Revista Land LinesNovembro 2023By Kristina McGeehan, November 28, 2023
The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy launched the second round of the Accelerating Community Investment initiative’s Community of Practice (ACI CoP) in November, kicking off with a convening in Sante...
Revista Land LinesNovembro 2023By Kristina McGeehan, November 7, 2023
20 innovative leaders from five continents share their struggles and successes, along with strategies for making cities more equitable, sustainable, and healthy places to live and work.
Vivienda y esperanza en CincinnatiRevista Land LinesJulho 2023Por Anthony Flint
Aftab Pureval, electo en 2021, está haciendo historia como el primer alcalde asiático estadounidense de Cincinnati. Se crio en el suroeste de Ohio, fue hijo de primera generación de estadounidenses y...
A New Approach to Economic Development We must rethink economic development to create more equitable, healthy, and prosperous American cities. Remaking Local Economies is a research initiative led by...
Communities, investors, and policymakers can and should build on private capital alongside the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund’s initial public investment.
Solicitação de PropostasOutubro 2023
The Lincoln Institute invites research proposals that can be applied to promote the fiscal health of municipal governments in a range of contexts and institutional settings across the world.
Oportunidades de BolsasAgosto 2023
A call for proposals for academic and policy research papers addressing land, urban, fiscal and environmental issues relating to urbanization in China.
Revista Land LinesJulho 2023By Allison Ehrich Bernstein, July 11, 2023
Realizing a low-carbon future that is economically and racially just is an enormous undertaking at any level, but especially for small and midsize older industrial cities.
CursosMaio 8, 2023
The Lincoln Institute and the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy are offering a five-day online course on the fundamentals of municipal finance for urban planners and others, May 8–12, 2023.
China's Policy to Limit Use of Public-Private Partnerships by Municipalities to Finance Capital ImprovementsA Regression Discontinuity Design Analysis of the Fiscal ImpactDocumentos de TrabalhoJunho 2023Robert Bland, Jingran Sun, and Yu Shi
China’s rapid urbanization in the past four decades combined with the national government’s ambitious goals for economic growth have pressured public officials in prefectural cities to...