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Benefits and Risks of Federal Funding for Sematech
Philip C. Webre (au); Edward M. Gramlich (pf)
Sematech is a proposed industrywide research consortium aimed at advancing the technology with which semiconductors are manufactured. In 1987, the Congress was to decide whether the fed. govít. would participate in the consortium, and what form that participation would take. This report analyzes the potential benefits and risks of fed. involvement in Sematech. Contents: (1) Introduction: The Public Interest in the Semiconductor Industry; Federal Support in 1987; (2) Overview of the Semiconductor Industry in 1987; (3) The Semiconductor Industry and the Public Interest; (4) Evaluation of the Sematech Proposal. Appendixes: (A) Fed. Spending on Semiconductor R&D; (B) Introduction to Semiconductors. Tables and figures.
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