Table 4-3
Top 10 states in industry R&D performance and share of R&D, by selected industry: 2003
(Percent)
 
    Share of industry-performed R&D
Industry-performed Computer and Computer- Companies
R&D electronic related R&D Motor with 5–499
State (current $ millions) Chemicalsa   productsb   services   services vehicles employees
All states 204,004 15.9 L 23.9 L 13.4 L 8.6 8.3 17.6
California 47,142 7.0 33.1 18.7 13.7 5.0 21.4
Michigan 15,241 D 1.7 D 3.0 70.4 7.0
New Jersey 11,401 61.0 2.9 D D 0.2 11.6
Massachusetts 11,094 8.3 47.3 11.8 13.4 0.2 23.4
Texas 11,057 4.5 45.7 9.7 6.5 0.6 17.4
Washington 9,222 D D D c 5.5 0.3 10.9
New York 8,556 30.0 23.6 7.0 7.9 3.2 22.2
Illinois 8,319 21.4 34.4 10.3 2.6 3.8 13.6
Pennsylvania 7,091 48.6 9.1 5.2 7.5 1.4 19.0
Ohio 6,260 10.6   4.6   5.4   9.7 D 16.4
 

D = data withheld to avoid disclosing operations of individual companies; L = lower bound estimate

aIncludes R&D of drugs and druggists' sundries wholesale trade industry.
bIncludes R&D of professional and commercial equipment and supplies, including computers wholesale trade industry.
cIn 2002, computer-related services accounted for more than 50% of Washington's industry-performed R&D.

NOTES: Rankings do not account for margin of error of estimates from sample surveys. Detail does not add to total because not all industries are shown.

SOURCE: National Science Foundation, Division of Science Resources Statistics, Survey of Industrial Research and Development (2003).

 
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