Keizer Karelplein 19, 6211 TC Maastricht, The Netherlands
Since 1995: (founding) international and managing editor of First Monday, a peer-reviewed journal covering Internet economics, law and technology.
Since 1999: jury member, Global Bangemann Challenge (now Stockholm Challenge Award), a prestigious prize awarded to IT projects with socio-economic impact by the mayor of Stockholm.
1999: founder member of the GII Internet Commerce Brain Trust.
1995–1999: editor, The Indian Techonomist, analytical newsletter on Indian media and communications targeted at a global audience.
1996–1999: analyst/newsletter contributor, Indian communication and media markets for US-based Paul Kagan Associates
1994–1995: writer of a widely distributed weekly column on Internet society, Electric Dreams
Since 1990: written widely, with over half a million words published in journals, newspapers and magazines worldwide, from PC Quest India to Wired Magazine, USA.
2000 onwards: initiated and led the FLOSS project and started a research focus on open source software
2008 onwards: heads the Collaborative Creativity Group at UNU-MERIT
hosh, Rishab Aiyer (ed.), 2005, Collaboration, Ownership and the Digital Economy, MIT Press, Cambridge
Peer-reviewed Journal Articles
Ghosh, Rishab Aiyer & Luc Soete, 2006, Information and Intellectual property: the global challenges, Industrial and Corporate Change, 15:6, pp. 919-935
Ghosh, Rishab Aiyer, 2003, A preliminary analysis of clustering and dependencies between open source developer communities, First Monday
Ghosh, Rishab Aiyer, 2003, Licence fees and GDP per capita: The case for open source in developing countries, First Monday, vol 8 no. 12
Ghosh, Rishab Aiyer, 2000, Orbiten Free Software Survey, First Monday, Volume 5, Number 7 – July 3rd 2000, http://www.firstmonday.org/issues/issue5_7/ghosh/
Ghosh, Rishab Aiyer, 1998, Cooking-pot Markets: an economic model for the trade in free goods and services on the Internet, First Monday, vol 3, issue 3, translated into French and German and reproduced in multiple versions in several books, journals and other publications
Ghosh, Rishab Aiyer, 1997, Economics is dead. Long live economics!, First Monday
Ghosh, Rishab Aiyer, 1997, Broadcasting reform in India, Cardozo Journal of International and Comparative Law, Yeshiva University New York
Ghosh, Rishab Aiyer, 1996, Network-centric is an oxymoron, First Monday