Governments environmental and energy R&D appropriations and outlays (% of GDP)

Government Budget Appropriations or Outlays on Research and Development (GBAORD) data show how much governments spend on research and development, as a proportion of total gross domestic product (GDP). The data is available broken down by the socio-economic objectives of the research and development, and by the type of initiative which has received funding. Funded sectors include government establishments, business enterprise, private non-profit, higher education and international organisations. The data is also available in a range of national currency units.

Data host: 

Eurostat

Unit of Measurement: 

Percent of Gross Domestic Product (% of GDP)

Description to get data: 

Click the '+' symbol to the right of the 'UNIT' drop-down menu to select from the full list of units the data is available in. Click the '+' symbol to the right of the 'NABS07' drop-down menu to select from the full list of socio-economic objectives and types of initiatives that were funded, or select one of the 'total' options from this list to see the total amount of funding.

Type of Indicator source: 

  • Statistical office