Titiaan Keijzer new member of Young Erasmus Academy

Titiaan Keijzer

Titiaan Keijzer, Assistant Professor of Corporate Law at Erasmus School of Law, has been invited by the Rector Magnificus to become a member of the Young Erasmus Academy (YEA) on the recommendation of Harriƫt Schelhaas, Dean of Erasmus School of Law. Titiaan is one of the five new members the network welcomes this year. Within the Academy Titiaan represents Erasmus School of Law together with colleagues Jing Hiah, Assistant Professor of Criminology, and Koen Swinnen, Professor of Private Law and Public and Private Interests.

Titiaan Keijzer has been associated with Erasmus School of Law since 2015. His research has a highly interdisciplinary and international character. Titiaan obtained his PhD (cum laude) in 2020 with his thesis, partly written at Columbia University (New York) and the Max Planck Institute (Hamburg), on the corporate governance effects of shares with reduced or enhanced voting rights. He then worked as a lawyer in Amsterdam for several years at a well-known Dutch lawfirm. Since his return, his research has primarily focused on the "Twin Transitions" of sustainability and digitalisation. He is part of the SSH-Wide Sector Plan on digitalisation and one of the initiators of the Law & Sustainable Business research group. Titiaan teaches and coordinates several (Dutch- and English) courses in our Master programmes, including the Research Practicum Corporate Law; Mergers, Reorganisations & Insolvency and International Corporate Governance.

Erasmus Academy

YEA is a diverse network of talented researchers from all Schools and represents a broad spectrum of scientific disciplines. The network is modelled on the Jonge Akademie of the KNAW, embedded in the context of the Erasmus University Rotterdam. YEA focuses on promoting interdisciplinary cooperation and contacts between scientists and strengthening the profile of Erasmus University Rotterdam within the public domain. YEA also advises the Executive Board on education and research policy.

Titiaan views his membership of the YEA as a way of working with his colleagues to further implement sustainability broadly within education. Erasmus School of Law congratulates Titiaan on his YEA membership and wishes him success with his activities.

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Titiaan Keijzer, Assistant Professor of Corporate Law

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