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Ming-yen Ho

Non-Resident Fellow
Ming-yen Ho

Ming-yen Ho is a PhD student in the Business and Public Policy Group of UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business. He focuses on political economy, game theory and industrial organization, and is primarily interested in the efficacy and distributive implications of China’s industrial policy supporting the semiconductor industry. Methodologically he is interested in building and estimating game-theoretic models that explains the behavior of firms and political actors.

Education :Doctoral Student, Doctoral Program in Business and Public Policy at the Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.
DSET Research Field :Quantum Computer Semiconductor
Research Interest & Expertise:Game Theory Political Economics

📑Related Works


Assessing Interconnected Security and Socioeconomic objectives in the CHIPS Act Funding Conditions: How should Taiwan Respond?

作者:Ming-Yen Ho

2024 / 5 / 22