Areas of Expertise:
Technical Standards and Regulations, Asia
As a member of ITI's Global Policy team, Josh Rosenberg manages policy issues relating to technical standards and regulations and their global impact on information and communication technologies. Josh also staffs ITI's Asia Pacific Regulatory Network, which utilizes local ITI members in the region to help predict and respond to critical market access and regulatory issues.
Prior to joining ITI, Josh spent three years as a consultant at a public affairs consulting firm in Washington, specializing in technology and telecommunications policy. He has also worked as an economist at the National Institute of Standards and Technology's Advanced Technology Program and spent four years living and working in Japan.
Josh received his B.A. in political science from Tufts University and holds a Master's Degree in international business and policy from the University of California, San Diego.
Blog Posts by Joshua Rosenberg
Modi’s Return to the U.S.: Time to Get Down to Business (ITI, September 24, 2015)
This week India’s Prime Minister Modi comes to the United States. Unlike the Pope and China’s President Xi, the Prime Minister will not be spending time in Washington, D.C. Rather, he will devote much ...
Celebrating the Promise of Two Republics: U.S.–India Strengthen Ties (ITI, January 27, 2015)
President Obama has just wrapped up his state visit to India as the chief guest for Republic Day and there is renewed optimism about the relationship between the world’s two largest democracies. This is ...
India’s Proposed “Registration” Plan Is a Market Access Barrier (ITI, September 24, 2013)
This week, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh travels to Washington for meetings with President Obama and top Administration officials. Their primary topic: economic growth. But several key policies ...
Aligning Energy Efficiency in the Asia-Pacific and Beyond (ITI, July 19, 2012)
Experts from the APEC economies gathered in Seoul, Korea yesterday to convene a second conference intended to achieve alignment on mandatory energy efficiency regulations for personal computers. While ...