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  1. Rethinking the Property Tax-School Funding Dilemma

    Notas de Políticas Públicas
    Fevereiro 2023

    This policy brief focuses on the roles of the local property tax and state aid in the funding of public education and analyzes their strengths and weaknesses. A key theme is the property tax–...

  2. 2023 Fundamentals of Municipal Finance Credential

    Maio 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.

  3. Escuelas publicas y el impuesto a la propiedad

    Comparación de modelos de financiamiento para la educación de tres estados de los Estados Unidos
    Revista Land Lines
    Abril 2022

    Como resultado de la COVID-19, los gestores de políticas tienen una nueva oportunidad de elaborar financiamientos que combinen impuestos sobre la propiedad inmobiliaria y ayuda estatal con el...

  4. Land Matters Podcast: Orchestrating Impact: Retiring Scholars Reflect on the Lincoln Institute

    Revista Land Lines
    Fevereiro 2023
    By Anthony Flint, February 2, 2023

    Three scholars retiring from the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy share thoughts on what it takes for a nonprofit organization to have real-world impact.

  5. Research on Land-Based Financing Approaches for Climate Action

    Open for submissions on February 9, 2023.
    Solicitação de Propostas
    Fevereiro 2023
  6. Nueva publicación: Impuesto predial en Asia

    Impuesto predial en Asia: política y práctica
    Revista Land Lines
    Outubro 2022

    El impuesto a la propiedad inmobiliaria tiene un gran potencial como fuente de renta para los gobiernos locales en Asia, pero su implementación no ha sido equitativa. El libro nuevo del Instituto...

  7. Equitable Development Programs for New Construction in Weak Markets

    Fevereiro 28, 2023
    Moderator:  Beverley Loyd, Managing Director of Lending MI and OH, IFF 
    SpeakersCory Riordan, Executive Director, Tremont West Development Corporation and Matthew Madia, Director of Real Estate Services, Neighborhood Allies (Pittsburgh)

    This webinar is the first in a two-part series, “Building Equity and Market Strength in Legacy Cities: Context-Driven Equitable Development.” Weak market conditions severely limit policy and...

  8. Private Development Programs for Weak Markets

    Março 7, 2023
    Moderator: Robie Suggs, Chief Lending Officer, Cincinnati Development Fund 
    Speakers: Shannon Morgan, Managing Partner, Renovare Development and Brian Potts, Managing Partner, the Ridgewood Group, LLC, Springfield, OH

    In this second webinar in the series, “Building Equity and Market Strength in Legacy Cities: Context-Driven Equitable Development,” speakers will present emerging programs driven by for-profit...

  9. Introduction to the Property Tax–School Funding Connection

    Dezembro 2022

    Property taxation and school funding are closely linked in the United States. Forty-five percent of total public K–12 education revenues come from local governments and 80 percent of the local share...

  10. This Simple Policy Tool Can Make Property Taxes Fairer and Ease Homeowner Hardship

    Revista Land Lines
    Dezembro 2022
    By Jon Gorey, December 6, 2022

    A homestead exemption is a fiscally sound and equitable way to ease the property tax burden on residents.


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