The Property Tax, Land Use, and Land Use Regulation

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The late Dick Netzer
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2003 - Business & Economics - 324 pages
Dick Netzer, a leading public finance economist specializing in state and local issues and urban government, brings together in this comprehensive volume essays by top scholars connecting the property tax with land use.
 

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Contents

Taxes on buildings and land in a dynamic model of real estate markets
6
The effect of tax increment financing on land use
37
Preferential assessment impacts and alternatives
62
The influence of local fiscal structure and growth control choices on bigbox urban sprawl in the American West
88
Is zoning a substitute for or a complement to factor taxes?
122
Taxes versus regulation the welfare impacts of policies for containing urban sprawl
147
Land use regulations and the property tax costbenefit analyses
173
The rise of the private neighborhood association a constitutional revolution in local government
209
The rise of private neighborhood associations revolution or evolution?
273
Frontage tax and the optimally compact city
287
Index
316
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Dick Netzer is Professor Emeritus of Economics and Public Administration in the Wagner Graduate School of Public Service at New York University, USA

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