Janssen has worked on integrated assessment models of climate change and sustainable development, and done research on environmental economics and the evolution of institutional rules. He currently studies how robust interactions between social agents and their environment evolve or can be designed. He is interested in understanding how ecological dynamics, institutional arrangements, and human decision-making characteristics affect how human activities fit with the environment.
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Dick Janssen studied chemistry in Nijmegen, graduated in microbiology inand after post-doctoral work in biodegradation he became interested in enzyme discovery and engineering. He investigated the microbial metabolism of xenobiotic compounds, discovered various new enzymes catalyzing carbon-halogen bond cleavage, and solved mechanistic and kinetic problems in such enzymes. Sincehis group became more involved in research on enzymes that have potential applications in industrial biocatalysis.
David Janssen born David Harold MeyerMarch 27, — February 13, was an American film and television actor who is best known for his starring role as Richard Kimble in the television series The Fugitive — Janssen was of Irish and Jewish descent. Young David used his stepfather's name after he entered show business as a child.