabalho
    Janeiro 2009
    Ronald C. Fisher

    Although property taxes continue to be one of the fundamental fiscal foundations for local government in the U.S., they also remain exceptionally controversial (even among taxes). The political or...

  8. A Compendium of Countries with an Area-Based Property Tax

    Documentos de Trabalho
    Maio 2009
    Bing Yuan, Katrina Connolly, and Michael E. Bell

    The property tax constitutes an important source of own-revenues for autonomous subnational governments in developed countries. Although property taxes have not yet generated significant revenues for...

  9. Property Taxation in Francophone Africa 4

    Case Study of Niger
    Documentos de Trabalho
    Junho 2009
    Boubacar Hassane

    The Lincoln Institute and the African Tax Institute (ATI), located at the University of Pretoria, South Africa, have come together in a joint effort to better understand property-related taxation in...

  10. Erosion of the Property Tax Base

    Trends, Causes, and Consequences
    Maio 2009
    Edited by Nancy Y. Augustine, Michael E. Bell, David Brunori, and Joan M. Youngman

    Increased reliance on residential property to generate tax revenue and soaring property values in many parts of the country have placed pressure on local officials to respond to concerns about higher...


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