CHAPTER 10

Increasing Broader Economic Prosperity by Driving Economic Demand of Consumer Electronics with Progress of More-than-Moore and Beyond CMOS

Introduction

The existence of any kind of exploitation in an economy could be ascertained through the prevalence of such factors as extreme poverty, social insecurity, social injustices against the common people, lack of purchasing power to acquire the minimum requirements of life, huge economic and social differences between various classes, the irrational distribution of wealth, etc. The present social, economic, and political conditions in several countries across the world having democratic governments including the world’s most prosperous representative republic, the United States, as well ...

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