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Frédéric Boehm

Frédéric has a PhD in economics and extensive experience in working and researching on corruption, governance, institutional change and public sector reforms.

At the OECD, he leads country work on public integrity and anti-corruption policies in Latin America, the MENA region and Africa, works with Supreme Audit Institutions (SAI) and leads the work on applying behavioural insights to integrity policies.

Before joining the OECD, Frédéric has worked as an independent consultant for governments and international institutions where he supported anti-corruption reforms in 15 countries in Latin America, Europe, Africa and Asia.

He gathered experience in conducting evaluations, corruption risk assessments and delivered trainings and workshops. Since 2007, he has been teaching a module on “economics of corruption” (in Spanish) at universities in Colombia, Panama, and Peru. He also worked for the GIZ in an anti-corruption project at headquarters, and as a professor in economics and political science in Colombia. Frédéric has published in books and academic journals.

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