• Josef G. Knoll-Science Award 1990: from the left award winner Dr. Hans-Joachim Fuchs, Dr. Hermann Eiselen, award winner Dr. Chrysille Seré, award winner Dr. Josef Ernstberger, Prof. Dr. Oskar Gans (Representative of award winner Dr. Serge-Arno Klümper)
  • Award winners 1990

    Dr. Serge-Arno Klümper
    University of Heidelberg, 1989
    „Ernährungspolitik in Indonesien - Empirische Sektoranalyse auf der Basis ökonometrischer Nachfrage- und Angebotssysteme (Nutritional Policy in Indonesia - Empirical sector analysis based on econometric demand and supply systems)“
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    Dr. Josef Ernstberger
    Technical University of Munich, 1988
    „Wohlfahrtseffekte der Entwicklung und Einführung neuer Reissorten in Brasilien (Welfare effects of the development and introduction of new rice varieties in Brazil)“
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    Dr. Chrysille Seré
    University of Hohenheim, 1988
    „Teichwirtschaft als Betriebszweig in der kleinbäuerlichen Landwirtschaft Kolumbiens (Pond farming as a business activity in the small-scale agriculture of Colombia)“
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    Dr. Hans-Joachim Fuchs
    University of Mainz 1988
    „Ecological Impacts on Tea Production in Sri Lanka“
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    The prize was awarded by the Eiselen Foundation at the University of Hohenheim on June 2, 1990. Dr. Klümper received DM 10,000 and the other prize-winners Dr. Seré, Dr. Fuchs and Dr. Ernstberger each received DM 5,000 for their scientific work, which is a recognizable contribution to the improvement of the nutritional situation in developing countries.