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The Power Of National Political Leaders In Stimulating Economic Growth

Oana Simona Hudea ()
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Oana Simona Hudea: The University of Bucharest, Faculty of Business and Administration, Romania

Manager Journal, 2016, vol. 23, issue 1, pages 46-54

Abstract: The present paper analyses the impact of national political leaders on the economic growth of a country, trying to reveal the favourable contexts and the available mechanisms at their hand, allowing them to exert such positive influence, as well as the constrains impeding the same to succeed in their attempt to outperform. Considering the examples of great personalities in the entire world, having imposed themselves as true leaders, who have constructively changed the history of their nations, we undertake to detect how much their decisions and actions were actually supported by the circumstances of the time, therefore identifying the extent of the real merits of the former. Leaders, by their conceptual meaning, represent individuals able to inspire trust to fellows and to move them to action, so that their behaviour is, without any doubt, significantly important in setting the patterns for the well-being of the people coordinated by the same, but without stimulating grounds, the synergic effect of their endeavours may remain ineffective.

Keywords: national leaders; political leadership; economic growth; decision-makers; synergic effect (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2016
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