R&D&I expenditure budget (National Government + Autonomous Regions)

The interactive graphs show the public funding of R&D&I in Spain, measured on the basis of data from the budgets of public administrations, both at national level (PGE, source IGAE) and at regional level (budgets of the Autonomous Regions). It includes the expenditure intensity and economic distribution of the budget execution data broken down by administration and by expenditure policy, distinguishing the programmes of Expenditure Policy 46 from other R&D&I expenditure programmes (see explanatory footnotes).

Source: Statistics on R&D&I Budget Appropriations. Sub-directorate General for Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation (sgcps@ciencia.gob.es.)

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Note: Estimated R&D expenditure of the General University Funds (FGU) has not been included in other expenditure programmes.


Note: Excluded from Expenditure Policy 46 are those programmes or budget items which, although included in PG46 (or its counterparts) in the budgets of the Autonomous Community, have a purpose other than R&D&I. In particular, those expenditure programmes devoted to statistics, cartography, information society, e-government and educational innovation and evaluation have been excluded, except for those appropriations which the Autonomous Community has indicated are specifically devoted to R&D&I.

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Sub-directorate General of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation

Pº de la Castellana 162. 28046 Madrid.

sgcps@ciencia.gob.es

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