• Land Value Capture: Principle and Practice in Canada and Around the World
  • IMFG@10: The Past, Present, and Future of City Finance and Governance
  • Did the Land Transfer Tax Affect Housing Sales in the Greater Toronto Area?
  • Institutional Design and the Geography of Rural-Urban Water Conflict in Mumbai
  • Institutional Design and the Geography of Rural-Urban Water Conflict in Mumbai
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IMFG report referenced in Globe and Mail article on new Toronto budget
January 20th, 2015

IMFG’s Perspectives 7 report, “Is Toronto Fiscally Healthy?” was referenced in an article in The Globe and Mail  on Toronto’s new budget called “Toronto’s property-tax hike may be slight, but not the user fees.”

IMFG mentioned in Toronto Star article on Section 37
January 16th, 2015

IMFG was mentioned in a Toronto Star article on Section 37 called “Section 37 — What it is, and why everybody’s fighting about it.”

Murtaza Haider quoted in article in Metro News Toronto
December 22nd, 2014

IMFG Visiting Scholar Murtaza Haider was quoted in an article in Metro News Toronto called “Why the deaths of children in Peshawar matter in Canada.”

Enid Slack gives presentation to 5th Halle Forum on Urban Economic Growth
December 11th, 2014

IMFG Director Enid Slack gave a presentation to the 5th Halle Forum on Urban Economic Growth in Germany, called “Governance and Finance of Large Metropolitan Areas: Which Institutional Setting is Needed to Secure Metropolitan Economic Growth?”