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Dr. Tom Gosling interviews Prof. Dan Puchniak, Professor of Law at Singapore Management University, on his recent paper "No Need for Asia to be Woke: Contextualizing Anglo-America’s 'Discovery' of Corporate Purpose".

Prof. Puchniak shares his thoughts on these key issues:

- How major Asian economies have already built their systems around corporate purpose. Is more corporate purpose a risk?

- Has China had the most stakeholder-orientated governance in the world?

- India has a healthy relationship with Corporate Purpose, but what could be it's best medicine for corruption and shareholder abuse?

- Singapore's unique combination of shareholder value maximisation with stakeholder orientation

- How context is everything when it comes to Asian Corporate Governance 

We hope you enjoy the conversation.

ECGI Conversations is a compelling interview series aimed at uncovering valuable insights, ideas, and perspectives from cutting-edge academic research.
Hosted by ECGI Executive Fellow, Dr. Tom Gosling, this series promises to bring forth engaging discussions with leading experts in the field.

The ECGI Conversation Series is part of the Responsible Capitalism initiative. 

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