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  1. How Homestead Exemptions Can Counteract Regressivity in Property Tax Assessments

    Documentos de Trabalho
    Março 2024
    Ron Rakow, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy

    Evidence presented in several recent academic studies using national datasets indicates widespread regressivity in property tax assessments. This can be due to statutory limits on assessment levels...

  2. Mayor’s Desk: Seeing New Opportunity in Scranton

    Revista Land Lines
    Fevereiro 2024
    By Anthony Flint, February 13, 2024

    On the challenges and opportunities of guiding a postindustrial city that has some surprising claims to fame

  3. Case Study: Can Meandering Paths Connect a Fragmented Planning System?

    Developing a Regional Governance Structure to Enable Watershed Planning in Southeast Louisiana
    Outro
    Junho 2021
    Rachelle Sanderson, Thomas Douthat, Manohar “Manny” Patole

    Louisiana’s flat geography, proximity to the Gulf of Mexico, and seasonal rain events make the state especially susceptible to flooding. Risks are particularly high because water can flow...

  4. Moving Beyond Conventional Economic Development Practice

    An Asset-Based Framework for Sustainable Communities
    Documentos de Trabalho
    Janeiro 2024
    Haegi Kwon, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy

    Many factors contribute to growing inequalities in the United States. This report focuses on how economic development policies and practices may contribute to more equitable cities and regions. It...

  5. Is Economic Development Working? Rethinking Local Approaches to Growth

    Revista Land Lines
    Fevereiro 2024
    By Jon Gorey, February 9, 2024

    Traditional economic development approaches often produce uneven growth that can deepen disadvantage and exacerbate longstanding inequities, but prioritizing the well-being of residents can lead to very different outcomes.

  6. Land Matters Podcast: Paige Cognetti and the Reinvention of Scranton

    Revista Land Lines
    Dezembro 2023
    By Anthony Flint, December 12, 2023

    The postindustrial city of Scranton, Pennsylvania, developed some curiously 21st century claims to fame. But now the city of 75,000 is setting its sights on new strategies for equitable economic revitalization, as Mayor Paige Cognetti explains.

  7. Podcast: Paige Cognetti and the Reinvention of Scranton

    Vídeos e Multimídia
    Dezembro 2023
    Season 4, Episode 7 of the Land Matters podcast with Anthony Flint and Paige Cognetti.

    The postindustrial city of Scranton, Pennsylvania, developed some curiously 21st century claims to fame. But now the city of 75,000 is setting its sights on new strategies for equitable economic revitalization, as Mayor Paige Cognetti explains.

  8. “Mayor’s Desk” Book Highlights Crucial Work of Local Government Leaders

    Revista Land Lines
    Novembro 2023
    By 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.

  9. Vivienda/trabajo

    Aumentan las transformaciones de oficinas en viviendas: ¿qué significa esto para las ciudades?
    Revista Land Lines
    Julho 2023
    Por Jon Gorey

    A medida que el trabajo remoto e híbrido pasa de ser una excepción a ser una regla, ciudades de todo el mundo están empezando a transformar los edificios de oficinas del centro...

  10. El escritorio del alcalde

    Vivienda y esperanza en Cincinnati
    Revista Land Lines
    Julho 2023
    Por 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...

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