September 2005 Archives

A paper based on this research, co-authored with my Kingston University supervisors, is about to be published by Richmond Law & Tax in the third volume of their international series Critical Issues in Environmental Taxation. It takes a snapshot of my findings as at April this year and is titled A Revealing Landvaluescape: Making Property Tax More Acceptable Using Value Maps. An earlier draft of the article is

Among the conclusions of this 'work in progress' are:

"The political and institutional aspects of value mapping are far more difficult and important than the technical aspects"


"Transitional economies in Europe that are creating their property markets and geo-spatial data infrastructures from scratch are very likely to lead the way with value mapping...."

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