Communities need analytical tools and technical support to assess and balance multiple priorities when making land use and development decisions. For many communities, priorities to be considered regarding land use decisions include resource conservation and climate adaptation, economic development, investing in new versus existing communities, and maintaining fiscal responsibility. This article examines the historical use of fiscal impact analysis and some thoughts on where the field should go in the future.
Bise, L. Carson and McAweeney, Colin
"The Evolution of Fiscal Impact Analysis and Where it Needs to Go,"
Journal of Comparative Urban Law and Policy: Vol. 5
, Article 33, 425-445.
Available at: https://readingroom.law.gsu.edu/jculp/vol5/iss1/33