The International Directory of Government is the definitive guide to people in power in every part of the world. All the top decision-makers are included in this one-volume publication, which brings together government institutions, agencies and personnel from the largest nations (China, India, Russia, etc.) to the smallest overseas dependencies (Guadeloupe, Guernsey and Christmas Island, etc).
Institutional entries contain the names and titles of principal officials, postal, e-mail and internet addresses, telephone and fax numbers, and other relevant details.
- comprehensive lists of government ministers and ministries
- coverage of state-related agencies and other institutions arranged by subject heading
- details of important state, provincial and regional administrations, including information on US states, Russian republics, and the states and territories of India.
Table of Contents
Explanatory Note. Abbreviations. International Telephone Codes. Part 1: Country Chapters Afganistan - Zimbabwe.
Europa publications have long been regarded as premier reference resources, providing authoritative political and economic data for every country and region of the world, biographical profiles of the most influential global figures in every field, including politics, science, business, academia, the arts and the media, and unrivalled access to information on universities, libraries and other academic institutions world-wide.
Available in print and online, Europa's principal titles, The Europa World Year Book,The Europa Regional Surveys of the World, The International Who's Who and The Europa World of Learning, serve the contemporary research needs of students, academics and information-seekers in specialist and general reference libraries, government offices and commercial institutions in every country.
‘This focused directory is well presented, easy to follow and full of useful information for governments and for those wishing to do business with governments.’ – Australian Library Review
‘… this is a well-produced, attractive work. Those primarily interested in easily accessible directory data on governments should consider its acquisition.’ – American Reference Book Annual