ConferênciasMaio 18, 2023Presenters: Yilin Hou, Dan McMillen, Ruchi Singh, Keith Ihlanfeldt, Luke Rodgers, Sebastien Bradley, Nathan Seegert, Rachel Meltzer, Leah Brooks, Paul Fisher, Soomi Lee
The economic growth and development of urban areas are closely linked to the fiscal conditions of these places. This research seminar offers a forum for new academic work on the interaction of these two areas.
Impuesto predial en Asia: política y prácticaRevista Land LinesOutubro 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...
CursosFevereiro 14, 2022
Advance your career in urban planning, real estate, and economic development by earning certification in municipal finance
Solicitação de PropostasFevereiro 2023
EventosMarço 7, 2023Moderator: 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, and Ryan Bates, CEO, Bates Development
Watch the recording In this second webinar in the series, “Building Equity and Market Strength in Legacy Cities: Context-Driven Equitable Development,” speakers present emerging programs driven by...
EventosFevereiro 28, 2023Moderator: Beverley Loyd, Managing Director of Lending MI and OH, IFF
Speakers: Cory Riordan, Executive Director, Tremont West Development Corporation, Matthew Madia, Director of Real Estate Services, Neighborhood Allies (Pittsburgh), and Brian Ogawa, Senior Commercial Real Estate Associate, Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority
Watch the recording This webinar is the first in a two-part series, “Building Equity and Market Strength in Legacy Cities: Context-Driven Equitable Development.” Register separately for the second...
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...
Revista Land LinesDezembro 2022By Jon Gorey, December 6, 2022
A homestead exemption is a fiscally sound and equitable way to ease the property tax burden on residents.
Revista Land LinesNovembro 2022By Katharine Wroth, November 28, 2022
The Peking University-Lincoln Institute Center for Urban Development and Land Policy celebrated its 15th anniversary in November 2022. Leaders from both organizations gathered virtually and in person...
Revista Land LinesNovembro 2022By Allison Ehrich Bernstein, November 15, 2022
Local property taxes and state aid each have flaws, but a thoughtful combination of these two revenue sources is the most effective recipe for funding a high-quality K–12 education for all...