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The principles and promises of land value taxation.
A second concern is that more intensive use of land value taxation will lead to denser development, exacerbating many of the problems associated with congestion.
In the nine chapters of this text, ten academics and researchers from the US and South Africa review and assess the ongoing debates about the theory of land value taxation, noting where the empirical work does and does not support the theory; discuss the lessons learned from implementations to date; and relate current views about the necessary supporting legal framework to relevant legal contexts.
Land value taxation (LVT) and resource taxes insure that community-created wealth accrues to the community, except for a fair profit to the business or individual who, through their labor or ingenuity, has improved the land or used the resource efficiently.
The government is considering Land Value Taxation - known as the Smart Tax - as an alternative to the long establish system of business rates.
IF you want to find your 18-year-old offspring after dark these days, don't bother looking in a draughty hall where they are discussing the wonders of Land Value Taxation.
The conclusions summarise the main concerns that would be raised by moving toward land value taxation in the context of a growth management strategy that would make cities more compact.
com/reports/c22894) has announced the addition of Land Value Taxation to their offering This study of the strategic, policy and operational characteristics of Land Value Taxation is a unique and original contribution to Elston knowledge.