|Present||Ben F. Johnson Jr. Chair in Law and Director, Georgia State University College of Law ‐ Center for the Comparative Study of Metropolitan Growth|
|J.D., with honors, Duke University School of Law|
|A.B., summa cum laude, Duke University|
|Certificat des Etudes Politiques, University of Bordeaux|
Developer Funding of Affordable and Work Force Housing Through Impact Fees and Land Value Recapture: A Comparison of American and Spanish Approaches Revista de Derecho Urbanístico y Medio Ambiente (2015)
This article explores the differences, similarities, comparative advantages and disadvantages between developer funding requirements for Affordable and Work Force Housing in the United States and Spain. Emphasis is placed on impact fees as a revenue ...
Financiación por Promotores de Vivendas Asequibles para la Clase Trabajadora Mediante Impuestos y Recuperación de Plusvalías: Una Comparación de los Enfoques Estadounidense y Español Revista de Derecho Urbanístico y Medio Ambiente (2015)
Este artículo explora las diferencias, similitudes, ventajas y desventajas comparativas entre los deberes de financiación de los promotores urbanos de viviendas asequibles y para la clase trabajadora en los Estados Unidos y España. Se hace ...
Can Development Impact Fees Help Mitigate Urban Sprawl Journal of American Planning Assocation (2014)
Local governments often react to sprawl by adopting urban containment policies to limit fringe growth and encourage core development. An alternative is to design impact fee programs accounting for the higher costs of providing services ...
Can Development Impact Fees Help Mitigate Urban Sprawl? Journal of the American Planning Association (2013)
Problem, research strategy, and findings: Local governments often react to sprawl by adopting urban containment policies to limit fringe growth and encourage core development. An alternative is to design impact fee programs accounting for the ...
Loving Growth Management in the Time of Recession Urban Lawyer (2010)
The current deep and long lasting recession has challenged the value of local government growth management programs – especially those which rely heavily on developer funded infrastructure finance programs such as impact fees. An examination ...
Rainwater Recapture: Development Regulations Promoting Water Conservation John Marshall Law Review (2010)
The increasing need for water conservation in the eastern as well as western parts of the United States is focusing attention on rainwater recapture. The technology available is effective and relatively inexpensive. Using land development ...
Infrastructure and the Law: Florida's Past, Present and Future Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law (2008)
Infrastructure availability as a precondition for obtaining development approval is a major characteristic of growth management programs. The State of Florida has been a pioneer in the evolution of legal principles for imposing developer funding ...
Market Based Approaches to Environmental Preservation: To Environmental Mitigation Fees and Beyond Natural Resources Journal (2003)
Impact fees are widely accepted and utilized across the United States as a technique to generate revenue for capital infrastructure improvements necessitated by new development. This article looks at the origination of impact fees, their ...