Table of contents for Presidents, prime ministers, and chancellors : executive leadership in western democracies / Ludger Helms.


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PART I: INTRODUCTION * Studying Executive Leadership * PART II: PATTERNS OF CORE EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP * The United States: Variations of Presidential Predominance * Britain: Prime Ministers, Cabinets, and the Struggle for Supremacy * Germany: Chancellor Dominance and Coalition Rule * PART III: EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP IN THE WIDER POLITICAL PROCESS * The United States: Providing Leadership in an 'Anti-Leadership Environment' * Britain: Executive Leadership from the Top * Germany: Governing a 'Semi-sovereign' State * PART IV: CONCLUSION * Making Sense of Complexity: Comparative Perspectives and Conclusions * References
PART I: INTRODUCTION * Studying Executive Leadership * PART II: PATTERNS OF CORE EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP * The United States: Variations of Presidential Predominance * Britain: Prime Ministers, Cabinets, and the Struggle for Supremacy * Germany: Chancellor Dominance and Coalition Rule * PART III: EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP IN THE WIDER POLITICAL PROCESS * The United States: Providing Leadership in an 'Anti-Leadership Environment' * Britain: Executive Leadership from the Top * Germany: Governing a 'Semi-sovereign' State * PART IV: CONCLUSION * Making Sense of Complexity: Comparative Perspectives and Conclusions * References



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Executive power -- Cross-cultural studies.
Political leadership -- Cross-cultural studies.
Heads of state -- Cross-cultural studies.
Democracy -- Cross-cultural studies.