Jeremy Baskin "joined Cambridge Programme for Sustainability Leadership in 2005. He focuses on the relationship between the finance sector, corporate responsibility and sustainable development, and is also responsible for developing the Business and Poverty Leadership Programme. He was previously Head of Research at Ethical Investment Research Services, managing a global team providing information to investors on corporate responsibility and risk. He is also a specialist on labour markets and public policy and has worked in a number of emerging markets, especially South Africa. There he was a trade union leader and civil society activist and, post-apartheid, was responsible for guiding through labour market reforms as well as advising key ministries on public policy and public service reform. As well as his work with CPSL, he advises and conducts research on corporate responsibility for a range of clients including the London Stock Exchange and the OECD." 
Resources and articles
- People, Cambridge Programme for Sustainability Leadership, accessed February 28, 2010.