De facto interpersonal globalization

scale 1-100, 1970–2018

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    Takes into account a country’s international voice traffic (international incoming and outgoing fixed and mobile telephone traffic in minutes), transfers (secondary income paid and received – gross inflows and outflows of goods, services, income or
    financial items without a quid pro quo), international tourism (arrivals and departures of international tourists), international students (inbound and outbound number of tertiary students as a percent of the population), and migration (number of foreign or foreign-born residents as a percent of the population).

    Source: KOF Swiss Economic Institute