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The Bank of Sweden Tercentenary Foundation (Swedish : Stiftelsen Riksbankens Jubileumsfond) is a Swedish foundation which awards grants to individuals and research groups for research projects in science, the humanities, social sciences, medical research, technology, and law. It was created to celebrate the Bank of Sweden's 300th anniversary in 1968.  The Riksbankens Jubileumsfond initiated the Cultural Policy Research Award in collaboration with the European Cultural Foundation in 2003. It is a member of the Network of European Foundations for Innovative Cooperation (NEF). 
Leif Pagrotsky is a Swedish politician, economist, and diplomat. He held the position of Consul General of Sweden in New York City.
The European Cultural Foundation (ECF) is a Netherlands-based independent cultural foundation. Its mission is to “make a tangible impact on civil society, citizen initiatives, public opinion and policy proposals to combat the fragmenting forces jeopardising peace and social progress in Europe”.
The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation is a private foundation founded in 1926 by Charles Stewart Mott of Flint, Michigan. Mott was a leading industrialist in Flint through his association with General Motors.
The Robert Bosch Stiftung GmbH is a German foundation that owns a majority shareholding in Robert Bosch GmbH, from which it derives its funding. The foundation was established in accordance with the wishes of Robert Bosch, who died in 1942, and conducts and finances social, cultural and scientific projects.
The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, commonly referred to simply as the Gulbenkian Foundation, is a Portuguese institution dedicated to the promotion of the arts, philanthropy, science, and education. One of the wealthiest charitable foundations in the world, the Gulbenkian Foundation was founded on 18 July 1956 according to the last will and testament of Calouste Sarkis Gulbenkian, a Portugal-based oil magnate who bequeathed his assets to the country in the form of a foundation.
The Network of European Foundations for Innovative Cooperation (NEF) is an international non-profit organization, with headquarters in Brussels (Belgium). The organization was created in order to strengthen cooperation between European foundations.
The Bernard van Leer Foundation funds and shares knowledge about work in early childhood development. The foundation was established in 1949 and is based in the Netherlands. It is a member of the Network of European Foundations for Innovative Cooperation (NEF). The foundation's income is derived from the bequest of Bernard van Leer, a Dutch industrialist and philanthropist who lived from 1883 to 1958, and made his fortune from the packaging company he founded in 1919, Royal Packaging Industries Van Leer and is a member of the Van Leer family. After Bernard van Leer's death in 1958, the foundation was given a clearer organisation and focus by his son Oscar Van Leer. From 1964 the Bernard van Leer Foundation focused on young children, primary education and youth, and disadvantaged young children. It funded its first international project in Jamaica in 1966.
The Hague Club is formed by the Chief Executives of 30 major foundations and philanthropic organizations in Europe and corresponding members from the USA, Asia and Australia. It meets once a year to discuss informally the role of philanthropy and management of foundations. Founded in 1971, it claims to be independent of governments and to have no political aims.
The Fondation de France is an independent administrative agency which was established by the French government in an effort to stimulate and foster the growth of private philanthropy and private foundations in France. In the modern day the organisation brings together donors, founders, and volunteers from across France to provide effective support to a number of charitable causes with the aim to support sustainable solutions for the advancement of society.
The Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences, officially the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel, is an economics award administered by the Nobel Foundation.
The European Citizens' Consultations were a series of public consultations with citizens from the 28 member states of the European Union about the future of Europe. Between October 2006 and May 2007, more than 1,800 citizens in 27 countries were consulted in 23 languages, selected at random by professional recruitment agencies or universities according to a set of criteria designed to ensure that the participants were representative of the EU population. In European- and national-level debates the citizens chose and discussed three topics they considered most important to their lives, identified common ground and made recommendations to policy-makers responsible for decisions on Europe's future.
Bertil Andersson is a Swedish college administrator and academic who served as the third president of Nanyang Technological University (NTU).
ERSTE Foundation is the biggest Austrian savings bank foundation. In 2003, it evolved from the Erste Oesterreichische Spar-Casse, the first Austrian savings bank founded in 1819. It is the main shareholder of Erste Group. As a private austrian savings banks foundation, the foundation invests parts of its dividends to support the development of societies in Central and South Eastern Europe.
Stiftelsen mean Foundation in Scandinavian languages.
The Quality of Government (QoG)-Institute is an independent research institute at the University of Gothenburg.
Sandby borg is an Iron Age ringfort, one of at least 15 on the island of Öland, Sweden. It sits about 2 kilometers southeast of Södra Sandby village in Sandby parish in southeastern Öland. It is close to the village of Gårdby.
The History of Nordic Women's Literature is a print and online encyclopedia and biographical dictionary about female Nordic authors.
Yves Zenou is a French-Swedish economist. He is a professor at Monash University and holds the Richard Snape Chair in Business and Economics.
Svenskt kvinnobiografiskt lexikon (SKBL), known in English as Biographical Dictionary of Swedish Women, is a Swedish biographical dictionary of Swedish women. It was started in 2018 when 1,000 articles about Swedish women were published in Swedish and English. There are plans to publish a further 1,000 articles in 2020 about women who have actively contributed to Swedish society. This activity has been financed by Bank of Sweden Tercentenary Foundation.
Johannes Müller is a German prehistoric archaeologist. Currently, he is Professor at Kiel University. He has achieved a high international reputation in the field, as he has repeatedly initiated or played a major role in developing great research projects, such as the Priority Programme SPP 1400, the Excellence Initiative "Graduate School: Human Development in Landscapes", the Collaborative Research Centre CRC 1266 and the Cluster of Excellence ROOTS. Judging by the interdisciplinary character of these projects, the number of universities and research institutes from different countries involved and, above all, the budget provided by the German Research Foundation, these projects can be described as extraordinary in this research field.