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von Hip·pel

(fŏn hip'el),
Eugen, German ophthalmologist, 1867-1939. See: von Hippel-Lindau syndrome.
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von Hippel, former assistant director for national security in the White House Office of Science and Technology says sanctioning the Iranian leader foreign minister would certainly be counterproductive in undermining any possibility" for diplomatic talks between Iran and the US.
However, Karin von Hippel, head of the Royal United Services Institute in London recently warned: "China is a growing power and is obviously a threat in some ways but at the same time, it is so big and will be so powerful that we can't treat as an enemy.
Ted von Hippel, current star-dating techniques, based on assessments of stars in the prime or main sequence of their lives that have begun to die after exhausting their hydrogen, offer a 20-percent, or at best a 10-percent margin of error.
Research on user profile selection at first focused on the individual client as an innovator (Kristensson, Gustafsson, and Archer, 2004; Von Hippel, 2001) and then moved on to exploring distinct client groups, the community as a peer system (Hienerth and Lettl, 2011; Jeppesen, 2005), crowdsourcing or a multitude of clients (Franke, Keinz and Schreier, 2008; Fuller, Matzler, and Hoppe, 2008).
Their topics include from radical Reformation to mystical pre-Enlightenment, Chinese ethics within the radical enlightenment of Christian Wolff, gender in Rousseau's Julie ou La Nouvelle Heloise and its German reception: radical or moderate, Theodor Gottlieb von Hippel's Cber die Ehe and Cber die b'rgerliche Verbesserung der Weiber: moderate and radical contexts, and metaphors of spatial storage in Enlightenment historiography and the 18th-century magazine.
The theory examines in details how a company can identify potential users as lead-users (Urban and von Hippel, 1988) but it does not answer to two basic and simple questions: (1) how exactly users may be utilized in innovation development in systematic way and (2) how companies may access and attract users for utilizing them in their innovation development.
In their struggle for access to external know-how, firms revert to cooperative modes of R&D such as mutual exchange or informal know-how trading (von Hippel 1987).
Dr Karin Von Hippel, Director General of RUSI added: "The importance of the manufacturing sector to the security of the UK economy cannot be overstated.
MIT professor and innovation theorist Eric von Hippel has spent decades studying lead users, the people who are at the forefront of an industry or activity.
Karin von Hippel, the director-general of Royal United Services Institute, London, said the U.S.
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