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Internal R&D funds

Internal R&D funds are the amount of money spent on R&D that originate within the control of and are used for R&D at the discretion of a reporting statistical unit. Internal R&D funds do not include R&D funds received from other statistical units explicitly for intramural R&D.
Source Definition
OECD (2015), Frascati Manual 2015: Guidelines for Collecting and Reporting Data on Research and Experimental Development.
To break down R&D expenditure by type of funds.
Data Source
R&D surveys.

Financements internes de R-D

Les financements internes de R-D correspondent à la somme des fonds consacrés à la R-D qui proviennent directement des ressources internes d’une unité déclarante et que celle-ci emploie, à sa discrétion, à des activités de R-D. Ils n’incluent pas les financements que l’unité statistique considérée reçoit d’autres unités statistiques explicitement pour les activités de R-D exécutée en son sein.
Source de la définition
OCDE. (2016), Manuel de Frascati 2015: Lignes directrices pour le recueil et la communication des données sur la recherche et le développement expérimental.
Ventiler les dépenses en R-D par type de financement.
Source de données
Enquêtes de R-D.

Fondos de I+D internos

(Nota: esta definición será añadida en breve).
Fuente(s) de datos
Encuestas de I+D.