#9 TAIWAN: The Dutch Story Behind TSMC

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Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company is the world’s largest dedicated independent semiconductor foundry. In this episode, we will be talking about the rising of the Semiconductor industry in Taiwan. We invite Prof. Mila Davids (the Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands) and Dr. ChunPu Lin (Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research, Taiwan) to join us and share the story of TSMC and the story of the Semiconductor industry. In the last part of the episode, we also talked about the project that they are working on “The House of Taiwanese-Dutch Narratives”. If you’re interested in this project, you can contact Mila via emails or contact IA in Taiwan

Prof. Mila Davids

Mila Davids is an Assistant Professor in the History of Technology research group that is part of the section Technology Innovation and Society in the TU/e School of Innovation Sciences. Her areas of expertise include modern and contemporary history, history of technology and business history, social history and transitions, knowledge infrastructure and circulation, and innovation.

Dr. ChunPu Lin

Chun-Pu Lin is an Assistant Research Fellow of the Regional Development Study Center, Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research (CIER), Taiwan. His areas of expertise include foreign direct investment, international business management, and Asian Business.

Innovation Matters is a podcast by the Netherlands Innovation Network, this episode is broadcasted from the Netherlands Office Taipei.

Hope you enjoy this episode!

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