Guide to legal systems worldwide and major law sources. Current sources of codes and basic legislation in jurisdictions from around the world. Foreign Law Guide access is limited to the Stanford Law School community
Statistics on all aspects of international and domestic government finance. Includes exchange rates, international liquidity, money and banking, interest rates, production prices, international transactions, and government and national accounts.
The U.S. Census Bureau conducts demographic, economic, and geographic studies of other countries and strengthens statistical development around the world through technical assistance, training, and software products. For over 60 years, the Census Bureau has performed international analytical work and assisted in the collection, processing, analysis, dissemination, and use of statistics with counterpart governments in over 100 countries.
Its purpose is to cover all significant global and regional intergovernmental organizations and bodies. Each monograph follows the outline below.
1. Genesis and historical development.
2. Constitutional Treat(y/ies) / Document(s) (incl.
interpretation interpretation & amendment).
3. Institutional Framework.
a. Objectives and competences
b. Legal status (incl. legal personality & privileges and
d. Organs (composition, competences, …)
e. Decisions (decision-making, legal nature, publication,
f. Dispute settlement.
4. Activities (incl. publications).
5. External relations (incl. treaty-making powers and
relations with other organizations).
Market research from Euromonitor. Reports on consumer markets around the world. Use the browse reports option to browse by industry or country. We especially recommend the Consumer Lifestyles reports, which give detailed information on consumer demographics in over 70 countries. GMID also contains summary statistics on consumer products in the menu search