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A new study on the revolving door between the Securities and Exchange Commission and private industry shows the practice does not pose as widespread a problem as its critics argue, according to AccountingToday. The study, by three researchers from Emory University, the University of Washington and Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, finds that contrary to perception, future job prospects in the private sector made lawyers at the SEC step up their enforcement efforts, not rein them in.

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