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Gross domestic expenditure on research and development (GERD), as a percentage of GDPGo toSearch glossaries

Source: UIS Data Centre | UNESCO Institute for Statistics

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Reference AreaTime PeriodSexAge groupUnits of measurementObservation Value
Poland1996Not applicableNot applicablePercent0.65204
Poland1997Not applicableNot applicablePercent0.65053
Poland1998Not applicableNot applicablePercent0.66484
Poland1999Not applicableNot applicablePercent0.68785
Poland2000Not applicableNot applicablePercent0.64202
Poland2001Not applicableNot applicablePercent0.62284
Poland2002Not applicableNot applicablePercent0.55785
Poland2003Not applicableNot applicablePercent0.53884
Poland2004Not applicableNot applicablePercent0.55594
Poland2005Not applicableNot applicablePercent0.56599
Poland2006Not applicableNot applicablePercent0.55321
Poland2007Not applicableNot applicablePercent0.56228
Poland2008Not applicableNot applicablePercent0.60331
Poland2009Not applicableNot applicablePercent0.666
Poland2010Not applicableNot applicablePercent0.72081
Poland2011Not applicableNot applicablePercent0.74601
Poland2012Not applicableNot applicablePercent0.88109
Poland2013Not applicableNot applicablePercent0.87082
Poland2014Not applicableNot applicablePercent0.9405

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