Building back better? Post-pandemic opportunities for new practices in the live music industry

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Woolmer, C. and Milburn, K. (2021). Building back better? Post-pandemic opportunities for new practices in the live music industry. London South Bank University.
AuthorsWoolmer, C. and Milburn, K.
Keywordslive music, pandemic, Covid, gender, work practices
Year2021
PublisherLondon South Bank University
Web address (URL)https://www.lsbu.ac.uk/lsbu-research-blogs/blogs/lss/2021/building-back-better-post-pandemic-opportunities-for-new-practices-in-the-live-music-industry
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Accepted26 Nov 2021
Deposited10 Aug 2022
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