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Interactive Political LeadershipThe Role of Politicians in the Age of Governance$
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Eva Sørensen

Print publication date: 2020

Print ISBN-13: 9780198777953

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: February 2020

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780198777953.001.0001

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Multi-Level Political Leadership: Dynamics and Conditions

Multi-Level Political Leadership: Dynamics and Conditions

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(p.94) 8 Multi-Level Political Leadership: Dynamics and Conditions
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Interactive Political Leadership
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Eva Sørensen

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/oso/9780198777953.003.0008

In the age of governance, political leadership is a multi-level activity. Multi-level governance research shows that policy-making at national, transnational, and subnational levels of governance is increasingly tangled, interconnected, and overlapping. Political leadership research has mainly focused on how politicians perform political leadership at a single level of governance, however. Chapter 8 develops a concept of multi-level political leadership, which aims to capture how political leadership involves efforts to affect decisions made by politicians appointed at other levels of governance. The conditions and opportunities for performing multi-level political leadership vary between politicians authorized at transnational, national, and subnational levels of governance. Community sentiments are not equally strong among all citizens; politicians at different levels do not have the same type and amount of NATO resources; public attention varies; and the impact and influence that national, transnational and sub-national politicians are expected to have differ. In light of these differences, expectations are that transnational and subnational politicians are more likely to embrace a multi-level leadership approach than national politicians will.

Keywords:   multi-level political leadership, multi-level governance, community sentiments, NATO resources, public attention, expected impact, transnational politicians, subnational politicians

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