The Leadership Capital Index
A New Perspective on Political Leadership
Edited by Mark Bennister, Ben Worthy, and Paul 't Hart
Mark Bennister, Reader in Politics, Canterbury Christ Church University,Ben Worthy, Lecturer in Politics, Birkbeck College, University of London,Paul 't Hart, Professor of Public Administration, Utrecht University and the Netherlands School of Public Administration
Dr Mark Bennister is a Reader in Politics at Canterbury Christ Church University. He has published articles and chapters in various journals and edited books on political leadership, prime ministerial power, political oratory and British and Australian politics. He was Principal Investigator (2015-16) on a Nuffield Foundation funded project investigating 'Prime Ministerial Accountability to Parliament'. He is co-convenor of the PSA Political Leadership Specialist Group and co-convenor of the ECPR Standing Group on Elites and Political Leadership.
Ben Worthy is a Lecturer in Politics at Birkbeck College, University of London. His specialisms include political leadership and government transparency. He has written on contemporary political leadership, has co-developed the Leadership Capital Index and is co-creator of the Measuring Leadership blog. He is also co-convenor of the PSA political leadership group.
Paul 't Hart is Professor of Public Administration at Utrecht University and the Netherlands School of Public Administration. He is also a core faculty member of the Australia New Zealand School of Government. He has published widely on public leadership, crisis management, public policy and political psychology. He is currently leading a ERC-funded study into successful public governance.
Mark Bennister, Canterbury Christ Church University.
Jean Blondel, European University Institute.
Fredrik Bynander, Crismart, Sweden.
César Colino, the National Distance Education University (UNED).
Pär Daléus, Crismart, Sweden.
Femke van Esch, Utrecht University.
Selena Grimald, the University of Padova.
András Hajdú, the University of Debrecen.
Paul 't Hart, Utrecht University and Athe Netherlands School of Public Administration.
Ludger Helms, the University of Innsbruck.
Erik Jentges, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich.
Jon Johansson, the Victoria University of Wellington.
András Körösényi, the Corvinus University of Budapest.
Jonathan Malloy, Carleton University.
José Olmeda, the National Distance Education University (UNED).
Péter Ondré, Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
Charles Parker, Uppsala University.
Marij Swinkels, Utrecht University.
Sabine van Zuydam, Tilburg University.
James Walter, Monash University.
Ben Worthy, Birkbeck College, University of London.