Research shows scale of regulatory 'revolving door'

What impact does the 'revolving door' have on regulatory independence?

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In 2008, supervisors in many countries largely failed to predict the scale of the financial crisis, and then failed to deal effectively with its consequences. The reasons why have been under scrutiny ever since – including the degree to which regulators were "captured" by the industry they were supposed to be supervising. An example of this, it is suggested, was the 'revolving door' between industry and oversight: regulatory agencies dominated by former bankers, and senior regulators leaving for

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