Gabriel Kreindler is an Assistant Professor in the economics department at Harvard University. He completed his PhD in economics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His interests include urban transportation, technology and development, and diffusion of information and behaviour. His research projects include an experimental simulation of road congestion pricing in Delhi, and an analysis of urban commuting patterns using mobile phone transaction data from Sri Lanka. He has worked for various projects with the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) and Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA) since 2011, in Morocco, Indonesia and India. He is a Research Fellow at the Sri Lanka based think tank LIRNEasia. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Princeton University and an M.Phil. in economics from the University of Oxford.