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The changing relationship between governments and semiconductor companies

NOV
16
2021
16 . NOV 2021

Lecture Hall B2 Innovation Forum

10:00 -10 :30 h | Hall B2 .441

Subjects: Semiconductor production

Speaker: Jan-Peter Kleinhans (Stiftung Neue Verantwortung e.V.)

Type: Lecture

Speech: English

Part of the session: Halbleiter und Quantentechnologie

The intensifying US-China technology rivalry and the global chip shortages put the semiconductor industry at the center of political debates around the globe. To continue production during corona lock-downs, the semiconductor industry argued to be recognized as an “essential business” and many companies use the current political catchphrases of “strategic autonomy” and “technological sovereignty” to receive substantial government subsidies in Europe and abroad. But through the global chip crisis governments painfully realized that they know very little about the global semi value chain, its chokepoints and the root causes of the current chip shortages.

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Jan-Peter Kleinhans

Jan-Peter Kleinhans

Stiftung Neue Verantwortung e.V.

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Jan-Peter Kleinhans
Jan-Peter Kleinhans
Christian Strahberger title=
Dr. Christian Strahberger
Dr. Christian Strahberger

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