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The Resource Instruments of land policy : dealing with scarcity of land, Jean-David Gerber, Thomas Hartmann, and Andreas Hengstermann

Instruments of land policy : dealing with scarcity of land, Jean-David Gerber, Thomas Hartmann, and Andreas Hengstermann

Label
Instruments of land policy : dealing with scarcity of land
Title
Instruments of land policy
Title remainder
dealing with scarcity of land
Statement of responsibility
Jean-David Gerber, Thomas Hartmann, and Andreas Hengstermann
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Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1979-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Gerber, Jean-David
  • Hartmann, Thomas
  • Hengstermann, Andreas
Series statement
Urban planning and environment
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  • Land use, Urban
  • City planning
  • Right of property
  • Land use
  • City planning and redevelopment law
  • City planning
  • City planning and redevelopment law
  • Land use
  • Land use, Urban
  • Right of property
Label
Instruments of land policy : dealing with scarcity of land, Jean-David Gerber, Thomas Hartmann, and Andreas Hengstermann
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Rachelle Alterman; Land, Scarcity, and Property Rights, Thomas Hartmann and Jean-David Gerber; Land Policy: How to Deal With Scarcity of Land, Jean-David Gerber, Andreas Hengstermann, and Francois-Xavier Viallon; Instruments of Land Policy: Four Types of Intervention, Andreras Hengstermann and Thomas Hartmann; Reference Land Values in Germany: Land Policy by Market Transparency, Winrich Vob and Jorn Bannert; A Swedish Perspective on Reference Land Values: Transparency by Tax Policy, Thomas Kalbro and Leif Norell; A Taiwan Perspective on Reference Land Values: The Hare and the Hedgehogs - Chasing Real Price Levels with Public Market Information, Tzuyuan Stessa Chao; Added Value Capturing in Switzerland: How Much is Enough?, Francois-Xavier Viallon; A Dutch Perspective on Added Value Capture: Ups and Downs During its History, Janet Askew; Land Taxation in Estonia: An Efficient Instrument of Land Policy for Land Scarcity, equality, and Ecology, Fabian Thiel and Fabian Wenner; A German Perspective on Land Taxation: Politically Unpopular, Antonia Layard; A British Perspective on Land Taxation: Politically Unpopular, Antonio Layard; Negotiated Land Use Plans in the Netherlands: A Central Instrument in Dutch {u2018}Active{u2019} and {u2018}Passive{u2019} Land Policy, Joost Tennekes;
  • An Australian Perspective on Negotiated Land Use Plans: A Means for Municipalities, to Mobilise Building Land, Alois Humer; A Canadian Perspective on Negotiated Land Use Plans: Discretionary Zoning in Vancouver, Marko Marskamp; Urban Growth Boundary in the U.S.: Managing Land Scarcity in the Portland Region, Edwad J. Sullivan; A Dutch Perspective on Urban Growth Boundaries: From Containing to Stimulating Growth, Leonie Janssen-Jansen and Wendy Tan; A German Perspective on Urban Growth Boundaries: The Answer of Comprehensive Regional Planning, Martin Wickel; Land Readjustment in Portugal: Theoretically Attractive but Eternally Postponed in Practice, Beatriz Condessa, Ana Morais De Sa, Joana Almeida, and Jose Antunes Ferreira; A Dutch Perspective on Land Readjustment: Low Practicability Without Mandatory Legislation, Sanne Holtstag-Broekhof; A German Perspective on Land Readjustment: A Proper Instrument of Modern Urban Governance for Efficient Land Use Theo Kotter; Building Obligations in Switzerland: Overcoming the Passivity of Plan Implementation{u2019} Andreas Hengstermann; A German Perspective on Building Obligations: Planning Professionals Try to Remember, Michael Kolocek; A U.S. Perspective on Obligations to Build: Planning Professionals Would Be Shocked, Harvey M. Jacobs; Pre-emption Rights in jFrance: Disputes Over Pre-emptions and the {u2018}land scarcity{u2019}, Romain Melot; A Swiss Perspective on Pre-emption Rights: Impact Without application, Stephane Nahrath; A Serbian Perspective on Pre-emption Right: Change That Was Necessary?, Tradable Development Rights in the U.S.: Making Zoning Flexible Through Market Mechanisms, Thomas Skuzinski and Evangeline R. Linkous;
  • An Isreali Perspective on TDR: Trading for Protecting, Nir Mualam; A Canadian Perspective on TDR: : You Call That a {u2018}Market?{u2019}, Eran S. Kaplinsky; Long-Term Land Leases in France: An Instrument to Address Scarcity of Social Housing, Sonia Guelton and Vincent Le Rouzic; A Swiss Perspective on Time-Limited Property Rights: Paramount Property Rights, Rebecca Leshinsky; Strategic Land Banking in the Netherlands: Experiencing Dutch Dilemas, Tejo Spit; A British Perspective on Strategic Land Banking: Critical Voices on Land Banking, Deborah Peel; A U.S. Perspectives on Land Banking: Just Not the American Way, Richard K. Norton; Expropriation for Urban Development Purposes in Germany: Consider Very Carefully Before Using it, Juliane Albrecht; A Dutch Perspective on Expropriation: The Pragmatic Way, Barrie Needham; A U.S. Perspective on Expropriation: A Radically Different View, Dan Tarlock; Nationalization of Land in Scotland: Private Property and Public Interest, Greg Lloyd; A Czech Perspective on Nationalization of Land: Kilt and Fustanella - Same Principle, Different Colours, Konstantinos Lalenis; Planning With or Against Property Rights, Jean-David Gerber, Thomas Hartmannma dn Andreas Hengstermann
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
ix, 360 pages
Isbn
9781138201514
Lccn
2017049033
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)1007090378
Label
Instruments of land policy : dealing with scarcity of land, Jean-David Gerber, Thomas Hartmann, and Andreas Hengstermann
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Rachelle Alterman; Land, Scarcity, and Property Rights, Thomas Hartmann and Jean-David Gerber; Land Policy: How to Deal With Scarcity of Land, Jean-David Gerber, Andreas Hengstermann, and Francois-Xavier Viallon; Instruments of Land Policy: Four Types of Intervention, Andreras Hengstermann and Thomas Hartmann; Reference Land Values in Germany: Land Policy by Market Transparency, Winrich Vob and Jorn Bannert; A Swedish Perspective on Reference Land Values: Transparency by Tax Policy, Thomas Kalbro and Leif Norell; A Taiwan Perspective on Reference Land Values: The Hare and the Hedgehogs - Chasing Real Price Levels with Public Market Information, Tzuyuan Stessa Chao; Added Value Capturing in Switzerland: How Much is Enough?, Francois-Xavier Viallon; A Dutch Perspective on Added Value Capture: Ups and Downs During its History, Janet Askew; Land Taxation in Estonia: An Efficient Instrument of Land Policy for Land Scarcity, equality, and Ecology, Fabian Thiel and Fabian Wenner; A German Perspective on Land Taxation: Politically Unpopular, Antonia Layard; A British Perspective on Land Taxation: Politically Unpopular, Antonio Layard; Negotiated Land Use Plans in the Netherlands: A Central Instrument in Dutch {u2018}Active{u2019} and {u2018}Passive{u2019} Land Policy, Joost Tennekes;
  • An Australian Perspective on Negotiated Land Use Plans: A Means for Municipalities, to Mobilise Building Land, Alois Humer; A Canadian Perspective on Negotiated Land Use Plans: Discretionary Zoning in Vancouver, Marko Marskamp; Urban Growth Boundary in the U.S.: Managing Land Scarcity in the Portland Region, Edwad J. Sullivan; A Dutch Perspective on Urban Growth Boundaries: From Containing to Stimulating Growth, Leonie Janssen-Jansen and Wendy Tan; A German Perspective on Urban Growth Boundaries: The Answer of Comprehensive Regional Planning, Martin Wickel; Land Readjustment in Portugal: Theoretically Attractive but Eternally Postponed in Practice, Beatriz Condessa, Ana Morais De Sa, Joana Almeida, and Jose Antunes Ferreira; A Dutch Perspective on Land Readjustment: Low Practicability Without Mandatory Legislation, Sanne Holtstag-Broekhof; A German Perspective on Land Readjustment: A Proper Instrument of Modern Urban Governance for Efficient Land Use Theo Kotter; Building Obligations in Switzerland: Overcoming the Passivity of Plan Implementation{u2019} Andreas Hengstermann; A German Perspective on Building Obligations: Planning Professionals Try to Remember, Michael Kolocek; A U.S. Perspective on Obligations to Build: Planning Professionals Would Be Shocked, Harvey M. Jacobs; Pre-emption Rights in jFrance: Disputes Over Pre-emptions and the {u2018}land scarcity{u2019}, Romain Melot; A Swiss Perspective on Pre-emption Rights: Impact Without application, Stephane Nahrath; A Serbian Perspective on Pre-emption Right: Change That Was Necessary?, Tradable Development Rights in the U.S.: Making Zoning Flexible Through Market Mechanisms, Thomas Skuzinski and Evangeline R. Linkous;
  • An Isreali Perspective on TDR: Trading for Protecting, Nir Mualam; A Canadian Perspective on TDR: : You Call That a {u2018}Market?{u2019}, Eran S. Kaplinsky; Long-Term Land Leases in France: An Instrument to Address Scarcity of Social Housing, Sonia Guelton and Vincent Le Rouzic; A Swiss Perspective on Time-Limited Property Rights: Paramount Property Rights, Rebecca Leshinsky; Strategic Land Banking in the Netherlands: Experiencing Dutch Dilemas, Tejo Spit; A British Perspective on Strategic Land Banking: Critical Voices on Land Banking, Deborah Peel; A U.S. Perspectives on Land Banking: Just Not the American Way, Richard K. Norton; Expropriation for Urban Development Purposes in Germany: Consider Very Carefully Before Using it, Juliane Albrecht; A Dutch Perspective on Expropriation: The Pragmatic Way, Barrie Needham; A U.S. Perspective on Expropriation: A Radically Different View, Dan Tarlock; Nationalization of Land in Scotland: Private Property and Public Interest, Greg Lloyd; A Czech Perspective on Nationalization of Land: Kilt and Fustanella - Same Principle, Different Colours, Konstantinos Lalenis; Planning With or Against Property Rights, Jean-David Gerber, Thomas Hartmannma dn Andreas Hengstermann
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
ix, 360 pages
Isbn
9781138201514
Lccn
2017049033
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)1007090378

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