APES is a software tool that visualizes process data of all kinds and thereby transforms qualitative case study data into quantifiable data that can be used for a systematic comparative assessment of processes.
The Swiss political Year offers since 1965 a precise presentation, set of themes and concentrated on political developments, events and interactions inside the Confederation and of the cantons. This work is structured by matters. The work languages are German and French.
The most complete database on countries of the World on differents field (politic, economic,...); edited by the Central Intelligence Agency.
Comprehensive database of governmental institutions on the World Wide Web: parliaments, ministries, offices, law courts, embassies, city councils, public broadcasting corporations, central banks, multi-governmental institutions etc. Includes also political parties. Online since June 1995. Contains more than 17000 entries from more than 220 countries and territories as of November 2000. Frequently updated.
Housed at the University of California, San Diego campus, Lijphart Elections Archive is a research collection of district level election results for approximately 350 national legislative elections in 26 countries. The objective of the Archive is to systematically collect election statistics in as much detail as possible, including, as a minimum, the results at the level of the individual election districts in which votes are converted into seats.
This centre of the European Institute of the University of Geneva has two objectives, first an aim of information by the intermediary of a multi-disciplinary and interactive approach, and secondly an objective of formation by offering courses on these European questions.
At www.gov.ch, you will find all official links on Administration and Public Services at Federal, Cantonal and Communal levels.
At www.admin.ch, you are at the right address to find out all about the Swiss government, the Federal Council, and how it works. You will also find more specific information about the seven government departments and the officials who run them, the Federal Chancellery, the Parliament and the Supreme Court which consists of the Federal Court and the Federal Insurance Court.