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It is often claimed that international investment arbitration is marked by a revolving door: individuals act sequentially and even simultaneously as arbitrator, legal counsel, expert witness or tribunal secretary. If this claim is correct it has implications for which individuals possess power and influence within this community; and ethical debates over conflicts of interests and transparency concerning 'double hatting'—when individuals simultaneously perform different roles. In this chapterdoi:10.1093/oso/9780198816423.003.0008 fatcat:bf4cy2orz5dwpdjbtaqubqpdxu