Cristina D'Alessandro and Frannie Léautier examine the interplay among leaders and a few of the areas and areas during which they paintings and dwell. Rooting their paintings in a severe figuring out of the worldwide modern international, they mix human geography and management theories in the course of the ebook. relating the trajectories of world leaders, towns and areas of management is a special and exceptional success that are supposed to be learn through geographers, leaders, and lecturers involved by way of modern social, political and monetary dynamics.
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