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  1. Improving Tax Increment Financing (TIF) for Economic Development

    Informes sobre Políticas Fundiárias
    Setembro 2018
    David Merriman

    This Policy Focus Report will be available the first week of September 2018. Virtually every U.S. state allows some form of tax increment financing (TIF) — using the increased property tax...

  2. City Tech

    Innovation Ecosystems: Identifying and Fostering Grassroots Design Capacity
    Revista Land Lines
    Julho 2018
    By Ted Smalley Bowen

    In Colombia’s Caribbean coast city of Santa Marta this July, local citizens, community groups, public officials, and an unusual array of specialists will pick up tools and work together for two weeks...

  3. Message from the President

    Land Policy Demands Collaboration
    Revista Land Lines
    Julho 2018

    Specialization is a hallmark of modern society. It also contributes to systemic risk and periodic crises. But it’s possible to mitigate, and in some cases reverse, the negative impacts of this basic...

  4. Mass Movements, Mixed Results

    Latin American Cities Lead the Way on Urban Transit—But Who Benefits?
    Revista Land Lines
    Julho 2018
    By Gregory Scruggs

    Today an indigenous Bolivian produce vendor glides through the air on an aerial cable car to reach the market in La Paz. A student in Bogotá, Colombia, knows she will arrive on time for class because...

  5. Category 4 Complexity

    Can Puerto Rico Rebuild for Greater Resilience?
    Revista Land Lines
    Julho 2018
    By Patricia Alex

    Puerto Rico was already on its heels when Hurricane Maria inflicted its destruction in September 2017. The US territory—home to 3.4 million American citizens—was bankrupt and depopulating. Nearly...

  6. Place Database

    Structurally Deficient Bridges in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
    Revista Land Lines
    Julho 2018

    Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, has more structurally deficient bridges than any other county in the United States—201 of 1,250, or 16 percent. Improvements would cost at least $150 million....

  7. New Lincoln Institute Report

    The Empty House Next Door
    Revista Land Lines
    Julho 2018

    The Empty House Next Door: Understanding and Reducing Vacancy and Hypervacancy in the United States By Alan Mallach Even though there are fewer vacant and abandoned properties across much of the...

  8. Mayor’s Desk

    Seeking Sustainability in Lima’s Financial District
    Revista Land Lines
    Julho 2018

    Manuel Velarde was sworn in as the 20th Mayor of San Isidro, a district within Lima, Peru, in January 2015. Since 2010, he has also taught at the University of San Martín de Porres. A lawyer who...

  9. Land Lines, July 2018

    Revista Land Lines
    Julho 2018
    Edited by Ted Smalley Bowen and Maureen Clarke

    This issue focuses on Latin America and the Caribbean, with features on community land trusts in Rio’s favelas, transit innovations in Latin America, and Puerto Rico’s recovery efforts, with an emphasis on rebuilding for greater resilience.

  10. Community Land Trusts in Rio’s Favelas

    Could Community Land Trusts in Informal Settlements Help Solve the World’s Affordable Housing Crisis?
    Revista Land Lines
    Julho 2018
    By Theresa Williamson

    Introduction For more than two decades, the Lincoln Institute’s Program on Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) has been working at the intersection of urban land markets, land-based financing, and...

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