Comparing elected mayors

@article{Elcock2007ComparingEM,
  title={Comparing elected mayors},
  author={H. Elcock and J. Fenwick},
  journal={International Journal of Public Sector Management},
  year={2007},
  volume={20},
  pages={226-238}
}
Purpose – The paper aims to compare the office of directly elected mayor in England, Germany and the USA. Proposing and applying a conceptual model of government, governance and allegiance, it assesses the leadership role of the elected mayor in the three countries.Design/methodology/approach – Qualitative interviews were conducted with a sample of mayors in each country over a period of 11 years. These formed part of the authors' continuing research into local leadership and political… Expand
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