- Introduction to The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid, Revised and Updated 5th Anniversary Edition
- The Role of the Private Sector
- Who and What Is the Bottom of the Pyramid? What Have We Learned?
- Bottom of the Pyramid as a Business Opportunity
- Key Lessons from Experiments
- Business and the New Social Compact
- Democratizing Commerce: The Challenge for the 21st Century
C.K. Prahalad and Stuart Hart: The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid, strategy+ business, First Quarter, 2002.
Stu Hart and Ted London coined the term Base of the Pyramid to describe the same 4 billion poor. This is more intellectually appealing. In current debates, both terms—Bottom of the Pyramid and Base of the Pyramid—are used interchangeably. BOP stands for both formulations.
The Next 4 Billion: A study done by World Resources Institute and IFC.
C.K. Prahalad and Kenneth Lieberthal: The End of Corporate Imperialism, The Harvard Business Review, Harvard Business School Press, November, 2008.
Jeb Brugmann and C.K. Prahalad: Co-Creating Business’s New Social Compact, The Harvard Business Review, 2007.
Bill Gates: Address to the World Economic Forum, 2008.
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