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- Search for your company by name or ticker.
- In the right menu, scroll over Financial data and choose Global Detailed Format.
- In the Income Statement look at Research & Development Expenses.
R&D data is available via the Compustat and Research Quotient data sets on WRDS. Research Quotient is accessible from the WRDS landing page. See below for detailed instructions for accessing R&D data using Compustat.
- From the landing page, navigate to Compustat - Capital IQ-->North America Daily-->Fundamentals Annual.
- Next, choose your dates and enter your company in Company Code.
- In Income Statement Items, cursor down to XRD - Research and Development Expense, then select Submit Request.
Note: You must request a personal account to access WRDS.
Use the National Science Foundation's National Center for Engineering Statistics (NCSES).
- Use the Business and Industrial R&D series as well as the Federal R&D Funding by Budget Function.
- You can also use the Publication Index to search for r&d for access to R&D-related reports.
R&D expenditures are also typically reported in 10-K filings, which are accessible via Thomson ONE.
- Search for a company's name or ticker symbol in the top left corner. Then, via the top tool bar, navigate to Company Views-->Filings-->Company Filings.
- There are links at the top of the page for the Latest Key Filings, including a 10-K, and you can also search for historical filings using the Search Company Filings option on the same page.
Note: Thomson ONE only works using Internet Explorer.
Statistical Abstract of the United States, published by the U.S. Census Bureau through 2012, then ProQuest from 2013 to present, contains R&D statistics in its Science & Technology section.