I am a PhD candidate in Operations, Information & Technology at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, where I'm fortunate to be advised by Daniela Saban and Kostas Bimpikis.
My research explores questions related to the design and operations of online marketplaces, with an emphasis on the role of data collection and exploitation, privacy, learning, and social commerce. In particular, my work aims to advance our understanding of these markets and develop practical recommendations to improve their operations, leveraging tools from game theory, operations research and empirical data analysis.
I am originally from Mexico City. Before coming to Stanford, I graduated from ITAM with degrees in applied mathematics and economics and worked as a management consultant for McKinsey & Company.
For more information, please see my CV.
Email: ilanmor 'at' stanford 'dot' edu
(1) Data Tracking under Competition, with K. Bimpikis and D. Saban
Major revision at Operations Research
Extended abstract in the 22nd ACM Conference on Economics and Computation (EC '21)
Accepted for a Spotlight Presentation, INFORMS Revenue Management and Pricing Conference, 2021
(2) Information Disclosure and Promotion Policy Design for Platforms, with Y. Gur, G. Macnamara, and D. Saban. Management Science, forthcoming.
Extended abstract in the 17th Conference on Web and Internet Economics (WINE '21)
Accepted for a Spotlight Presentation, INFORMS Revenue Management and Pricing Conference, 2022
(3) A Characterization of the Random Arrival Rule for Bankruptcy Problems, with D. Dominguez. Economics Letters 174, January 2019.
Work in progress
(4) Design of Resale Platforms: Competition, Centralization and Search, with D. Saban, D. Singhvi and S. Singhvi
Accepted for presentation at the 7th Marketplace Innovation Workhop