3 Experts Available for Timely Analysis on CHIPS Bill

Director of Membership Engagement

The Senate is preparing a final vote today on the CHIPS-plus bill, which would provide $52 billion to the U.S. semiconductor industry. For expert analysis on this bill and its intended impact on economic and national security, the following researchers are available to provide commentary and analysis.

Cleveland State University

Chen's research focuses on supply chain resilience, transparency, and innovations. Overarching themes in Chen’s writings include emergency management, responsible sourcing and supply chain disclosure, as well as competitive innovations through information and operational technology. His experience includes projects in the medical and manufacturing sectors, as well as involvement in implementing supply chain solutions for the world’s largest semiconductor foundry.

University of Arizona
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Kucik is a political economist who explores international trade's impact on America's workers. He is interested specifically in reforming trade policy to combat growing inequality. 

Princeton University

Mosley's research focuses on the politics of the global economy. She has written extensively on the effects of multinational production and global supply chains on workers rights in developing countries, as well as how trade policies might lead to improvements in labor rights. Mosley was a Fulbright Research Scholar in Berlin in Fall 2017.