Rajiv Vohra is the Ford Foundation Professor of Economics and former Dean of the Faculty at Brown University. After receiving his PhD from Johns Hopkins in 1983, he joined Brown as an assistant professor, became a full professor in 1989, and served as the dean from 2004 to 2011. Vohra’s work in economic theory ranges widely and continues to gain in influence and impact. He has written on general equilibrium theory, cooperative and non-cooperative game theory, and information economics and implementation theory. He has served on the editorial boards of the International Journal of Game Theory, the Journal of Mathematical Economics, and the Journal of Public Economic Theory. In 2013 he co-organized a conference in honor of Ali Khan.