- Climate Change and City Hall
- Volume 15 Number 1
- Managing Editor: Mark D. Shroder
- Associate Editor: Michelle P. Matuga
Climate Change and City Hall
Guest Editors: Richard C. Feiock and Christopher Coutts
Guest Editor's Introduction
Richard C. Feiock, Christopher Coutts
How Are U.S. Cities Doing Sustainability? Who Is Getting on the Sustainability Train, and Why?
James H. Svara, Tanya C. Watt, and Hee Soun Jang
Policy Integration for Sustainable Development and the Benefits of Local Adoption
Christopher V. Hawkins and XiaoHu Wang
Promoting Sustainable Land Development Patterns Through Impact Fee Programs
Gregory S. Burge and Keith R. Ihlanfeldt
Partisanship and Local Climate Policy
Elisabeth R. Gerber
Understanding City Engagement in Community-Focused Sustainability Initiatives
Dorothy M. Daley, Elaine B. Sharp, and Jungah Bae
Contrasting Capacities From City to International Levels of Government in Addressing Climate and Energy Issues
Christopher M. Weible and Dallas Elgin
Local Governments and Sustainable Development From a Latin American Perspective
Edgar E. Ramírez de la Cruz
Point of Contention: Property Taxes
Three Points in Favor, One Big Flaw
Richard K. Green
Usually the Best Available Tax, but It’s a Complex Question
The Property Tax Is a Bad Tax, but It Need Not Be
Keith R. Ihlanfeldt
The Market for Real Estate Brokerage Services in Low- and High-Income Neighborhoods: A Six-City Study
Aaron Yelowitz, Frank Scott, and Jason Beck
Data Shop: Psychometrics of Housing Quality Measurement in the American Housing Survey
Sandra J. Newman and Philip M.E. Garbodeny
Policy Brief: The HEARTH Act
Policy Brief: The Small Area FMR Demonstration
Peter B. Kahn and Geoffrey B. Newton
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