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Jacob Bronowski
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Revolving Door Effect

What is this? An official who has exercised supervision over a private company starts working at the company after quitting his or her job in public service. For instance, a situation where an official omits to issue an injunction to a private company, in return getting a job at the company. Also see Conflict of Interest. Also see the Civil Service Act §60(5) that prohibits officials from working for an employer (being a management body member, holding a share, etc.) over which he or she has exercised supervision.
Here is an example: A Member of the Parliament who has a key role in developing the Health Insurance Act that will bring about advantageous changes for drug manufacturers is offered a highly-paid job at a drug manufacturing company.
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