Based on the proceedings of Lincoln Institute’s fourth annual land policy conference, this volume analyzes municipal revenue instruments such as intergovernmental transfers, property tax, tax increment financing, and local option sales and income taxes. Other nontraditional public good financing mechanisms including business improvement districts, homeowners' associations, impact fees, certificates of additional construction potential, debt financing, and public-private partnerships are examined. The analysis focuses on comparing the viability of these municipal revenue sources in the face of fiscal uncertainty.
Gómez-Ibáñez, José A. "Prospects for Private Infrastructure in the United States: The Case of Toll Roads." Municipal Revenues and Land Policies. Ed. Gregory K. Ingram and Yu-Hung Hong. Lincoln Institute, 2010, 399-430.