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Deadline for the next newsletter: May 20, 2021
PUPOL news and events
- PUPOL panel at IRSPM Conference 2021
The panel organized by PUPOL at IRSPM Conference on 20 – 23 Apr 2021 proved to be a great success. Our six sessions created a perfect forum for students of public and political leadership to discuss their research developments. In addition, the eighteen high-quality lectures and conference papers covered a wide variety of issues such as populist politics, civic leadership, and the determinants of leadership in the public sector. Many thanks to the IRSPM team for excellently organizing the event and to the participants for sharing their valuable thoughts!
Some exiting readings for this month:
- Pike K and Diamond P (2021) Myth and meaning: ‘Corbynism’ and the interpretation of political leadership. The British Journal of Politics and International Relations. (online first)
- Bennister M (2021) Navigating three faces of decentred leadership in the UK Parliament. International Journal of Public Leadership, (online first)
- Edwards III GC (2021) Changing Their Minds?: Donald Trump and Presidential Leadership. University of Chicago Press.
- Watkins DV and Clevenger AD (2021) US Political Leadership and Crisis Communication During COVID-19. Cogent Social Sciences
- Demircioglu MA and Wal ZV der (2021) Leadership and innovation: what’s the story? The relationship between leadership support level and innovation target. Public Management Review (online first)
- Marques TMG (2021) Research on Public Service Motivation and Leadership: A Bibliometric Study. International Journal of Public Administration 44(7). Routledge: 591–606.
International Journal of Public Leadership: Volume 17 Issue 2
- Dula L, Holmes MH, Jacobson WS, et al. (2021) What she said, what he said: local elected officials’ views of effective leadership behaviors. International Journal of Public Leadership 17(2): 133–144.
- Håvold OKS, Håvold JI and Glavee-Geo R (2021) Trust in leaders, work satisfaction and work engagement in public hospitals. International Journal of Public Leadership 17(2): 145–159.
- Didi L (2021) Ecological conservation through COREMAP program governance perspectives in empowering coastal communities in Bahari village. International Journal of Public Leadership 17(2): 160–177.
- Baimyrzaeva M and Meyer CT (2021) Megatrends and the future of work for public sector leaders and educators. International Journal of Public Leadership 17(2): 178–195.
- Rullo L (2021) The COVID-19 pandemic crisis and the personalization of the government in Italy. International Journal of Public Leadership 17(2): 196–207.
Special Issue of Voluntary Sector Review: Place leadership and the role of the third sector and civil society. Guest Edited by Oto Potluka, Alessandro Sancino, John Diamond and James Rees.
- Potluka O, Sancino A, Diamond J, et al. (2021) Place leadership and the role of the third sector and civil society. Voluntary Sector Review 12(1): 3–12.
- Potluka O and Fanta P (2021) Rural non-profit leaders and their (in)formal role in local development. Voluntary Sector Review 12(1): 13–39.
- Pagani M, Sancino A and Budd L (2021) Essential, complex and multi-form: the local leadership of civil society from an Anglo-Italian perspective. Voluntary Sector Review 12(1): 41–58.
- Dang L and Seemann A-K (2021) The role of collaborative housing initiatives in public value co-creation ‐ a case study of Freiburg, Germany. Voluntary Sector Review 12(1): 59–80.
- Lough BJ (2021) Voluntary ‘organic’ leadership for community resilience. Voluntary Sector Review 12(1): 81–98