Gabriel Weintraub is an Associate Professor of Operations, Information & Technology at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. He holds a PhD in Management Science and Engineering and a MA in Economics, both from Stanford University. His research covers several subjects that lie in the intersection between operations/management science and microeconomics. He is particularly interested in developing mathematical, computational, and econometric models to study the economics and the optimization of marketplaces. Before obtaining his Ph.D. at Stanford, Gabriel was a full-time instructor at the Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Chile where he taught undergraduate courses and consulted for the Chilean government. After his Ph.D., he spent ten years at the faculty of Columbia Business School where he taught MBA and PhD courses in operations and game theory. He is a recipient of the IFORS Prize for “Operations Research in Development 2002,” given every three years to the best application of operations research/management science in a developing country. He also received the MSOM Young Scholar Prize 2015 that “recognizes exceptional young researchers who have made outstanding contributions to scholarship in operations management”.