Chapter 4
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Chapter 4. Research and Development: Financial Resources and Institutional Linkages

4-1    Gross domestic product and GDP implicit price deflators: 1960-97

4-2    Purchasing power parity exchange rates, by selected country: 1981-94

4-3    U.S. R&D expenditures, by performing sector and source of funds: 1960-95

4-4    National expenditures for total R&D, by source of funds and performer: 1970-95

4-5    National expeditures for basic research, by source of funds and performer: 1970-95

4-6    National expenditures for applied research, by source of funds and performer: 1970-95

4-7    National expenditures for development research, by source of funds and performer: 1970-1995

4-8    Total expenditures for industrial R&D (financed by company, Federal, and other funds), by industry and size of company: 1980-93

4-9    Company and other (except Federal) funds for industrial R&D performance, by industry and size of company: 1980-93

4-10    Federal funds for industrial R&D performance, by industry and size of company: 1980-93

4-11    Manufacturing and nonmanufacturing R&D expenditures: 1970-93

4-12    Concentration of total, Federal, and company and other R&D funds and net sales of R&D-performing companies by size of R&D program: 1983-93

4-13    Company and other (except Federal) R&D funds as a percent of net sales in R&D-performing manufacturing companies, by industry and size of company: 1983-93

4-14    The 100 leading industrial R&D spenders in the United States: 1994

4-15    Small Business Innovation Research awards, by award type and agency: FYs 1983-93

4-16    Budgetary impact and company claims of the Federal research and experimentation tax credit: FYs 1981-96

4-17    Federal obligations for R&D and R&D plant, by agency and character of work: FYs 1980 and 1985-95

4-18    Estimated Federal obligations for R&D, by selected agency, performer, and character of work: FY 1995

4-19    Federal obligations for R&D, by character of work and performer: FYs 1985-95

4-20    Federal R&D obligations for Federal intramural performance, by selected agency: FYs 1980-95

4-21    Estimated Federal obligations for research, by agency and field of science and engineering: FY 1995

4-22    Federal obligations for basic research, by science and engineering field: FYs 1985-95

4-23    Federal obligations for applied research, by science and engineering field: FYs 1985-95

4-24    Federal R&D obligations to federally funded research and development centers, by administering sector and selected agency: FYs 1980-95

4-25    Federal obligations for research and development to federally funded research and development centers, by individual FFRDC and agency: FY 1993

4-26    Federal obligations for research and development to federally funded research and development centers, by individual FFRDC: FYs 1987-93

4-27    Geographic distribution of U.S. R&D expenditures, by performer and source of funds: 1993

4-28    R&D performance, gross state product, technology support, and R&D/GSP ratios, by state: 1993

4-29    Federal R&D funding, by budget function: FYs 1980 and 1985-96

4-30    Federal basic research funding, by budget function: FYs 1980 and 1985-96

4-31    National support for health R&D, by performer and source of funds: 1984-94

4-32    Distribution of government R&D budget appropriations, by socioeconomic objective: 1992, 1993, or 1994

4-33    International R&D expenditures and R&D as a percentage of GDP: 1981-95

4-34    International nondefense R&D expenditures and R&D as a percentage of GDP: 1981-95

4-35    International R&D expenditures, by performing sector and source of funds: 1993

4-36    R&D expenditures in the United States, by performing sector and domestic and foreign source of funds: 1980, 1987, and 1993

4-37    Number of strategic technology alliances, by selected technology: 1980-94

4-38    Distribution of strategic technology alliances between economic blocs, by technology: 1980-94

4-39    Percentage of industrial R&D expenditures financed from foreign sources, by selected country: 1980-94

4-40    Company-financed R&D performed abroad by U.S. companies and their foreign subsidiaries, by industry: 1980-93

4-41    R&D expenditures performed for majority-owned foreign affiliates of U.S. parent companies, by country: 1982 and 1989-93

4-42    Foreign R&D expenditures in the United States, by industry and country: 1980-93

4-43    R&D expenditures in the United States by majority-owned U.S. affiliates of foreign companies, by industry of affiliate and country of ultimate beneficial owner: 1980 and 1987-93


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