History, Achievements and ProspectsDocumentos de TrabalhoJaneiro 1997Nathaniel Lichfield and Owen Connellan
This report examines the economic and social rationales and century-old experience in Britain for taxing land (as distinct from land and buildings in combination) for the benefit of the community. In...
Documentos de TrabalhoJaneiro 2000Robert J. Gloudemans
This paper describes the results of a research project conducted under a John C. Lincoln Fellowship for the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy (Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA) on the potential for...
A PrimerDocumentos de TrabalhoJaneiro 2000Jeff Wuensch, Frank Kelly, and Thomas Hamilton
Land value taxation has evolved for more than a century into an approach that is being used to varying degrees in the modern economy. While land value taxation plays a critical role in each state...
Challenges and IssuesDocumentos de TrabalhoJaneiro 2000Jeff Wuensch, Frank Kelly, and Thomas Hamilton
In 1998, the Indiana State Supreme Court ruled that the state’s real estate manual violated the state constitution because it was too subjective, lacked meaningful reference to property wealth...
Documentos de TrabalhoMaio 2000Anthony Vickers
This project centered on a ‘property tax stakeholder’ postal survey and meetings with experts to discover what obstacles were perceived to inhibit implementation of land value taxation (...
Documentos de TrabalhoOutubro 2001Thomas J. Nechyba
This paper develops a general equilibrium model of an economy that produces output using capital, labor and land as inputs. It further develops an approach that allows specific parameters in the...
Their Social and Economic Inter-relationshipDocumentos de TrabalhoOutubro 2000Nathaniel Lichfield and Owen Connellan
This Report is a preliminary exploration of the inter-relationship between two forms of taxation: the long established land value taxation an the recently emerging eco-taxation. The exploration...
Rating Principles and Guidelines for KenyaDocumentos de TrabalhoMaio 2000Tom M. Konyimbih
Kenya has in the last few years initiated reforms at the national and local levels to enhance revenue mobilization, economic efficiency and service delivery to her rapidly increasing population. At...
Revista Land LinesJulho 2017
In this issue: revitalizing America’s smaller legacy cities; GASB 77 and the cost of corporate property tax incentives; the future of U.S. public school revenue from the property tax; and a new initiative that will explore our human ties to land.
Documentos de TrabalhoMaio 2001David Dale-Johnson and W. Jan Brzeski
The results of the analysis reported in this paper provide new insight into the evolution of an urban land market in a centrally planned economy undergoing transformation. Since the end of the Second...