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Sizing up nanoelectronics: gauging the potential for new productivity wave


  • Keith R. Phillips
  • Adam Swadley
  • Jackson Thies
  • Mine Yücel


The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, in cooperation with the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA), hosted a conference on nanoelectronics and the economy in Austin on Dec. 3, 2010. Economists and scientists explored how information technology has affected U.S. productivity and output growth and prospects for the future.

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  • Keith R. Phillips & Adam Swadley & Jackson Thies & Mine Yücel, 2011. "Sizing up nanoelectronics: gauging the potential for new productivity wave," Southwest Economy, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, issue Q2, pages 16-19.
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:feddse:y:2011:i:q2:p:16-19:n:2

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