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The Revolving Door Indicator: Estimating the distortionary power of the revolving door

When people move between positions as regulator or legislators and private companies within the same sector this can lead to conflicts of interest, regulatory capture, and economic distortions. Such practices are called revolving doors. The Revolving Door Indicator is proposed as a proxy for the corruption risks and economic distortionary effects that a high degree of revolving doors practices entail in a given sector.

2 December 2014
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Brezis, E.; Cariolle, J.; (2014) The Revolving Door Indicator: Estimating the distortionary power of the revolving door. Bergen: U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre, Chr. Michelsen Institute (U4 Brief )

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Elise S. Brezis
Joël Cariolle

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Keywords


revolving door, corruption metrics, proxy challenge, nepotism, corruption risk assessment, corruption risk management, public sector