Series Editors: George R. Goethals, Terry L. Price, and J. Thomas Wren
Jepson Studies in Leadership is dedicated to the interdisciplinary pursuit of important questions related to leadership. In its approach, the series reflects the broad-based commitment to the liberal arts of the University of Richmond’s Jepson School of Leadership Studies. The series thus aims to publish the best work on leadership not only from management and organizational studies but also from such fields as economics, English, history, philosophy, political science, psychology, and religion. In addition to monographs and edited collections on leadership, included in the series are volumes from the Jepson Colloquium, which bring together influential scholars from multiple disciplines to think collectively about distinctive leadership themes in politics, science, civil society, and corporate life. The books in the series should be of interest to humanists and social scientists, as well as to organizational theorists and instructors teaching in business, leadership, and professional programs.
George R. Goethals is Professor of Leadership Studies and holder of the E. Claiborne Robins Distinguished Professorship in Leadership Studies at the Jepson School of Leadership Studies at the University of Richmond.
Terry L. Price is Associate Professor at the Jepson School of Leadership Studies at the University of Richmond. He has degrees in philosophy, politics, and psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the University of Oxford, and he has completed his doctorate in philosophy at the University of Arizona. His work has been published in outlets such as the Encyclopedia of Leadership, Journal of Political Philosophy, and Leadership Quarterly. He is author of Understanding Ethical Failures in Leadership on Cambridge University Press and co-editor of the three-volume reference set The International Library of Leadership.
J. Thomas Wren is Professor of Leadership Studies and Interim Dean of the Jepson School of Leadership Studies at the University of Richmond. He has an undergraduate degree in economics and social studies from Denison University, a law degree from the University of Virginia, a master’s in public policy from George Washington University, and a master’s and doctorate in history from the College of William and Mary. In addition to a number of articles and book chapters, he has edited The Leader’s Companion: Insights on Leadership through the Ages and written an accompanying Instructor’s Manual. He is co-editor of the three-volume reference, The International Library of Leadership.