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  1. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    June, 2014
    Italy

    I fondi immobiliari sono uno strumento finanziario che consente al risparmiatore di trasformare investimenti immobiliari in quote di attività finanziarie, generando liquidità senza che l’investitore debba
    acquisire e dismettere un immobile. Una forte spinta a questo tipo di investimento - alternativo a quello di tipo mobiliare - è data dalla legislazione fiscale di favore che incentiva l’istituzione, la gestione e la partecipazione ai fondi immobiliari.
    Il presente articolo riepiloga le principali disposizioni di carattere tributario applicabili ai fondi del settore.

  2. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    December, 2016
    Italy

    Nei recenti dibattiti sul management museale è posta centralità al tema della sua natura proattiva e di confronto con le strategie complessive dei governi locali all’interno di processi decisionali condivisi e negoziati, pur mantenendo la mission culturale e l’autonomia negli obiettivi di performance gestionale. Partendo da tali premesse, lo studio si propone di individuare linee-guida con un impianto valutativo e di controllo di gestione robusti: indirizzi che supportino nella stesura di documenti strategici per la

  3. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    December, 2016
    Italy

    L’analisi e una migliore comprensione della distribuzione della ricchezza degli individui all’interno delle città possono rivelarsi un prezioso strumento specialmente al fine di supportare la stima del valore degli immobili. Tali analisi possono inoltre essere utilizzate per facilitare il percorso decisionale in diversi settori: dalla pubblica amministrazione al mercato immobiliare.

  4. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    December, 2014
    Italy

    The expropriation of property subject to Local Government uses constitutes a particular case whose regulation, as far as what concerns benefits and claims, must be sought in special rules very often done a long time ago or under different Court rulings. The question becomes very sensitive when the problem relies on who is the true owner of the property. The key issue is to investigate the origin of the issue in order to determine if the expropriated land belongs to the Local Government, or only the lease.

  5. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    March, 2016
    Italy

    Land take is a phenomenon of great concern nowadays because of the large number of its negative impacts regarding biological, economic and social balance. In Italy, the development of urban and other artificial land has been irreversibly transforming a non-renewable resource such as soil, regardless the almost constant population rate, with different speed depending of the region considered.

  6. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    May, 2014

    Transport policy is one of the most crucial sectors in the process of adaptation of contemporary cities to the challenge of sustainable development. For its close relation with social habits and people behaviors, in fact, innovation in transports play a strategic role both in the decreasing of the environmental impact of mobility and in the improvement of the quality of the built environment. To do so, however, cities need to reach a more effective integration between transport policy and land-use planning, as well as taking full advantage by the spreading of new technologies.

  7. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    May, 2014

    The Metropolitan Area of Belo Horizonte is consisted of 34 municipalities, however approximately 79,68% of its population is concentrated at the conurbation zone with 19 municipalities. This zone presented different expansion axis (North, South, West) throughout the time. This article intends to assess the investments made in basic sanitation infrastructure (access to water supply, sewage collection network and garbage collection service) within the period from the years 2000 to 2010. For this purpose, land cover maps for these years were created to identify the new urban expansion axis.

  8. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    May, 2014

    The paper concerns the study of the energy infrastructure that have the most impact on rural land. The analysis focuses on the systems for wind power and ground–mounted photovoltaic plants.

  9. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    August, 2013

    The authors develop a concept paper on the economic valuation of land. They detail the basic principles corroborated with the direct factors that modify the mathematical parameters and also the impact of construction on the land. Starting from the principles of Darin Drabkin, the authors develop, within the concept of a market economy, an urban land sale procedure by optimizing the control of land instruments. This study asks about the expected consequences of increasing the tax rate on the land component of real estate while reducing the rate at which the improvement is taxed.

  10. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    August, 2013

    The primary aim of this work is to connect the Real Options Theory (ROT) with the real estate investment framework. A great deal of theoretical work exist today; it begun with Merton (1973) and Black & Sholes (1973) and provided new insights into capital budgeting decision-making and new models, used today by corporate managers and practitioners too. Unfortunately, the ROT is not widely used by appraisers respect to the traditional DCF model, even though the developers behaviour gives evidence to the model.

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