Resources

Beisel, U., & Boete, C. (2013). The flying public health tool: genetically modified mosquitoes and malaria control. Science as Culture, 22(1), 38–60. 

Cholez, C., Trompette, P., Vinck, D., & Reverdy, T. (2012). Bridging Access to Electricity Through BOP Markets: Between Economic Equations and Political Configurations. Review of Policy Research, 29(6), 713–732. 

Cross, J. (2013). The 100th object: Solar lighting technology and humanitarian goods. Journal of Material Culture, 18(4), 367–387. 

Cross, J., & Street, A. (2009). Anthropology at the bottom of the pyramid. Anthropology Today, 25(4), 4–9.

Dolan, C., Johnstone-louis, M., & Scott, L. (2012). Shampoo , saris and SIM cards : seeking entrepreneurial futures at the bottom of the pyramid. Gender and Development, 20(1), 37–41.

Doron, A. (2012). Consumption, Technology and Adaptation: Care and Repair Economies of Mobile Phones in North India. Pacific Affairs, 85(3), 563–585.

Elyachar, J. (2012). Next Practices : Knowledge , Infrastructure , and Public Goods at the Bottom of the Pyramid. Public Culture, 24(1), 109–130.

Errington, F., Fujikura, T., & Gewertz, D. (2012). Instant Noodles as an Antifriction Device: Making the BOP with PPP in PNG. American Anthropologist, 114(1), 19–31. 

Foster, R. J. (2007). THE WORK OF THE NEW ECONOMY: Consumers, Brands, and Value Creation. Cultural Anthropology, 22(4), 707–731. 

Ilahiane, H., Hall, L., & Sherry, J. W. (2012). The Problematics of the “ Bottom of the Pyramid ” Approach to International Development: The Case of Micro-Entrepreneurs ’ Use of Mobile Phones in Morocco. Information Technologies and International Development, 8(1), 13–26.

McGoey, L. (2014). The philanthropic state: market–state hybrids in the philanthrocapitalist turn. Third World Quarterly, 35(1), 109–125. 

Moran-Thomas, A. (2013). Studying Unformed Objects: Integration, Fieldsights - Field Notes. Cultural Anthropology Online, http://www.culanth.org/fieldsights/365-studying-unformed-objects-integration

Nading, A. M. (2015). Chimeric globalism: Global health in the shadow of the dengue vaccine. American Ethnologist, 42(2), 356–370. 

Redfield, P. (2008). Vital mobility and the humanitarian kit. In A. Lakoff & S. Collier (Eds.), Biosecurity interventions: global health and security in question (pp. 147–171). New York: Colombia University Press. 

Redfield, P. (2012). Bioexpectations: Life Technologies as Humanitarian Goods. Public Culture, 24(1), 157–184.

Roy, A. (2012). Ethical Subjects: Market Rule in an Age of Poverty. Public Culture, 24(1 66), 105–108. 

Schwittay, A. (2009). Taking Prahalad High-Tech: The Emergence and Evolution of Global Corporate Citizenship in the IT Industry. JCC, 33, 97–108.

Schwittay, A. (2011). The Marketization of Poverty. Current Anthropology, 52(S3), S71–S82. 

Scott-Smith, T. (2013). The fetishism of humanitarian objects and the management of malnutrition in emergencies. Third World Quarterly, 34, 913–921. 

Scott-Smith, T. (2014). Control and Biopower in Contemporary Humanitarian Aid: The Case of Supplementary Feeding. Journal of Refugee Studies. 

Street, A. (2014). Food as pharma: marketing nutraceuticals to India’s rural poor. Critical Public Health, 25(3), 361–372. 

Thieme, T. (2014). Turning hustlers into entrepreneurs, and social needs into market demands: Corporate-community encounters in Nairobi, Kenya. Geoforum, 59, 228–239. 

Thieme, T. a., Bedi, H. P., & Vira, B. (2015). Geographies of corporate practice in development: Contested capitalism and encounters. Geoforum, 59, 215–218.