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Last update: 15 January 2013
The OECD's ANBERD database presents annual data on industrial R&D expenditures. Series are published from 1987 to 2010/11 for 32 OECD countries and 6 non-member economies. Data for other countries (Denmark and Sweden) will be added as they become available.
Direct link to the ANBERD dataset in OECD.STAT.
The ANalytical Business Enterprise Research and Development database (ANBERD) was developed to provide analysts with comprehensive and internationally comparable data on industrial R&D expenditures that address the problems of international comparability and breaks in the time series of official business enterprise R&D data (OFFBERD) provided to the OECD by its member countries through the joint OECD/Eurostat R&D survey. The ANBERD database includes a number of estimations and is published under the responsibility of the Secretary General of the OECD as it does not represent Member countries’ official submissions of business enterprise R&D data.
The ANBERD database presents industrial R&D expenditure data broken down in 60 manufacturing and services sectors for OECD countries and selected non-member economies. The reported data are in ISIC Revision 3.1, start from 1987 and are expressed in national currencies as well as in PPP US dollars, both at current and constant prices. The data are updated continuously on a rolling basis in order to release the tables as new data are collected.
- Direct link to the ANBERD dataset in OECD.STAT
- Data sample
- ANBERD belongs to the STAN family databases: STAN Database for Structural Analysis, STAN Bilateral Trade by Industry and End-use category (BTDIxE), STAN Input-Output and STAN Indicators. The STAN databases are united by compatible industry lists based on ISIC Revision 3.
- ANBERD 2009 edition
- An archived version of ANBERD in ISIC Revision 2 is also available for 15 OECD countries plus the zone total for the European Union from 1973 to 1997/98.