Supply Chain Disruption: The U.S., China, Taiwan, and the Future Structure of the Global Semiconductor Industry
The Center for Innovation Policy at Duke Law and the Sanford Cyber Policy Program are hosting a series of events on the policy issues surrounding semiconductor manufacturing and supply chain. The first such event will be a webinar on October 4 from 12:30pm to 1:45pm EDT via zoom that will bring together two experts on the evolving structure and operation of the supply chain for the semiconductor industry. They will address key questions, such as: What impact will US actions to limit China's access to technology have on China's competitive position with respect to semiconductors vis-à-vis the U.S. and the rest of the world? What impact will the U.S. CHIPS Act have? What possible developments are most likely to dramatically alter the semiconductor industry including the role of Taiwan and TSMC? How should we understand the long-term trajectory of the semiconductor industry, particularly with respect to the U.S., China, and Taiwan.
With Peter Cleveland (TSMC) and Paul Triolo (Albright Stonebridge Group); moderated by Denis Simon (The Center for Innovation Policy at Duke Law).