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Professor Dr. Matthias Einmahl acquired a law degree from the university Freiburg and a PhD from the university Hamburg. He worked for 8 years as a jugdge and public prosecutor. Since 2005, Matthias is professor at the University of Applied Sciences for Public Administration and management of North Rhine-Westphalia in Cologne (www.fhoev.nrw.de).

There he educates future municipal public servants, mainly in contract law and public procurement law. He has practical experience in the analysis of corruption risks in municipalities and the development of coherent corruption prevention strategies. He also works on anti-corruption sensitization and training with a focus on eLearning.

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Integrity pacts: A How-To Guide from Practitioners

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Preventing Corruption in Kazakhstan

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  • civil society
  • local government
  • anti-corruption legislation
  • international organisations
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Participatory lawmaking, public consultations and petitions

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Complaint Mechanisms: Reference Guide for Good Practice

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Matthias Einmahl

Affiliation

University for public administration for the state of North Rhine-Westphalia in Germany

Professional Title

Professor

Region

  • Europe and Central Asia

Country/Territory

Topics

Specialisms

Prevention of corruption in public procurement

Email Address

matthias.einmahl@fhoev.nrw.de

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