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A TENTATIVE LIST OF ORGANIZATIONS AND PUBLICATIONS

- A&E Television Networks (Biography.com)
- AllPosters.com, Inc., United States
- Amazon.com, United States
- Arthur Rubinstein International Music Society, Tel Aviv
- Atomica Corporation, United States
- BBC, United Kingdom
- Biblioteca Reale, Italy
- Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris
- Bodleian Library, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
- CCA Galleries plc, United Kingdom
- Charles K. Moss Piano Studio, United States
- Christie's Images, Inc., United States*
- Council of Europe, Strasbourg
- Danish Music Information Centre, Denmark
- Danske Orkestre Spiller Dansk, Denmark
- Ecole de Gastronomie Européenne Beaumont, Belgium
- Elibron / Adamant Media Corporation
- Encyclopædia Britannica Inc., United States
- European Commission, Brussels
- Expedia, United States
- Festival International Echternach, Luxembourg
- Financial Times, London
- Flint Institute of Music, United States
- Fundació Miró, Spain
- Fundación Picasso, Spain
- Fundación Telefónica, Spain
- Galería Antonio Machón, Spain
- Galerie Beaumont, Belgium
- Guggenheim Museum, United States
- Herman Kahn, 'World Economic Development' (1979)
- IMD International, Switzerland
- International Herald Tribune, Paris
- IT Finance, Belgium
- Journée de l'Europe, France
- Le Soir, Belgium
- Loewy Design, United States
- Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark
- Louvre, France
- Martin's Hotels, Belgium
- Microsoft Encarta Online Encyclopedia, United States
- Michael Porter, 'The Competitive Advantage of Nations' (1990)
- Musée d'Art Contemporain, Dunkerque, France
- National Gallery, Denmark
- National Museum, Denmark
- National Museum, Czech Republic
- Nicholas Copernicus University, Poland
- N.M. Rothschild & Sons, London
- Nordisk Net TV, Denmark
- OECD, Paris
- Ordrupgaard,Copenhagen
- Patrick Cramer, Editeur, Geneva
- Queen Elisabeth International Music Competition, Belgium
- Royal Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Copenhagen
- Royal Collection Enterprises, Windsor Castle, United Kingdom
- Royal Festival hall, United Kingdom
- Smithsonian American Art Museum, United States
- Smithsonian Institution, United States
- Solvay, Belgium
- Soros Foundations Network, New York
- Spectrum Concerts Berlin, Berlin
- Telefónica Contemporary Art Collection, Spain
- The Classical Archives, United States
- The Frederick Chopin Society in Warsaw, Poland
- The Henry Moore Foundation, United Kingdom
- The Hirschsprung Collection, Denmark
- The Niels Bohr Archive, Denmark
- The Nobel Foundation, Sweden
- The Rothschild Archive, London
- The Royal Theatre, Denmark
- The Wall Street Journal Europe, Brussels
- ThinkQuest Internet Challenge Library, United States
- Thy Masterclass Chamber Music Festival, Denmark
- Tony Buzan, 'The Mind Map Book' (1993)
- UNDP, 'Human Development Report'
- UNESCO, Paris
- WGUC, Cincinnati's Classical Public Radio, United States
- White and Gribbin, 'Einstein: A Life in Science' (1994)
- World Federation of International Music Competitions, Geneva
- Yeats Society Sligo, Ireland



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