Community Land Bank Bibliography

Community Land Bank Bibliography

Non academic papers:

Angel, S., Archer, R.W., Tanphinphat, S. and Weglin, E.A. (eds) 1983, ‘IX There are even alternatives to private or public land ownership’ (29-30) in “Introduction and Summary” (2-31) of Land for Housing the Poor, Select Books, Singapore, reproduced as the abstract of Turnbull 2008 at http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=649642.

Bell, H.R. 2010, ‘Community Development and CLBs in remote Australia’, August.

Doebele, W.A. 1987, ‘Directions of solutions’ in “The Evolution of Concepts of Urban Land Tenure in Developing Countries” pp. 18-20, Habitat International, 11:1(7-22), at www.china-up.com/international/case/case/1293.pdf

Johnson, Thomas, 1987, ‘Land Banks Open Possibilities’, Town & Country Planning Association Journal, 24, January, London.

Lewis, M. 2012 ‘A solution looking for a home’, in i4, posted at: http://communityrenewal.ca/co-op-landbanks

Lewis, M. and Conaty, P. 2012, “A Solution in Search of a Home”,  “Establishing a Cooperative Land Bank” in Chapter 11, The Resilience Imperative: Co-operative transitions to a steady state economy, New Society Publishers: Vancouver.

Macfarlane, Helen, 1977, ‘How to buy your own neighbourhood and improve it: A book on the Co-operative Landbank as a self-financing land tenure system’, unpublished manuscript on file with Shann Turnbull.

Munro-Clark, Margaret, (ed) 1982, Alternative Modes of Land Tenure: A Comparison of two Models, Ian Buchanan Fell Housing Research Unit, School of Architecture, University of Sydney.

Solowoway, Scott and Johnson, Thomas, 1986, The Use of Co-operative Land Banks & Other Alternative Forms of Public Finance to Promote Community Economic Development.  Unpublished thesis for a Masters Degree at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for Professor James Carras, US.

Swann, Robert, 1997, ‘The Cooperative Land Bank Concept’, Chapter 10, 47−51, in Building Sustainable Communities: Tools and Concepts for Self-Reliant Economic Change, Ward Morehouse (ed), Revised Edition, Bootstrap Press, New York, http://ssrn.com/abstract=1128862.

Turnbull, C. S. Shann, 1973, ‘New Modes of Land Tenure’, Australian Government Commission of Inquiry into Land Tenures, transcript of proceedings, 598−617; 602−22, July 23, Sydney.

Turnbull, C. S. Shann, 1975, ‘Land Bank (town-owing co-operative) ‘ Democratising The Wealth of Nations, Chapter 12, 65−7, Company Directors Association of Australia, Sydney,. <http://cog.kent.edu/lib/TurnbullBook/TurnbullBook.htm>.

Turnbull, Shann, 1976, Land Leases without Landlords, presented at the United Nations Habitat Forum, June 8th, Vancouver. < http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=630861 >.

Turnbull, Shann, 1977, ‘Self- financing Land Sites’, The Australian Financial Review, Letters, May 3, Sydney.

Turnbull, Shann, 1977, ‘Cutting the Price of New Housing’, Opinion, The Australian, May 9, Sydney.

Turnbull, Shann, 1977, ‘A Peaceful Path to Real Reform: Self-financing Suburbs’, Royal Australian Planning Institute Journal, 15:3, 81–4, August, Sydney.

Turnbull, Shann, 1977, ‘Landbank: A Way Out of the Land Price Spiral’, Real Estate Journal, Real Estate Institute of New South Wales, 27:8, 10, August, Sydney.

Turnbull, Shann, 1979, ‘Beyond Federalism: Self-financing Local Government’, Royal Australian Planning Institute (RAPIJ), 17:1, 85−7, February, Proceedings of the 15th Biennial Congress, Sydney, September 1977 of the International Institute of Planners, Sydney.

Turnbull, Shann, 1979, ‘Back-to-front Thinking on Land Costs’, RYDGE’S Business Journal, Sydney, 52:1, 22, February, Sydney.

Turnbull, Shann, 1983, ‘Co-operative Land Banks for Low Income Housing’, contribution to: Land for Housing the Poor, Angel, Archer, Tanphiphat, Weggelin, eds. Select Book, pp. 512–26, Singapore, available at: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=649642.

Turnbull, Shann, 1984, ‘Multiple Occupancy Development – Feasibility Study’, Land Commission of New South Wales, June.

Turnbull, Shann, 1985, ‘Pilot Multiple Occupancy at Wadeville’, Acquistion Feasibility Report for the Land Commission of N.S.W., July, Sydney.

Turnbull, Shann,  1986, ‘Community Land Bank: the Way Forward’, Town & Country Planning Journal, Town & Country Planning Association, 55:9, 236−8.  Editorial comment, ‘New Ideas from Down-under’, 236, September, London.

Turnbull, Shann, 1986, ‘Co-operative Land Banks’, contribution to The Living Economy: a New Economics in the Making, Paul Ekins, ed., Routledge & Kegan Paul, London, (Reprint of Turnbull 1983), http://papers.ssrn.com/abstract_id=649642.

Turnbull, Shann, 1991, Property Rights and Markets, New Economics Foundation, Economic Alternatives for Eastern Europe, Briefing No. 6, London.

Turnbull, Shann, 1992, ‘The Invisible Structure of Ecological Cities’, presented to the Second International Eco-Cities Conference, Hilton Hotel, April 18th, Adelaide, Australia, http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=741945.

Turnbull, Shann, 1993, ‘Why Ecological Ownership Makes Sense’, World Citizen News, 7:8, 18, September, Washington, D.C. Republished 1994, ‘A New Economics for a New World Democracy’, 27−8, NWO Publications, Burlington, Vermont.

Turnbull, Shann, 1993, ‘Land is not for Owning’, World Citizen News, 7:7, 17, October, Washington, D.C. Republished 1994, ‘A New Economics for a New World Democracy’, 29−30, NWO Publications, Burlington, Vermont

Turnbull, Shann, 1994, ‘Land-rent Tax’, New Economics, New Economics Foundation, Winter, No. 32, p. 15, London.

Turnbull, Shann and Swann, Robert, and others 1997, ‘Comparison of Community Land Trusts and Cooperative Land Banks’, Chapter 11, 52−67, in Building Sustainable Communities: Tools and Concepts for Self-Reliant Economic Change, Ward Morehouse, ed., Revised Edition, Bootstrap Press, New York, http://ssrn.com/abstract=1128862.

Turnbull, Shann, 2006, ‘Sustainable low-cost housing’, Monthly Bulletin, Economic Society of Australia, NSW Division, February.

Turnbull, Shann, 2006, ‘Halving the cost of housing: From public expenditure on infrastructure’, August 25, http://www.henrythornton.com/article.asp?article_id=4254

Turnbull, Shann, 2007 ‘Halving the cost of housing: From public expenditure on infrastructure’ Australian Fabian News, 47:1, January – March, 12−3, Melbourne.

Turnbull, Shann, 2007 ‘A framework for designing sustainable urban communities’, Kybernetes: The international journal of systems, cybernetics and management science, Special Issue on “Cybernetics and Design”, Guest Editor, Ranulph Granville, 1543–57, October. Emerald Group, Working Paper, available at http://papers.ssrn.com/abstract_id=960193

Turnbull, Shann, 2007 ‘Affordable Housing Policy: Not identifiable with orthodox economic analysis’, in Heterodox Economic Perspectives on Contemporary Issues: Proceeding Refereed Papers, Sixth Australian Society of Heterodox Economists Conference, 10-11 December, 2007, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, ed. Lynne Chester and Michael Johnson, 373–86.  Unabridged version posted at http://papers.ssrn.com/abstract_id=1027864.

Turnbull, Shann, 2008 ‘Financing urban communities with sustainable energy dollars’, in Urban Energy Transition, Peter Droege, (ed.), 121–40, Elsevier Science Publishers, Oxford, based on Working Paper, http://papers.ssrn.com/abstract_id=980027.

Turnbull, 2015, Written evidence to the UK House of Lords Select Committee Inquiry into the Built Environment of October 6th proposing facilitating legislation for community led referendums to form Cooperative Land Banks (CLBs).  http://data.parliament.uk/writtenevidence/committeeevidence.svc/evidencedocument/built-environment-committee/built-environment/written/22376.html

Turnbull, 2015, Submission to the Australian House of Representatives Standing Committee on Economics: ‘Inquiry into Home Ownership’, Monday October 12, “Opportunities for Reform” to introduce affordable Housing”. http://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Committees/House/Economics/Home_Ownership/Submissions Submission numbered 65, with two attachments.

Ross, P. and Wrigley, E. 2015, Written evidence to the UK House of Lords Select Committee Inquiry into the Built Environment of October6th. Page 1363ff. http://www.parliament.uk/documents/lords-committees/built-environment/Combined-evidence-volume.pdf

Turnbull, S. 2016, Might citizen referendums provide a basis to provide affordable housing’, contribution to panel discussion on ‘Homes and land, how to establish self-financing garden cities’, organised by the New Garden Cities Alliance as part of the London Festival of Architecture held at the Ace of Clubs, London, http://architecturediary.org/london/events/6247

Academic papers:

Turnbull, S. 2007, ‘Affordable Housing Policy: Not identifiable with orthodox economic analysis’, presented to the 6th Annual Conference of Heterodox Economics, University of NSW December 11th, Unabridged version posted at http://papers.ssrn.com/abstract_id=1027864.

Turnbull, Shann, 2008, ‘Limitations in orthodox economic analysis of urban realty’ presented to the 10th Anniversary Conference of the Association for Heterodox Economics, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, 4, July, http://papers.ssrn.com/abstract_id=1113603.

Turnbull, Shann, 2008, ‘Affordable housing policy: Not identifiable with orthodox economic analysis’, presented to American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association conference, Istanbul, Turkey, July 6th, http://papers.ssrn.com/abstract_id=1027864.

Turnbull, Shann, 2008, ‘Affordable Housing Policy: Not identifiable with orthodox economic analysis’, presented to the 20th Annual conference of The Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics, University of Costa Rica, San Jose, Costa Rica, July 21-23, http://papers.ssrn.com/abstract_id=1027864.

Turnbull, Shann, 2009, ‘Building Sustainable Communities on Ecological Principles’, presented to Building Community Centred Economies: IACD/CD Qld International Conference, 17-20 June, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre ,Thursday, June 19, http://ssrn.com/abstract=1402063.

Turnbull, Shann, 2010, Building Sustainable Communities on Ecological Principles presented to the 22nd Annual meeting of the Society for the Advancement of Socio Economics, in Network A: Communitarian Ideals and Civil Society, 27 June, Temple University, Philadelphia.

Turnbull, Shann, 2010, Building Sustainable Communities on Ecological Principles presented to 7-10 July conference of the Association for Heterodox Economics in the theme: Transitions towards an ecological economy, Université Montesquieu – Bordeaux IV, July 10.

Turnbull, Shann, 2010, ‘Self-financing Urban Development’ presented to 21st Annual Conference of the Chinese Economics Association (UK) and second Annual Conference CEA Europe, 12-13 July, Oxford University Chinese Centre, Oxford, July 13, http://ssrn.com/abstract=1113603.

Potts, N.  2016, ‘”Surplus Profits” and land ownership: A Marxist perspective’, Critique: Journal of Socialist Theory’ vol. 44, issue 3, pps, 233-252 | Published online: 28 July, http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/03017605.2016.1199630

Turnbull, S. 2016, ‘Might citizen referendums provide affordable housing in a new economy?’, presentation to the 19th Annual conference of the Association of Heterodox Economists, University of Glasgow, July 8th, <http://ssrn.com/abstract=2794524>.

Turnbull, S. 2016, ’How might the funding of infrastructure from land taxes affect housing affordability?’ Economic Papers: A journal of applied economics and policy, Published online July 20, 2016, pp. 1-4, vol. 44, No. 3, DOI: 10.1111/1759-3441.12142 available from: <http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1759-3441.12142/full>,with a description of why this article is important at: <https://t.co/D06PzXvVCy>.

Turnbull, S. 2017, ’Democratising the wealth of cities: Self-financing urban development’, Environment and Urbanisation, 29(1): 237-250, April, DOI: 10.1177/0956247816685985. Published online March 24, abstract and link at: <http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/0956247816685985>.

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