Alex Capri and Andrew Staples discussed the causes and effects of new mercantilist behaviors on US-China relations and for state and non-state actors, and Capri's three recent Hinrich Foundation white papers on techno-nationalism.
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- Capri's first paper on Semiconductors at the heart of the US China tech war outlines the central role that microchips play in the US-China tech war and implications for MNEs of new initiatives to ring-fence strategic industries and technologies.
- The second paper discusses the implications of the US-China strategic decoupling in the tech sector that is currently underway for multinationals and international relations.
- The third paper, Techno-nationalism: The US-China tech innovation race, explores the impacts of increased state activism and funding for research organizations, MNE's and governments, and the future of public-private partnerships.
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