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Estimating territorial business R&D expenditures using corporate R&D and patent data

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This note describes a methodology to estimate territorial business R&D expenditure funded by the business sector, using R&D and patent data from top R&D investing companies. Since company data are available with a short delay, the aim is to provide timeliness estimations for business R&D in anticipation of its publication by official statistics. The estimation is made for worldwide industrial R&D expenditures, breaking down figures for main world regions and focusing on the EU and its top member states. The industrial coverage comprises main innovative industries, focusing on manufacturing and knowledge intensive services.

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  • Petros Gkotsis & Hector Hernandez & Antonio Vezzani, "undated". "Estimating territorial business R&D expenditures using corporate R&D and patent data," JRC Working Papers JRC109031, Joint Research Centre (Seville site).
  • Handle: RePEc:ipt:iptwpa:jrc109031
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    industrial R&D; innovation; BERD; estimation;
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