Beckett effect

Beckett effect
Beckett effect MGT, POL Beckett-Effekt m (i.e. Fed, Bundesbank: leaders’ strong identification with the goals of their institution, prägender Einfluss einer identitätsstarken Institution auf ihre führenden Mitglieder; Thomas Beckett, 1118-1170, ehemaliger ergebener Kanzler Heinrichs II., kämpfte als Erzbischof von Canterbury gegen die Machtansprüche des Königs gegenüber der Kirche)

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