The Impact of Urban Land Taxation: The Pittsburgh Experience
Wallace Oates and
Robert M. Schwab
National Tax Journal, 1997, vol. 50, issue 1, 1-21
Analyzes the impact of property tax reform in Pittsburgh (1979-1980), which dramatically increased the tax rate applied to land (but not structures). Explores the impact of this tax reform on the economic development of the city.
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