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THE COMPARATIVE EFFECTS OF A NON-NEUTRAL LAND VALUE TAX IN A TWO-PERIOD MODEL OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT
I analyse a two period model of urban development in which a non-neutral land value tax accelerates city growth by encouraging the development of vacant land in the first period and decreases the size of the city in the ...
Local domains: Neighborhood planning and the interests of cities
Neighborhood planning involves American cities in a conflict of virtually irreconciable imperatives. Cities are both political bodies and corporate entities, of which land is the primary asset. By satisfying residents' ...