European Public Leadership in Crisis? Vol: 3


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Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781783509010
Published:
27 Oct 2014
Publisher:
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
250 pages - 152 x 229 x 17mm
Series:
Critical Perspectives on International Public Sector Management
Despite different legal and constitutional arrangements, in many states across Europe, public leaders are forging new collaborative relationships with non-state and civic actors to seek innovative ways of providing public services. Leadership varies between situations and contexts, but is still seen as central to good governance and includes individuals who will promote institutional adaptations in the public interest. There are almost as many definitions of leadership as there are writers on the subject, as it is a complex social phenomenon, lacking clear boundaries. This volume questions 'what are the changing dynamics of public leadership across different European settings?' Anglo-American models of leadership have dominated and influenced current thinking. Chapters in this volume highlight emergent thinking and discussions on the strengths and weaknesses of current understandings and knowledge. Authors investigate the tensions between Anglo-American and economic focused models of leadership and emergent policy and management paradigms that may challenge received wisdom.
Conclusion. Pushing it! Austerity Urbanism and Dispersed Leadership through ‘Fleet-of-Foot’ Mechanisms in Times of Crisis. Copyright page. Editorial Advisory Board. Acknowledgements. European Public Leadership in Crisis?. Introduction. List of Contributors. Critical Perspectives on International Public Sector Management. European Public Leadership in Crisis?. How Public Leadership is Addressing the Need to Bring about Change in Liverpool City. Liverchester/Manpool? The Curious Case of the Lack of Intra-Urban Leadership in the Twin Cities of the North-West. Leadership in the European Union: Europeanization Crisis and Austerity. Italian City Managers: Caged Leaders?. Do English Local Authorities Still have the Means of their Performance? A French View on a Local Public Action in Crisis. Leadership in Not-for-Profits and Social Enterprise: Values and Comparative Considerations. Michael Gove, Charismatic Leadership and the Radical Reorganisation of English School Sport.

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