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Tokyo's Olympic legacy: Will hosting the Games have benefitted local communities?

By Mike Duignan, Head of Department, Reader in Events, and Director of the Observatory for Human Rights and Major Events, University of Surrey
Judith Mair, Associate Professor, The University of Queensland
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Urban regeneration and tourism development are habitually touted as central reasons for a city to host the Olympics. Research shows that local people, however, often fail to benefit

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