Miller wins FT Enterprise E book of the 12 months award for “Chip Warfare”
The Monetary Instances introduced Tuesday that Chris Miller is the winner of the 2022 Enterprise E book of the 12 months Award for “Chip Warfare: The Battle for the World’s Most Essential Know-how,” printed by Simon & Schuster (UK), Scribner (US).
“Chip Warfare” unpicks the lengthy provide chains that make up the advanced and more and more fragile community that builds and assembles semiconductors, and examines the implications of our world dependency on just a few huge producers.
The Award acknowledges a piece which gives the “most compelling and fulfilling perception into trendy enterprise points.”
It was awarded to Miller at a ceremony on the V&A in London, hosted by Roula Khalaf, editor of the Monetary Instances and chair of the panel of judges.
“Chip Warfare” noticed off robust competitors from a shortlist of titles with topics from the vitality disaster to semiconductor provide to know-how funding. Miller will obtain a prize of £30,000, with £10,000 going to every of the 5 runners-up.
Khalaf stated, “The battle for semiconductors and the hunt for provide chain resilience are among the many greatest financial and enterprise tales of our time and will likely be for a lot of the close to future. ‘Chip Warfare’ is likely one of the most vital books that I’ve learn this 12 months. It’s participating, with fascinating characters and lots of twists and turns. It’s a must-read for each enterprise chief and policymaker.”
The judging panel for the 2022 Monetary Instances Enterprise E book of the 12 months Award, chaired by Khalaf, comprised: