Pim Jansen is an Assistant Professor at Erasmus School of Law (ESL) in the Netherlands. He teaches (i) various courses at ESL including “Inleiding Staats- en Bestuursrecht” and “Overheid en Markt”; (ii) “Energy Transition” at Nederlandse wethoudersopleiding 'Politiek Bestuurlijk Management'; and (iii) “EU law, Industrial Policy and Digital Markets” at Waseda Law School in Tokyo. Pim stands out for his interdisciplinary background, and benefits from a five-year career at De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek, a Grotius Postdoctoral Specialist Course in Competition Law and a part-time position as a practitioner at Van Doorne. In the latter position, Pim advises on (i) competition law; (ii) the interface between competition (antitrust, State aid, merger control, SGEI) and regulation (administrative law, special focus on regulated sectors); and (iii) industrial policy in the context of merger and foreign investment control. Pim pursued a PhD at the Institute for Consumer, Competition & Market at KU Leuven, where he has presented parts of his research in Belgium and abroad. Notably, he has presented conference papers in Belgium, the UK and Japan, as well as in the Netherlands. He has also had papers related to his PhD research published in various national and international peer-reviewed journals. During his last academic year, Pim was able to spend two research periods abroad, first at Waseda Law School in Japan and then at University of Cambridge Faculty of Law in England with the support of the Research Foundation – Flanders and KU Leuven.