2006

The European Mayor

Political Leaders in the Changing Context of Local Democracy

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ISBN: 978-3-531-14574-7 (Print) 978-3-531-90005-6 (Online)

Table of contents (16 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages 1-6

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    Pages 7-20

    Introduction

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    Pages 21-42

    Typologies of Local Government Systems

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    Pages 43-73

    ‘From the Few are Chosen the Few...’ On the Social Background of European Mayors

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    Pages 75-98

    The Mayor’s Political Career

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    Pages 99-121

    Gendered Roads to Mayorship in Different Welfare States

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    Pages 123-150

    Does Recruitment Matter? Selecting Path and Role Definition

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    Pages 151-175

    Mayors, Citizens and Local Democracy

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    Pages 177-199

    Aspects of Leadership Styles: An Interaction of Context and Personalities

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    Pages 201-219

    Urban Systems as Growth Machines? Mayors’ Governing Networks against Global Indeterminacy

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    Pages 221-244

    Mayors in Vertical Power Relations

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    Pages 245-270

    Divided Loyalties? Mayors between Party Representation and Local Community Interests

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    Pages 271-285

    Duo or Duel? The Relations between Mayors and Councils in Democratic Local Government

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    Pages 287-309

    Mayors and Local Administrators: A Puzzling Relationship

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    Pages 311-333

    Political Complexity or Managerial Simplicity? Mayoral Norms of Organisational Leadership

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    Pages 335-352

    European Mayors and Administrative Reforms

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    Pages 353-376

    Strong Mayors? On Direct Election and Political Entrepreneurship

  18. Back Matter

    Pages 377-392