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Title UK Intangible Investment: Evidence from the Innovation Index Survey
Author David Barnett
Year 2009
Abstract We measure UK intangible spending from data obtained from the Innovation Index Survey run by Stephen Roper, Jim Love, John Bryson and colleagues. Our main finding is that the Innovation Index Survey data produces extremely similar results to the macro data regarding the figures for software, marketing, R&D, design and process change expenditure as proportions of total intangible asset expenditure. We believe our results will help contribute to future survey design and are part of ongoing efforts to triangulate and improve upon the macro estimates of intangible assets.
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Remarks Attached below is the do file that has been used to generate the results referred to in this paper.

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