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Reversing the Global Migration of the U.S. Semiconductor Industry

Joseph Lieberman
2003 MRS bulletin  
This is especially true of leading-edge industries such as advanced semiconductor manufacturing, which requires a tight linkage of and geographic proximity for research, development, engineering, and manufacturing  ...  The productivity growth in the United States in the 1990s was due in significant part to computer production and advances in information technology that depended on the semiconductor industry.  ... 
doi:10.1557/mrs2003.242 fatcat:snh4x7xlyjd4znm3cjlzoyyzey

Page 3 of Science Trends Vol. 63, Issue 18 [page]

1990 Science Trends  
GO SEMATECH: Problems confront US industry efforts to revitalize the US semiconductor supplier base in the face of Japanese competition. 41 pages.  ...  Federal Research: SEMATECH's Efforts to Strengthen the US Semiconductor Industry, RCED-90-236.  ... 

Controlling the Uncontrollable

Ming-Chin Monique Chu
2008 China Perspectives  
and Cause of the Migration Contributing to part of the semiconductor power shift to China is the wholesale westward movement of the Taiwanese chip industry.  ...  Security Implications of the Migration of the Taiwanese Semiconductor Industry to China There are multiple layers of security ramifications for Taiwan and the United States emanating from the migration  ... 
doi:10.4000/chinaperspectives.3343 fatcat:jtdn6yaygffatoyqimmav5gf6m

Recent Progress of the Integrated Circuit Industry in China ― Overview of the Manufacturing Industry

Litho World
2019 Journal of Microelectronic Manufacturing  
In terms of geographical distribution, the Asia-Pacific region accounts for half of the global semiconductor market.  ...  In the future, with the wave of intelligent upgrading of manufacturing industry, the demand for high-end chips will continue to grow, which will further stimulate the development and industrial migration  ... 
doi:10.33079/jomm.20030304 fatcat:3ggobvjyhnhsxittrfitmweosa

Should auld acquaintance be forgot? the reverse transfer of knowledge through mobility ties

Rafael A. Corredoira, Lori Rosenkopf
2009 Strategic Management Journal  
In addition, the outbound mobility effect is pronounced when mobility occurs between geographically distant firms, but attenuates for geographically proximate firms since other redundant knowledge channels  ...  We find that semiconductor firms losing employees are more likely to subsequently cite patents of firms hiring these employees, suggesting that mobility-driven knowledge flows are bidirectional.  ...  (geographic proximity), and absorptive capacity (stock of knowledge, technological distance) all facilitate the transfer of technological knowledge across firms in the semiconductor industry.  ... 
doi:10.1002/smj.803 fatcat:2reqarerhzhm5k75lams5nx2ji

Page 89 of Geographical Analysis Vol. 21, Issue 1 [page]

1989 Geographical Analysis  
Timmermans Modernisation and Incorporation: The Development of Singapore’s Bus Services, 1945-1974 A. H. Spencer The Global Assembly-Operations of U.S. Semiconductor Firms: A Geographical Analysis A.  ...  Nijkamp, and S. Reichman The Changing Context of Transport and Infrastructure Policy H. J. Noortman The Impact of Technological Change M. Frybourg Policy Analysis: A Story W.  ... 

Learning–by–Hiring: When Is Mobility More Likely to Facilitate Interfirm Knowledge Transfer?

Jaeyong Song, Paul Almeida, Geraldine Wu
2003 Management science  
We focus on mobile engineers hired from U.S. firms, given the fact that the United States is the technology leader in many segments of the global semiconductor industry and foreign firms often attempt  ...  Foreign technology has played an important role in the industrialization of Europe, the United States, Japan, and newly industrializing countries such as South Korea and Taiwan (Freeman and Soete 1997)  ...  SONG, ALMEIDA, AND WU  ... 
doi:10.1287/mnsc.49.4.351.14429 fatcat:j5ncx7kjgrctlpmf3uwqceag5e

Clusters — the basis of competition [chapter]

Allan S. Carrie
1999 Global Production Management  
As manufacturing becomes a truly global affair, the basis of competition will no longer be between individual companies and their supply chains but between regional industrial clusters.  ...  Large multi-nationals can relocate operations to any part of the world, with significant impact on the regions into and out of which they move.  ...  and semiconductors in America Demand conditions: there is a strong local base of technologically sophisticated buyers Related and supporting industries: a fast-growing venture capital network, strong research  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35569-6_14 fatcat:dza3onlqe5db3ecsij6kkeatdu

An Analysis of Managing Sustainable Competitiveness for Semiconductor Manufacturers

Hung-Chi Hsiao, Taketoshi Hibiya, Masaru Nakano, Yih-Lin Cheng, Hung-Ching Wen
2015 Proceedings of Engineering and Technology Innovation  
In the recent rapidly changing global competition environment, the traditional integrated device manufacturer (IDM) model in semiconductor industry is facing the limitation of sustaining its profitability  ...  This framework aims at providing guidelines for developing firm's business and technology strategies.  ...  Acknowledgement The authors wish to thank the Keio University GCOE program for "Sy mb iotic, Safe and Secure system design" and for financial support.  ... 
doaj:6adf289485d34d81870f1ae10e6b2bb9 fatcat:j6crfid3kfaa5m6etspg755rwa

Nano-economics, spinoffs, and the wealth of regions

Steven Klepper
2011 Small Business Economics  
Detailed data are collected concerning the intellectual and geographic origins of entrants into the clusters and other regions to probe the mechanisms underlying geographic clustering.  ...  The historical evolution of four prominent industry clusters is compared: automobiles in Detroit, Michigan, tires in Akron, Ohio, semiconductors in Silicon Valley, California, and cotton garments in Dhaka  ...  Open Access This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial License which permits any noncommercial use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11187-011-9352-5 fatcat:fa6xwjot6rcoxppg7mcpx3frei

The Value Migration and Innovative Capacity of Taiwan's Photovoltaic Industry

J.-L. Hu, F.-Y. Yeh
2013 Energy Sources Part B Economics Planning and Policy  
This article utilizes value chain and value migration theory to analyze the trend of Taiwan's photovoltaic (PV) industry.  ...  Allowing for an integrated innovation sheds new light on the strategy of PV industrial development.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors thank the editor and two anonymous referees of this journal for their valuable comments.  ... 
doi:10.1080/15567240903394273 fatcat:ufcxj7cn6ze5hliatmqx647mbi

MRS volume 37 issue 1 Cover and Front matter

2012 MRS bulletin  
This new entrant to the market combined the leading-edge integrated device manufacturing heritage of Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) with the pure-play semiconductor foundry heritage of Chartered Semiconductor  ...  MRS BULLETIN Research/Researchers Energy migration in core-shell nanoparticles allows expansion of the range of upconversion emissions Joan J.  ... 
doi:10.1557/mrs.2011.354 fatcat:ftfjwafs2zdftgvnrgo4h7qssi

Star Scientists, Innovation and Regional and National Immigration

Lynne G. Zucker, Michael R. Darby
2007 Social Science Research Network  
Their number in a US region or a top-25 science and technology (S&T) country significantly increases the probability of firm entry in the S&T field in which they are working.  ...  High impact articles and university articles all tend to diffuse. America has 62 percent of the world's stars as residents, primarily because of its research universities which produce them.  ...  We argue there that the geographic distribution of a new science-based industry can be mostly derived from the geographic distribution of the intellectual human capital embodying the breakthrough discovery  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1001112 fatcat:semjp5ertrdyxhuapkachsbqxy

Global networks of clusters of innovation: Accelerating the innovation process

Jerome S. Engel, Itxaso del-Palacio
2009 Business Horizons  
By 1990, one-quarter of the engineers and scientists employed in California's technology industries were foreign-born, and up to 24% of the technology companies started between 1980 and 1998 in Silicon  ...  The emergence of new technology and innovation centers has been observed and often been attributed to the leverage of multinational corporations (Mathews, 1999) ; to the fragmentation of industries (  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.bushor.2009.06.001 fatcat:325yzkej5zcohdhdb4kmglshbi

Supply Chain Bottlenecks and Inflation: The Role of Semiconductors

Fernando Leibovici, Jason Dunn
2021 Economic Synopses  
SEMICONDUCTORS ARE A MARVEL OF MODERN TECHNOLOGY AND THE FOUNDATION OF MODERN LIFE.  ...  TECHNOLOGY COMPETITIVENESS The U.S. semiconductor industry is the global leader in semiconductor R&D and chip design.  ...  The Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) is the voice of the semiconductor industry, one of America's top export industries and a key driver of America's economic strength, national security, and global  ... 
doi:10.20955/es.2021.28 fatcat:acvpuecjjfbtfdqxtpxoraz3ym
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