Poor Leadership and Bad Governance
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Poor Leadership and Bad Governance

Reassessing Presidents and Prime Ministers in North America, Europe and Japan

Edited by Ludger Helms

Focusing on the presidents and prime ministers of the G8 – the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Russia and Japan – it explores the complex relationship between weak and ineffective leadership, undemocratic leadership techniques, and bad policies from a broad comparative perspective. What makes leaders weak or bad in different contexts? What are the consequences of their actions and behaviour? And has there been any learning from negative experience? These questions are at the centre of this fascinating joint inquiry that involves a team of truly distinguished leadership scholars.
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Chapter 10: Conclusion

Ludger Helms

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10. Conclusion1 Ludger Helms This conclusion has to start with addressing two potential misunderstandings in relation to poor leadership and bad governance: first, the focus of this volume on the G-8 countries is not meant to imply that these coun...

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