R&D funding in public budgets

R&D funding by the central government („Bund“)

2022
3.87 bn EUR
Gone up compared to 2021

Description

The „Detailübersicht Forschungswirksame Mittelverwendungen des Bundes“ is a part of the federal budget where budgeted expenses of the federal government for research and research funding are listed. Such budget analyses allow a forecast for expenses of the public sector planned in the future.

An analysis of the research-relevant budget lines allows a presentation of the amount of research expenditures funded by the federal government each calendar year. Depending on availability, final or preliminary budget data are used. The figures are presented by socio-economic objectives and ministries.

Graphs, Tables, Maps

Highlights

Federal expenditures 2020 for research and research promotion (cash flow statement, part a and part b) for the Federal Finances Act 2022 by type of funding - in million euro (Chart)

S: STATISTICS AUSTRIA, R&D budget analysis. Based on the detailed table Allocation of R&D-relevant funds of the federal government for the Federal Finance Act. Compiled on 29 April 2022.

S: STATISTICS AUSTRIA, R&D budget analysis, FWF (Austrian Science Fund), FFG (Austrian Research Promotion Agency), BMBWF (Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research). Compiled on 29 April 2022.

S: STATISTICS AUSTRIA, R&D budget analysis. Based on the detailed table Allocation of R&D-relevant funds of the federal government for the Federal Finance Act. Compiled on 29 April 2022.

S: STATISTICS AUSTRIA, R&D budget analysis. Based on the detailed table Allocation of R&D-relevant funds of the federal government for the Federal Finance Act. Compiled on 29 April 2022.

S: STATISTICS AUSTRIA, R&D budget analysis. Based on the detailed table Allocation of R&D-relevant funds of the federal government for the Federal Finance Act. Compiled on 29 April 2022.

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