Rishab Aiyer Ghosh
Rishab started “First Monday”, the most widely read peer-reviewed journal of the Internet, in 1995 with Ed Valauskas, Esther Dyson andVint Cerf. In 2000 he started the Collaborative Creativity Group at theUniversity of Maastricht, the Netherlands, the leading research group onthe economics of free/open source software, Wikipedia and other forms ofcollaborative innovation. Rishab has researched and published on howreputation works and motivates in online communities for over 12 years, collaborating with Stanford, Oxford, Cambridge & Tsinghua Universities, with grants from the US National Science Foundation and European Commission. Rishab is also a board member of the Open Source Initiative.