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In June 2006 the Lincoln Institute held the first in a series of land policy conferences to address international trends and issues. The goals of this conference were to raise awareness of the importance of land policy in shaping international urban development and to explore research topics in urban economics and planning that might have significant policy implications. The chapters are based on the conference proceedings, papers, and commentaries of scholars and practitioners, and are divided into five themes: public actions and property prices; the importance of land value in today’s economy; land and property taxation; urban development and revitalization; and new developments in land and housing markets.
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Gregory K. Ingram is president and CEO of the Lincoln Institute and cochair of the Department of International Studies. He was formerly director-general, Operations Evaluation at the World Bank, where he was responsible for evaluating operations, policies, and programs. Yu-Hung Hong, fellow at the Lincoln Institute and visiting assistant professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is engaged in research and teaching on utilizing land as a public revenue source, with a focus on institutional development of property taxation, public leasehold systems, and land readjustment.
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