Municipal Fiscal Health and Urban PlanningCursosJulho 4, 2016Faculty: Roy Bahl, Erwin van der Krabben, Andrew Reschovsky
Each year, the Program on the People’s Republic of China offers a week-long capacity-building “Training the Trainers” course to young faculty members, researchers, and practitioners from universities, government agencies, and institutions across China.
Professional Development Course on Large-Scale Urban (Re-)Development ProjectsCursosMaio 22, 2016Faculty: Antonio Azuela, Camila Maleronka, Eduardo Reese, María Cristina Rojas, Martim O. Smolka, Paulo Sandroni
This course examines large-scale projects designed to promote the redevelopment or regeneration of deteriorated or abandoned urban areas and the extension of the urban perimeter.
Urban Land Policy for Latin American JournalistsCursosMarço 17, 2016
This course is especially designed to provide an understanding about current urban issues in Latin American cities and their roots in land and urban policies to a journalism audience in Latin America.
Professional Development Course on Informal Land Markets and Regularization in Latin AmericaCursosDezembro 6, 2015Mark Haveman
This weeklong course offers students the opportunity to assess and challenge their understanding of fundamental topics related to urban informality.
Professional Development Course on Informal Land Markets and Regularization in Latin AmericaCursosNovembro 27, 2016Faculty: Carlos Morales Schechinger, Claudio Acioly Jr., Cynthia Goytia, Martim O. Smolka, Pedro Abramo
This course enables the understanding of the urban informal economy, as well as to develop instruments of economic analysis on informality, land markets and price formation, and the processes that generate informal settlements in cities of Latin America.
Rebuilding with Equity: The Future of Smaller Legacy CitiesEventosJunho 29, 2021
Join the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy and Greater Ohio Policy Center for a discussion of how America’s smaller legacy cities can adopt equitable development strategies to promote economic growth that benefits all residents.
Investing in Change(makers): Equitably Developing America’s Small and Mid-Sized Legacy CitiesEventosMaio 26, 2021Panelists: Alison Goebel, Jay Williams
Moderated by: Dan Moulthrop
Join us for a forum on equitable development in smaller legacy cities featuring Alison Goebel of the Greater Ohio Policy Center and Jay Williams of the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving and former mayor of Youngstown, Ohio.
Webinar: Land Value Capture and Equitable DevelopmentEventosMaio 4, 2021
Join WRI and the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy for an engaging conversation with urban experts from around the world to discuss whether and how land value capture can be implemented effectively and in service to urban equity objectives.
Houston on the Front Lines of SprawlEventosAbril 28, 2021Speaker: William Fulton
Join us for a presentation and dialogue with Bill Fulton, Director, Kinder Institute for Urban Research, Rice University.
Property Taxation and Land Value Capture in AfricaEventosMaio 5, 2021
This conference, organized in partnership with the African Tax Institute, provides a forum for scholars and practitioners to discuss a range of issues on property taxation in Africa.