InSTePP’s International Innovation Accounts consist of a cumulative body of data and measurement methods on the inputs and outputs to innovation processes generally, with an emphasis on innovation indicators for the life sciences (health, and, especially, food and agriculture). The collection currently includes detailed U.S. and worldwide data on the investments in and spending on research and development (R&D) overall, and food and agricultural R&D in particular, for both the public and private sectors; worldwide patent count and patent family data pertaining to genetics and genomics innovations in the life sciences; worldwide data on plant varietal rights; and indicators of the uptake and use of agricultural innovations, with an emphasis on genetic (crop varietal) innovations in agriculture.
Research and Development Spending (Food and Agricultural R&D Series)
|1980 - 2050||Reshuffling the Global R&D Deck, 1980-2050|
|2016||"Agricultural R&D is on the Move" - Comment||
|2016||"InSTePP International Innovation Accounts: Research and Development Spending, version 3.5"||
|2009||"SAES, USDA Intramural, and Extension Expenditures for the 48 Continguous States, 1890-2007"|