Ties of more than 5,000 estimated trips between countries worldwide in 2016.

Source: Global Transnational Mobility Dataset

The Global Transnational Mobility Dataset provides estimates of country-to-country cross-border human travels on the basis of worldwide statistics on tourism and air passenger traffic. The two sources are adjusted and merged, resulting into a set of data that covers more than 15 billion estimated travels over the years 2011 to 2016.

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Read more about the data:

Recchi, E., E. Deutschmann & M. Vespe. 2019. Estimating Transnational Human Mobility on a Global Scale. EUI RSCAS Working Paper 2019/30
Recchi, E., E. Deutschmann, Global Human Mobility Rapidly Increasing, New Open-Access Dataset Shows, MPC Blog (30/04/2019)

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