US Government Semiconductor Strategic Policy – Stimulus & Foreign Policy – CHIPS Act Implications & Beyond

  • Private Equity
  • TMT
  • North America


Professor at Cornell University


  • Implications for the semiconductor industry of President Biden signing the 2022 CHIPS and Science Act into law
  • Extent to which chip manufacturing and supply chain issues exposed during the pandemic are driving increased need for domestic capacity expansion
  • US-China foreign relations – shift in the status quo, Biden Administration's industrial plans and impact of Taiwan-related geopolitical dynamics on domestic semiconductor manufacturing
  • Benefits from national and state level manufacturing subsidies and encouragement to increase capacity
  • Possible future policy initiatives and funding avenues for semiconductor and related technologies


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