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YearCountryCityLevelTitleAuthorStakeholdersMethodologyLink
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NAUSAlbuquerque, NMCityIn Harmony: Strengthening the Albuquerque Music EcosystemAlbuquerque Music Ecosystem StudyNo longer available (!) - 2 other documents offered instead by City: https://nextrequest.cabq.gov/requests/18-212
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1990sUSCountryNational Endowment of the Arts
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2020EU/DMAEuropeContinentThe Survey: Live Music Venues & Clubs in Europe - Facts and Figures - Jan. 2020; data 2017LIVE DMA
http://www.live-dma.eu/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Live-DMA-Survey-Report-Live-Music-Venues-data-2017-publication-January-2020-1.pdf
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2019USNew York City, NYCityNYC's Nightlife Economy: Impact, Assets, and OpportunitiesThe North Highland Company, Econsult Solutions, Inc. (ES), and Urbane Developmenthttps://www1.nyc.gov/assets/mome/pdf/NYC_Nightlife_Economic_Impact_Report_2019_digital.pdf
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2019UKManchester, UKCityGreater Manchester Music Review 2019UK Music, for the Greater Manchester Combined Authority
https://www.ukmusic.org/assets/general/Greater_Manchester_Review.pdf
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2019USHuntsville (Muscle Shoals), ALCityCity of Huntsville Music Audit and Strategy, Exec. SummarySound Diplomacy
https://static1.squarespace.com/static/593eb2a837c58172ed556cbb/t/5d5fc794d2029200016bdd05/1566558118198/SOUND+DIPLOMACY+Huntsville+Executive+Summary.pdf
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2019USCharlotte, NCCityThe Charlotte Music Ecosystem Study and Action PlanSound Music Cities
http://musiceverywhereclt.com/files/2019/04/2019_0425_SMC_Charlotte_Digital.pdf
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2019UKCardiff, UKCityInforming a Music Strategy for CardiffSound Diplomacy
https://cardiff.moderngov.co.uk/documents/s29332/Cabinet%2018%20April%202019%20Music%20Ecosystem%20study%20App%201.pdf
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2019GermBerlin, GermanyCityClub Culture BerlinClubcommission
http://www.live-dma.eu/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/club-culture-study_2019.pdf
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2018NethNetherlandsCountry2018 Dutch Live Music Venues and Festivals Facts and FiguresVNPF (Dutch live music venues and festivals association)
http://www.live-dma.eu/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/VNPF-DUTCH-MUSIC-VENUES-AND-FESTIVALS-FACTS-FIGURES-2018-English-version.pdf
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2018USDenver, COCityDenver Music StrategyArts & Venues Denver
http://www.artsandvenuesdenver.com/assets/doc/2018_DenverMusicStrategy_FullReport_3-6-19-8bdefbe36e.pdf
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2018USColoradoRegionMusic Strategy for the State of ColoradoColorado Creative Industries’
https://coloradocreativeindustries.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/ColoradoMusicIndustryStudy_final.pdf
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2018USNew York City, NYCityCreative Footprint NYCreative Footprint Musichttps://www.creative-footprint.org/new-york/
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2018CANBritish Columbia, CanadaRegionHere, The Beat: The Economic Impact of Live Music in BCNordicityhttps://canadianlivemusic.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/Here-the-Beat-The-Economic-Impact-of-Live-Music-in-BC.pdf
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2018CANVancouver, BCCityVancouver Music Ecosystem Study Sound Diplomacy
and Secret Study Projects
http://www.musicbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/714-SOUND-DIPLOMACY-A4-Vancouver-Executive-Summary_V6.pdf
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2018USPittsburgh, PACityPittsburgh Music Ecosystem Study: Activating a Community ResponseSound Music Cities
http://pghmusicproject.org/sites/default/files/2018_0711_smc_pittsburgh_digital.pdf
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2018CANOttawa, CANCity2018-2020 Ottawa Music Strategy
Spruce Creative and Face Value Communications in partnership with the City of Ottawa and Ottawa Music Industr A MUSIC STRATEGY 2018-2020 y Coalition
https://documents.ottawa.ca/sites/documents/files/music_strategy_2018_en.pdf
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2018USSan Antonio, TXCitySan Antonio Music Industry StudySan Antonio Sound Garden, Music Canada LLC, UT San Antonio's Dept. of Music Music Marketing Program; Funding from the City Council of San Antonio
https://www.sasoundgarden.org/samusicindustrystudy
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2018UKLondon, UKCityRewrite the Night: The Future of London's Night Time Economy London Assemblyhttps://www.london.gov.uk/sites/default/files/rewrite_the_night_final.pdf
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2018AUSNew South Wales, Aus.RegionThe music and arts economy in New South WalesPortfolio Committeehttps://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lcdocs/inquiries/2471/Final%20report%20website.pdf
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2017USNew York City, NYCityNYC Artist Coalition Recommendations the Dept. of Cultural Affairs Commissioner for the CreateNYC Cultural PlanNYC Artists Coalitionhttp://nycartc.com/nycdcla/
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2017USNew York City, NYCityMusic in New York City: Economic Impact, Trends, and Opportunities Boston Consulting Grouphttps://www1.nyc.gov/assets/mome/pdf/MOME_Music_Report_2017_DIGITAL.pdf
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2017GERBerlin, GermanyCityBerlin ReportCreative Footprint Musichttps://www.creative-footprint.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/CFP-Berlin-Report_web.pdf
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2017UKBrighton, UKCityBritish and Irish Modern Music Institute, Brighton
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2017UKLeeds, UKCityLeeds Beckett University
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2017UKLiverpool, UKCityLiverpool Live Music Census: Analysis of DataLIPA/University of Liverpool: Luis Vazquez de Lara Padilla, Erlie Kasikov, Mathew Flynn
https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/media/livacuk/schoolofthearts/documents/music/Liverpool,Live,Music,Census,-,Analysis,of,Data.pdf
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2017UKSouthamptonCitySouthampton Solent University
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2017UKLondon, UKCityValuing Live Music: The UK Live Music Census 2017 ReportLive Music Exchange Research Group, collab across universities of Edinburgh, Newcastle, and Turku, Finland.Emma Webster, Matt Brennan, Adam Behr, and Martin Cloonan with Jake AnsellMusicians' Union, Music Venue Trust (charity), UK Music (campaigning and Lobbying group)For 24 hours from noon on Thursday 9th March 2017, an army of volunteers
in cities across the country went out and about to live music events, from
pub gigs to massed choirs to arena concerts. Data was collected on audiences
and venues in Glasgow, Newcastle-Gateshead, Oxford, Brighton, Leeds and
Southampton (and in Liverpool on 1st June), and nationwide online surveys
for musicians, venues, promoters and audiences were online from March until
June. The UK Live Music Census covered all genres and took a broad definition
of live music to include events featuring (named) DJs.. Toolkit: http://uklivemusiccensus.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/UK-Live-Music-Census-Toolkit-how-to-guide.pdf; Interviewees: https://uklivemusiccensus.org/
http://uklivemusiccensus.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/UK-Live-Music-Census-2017-full-report.pdf
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2017UKLondon, UKCityLondon’s Venue Market: An International Benchmarking StudySound Diplomacyhttps://www.sounddiplomacy.com/london-venue-report
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2017CANEastern CanadaRegionStriking a New A-Chord: Recommendations for the Growth & Development of Canada's East Coast Music IndustryEast Coast Music Association (ECMA), Music Canada, and Music Canada Livehttps://musiccanada.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Striking-A-New-A-Chord.pdf
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2017AUSSydney, Aus.CityLive Music and Performance – Status Report 2017City of Sydneyhttps://www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0005/253886/Final-Status-Report-February-2017-Live-Music-and-Performance.pdf
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2016CANToronto, ONT, CanadaCityToronto Music City StrategyToronto Music Advisory Councilhttps://www.toronto.ca/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/961d-backgroundfile-90615.pdf
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2016CUBACubaCountryMusic Industry's Contribution Toward Inclusive and Stable Development: The Case of CubaSound DiplomacyUNIDO
https://www.unido.org/sites/default/files/files/2017-12/Cuba_Music_Industry_ENG.pdf
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2016USAustin, TXCityMusic and Creative Ecosystem Stabilization RecommendationsCity of Austin, City Music and Creative Commissionshttp://www.austintexas.gov/sites/default/files/files/EGRSO/Music_and_Creative_Ecosystem_Stabilization_Recommendations__June_2016_.pdf
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2016AUSSydney, Aus.CityThe Economic and Cultural Contributions of Live Music Venues in the City of Sydney, 20126Paul Muller and Dr. Dave Carter, University of Tasmania
https://www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0007/280996/Valuing-Live-Music-Venues-accessible.pdf
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2016AUSSydney, Aus.CityMapping Culture: Venues and Infrastructure in the City of Sydney LGAWestern Sydney University's Institute for Culture and SocietyUse of Floorspace and Employment Survey database from the City
https://www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0004/280993/Mapping-Culture-Venues-and-Infrastructure-in-the-City-of-Sydney.PDF
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2015CANOttawa, CANCityConnecting Ottawa Music
y Andrew Vincent and Ian Swain on behalf of the Ottawa Music Industries Consortium. Led by Kelp Records (Kelp Music), the Ottawa Music Industries Consortium is a small group of local music organizations committed to growing the capacity of the Ottawa-area music industries. Other members of the Consortium include The Audio Recording Academy (TARA) and L’Association Professionelle de la Chanson et de la Musique (APCM).
https://kelprecords.com/files/2015/03/ConnectingOttawaMusic_March24_2015.pdf
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2015UKEdinburgh, UKCityEdinburgh Live Music Census 2015 Pilot StudyDr. Adam Behr, Dr. Emma Webster, with Dr. Matt Brennan
http://livemusicexchange.org/wp-content/uploads/Edinburgh-Live-Music-Census-Report.pdf
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2016EU/DMAEuropeContinentLive DMA: Facts & Figures Music Venues in Europe 2016LIVE-DMA: Acces (Spain), Club Plasma (Belgium-WL), Dansk Live (Denmark), ClubCircuit (Belgium Fl), Fedelima (France), Vereniging Nederlands POP Podia en Festivals (Netherlands), Norske Konsertarrangerer (Norway)
https://vnpf.nl/media/files/live-dma-survey-presentation-pdf-july-2016.pdf
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2015EU/DMASpain, Belgium, Denmark, France, Norway and the NetherlandsContinentLIVE DMA Survey 2015: Linking Initiatives and Venues in Europe and Developing Musical Actions
https://www.konsertarrangor.no/media/2249157/2013-data-live-dma-survey-publication-2015.pdf
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2015UKSheffield, UKCityMusic: A snapshot of Sheffield's music sector Originated by Nigel Humberstone and Prof. Vanessa Toulmin. Delivered by the Sensoria team including Jo Wingate, Nigel Humberstone, Dan Wray, Nat Loftus
https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/polopoly_fs/1.513079%21/file/Sheffield-Music.pdf
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2015UKUKCountryThe Show Must Go On Report: Environmental Impact Report and Vision for the UK Festival IndustryPowerful Thinking
http://www.powerful-thinking.org.uk/site/wp-content/uploads/TheShowMustGoOnReport_LR.pdf
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2015USAustin, TXCityThe Austin Music People Biennial White Paper: 2015The Austin Music Peoplehttps://static1.squarespace.com/static/5a6b488518b27d1a710f0b04/t/5ab00a8288251b53725c66ec/1521486467423/AMP-2015-White-Paper-Clean-Final.pdf
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2015CANTorontoCityLive Music Measures UpNordicity and Music Canadahttps://musiccanada.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/Live-Music-Measures-Up.pdf
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2015USAustin, TXCityAustin Music Census: A Data-Driven Assessment of Austin's Commercial Music EconomyTitan Music Group
https://www.austintexas.gov/sites/default/files/files/Austin_Music_Census_Interactive_PDF_53115.pdf
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2011FinlandFinlandCountryFinancial Survey of the Music Industry in Finland 2011Eero Tolppanen, Tommi Tuomainen, Elements Music / Music Finland
https://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/music-finland/fi/dokumentit/MusicFinland_surveys_2b.pdf
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2014UKUKCountryAssociation of Independent Festivals: Six Year Report 2014Emma Webster, Live Music Exchange (LMX)
http://livemusicexchange.org/wp-content/uploads/AIF-2014-FINAL-FINAL-FINAL.pdf
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2013UKUkCountryWish You Where Here: Music Tourism's Contribution to the UK EconomyUK Music/Oxford Economics
https://www.ukmusic.org/assets/general/LOWRESFORHOMEPRINTING.pdf
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2014UKUKThe Cultural Value of Music from the Pub to the Stadium: Getting Beyond the NumbersAdam Behr, Matt Brennan, Martin Cloonan, University of Edinburgh, University of Glasgow, AHRC, Live Music ExchangeArts and Humanities Council (AHRC) Cultural Values Project
http://livemusicexchange.org/wp-content/uploads/The-Cultural-Value-of-Live-Music-Pub-to-Stadium-report.pdf
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2014UKUKImagine: The Value of Music Heritage in the UKUK Music
https://www.ukmusic.org/assets/general/UK_Music_-_IMAGINE.pdf
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2013UKUKThe Economic Contribution of the Core UK Music Industry - UK MusicJonathan Todd, UK Music
https://www.ukmusic.org/assets/general/The_Economic_Contribution_of_the_Core_UK_Music_Industry___WEB_Version.pdf
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2014USAustin, TXAccelerating Toronto's Music Industry Growth: Leveraging Best Practices from Austin, TXTitan Music Grouphttps://musiccanada.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/Accelerating-Torontos-Music-Industry-Growth-Leveraging-Best-Practices-from-Austin-Texas.pdf
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2014AUSAustraliaThe Economic & Cultural Value of Live Music in Australia 2014University of Tasmania, Live Music Office, Creative City Sydney, City of Melbourne, Government of South Australia
https://www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0006/253887/LiveMusic-report-FINAL.pdf
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2014AUSSydney, Aus.Live Music and Performance Action Plan
https://www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0007/232783/Live-Music-and-Performance-Action-Plan.pdf
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2013USDetroit, MIMusic Business in Detroit: Estimating the Size of the Music Industry in the Motor CityAnderson Economic Group
https://www.andersoneconomicgroup.com/Portals/0/AEG%20Report%20-%20Music%20Business%20in%20Detroit.pdf
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2013USNashville, TNNashville Music Industry: Impact, Contribution, and Cluster AnalysisDr. Garrett Harper and Chris Cottonhttps://s3.amazonaws.com/nashvillechamber.com/PDFs/Nashville-Music-Industry-Study.pdf
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2013AUSSydney, Aus.Live Music Matters: Planning for Live MusicCity of Sydney and Live Performance TaskforceNot on open web (?)
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2013UKUKA Dynamic Mapping of the UK's Creative IndustryHasan Bakhski, Alan Freeman, Peter Higgs (Nesta)
https://media.nesta.org.uk/documents/a_dynamic_mapping_of_the_creative_industries.pdf
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2012USAustin, TXCreative Sector ImpactTXP Inc. (txp.com)https://austintexas.gov/sites/default/files/files/creative_sector_impact2012.pdf
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2012USSan Francisco, CAThe Economic Impact of San Francisco’s Nightlife BusinessThe Office of Economic Analysishttp://nightlifesf.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/2953-Economic-Impact-of-San-Franciscos-Nightlife-Businesses.pdf
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2012AUSMelbourne, AustraliaVictoria Live Music CensusMusic Victoria, City of Melbourne, NMIT, RMIT, Victoria University, Box Hill Institute and JMC Academyhttp://www.musicvictoria.com.au/assets/Documents/Victorian_Live_Music_Census_2012.pdf
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2011AUSAustraliaThe Economic Contribution of the Venue-Based Live Music Industry in AustraliaErnst & YoungAustralia Performing Rights Association, Australaian Mechanical Copyright Owners Society (APRA) (AMCOS)
http://apraamcos.com.au/media/6105/nationallivemusicresearch_sept2011.pdf
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2009USDenver, COListen Local: Research on Music in DenverRyan Stubbs (Western States Arts Federation) and Dr. Bryce Merrill (Indiana University, South Bend),https://s3.amazonaws.com/marketing.westaf.org/westaf.org/ListenLocalCVIDenver-1.pdf
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2008USSeattle, WAThe Economic Impact of Music in Seattle and King CountyDepartment of Geography, University of Washingtonhttps://www.seattle.gov/Documents/Departments/FilmAndMusic/Seattle_Music_EIS_2008.pdf
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2007USSeattle, WACity of Music 2020Seattle Mayor’s Office of Film and Music; Consulting provided by Claudia Bach, AdvisArts
https://www.seattle.gov/Documents/Departments/FilmAndMusic/SeattleCityOfMusic2020Vision.pdf
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2007USChicago, ILChicago: Music CityThe Cultural Policy Center at The University of Chicagohttp://culturalpolicy.uchicago.edu/sites/culturalpolicy.uchicago.edu/files/uploads/CMCExecSumm.pdf
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2002AUSNew South Wales, Aus.Vanishing Acts: An Inquiry into the State of Live Popular Music Opportunities in New South WalesDr. Bruce Johnson (Univ of NSW), Dr. Shane Homan (Univ. of Newcastle)NSW Ministry of Arts and Australia Council
https://webarchive.nla.gov.au/awa/20030523043638/http://www.arts.nsw.gov.au/WhatsNew/vanishingactsreport.pdf
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