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How can cities boost their night-time economies?

Adelaide has been recognised by UNESCO as a "music city"

By John McTernan  

Amsterdam has a Night Mayor. How else can cities rejuvenate their night-time economies? ©Massimo Catarinella

Amsterdam has a Night Mayor. I’m not sure that the pun works the same way in Dutch, but perhaps that’s appropriate—the independent appointment is a serious one that reflects how important the night-time economy now is to a major city. The city already has a Mayor whose focus is the day-to-day—but added one for whom night-life is a serious business.…

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